R. Drummond Black
In The News
A graduate of Purdue University and the University of Michigan Law School, Drummond Black has been advising clients in the areas of estate planning, probate, elder law and real estate for almost 40 years. He began his legal career in Ann Arbor and moved to Midland in 1979. He has been, and remains, active in the community, having served as Mayor of Midland for 9 1/2 years, and on the boards of a number of community organizations.
When not advising clients or serving civic and charitable organizations, Drummond entertains two granddaughters and toils in the lawn and gardens surround his 1864 Victorian Home.
His past and present community and professional involvement includes:
- Mayor of the City of Midland (1996-2005)
- Midland City Council (1991-2005)
- MBS International Airport Commissioner (2001-2003)
- EPA Community Advisory Group for cleanup of the Saginaw and Tittabawassee Rivers (Co-Chair)
- Midland Rotary Club (Past President)
- Midland Rotary Foundation (President)
- Mid-Michigan Medical Center Institutional Review Board
- Midland Tomorrow, Board of Directors
- Great Lakes Bay, Regional Ambassador
- State Bar of Michigan (member of Sections on Probate and Estate Planning and Real Estate)
- Northeastern Michigan Estate Planning Council