Phillip’s family raised him with the ethos: “If you can do good, then you should.” Originally, he’s from a small town like Owensboro in northeastern Ohio called Alliance.
Both of his parents were factory steel workers and he was the last child, with five sisters and one brother (collective of several marriages). Page met his wife Thomika O’Bryan, an Owensboro native, the second week of classes at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, Florida and followed her back to Owensboro to get married, work, and start a new chapter of their lives together. He is a member of Good Shepard Church and VFW Post 696.
Page is an Eagle Scout, and earned his Bachelor and Master degrees from Youngstown State University. He served four years in active duty in the U.S. Army, including a 16-month deployment to Iraq. He was awarded the purple heart. After the military he concurrently taught at Youngstown State University for three years part time and worked as a security manager at Akron Children’s Hospital before continuing his pursuit of law at Florida Coastal.
Page passed the Kentucky Bar on his first attempt in the summer of 2015 and joined Caslin & Cecil in September 2016. Currently he is accepting new clients for criminal defense and family law.
Desiree joined our firm in September 2003 while attending Daymar College. She graduated June 2004 Magna Cum Laude with an associates degree in paralegal studies. Desiree's past work experience in a medical office is wonderful for clients at Caslin & Cecil; she understands medical terminology, tests, and records. Desiree is well versed on all types of law practiced at Caslin & Cecil and is always willing to assist clients with any question they may have regarding their claim. Desiree works diligently in preparing claims for litigation and once the claim is in litigation in gathering and submitting medical proof to insure the injuries are explained and well documented to the court for the best possible recovery. In addition, she is well versed with computers, which enables the firm to process, settle, and litigate claims quickly and efficiently.