Lance McClamroch

Lance McClamroch was born in Memphis, Missouri and his family moved to Kirksville when he was 8 years old. Lance attended the Kirksville R-III School District and graduated from Kirksville High School in 1999.

Lance attended undergraduate school at the University of Central Missouri where he graduated in 2003 with a degree in Business Management. Lance attended law school at Mizzou where he received several scholarships: William H. Sapp Scholarship, Curator’s Scholarship, Stephen L. Craft Memorial Scholarship and the Stemmons Family Scholarship. While at Mizzou Lance also received the Cali Excellence for the Future Award for Conflicts of Law and served as vice president for the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity. Lance obtained his law degree from Mizzou in 2007.

Lance has been a practicing attorney in Adair County since 2007. Lance primarily handles cases involving personal injury, criminal law, family law, juvenile law and general civil litigation. Lance was a 2014 nominee for the David J. Dixon appellate advocacy award having won three cases in the Missouri Court of Appeals. Lance is a member of the Missouri Bar and the Adair County Bar where he served as President in 2010.

Lance married Kimberly (Bair) McClamroch on June 22, 2013. They have one daughter together and enjoy their lives in Northeast Missouri.