Marianne Uthe

Marianne Uthe is responsible for managing accounts payable, accounts receivable, client billing, staffing and general office administration of the firm. Her focus is the efficiency and productivity of the office, so that the attorneys, paralegals and professionals can provide outstanding client support. In addition to her administrative responsibilities, Mrs. Uthe works with clients to ensure that they understand and can access the online tools provided by the firm.

As office manager, Mrs. Uthe is committed to the growth and expansion of Anthony J. Madonia & Associates, Ltd. as a leading law firm in Chicago. Prior experience as legal secretary, lending administrator, owning her own legal transcription business and acting as administrator for a family-owned contracting business has provided her with the knowledge and skills to manage day-to-day operations while constantly working to streamline efficiencies.

Her administration of the software used to coordinate client files allows her to assist clients in seamlessly accessing and updating information.

Mrs. Uthe lives in rural suburban Chicago with her husband and three young adult and teenage children. When not commuting to the city or managing family activities, she can be found reading or enjoying needlework crafting.


Mrs. Uthe studied Court and Convention reporting at Triton College, where she received the dictation and transcription training that ignited her desire to pursue a career in the legal industry.


Giving back to her community through the Manhattan Friendship Garden has been a passion of Mrs. Uthe’s since it was established in 2011. The Manhattan Friendship Garden is a non-profit focused on growing fresh vegetables in a three-acre garden which are donated to area food pantries and homeless shelters. She can be found on weekends assisting in the nurturing and harvesting of the produce grown so that the organization can provide education in growing and preserving fresh produce and giving to those in need by supplementing local food pantries.