Linda Krontz Schuppener, born and raised in Palm Beach County, Florida, made her way to Atlanta, Georgia in 1973. She has been a resident of Douglas County since June 1976, and enjoys the small farm life. Linda earned her B.S. degree from Mercer University in 1996, with a major in Criminal Justice. Linda began her formal legal secretary career in 1984 after being hired by King & Spalding, a prestigious Atlanta law firm. In 1990, Linda was hired by Henry L. Bowden, Jr., then the Trusts & Estates team leader at King & Spalding. When he departed King & Spalding in 1995 to open The Bowden Law Firm, Linda accompanied him on this new journey. Mr. Bowden and Linda have worked together for over 30 years, and both understand the importance of being a team player in order to give our clients the best possible legal services.
Linda Krontz Schuppener has been a member, and past two-term President, of the Greater Atlanta Rose Society since 1999. She also supports the memberships of the Greater Gwinnett Rose Society and the South Metro Rose Society. The local societies are affiliated with the American Rose Society,whose mission is to promote the culture, preservation and appreciation of our national flower, the Rose. She has achieved the honor of Master Rosarian, which enables her to consult with individuals and communities regarding rose culture and rose gardening projects.
Linda also is a member of the Town and Country Garden Club, a local garden club located in Douglas County, Georgia, which is affiliated with the Garden Club of Georgia. Its mission is to provide educational programs, promote civic and environmental responsibility and participate in charitable and community beautification projects.