Dothan attorney Mike Gamble has passed away. Gamble was in Baldwin County when he became ill.
Gamble was once the co-host of "Beyond the Headlines" that aired on Sunday nights on WDHN. He and Ken Curtis would sit down with guests to talk about the top stories of the week. One of the hottest topics during the program's history was the development of County Crossing by Ronnie Gilley.
In addition, Gamble served as Law Clerk to the Supreme Court of Alabama in 1986 and 1987. He was an associate attorney with Cherry and Givens from 1987-1993. In 1993, he founded The Gamble Law Firm.
Gamble was also very involved in the Dothan community. He served as a member and former Vice President of The Downtown Group, president of the Dothan Area Botanical Gardens, member and supporter of the Multi-Cultural Study Club. He also help with the Tri States Community Orchestra, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America, Chrysalis Home for Girls and Boys Club of Dothan.
The Young Drug Company building, one of Dothan's more noticeable and historic landmarks, was acquired by Mike for renovation into office space. The building was originally completed in 1914, prior to the paving of Main Street. The community proudly referred to it as Dothan's Skyscraper. The Gamble Law Firm, occupied its newly refurbished building in June of 1994.