Cheryl T. Maimona



Cheryl Maimona retired as a partner from Pepple & Waggoner and currently serves as Of-Counsel. Mrs. Maimona represents school boards in special education, employee discipline matters, and general representation issues. After graduation from law school, she served as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, including First Assistant Prosecutor and Chief of the Civil Division for Logan County, and represented all of the Logan County school boards for several years. Prior to joining Pepple & Waggoner, Cheryl worked as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Summit County handling school and labor law matters. She also was a partner in the Logan County law firm of MacGillivray, O’Connor & Thorpe concurrent with her role as Assistant Prosecutor. During that time, she was also President of the Logan County Bar Association and was the solicitor for the Villages of Belle Center, Quincy, and West Mansfield, Ohio.

Mrs. Maimona is a member of the Rotary Club of Hudson Clocktower and Leadership Hudson.

Bar Admissions


Court Admissions

United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio
United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio
United States District Court, Northern District of Indiana
United States Supreme Court
Ohio local and state courts
State Courts of Ohio and Indiana

Professional & Civic Organizations/Activities

Ohio State Bar Association
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Akron Metropolitan Bar Association
Ohio Council of School Board Attorneys


J.D., Capital University Law School
B.A., cum laude, with distinction, Political Science, The Ohio State University

Selected Presentations & Published Works

“Are You Sure We Can Do That? Board and Administrative Ethics Issues”; School Law Update Seminar

“Special Education Update”; Northwest Ohio Regional Research Council/BASA


“Special Education Update”; School In-Service


“Effective Employee Investigations”; School Law Update Seminar

“Restraint, Seclusion, and Special Education Update”; BASA Seminar

“Documentation of Implementation of IEP and Other Documentation Requirements”; School District Inservice

“Discipline of Students with Disabilities”; School District Administrative Inservice


“Attacking the Autism Crisis – Strategies for Dealing with Autistic Students”; Special Education Seminar

“Get Me The Money – Student Tuition Issues”; OSBA Capital Conference


“Administrator Duty to Report!”; School Law Update Seminar

“Administrator Duty to Report!”; School Law Update Seminar

“Inclusion”; Special Education Seminar