Other Kemmy Attorneys Working In The Community
The Kemmy / Saldana families come from a longstanding tradition of service in Bexar County, both legal and otherwise, and we are proud of those who have gone before us. John Kemmy, Sr. (1924-2000), after receiving his law degree, served over 30 years in the FBI. Christopher Kemmy, (1953-2004), 29 years San Antonio Police Department as a Sergeant. John J. Saldana, Sr. (1920-2010), two Purple Hearts, and 45 years in the U.S. Postal service, with 15 years as the San Antonio's Postmaster. Steven Saldana (1950-2012), 15 years as president and CEO of Catholic Charities, San Antonio.
The family roots to the community and the Bexar County Courthouse run deep. The property upon which the Bexar County Courthouse sits and was owned by the Kemmy Brother's maternal ancestors at the turn of the nineteenth century (Maria Leal 1752-1806). Going even further back in history into the Saldana family lineage, maternal ancestor Juan Leal Goraz was one of the 16 founding families from the Canary Islands who settled San Antonio in 1731. Leal Goraz became the area's first alcade or mayor. (See Chabot, With Makers of San Antonio, p. 147-154)
The following family members are not affiliated with the Law Offices of Thomas G. Kemmy
Nick became licensed to practice law in Texas in 2011 after graduating from University of Texas at Austin and St. Mary's University School of Law. Nick began his legal career working as a contracts attorney at a local Oil & Gas firm, but decided trial work was more fitting. He started working as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting various criminal matters under the direction of Bexar Country District Attorney, Nicholas LaHood. Nick is currently working as a civil trial attorney handling various types of commercial litigation disputes.
Ben Kemmy became licensed to practice law in Texas in 2015 after graduating from University of Notre Dame and then University of Houston School of Law. Ben is currently working as an active trial lawyer at D. Miller & Associates in Houston, Texas. As one of the firm's litigation attorneys, Ben has seen recent success in taking high stake personal injury cases and auto accident cases to trial.
Jac Kemmy was licensed to practice law in Texas in 2014 after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, and then Loyola University of New Orleans, School of Law. Jac started his legal career at the Bexar County District Attorney's Office as an Assistant District Attorney. He is prosecuting various criminal matters under the direction of Bexar County District Attorney, Nicholas LaHood. Jac is currently a felony prosecutor in one of the Bexar County District Courts.
Danny Kemmy became licensed to practice law in Texas in 2015 after graduating from University of Texas at Austin, and then from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. Danny finished law school a semester early, and immediately started working as our office's staff attorney. As a trial lawyer, Danny currently handles many of our personal injury and car wreck cases. He has also started his own solo practice focusing on general civil litigation and personal injury.
Vanessa Hernandez Kemmy
Vanessa (married to Nick) became licensed to practice law in Texas in 2011 after graduating from Trinity University and St. Mary's University School of Law. Vanessa is currently employed by Frost Bank, in Frost Bank's Brokerage Services department. Vanessa too, comes from a family of San Antonio lawyers. Vanessa's father, Tom Hernandez, currently has a civil trial practice involving insurance and business litigation. Vanessa's grandfather, Mike Hernandez (1933-2014) practiced law in San Antonio for over 40 years and served as justice of the peace.