Firm names 3rd President in its 23-year history.
Central PA (January 21, 2013) – Shareholders at CGA Law Firm of York have elected Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer, II as the firm’s third President in the firm’s 23-year history. As of January 1, 2013, Rehmeyer succeeds Sharon E. Myers who has been Managing Shareholder since 1996. Myers remains on the firm’s Executive Committee.
“Jeff is a visionary leader at CGA who possess the courage to embrace calculated risk to achieve success, the confidence to lead by example and the determination to make his visions a reality,” said former Managing Shareholder, Sharon Myers. “He is a true community advocate that strives for success both in the work place and out in the community. Jeff is an effective leader who will continue our focus on being accessible for our clients, professionals in our fields and leaders in our industry.”
“I am honored to accept the leadership position of President,” said Rehmeyer. “CGA has been one of the few firms based in York to grow steadily over the years by adding skilled and caring professionals to serve the many needs of our clients. I look forward to being a part of that continued advancement by focusing on ways to improve the efficiencies of our business, strengthening our professional services, and serving our community. This is an exciting time for CGA, and I’m pleased to have the trust of my fellow attorneys as we continue to evolve on our path of success.”
Rehmeyer has been with CGA Law Firm for 18 years and is a member of numerous legal professional organizations including the American Bar Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the York County Bar Association. In 2003, he created the firm’s Marketing Committee to differentiate the firm from its local competitors by embracing and communicating its unique qualities. Rehmeyer is also a founding member of the Building Committee, which led the firm in creating one of its greatest assets, the CGA Professional Center.
Rehmeyer provides legal counsel to businesses, municipalities, schools and individuals practicing in the areas of business and corporate law, real estate, municipal and school, intellectual property, and estate planning.
Rehmeyer grew up locally and attended Dallastown High School. Following graduation he traveled across the country to obtain his undergraduate degree from California State University at Long Beach where he graduated with honors. Five years later, Rehmeyer graduated from Dickinson School of Law, cum laude, and returned to his hometown where he has been actively involved as on-going counsel to Dallastown Dollars for Scholars Scholarship Program (DDFS), Dallastown chapter of Communities that Care (CTC) and is the founding member of the Dallastown Area Educational Foundation (DAEF) – three local not-for-profit organizations aimed directly at improving the quality of life and educational opportunities for Dallastown students.
In 2006, Rehmeyer was selected to receive the Forty Under 40 award on behalf of the Central Penn Business Journal. In that same year he was named to the list of Rising Star under the Pennsylvania SuperLawyers.