Andrew Wecker joined Wright & Moore Law Co. LPA in December 2022, where he leads the property law practice and landowner advocacy. Rated AV pre-eminent by Martindale-Hubbell, in 2022, Columbus CEO magazine included Andy in its list of Best Lawyers in the category of real estate. Andy cares about homegrown prosperity in Ohio and the people who make, fix, raise & grow things. He works with them to find and finance the places to do what they do for the rest of us. He also works for landowners when they are approached by developers for easements and long-term land leases for cell towers and alternative energy projects.
Andy grew up in Medina County in Northeast Ohio, graduated from Ohio University in Southeast Ohio, and has lived and worked in both Northwest and Southwest Ohio before he settled down in Central Ohio with his wife Kendra. He graduated from the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. They have five children who have all been active in 4-H with lamb, poultry and rabbit projects, as well as serving other 4-H’ers in roles such as junior fair board member, camp counselor, life guard and registered nurse.
Andy was president of his local board of education when the community passed a bond issue to build and then start construction a new high school, stadium and elementary school. One of his proudest achievements was to keep a quality woodshop and drafting program in the high school to go with his school district’s strong FFA program. He belongs to the advisory council of the C. William Swank Program in Rural-Urban Policy at OSU’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, as well as the member advisory committee of Consolidated Cooperative, which provides electricity, fiber optic broad band and gas to its members.
When they are not at work, Andy and Kendra enjoy spending time with each other, their children and their friends, preferably outdoors at their place, on Alum Creek Reservoir or the west basin of Lake Erie, camping, boating, hiking, hunting, fishing, or gardening.