FredErick W. Coombs
Attorney Frederick W. Coombs has been engaged in the general practice of law in Chittenden County since 1979. Over the past 20 years he has primarily represented buyers, sellers, lenders and developers in commercial and residential real estate transactions. When not in the office, Fred can be found running, hiking, skiing, sailing or trying to play golf.
Marjorie L. Davis
Attorney Marjorie L. Davis began practicing law in Chittenden County, Vermont in 1984 and was a founding member of Coombs, Davis & McAllister (fka Coombs and Lissor) in 1992. She has focused on Real Estate for the past 17 years and previously practiced in both real estate and a variety of civil and criminal areas. A native of Connecticut, she spent 8 years in Boston prior to coming to Vermont and worked on asbestos litigation cases while in law school. She is a former member of the Town of Jericho Planning Commission and spent many years playing flute in the Williston Town Band. Her other interests include horseback riding, skiing, hiking, sailing and watercolor painting.
Terrie Bothfeld joined Coombs, Davis & McAllister in 2001 and has been involved in the legal field since graduating from Champlain College in 1977. For more than 25 years Terrie’s primary focus has been facilitating real estate closings with a heavy emphasis on client, realtor, lender and attorney coordination. Terrie grew up in Chittenden County, loves to tend to her numerous flower gardens and has always been an avid horsewoman.
Mary Black has been with Coombs, Davis & McAllister since April of 2010. For nine years prior to that, she was an Assistant Town Clerk in Stowe, and before that was a Real Estate Paralegal for a Lamoille County law firm for several years. She has been married to John for 28 years, and has three young adult children. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening, cooking, kayaking and/or snowshoeing.
Erin has recently joined our firm. Her job consists of many duties, including coordination and preparation of closings and drafting legal documentation. She is often the person you hear when you call the office. She recently moved back to Vermont after spending 16 years in Connecticut. She loves being back in this beautiful state and being so close to her family again.