TARA BUCK, Receptionist, was born and raised in Michigan.  She moved to Tucson in 2003 after several visits and fell in love with Arizona! Tara has a degree in Occupational Therapy Assisting from Grand Rapids Community College.  She has personal experience with disabilities having been blessed with a child with special needs and has gained a passion for families of disabilities.  She currently works with a local agency providing home health services to individuals with disabilities. Tara began working for Fleming & Curti, PLC February of 2020.  Prior to she worked at Family Life Radio for seven years serving the community. She is a proud mom to two amazing kids.  She loves spending time with her family and takes every opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy the beauty Arizona offers.

Photo by Tucson photographer Martha Lochert.

JESSICA LOPEZ, Receptionist, is a Tucson native. She worked at Tucson High Magnet School for 10 years before obtaining her Paralegal Certificate from the University of Arizona, Continuing and Professional Education in 2015. She has previous experience working in a law firm for 4 years before joining Fleming and Curti. When she is not greeting clients, answering phones or in her professional capacity at Fleming and Curti, she is enjoying time with her family.

JAMESON YORK, Systems Administrator, is a Southern California transplant who came to Tucson to be close to his girlfriend, now wife. Hired at Fleming & Curti primarily to take care of court filing and the like, he quickly proved essential to the continued smooth operation of office computers and systems. Appropriately enough for that background, Jameson’s personal interests run to computers, systems and online gaming.

Oh, wait. There’s more. Jameson and Robyn are also parents — of two perfect grandsons — Kieran and Thorin (their perfection is as judged by proud grandfather Robert Fleming).

JASON CLARK, Court Runner, joined Fleming & Curti in July 2012.  He was born and raised in Tucson, and attended University High.  He is currently a student at Pima Community College and soon will transfer to University of Arizona.  He is studying engineering with a minor in business. In his free time, Jason enjoys playing basketball.