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Debra Page Named a Top Woman in Finance by Finance & Commerce


Lindquist & Vennum LLP is pleased to announce that Debra Page, a partner in the firm’s real estate practice, has been selected by Finance & Commerce as one of Minnesota’s Top Women in Finance for 2014. The annual listing honors finance professionals and lawyers in the state who are making outstanding contributions in their professions and communities.

Page was recognized for her numerous successes in assisting commercial property owners and developers with real estate transactions, including development, leasing, financing, acquisition and sales, and governmental entitlements. Her clients include regional and national retailers, real estate developers, contractors, restaurant and hotel owners and operators, manufacturers, distributors and food processors. She has served as the long-time counsel to Sportsman’s Warehouse, as well as Total Wine, Bader Development, and Jerry’s Enterprises. Most notably, she has handled more than a billion dollars in financing transactions during the past 36-months. 

Page shares her time and talents with a broad range of non-profit organizations, as well as her colleagues at Lindquist. Her experience includes work with the Tubman Board, Northeast Senior Services Board, Edina Public Schools Committees, Mount Olivet Lutheran Church Council, and the Kenyon College Parent Advisory Council. Additionally, Page instituted Lindquist’s writing program for summer associates, developed the firm’s Professional Development Committee, was chair of the real estate practice group, and served on the firm’s Management Committee for many years.

“I am honored to join an esteemed group of Women in Finance,” said Page. “I am grateful to my colleagues, mentors and clients for providing me with challenging work and rewarding relationships. I am fortunate to have opportunities to work in my community and appreciate the breadth and depth of my days.”

Duff, Christine
Communications and Brand Manager

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