Dalton Cannon is one of the recent paralegals at Gravis Law in Richland. Mr. Cannon graduated high-school from Kiona-Benton High School in Benton City in 2012 at the same time he received his Associates Degree from Columbia Basin College. Mr. Cannon then left the country for nearly two years to serve a mission for his church in Santiago, Chile, where he became conversationally fluent in Spanish. After returning to the Sates, Mr. Cannon began to attend Central Washington University as part of the Law and Justice program. During his stay at CWU, Mr. Cannon would marry his high-school sweetheart, and following their graduation from CWU, both would move back to the Tri-Cities to begin working.
In the summer of 2015, Mr. Cannon began to work for Gravis Law as an intern, helping the growing firm cope with a backlog of case files and other miscellaneous tasks. Mr. Cannon would work on and off at Gravis Law whenever he would return from semesters at CWU, eventually Mr. Cannon was offered a full-time position as a paralegal with the office, where he now works.
Mr. Cannon plans to attend law school starting in 2018. Mr. Cannon often introduces himself as a geek with hobbies including playing videogames with his wife, getting together with friends to play Dungeons and Dragons, and reading Science-Fiction or Fantasy. Despite some of his hobbies, Mr. Cannon also enjoys back-packing and swimming, and is planning his next trip to finish summitting the mountains in Washington State.