Attorney at Law
Sara M. Wagers-Johnson. P.C.
Whitney J. Lake
Whitney is a Yuma County native. While completing her paralegal certificate, Whitney interned at the office and, after completing her training, began providing paralegal services to our clients.
Since that time, Whitney has become a crucial member of the office. She maintains the front of the office and will most likely greet you when you arrive. She is available to assist you when Sara is not and works diligently behind the scenes to bring your matter to successful completion.
Sara M. Wagers-Johnson, Attorney at Law
Sara grew up on a farm south of Brush, Colorado. Her family continues to farm there. She practiced in downtown Denver for a few years but she and Eric found themselves spending most of their time on the farm and wondering how they could make a living and raise a family in rural Colorado.
At a conference hosted by the Agriculture and Rural law Section of the Colorado Bar Association in 2003 Sara bumped into J. Curt Penny (then Kit Carson County Judge and attorney in Burlington, Colorado) who told her that Tom and Anne Callahan were looking to sell their historic office to an attorney before they retired. It was the opportunity we were waiting for! Within a week Sara met with the Callahans and in October 2003 began to practice at 312 Main Street Wray. She will never forget the sweet old lady who was her first client on October 1, 2003.
Sara has had the opportunity to practice with "city" lawyers and rub elbows with the state's judges and has realized that her true calling is here on Main Street in Wray - and other rural communities - helping people tackle their legal issues.
Needless to say, Sara holds agricultural and rural interests, and our community, close to heart. She thoroughly enjoys working with farm and ranch families, rural businesses and all of the other folks who make our community thrive.