Brenningmeyer is appointed by Trump to be veterans law judge

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David Brenningmeyer in his office in Washington, D.C. He was recently appointed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to be a veterans law judge.

David Brenningmeyer, son of Allen Brenningmeyer of Caseyville and the late Margie Brenningmeyer and the grandson of the late Louis and Dora Brenningmeyer and the late Edward and Gladys McBride, all of Metropolis, has been appointed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs with the approval of President Donald Trump to be a veterans law judge.

A veterans law judge acts with judicial independence and has full responsibility and authority to conduct hearings and issue binding decisions on behalf of the Secretary.

In 1993, Brenningmeyer obtained his law license from the University of Maine's School of Law, graduating summa cum laude.

He is a member of the bar association of the District of Columbia and the state of Maine Bar Association.

Brenningmeyer and his wife, Caryn, and their three sons live in Fairfax, Virginia.

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