Don Molosky grew up in the Metro Detroit area and attended the University of Detroit where he obtained a degree in finance. After graduation he worked for General Motors as a financial analyst before attending Wayne State University Law School. While in law school, Don clerked for a large Detroit law firm and the General Motors Corporate Tax Department. After graduation from law school in 1987, Don worked at a law firm focused on business transactions. In 1991, Don successfully established Molosky & Co. in downtown Mount Clemens, specializing in general business law, real estate and estate planning. In 1998, Molosky & Co. opened a second office in Petoskey. Molosky & Co. now maintains offices in Petoskey and downtown Harbor Springs. Don continues to specialize in business law with an additional amount of time representing the catastrophically injured. Don is married to Elizabeth Roach Molosky, and they have two college age sons – Donny, a first-year law student at Boston College, and Peter, a student at The Landing School (Boat Building) in Maine. Don resides in Harbor Springs.
“I am a firm believer in the humanities. With the omnipresent use of electronic devices, it is now more important than ever to be aware of your surroundings and people in the community/world. Celebrating a person’s artistic talent, without the use of any electronic device, a writing, drawing, painting, movie, etc., is a great form of communication. These human (organic, if you will) products created by a real life person can be enjoyed by many, forever. I am concerned that with electronic technology, people are becoming isolated with their individual electronic devices and are recoiling from society. CTAC gives someone a reason to think without electronics.”