Attorney Katshir received his B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law. He has over 30 years of legal experience and maintains a sole general practice of law with an emphasis on estate planning and estate administration. Mr Katshir has served in numerous capacities in both the Cumberland County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations including Chair of the Cumberland County Young Lawyers Division, member, Secretary and Vice President of the Cumberland County Bar Association Board of Directors, Chair of the Cumberland County Bar Foundation and Representative to the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates. In addition to practicing law, Attorney Katshir and his wife, Tracy, own and operate the West Shore Farmers Market in Lemoyne.
On January 27, 2022 at the Cumberland County Bar Association's Annual Meeting George B. Faller, Jr., Esquire was awarded the 2021 Past President's Award by newly elected President, Gregory J. Katshir.
On January 27, 2022 at the Cumberland County Bar Association's Annual Meeting, Peter J. Russo, Esquire was presented the CCBA Distinguished Member Award. The Distinguished Member Award goes to the CCBA member who life exemplies the qualities we most value and aspire to be in a colleague, a leader and a friend.
The Adopt-A-Family Program sponsored by the Cumberland County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section has been a great success for the past twelve years. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we were still able to bring some much-needed good cheer to our local community as we again teamed up with Safe Harbour, the Domestic Violence Shelter of Cumberland & Perry County and other organizations to provide holiday cheer to families residing in shelters, as well as those families unable to afford the holidays themselves. At the request of our local shelters, we provided gift cards for the residents to do their own holiday shopping instead of our traditional delivery of physical gifts. (pictured are the 2019 event)
On January 16, 2020 at the Cumberland County Bar Association's Annual Meeting, George F. Douglas, III Esquire was presented the CCBA George E. Hoffer Service to Youth Award by George B. Faller, Jr. Esquire and Hubert X. Gilroy, Esquire. This award is presented to a CCBA member who is committed to improving the ilves of young people. George F. Douglas, III has dedicated himself to encouraging youth to be active, responsible and positive in their school, work, community and family.
On January 16, 2020 at the Cumberland County Bar Association's Annual Meeting, David H. Stone, Esquire was presented the CCBA Stuart Award by Gerald J. Shekletski, Esquire. The Stuart Award was named in memory of George and Henry Stuart in recognition of their lifelong devotion, support and dedication to building and imporving our community. David H. Stone, Esquire has given time, energy and talents aimed at developing or securing educational, cultruals and social resources in the community at large.
John W. Frommer, Esquire was presented with the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Ernico Award at the Cumberland County Bar Association's Annual Meeting on January 16, 2020 for his many achievements for his pro bono efforts. The award was presented by Anne N. John, PBA President, David Trevaskis, PBA Pro Bono Coordinator, Paul D. Edger Managing Attorney for Mid Penn Legal Services and CCBA Pro Bono Coorindator, Shawna M. Staub.
HARRISBURG, PA -- At its regularly scheduled meeting held on October 7, 2019, the Judicial Conduct Board of Pennsylvania elected a new Chair and Vice-Chair. The Board unanimously elected Judge Elizabeth S. “Liesl” Beckley as Chair and Thomas J. Elliott, Esquire as ViceChair.
The Board acted to fill its vacant Chair, previously held by Judge P. Kevin Brobson who left the Board at the end of his term on August 31, 2019. Judge Beckley previously served as ViceChair. Mr. Elliott’s election filled the Vice-Chair vacancy created upon the election of Judge Beckley to the Chair. Mrs. Lisa Steindel continues as Secretary.
The twelve-member Judicial Conduct Board is an independent Board within the Judicial Branch of the Commonwealth’s government comprised of twelve Pennsylvania citizens: three judges, three lawyers and six non-lawyer electors. The Governor and the Supreme Court each appoint six of ...
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