Cooter Swanson is the father of Chase Swanson, an attorney in Marietta, Lindsey Swanson, a doctor of psychology in Atlanta, and Dansby Swanson, a baseball player for the Atlanta Braves, are Swanson’s three children. Swanson is married to Nancy Dansby Swanson.
Meet Dansby Swanson
James Dansby Swanson is a baseball shortstop who plays in Major League Baseball for the Atlanta Braves. In the 2015 MLB Draft, he was the first player picked by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Swanson was born in Kennesaw, Georgia, to two people who played sports at Troy University. As a child, he cheered for the Braves.
At Marietta High School, he participated in two sports and excelled in basketball, earning the moniker “Three-point Swanson”.
Swanson was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 38th round of the 2012 MLB Draft out of high school, but he decided not to sign, instead choosing to play college baseball with the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Due to injury, he missed the majority of his freshman season, but as Vanderbilt’s starting second baseman, he enjoyed a spectacular sophomore campaign.
Swanson proposed in December 2021 to Mallory Pugh, a player for the Chicago Red Stars and the United States women’s national soccer team.
Jace Peterson, a former teammate of Swanson, and Pugh’s brother-in-law introduced the couple, and they started dating in 2017.
Justin and Leonidas Dansby played in Minor League Baseball but never made it to the majors, making Swanson the first MLB player with “Dansby” in any part of his name.
James Dansby is Swanson’s mother’s maiden name, and Swanson is his first name.
He is the youngest of three children, and both of his older siblings participated in intercollegiate athletics: Lindsey played softball at Georgia College, while Chase played baseball for the Mercer Bears.
Meet Chase Swanson
Chase has lived all of his life in the Cobb County neighborhood. He attended Mercer University to study economics in college; he is originally from Marietta.
He majored in economics and received a commendation for his work in 2007. Chase attended the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer after receiving his BA degree.
He participated in a lot of on-campus organizations while in law school. Chase interned at Andrew W. Jones, P.C. throughout both of his summers of law school.
In August of 2010, he started working there full-time, and in 2015, he was made a partner at Jones & Swanson.
Chase takes great delight in continuing to be an involved member of a great community in addition to practicing law. He has been a devoted and active member of Marietta First Baptist Church, where he also holds the position of Deacon.
Additionally, he has held a number of positions within the Cobb County Bar Association. He previously held the positions of President-elect, Treasurer, and Secretary before taking the helm as President in the present.
He has also held positions as the Trial Lawyers Association Treasurer and Secretary, the Younger Lawyers Division President, and the Chairperson of the Sleighbells on the Square 5k Race since 2013.
He co-chaired the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s New Lawyers Division in just his second year of practice.
On October 9, 2010, Chase and Whitney Swanson were united in marriage. Along with their sons Tucker and Charlie, Whitney and Chase reside in Marietta, Georgia, close to the Kennesaw Mountain trails.
Chase was raised as a lifelong resident of Cobb County and attended Marietta First Baptist Church, where Whitney was also a member. In addition to serving on numerous church committees and service groups.
Meet Lindsey Swanson
Dr. Lindsey was born and reared in the Georgia city of Marietta. Lindsey Swanson was awarded a softball scholarship to Georgia College & State University.
She saw the importance of the mind to her own academic and athletic achievement and fell in love with the profession of psychology throughout her time there.
Dr. Schriefer obtained a master’s degree in professional counseling from Georgia State University after earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Georgia State University.
Dr. Schriefer got her Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from the University of Memphis in an effort to better comprehend the complexities of the mind.
Dr. Schriefer has worked with a wide range of individuals in a number of settings over the past decade, including college counseling centers, inpatient hospitals, and private practice.
Dr. Schriefer is devoted to helping people improve their performance in all facets of their lives, including academically, professionally, relationally, personally, creatively, and athletically.
She has specialized knowledge in athletic psychology. Dr. Schriefer has helped amateur and professional athletes in a variety of sports manage performance anxiety, improve communication with teammates and coaches, recover from injury, and deal with disappointment and failure.
Dr. Lindsey Schriefer lives with her husband, kid, and three dogs in Kennesaw. She is a devoted sports enthusiast with a special affinity for the Atlanta Braves.