Marty Stoll Honored for Service to Community
March 8, 2017
Marty Stoll, attorney with Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, P.L.C., was honored at the 2017 Waypoint Tribute to Women of Achievement event.
Marty Stoll, attorney and senior vice president at Shuttleworth & Ingersoll, P.L.C., was recently honored at the Waypoint Tribute to Women of Achievement event for her achievement in service to the community. Marty’s practice focuses on real estate law, creditor rights, commercial litigation, and general business law. The luncheon, hosted by Waypoint Family Services of Cedar Rapids, took place on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Cedar Rapids Convention Complex. Marty is the 15th woman currently or previously affiliated with Shuttleworth & Ingersoll to be honored with this award since 1984.Marty has a passion for helping transform neighborhoods. As an attorney and avid volunteer, she has personally helped plan and implement numerous projects for the betterment of the community surrounding Cedar Rapids and projects around the world. Marty’s knowledge of the law involving real estate matters has allowed her to make meaningful contributions to many local nonprofit and governmental organizations. She has brought her expertise to leadership roles with organizations such as The Affordable Housing Network, the Tiny House Community Initiative, the Linn County Planning and Zoning Commission, the Cedar Rapids City Planning Commission, Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity, and Habitat for Humanity of Iowa, among many others. Marty has also contributed 450 professional hours of legal work to low-income clients in need of help through the Volunteer Lawyers Project.As an advocate for the betterment of neighborhoods and communities, Marty also participated in an international build project to help a community in need in El Salvador, sponsored by Habitat for Humanity in 2005.