Even in the face of intense adversity, Kory Stubblefield is a staunch supporter of his clients. That was evident in 2008, when he successfully argued on behalf of Gulfstream Bioflex Energy LLC – which sought to build an ethanol plant near Rogersville – at Missouri State University’s Plaster Student Union. The majority of some 750 people in attendance were adverse to his position. That experience gives him a leg up at his firm, where he oversees the day-to-day duties for a major collections client, including supervision of 10 employees and 500 active lawsuits.
What was your first job? A fireworks stand, working for former Hillcrest junior varsity basketball coach Frank Kukal.
What are you doing to make the Ozarks better? I am on the board of directors for Harmony House, the only domestic violence shelter in Springfield. The prevalence of domestic violence in Springfield and southwest Missouri is very high.
If you could have one superpower, what would it be? Accurate weather prediction.
Besides your family, what’s your most treasured possession? A 1953 model steam engine presented by the Frisco Railroad to my great-grandfather as a retirement gift.
What do you miss most about the 1990s? Being able to fly without having to go through multiple rounds of security.
What is your best productivity hack? Microsoft Outlook task list.