Jerry Slusky to be Inducted Into Central High School Hall of Fame
Omaha attorney and real estate developer Jerry Slusky is one of 10 alumni selected by the Central High School (CHS) Alumni Association (omahacentralalumni.com) to be inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame. The 20th Annual CHS Hall of Fame will be held on Thursday, October 4 at Central High School. The CHS Alumni Association held the inaugural Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 1999. Since that time, a ceremony has been held annually and a total of 188 people have been inducted.
A 1963 Central graduate with honors, Slusky graduated from UNO in 1966, and law degree cum laude from Creighton University in 1971. Slusky started the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Summit. Now after 29 annual meetings, the CRE Summit gathers 1,000 top business and real estate leaders in the region for a one day meeting in the spring.
Today, after 40 years of success, Slusky remains on the upward trek of his career peak, still building his land development company and running his law firm. Slusky is consistently seeking new clients for his growing real estate practice.
Jerry Slusky is a partner in Smith Slusky Law, L.L.P. Prior to that time, he had been a partner with the Omaha office of Kutak Rock. He serves local and regional clients in real estate, corporate, and related business matters. Slusky can be contacted at (402) 505-8100 / firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about Smith Slusky Law, L.L.P., visit www.smithslusky.com.