Dru is a native of Norfolk, Virginia. She moved to Goldsboro in 1980. She has worked at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., since 1999. Dru is a legal assistant to Borden Parker. She maintains juvenile files involving the Wayne and Greene County Department of Social Services. She is responsible for typing dictated orders of the court for Juvenile and Adult Protective Services. Dru also maintains Mr. Parker’s Greene County files in addition to assisting Mr. Parker. Dru attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Wayne Community College. Her hobbies include gardening, reading, cooking and fishing.
Pam Starling was born in Wayne County, North Carolina, and lived in Johnston County, North Carolina, until 1969. Since then, she has lived in Springfield, Missouri, Pomeroy, Ohio and Point Pleasant, West Virginia. She has three children and five grandchildren. Pam returned to Johnston County in 1985 and worked in Selma, North Carolina, for 22 years. She began working at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., in 2014 as the bookkeeper. She is responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable and attorney billing, and office management. Pam enjoys her work, playing the piano, sewing, churchwork, yardwork and most of all spending time with her family.
Carol W. Branch
Carol was born in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and moved to Goldsboro in 1980. Since 1993, she has worked as a litigation paralegal at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C. Serving as a paralegal for the litigation team, Carol drafts documents, prepares personal injury and workers’ compensation settlement packages, prepares exhibits, organizes attorneys for trial and manages the litigation cases. Carol received a B.A. degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a paralegal studies graduate certificate from Meredith College. Her hobbies include cycling, reading, and playing and listening to music.
Rebecca is a native of Goldsboro, North Carolina, and has worked at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., since 2003. She is currently a legal assistant to John C. Hine where she helps manage estates, prepares estate and trust accountings, maintains corporate documents and records, and assists in the preparation of income, estate and gift tax returns. After graduating from Charles B. Aycock High School in 2003, Rebecca received an associate degree from Wayne Community College. Her hobbies include reading, cooking with her husband and spending time with her three daughters.
Madison is a native of Seven Springs, North Carolina, and has worked at Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., since 2019. She is currently the receptionist where she answers the phones, greets clients, sets up files and schedules appointments. She is also a part-time legal assistant for Phil Baddour. Madison is responsible for drafting memos, correspondence, transcribing dictations, assisting with mediations and fills in wherever needed. Madison enjoys spending time outdoors, gardening, shopping, volunteering, and helping others, and most of all spending time with her family and friends.
Shari was born in Orlando, Florida and moved to Goldsboro, North Carolina in 2020. She joined Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., shortly after as a legal assistant to Mark J. Hale, Jr. where she helps manage estates, prepares estate and trust accountings, maintains corporate documents and records, and prepares wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other estate planning documents. Shari graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a concentration in editing, writing, and media. Shari enjoys watching movies, hosting dinners with friends, and attending any musical performance.
Jurney was born and raised in Goldsboro, NC where she still resides today. She began working at Baddour, Parker, Hine, and Hale, P.C. in 2020. She currently works as a legal assistant to Philip A. Baddour, Jr. Her responsibilities include assisting with Social Security disability cases by communicating with clients, filing appeals, gathering, and organizing medical evidence, updating client information, summarizing medical records, and preparing hearing materials for the attorney. She also assists Mr. Baddour with general civil litigation cases by drafting pleadings, discovery documents, and more. She earned an Associate of Arts degree at Wayne Community College and will graduate from Johnston Community College in May 2022 with a degree in Paralegal Technology. With her spare time, she enjoys making handmade pottery on the potter’s wheel, caring for houseplants, dining out, and spending time with her family.
Neicey Haynes was born in New Mexico grew up in Okinawa Japan and moved to Goldsboro in 1998. Neicey currently resides in Fremont, North Carolina with her parents. Neicey is the Paralegal Assistant to Borden Parker. In addition to her administrative duties, Neicey works closely with the child support office and county manager’s office. Neicey has a total of 20 years of Military Service in the United States Army and has 3 years active-duty time and remainder in the Army Reserves. A few of Neicey’s many job duties include preparing pleadings and working directly with the clients and other attorneys. She has an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from Wayne Community College and an Associates in Paralegal Studies from Wilson Community College. She is currently attending North Carolina Wesleyan for her Bachelors Degree with a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Neicey enjoys reading, writing, listening to music, and working out.