Taylor M. Baublitz has joined the Board of The Parliament Arts Organization. The Parliament Arts Organization is a non-profit arts collective in the Royal Square District of Downtown York focused on empowering artists and transforming York through its gallery shows, events, and workshops to support artists.
Margaret “Mieke” Driscoll, Chair of the Firm’s Business Practice Group, has been named to the Powder Mill Foundation Board of Trustees. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the York Symphony Orchestra, the York County Community Foundation, and WITF, where she has been honored as an Emeritus.
Beth J. Kern was recognized at the York County Bar Association Annual Dinner for her contributions to the county pro bono program and received a York County Bar Foundation Pro Bono Award.
Christine E. Nentwig received the United Way of York County (UWYC)’s Distinguished Service Award at the annual Celebration event on March 23, 2023. This award is given to a leader in the community and within the UWYC network who demonstrates an overall commitment to the success of theUWYC mission and goes above and beyond through volunteering, advocating, and living a life of service. Christine has also been certified by Chief Judge Matthew W. Brann as a federal court mediator for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer has been selected to join the UPMC Memorial Hospital Advisory Board in Central Pennsylvania. UPMC has seven acute care hospitalswith 1,283 licensed beds, over 160 outpatient clinics and ancillary facilities,more than 2,900 physicians and allied health professionals, and approximately13,000 employees in Central Pennsylvania. It is a health care hub serving Dauphin,Cumberland, Perry, York, Lancaster, Lebanon, Juniata, Franklin, Adams and parts of Snyder counties. Jeff has also been appointed to The York Water Company Source Water Protection Plan Committee. The Committee involves community members who will collaborate with The York Water Company to implement the Source Water Protection Plan that was recently approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
Craig S. Sharnetzka was named to Central Penn Business Journal‘s 2023 Power List for Law. The Power List for Law recognizes “those who shape our communities and influence our quality of life through the legal foundations on which our society was built and depends upon.”
Lawrence V. Young has been elected Board President of Creative York and Council President of Christ Lutheran Church in Downtown York. Larry was also recently elected Vice President of the Spiritrust Lutheran Foundation Board. He was a guest lecturer at Dickinson Law School and Widener Law School, and will speak on various bankruptcy topics for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Pennsylvania Land Title Association, and the Middle District Bar Association. Larry is one of only 25 attorneys in Pennsylvania certified as a Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist by the American Board of Certification, and he has been certified for over twenty years.