2022 Pro Bono Awards

Glen of Franklin County Receives PBA Pro Bono Award, Nov. 16, 2022
George Glen of Glen and Glen, Chambersburg, was presented with a PBA 2022 Pro Bono Award by David Trevaskis, PBA Pro Bono Coordinator, on Nov. 16 at the Franklin County Bar Association (FCBA) annual pro bono luncheon. Read the FCBA news release, which noted that Glen goes “above and beyond to serve those in need of legal services in the community through the contribution of his expertise and time on a pro bono basis.”
Pictured below: Brandon Copeland, Hon. Todd Sponseller, Victoria Beard, Carrie Bowmaster, Martha Ewan, Kari Ramsey, Deborah Dresser Neiderer, Tony Cosentino, Glen, Trevaskis, Rosita Methner, Gloria Keener and Michael McKeon

Solomon of Montgomery County Receives Pro Bono Award, Oct. 11, 2022
Don Solomon of Hatboro received a Pennsylvania Bar Association Pro Bono Award Oct. 11 for his service on behalf of Legal Aid of Southeastern Pa. (LASP) clients. The award presentation followed a Pro Bono Month breakfast reception hosted by the Montgomery Bar Association and CLE presented by David Keller Trevaskis, PBA Pro Bono Coordinator. Pictured below, from left: Cary B. Hall; Jennifer Gayle; Solomon; Jennifer Pierce, LASP Pro Bono Coordinator; Kathryn Palladino, LASP Staff Attorney & Montgomery County Pro Bono Coordinator; Trevaskis; Tim Knowles, Chair of the MBA Pro Bono, Access to Justice, and Community Service Committee; Shawn Boehringer, LASP Executive Director; Donald B. Cheetham, III, LASP Staff Attorney; Lisa Whalen, LASP Pottstown Managing Attorney & Interim Doylestown Managing Attorney; Denise Vicario, MBA Executive Director; and Megan Reinprecht, LASP Community Engagement Staff Attorney & Bucks County Pro Bono Coordinator.

Schoenfeld of Delaware County Receives Milkes Award, March 25, 2022

Lyn B. Schoenfeld of Schoenfeld Surkin Chupein & DeMis PC, Media, a past president of the Delaware County Bar Association (DCBA), was presented with the Samuel W. Milkes Award by PBA President Kathleen D. Wilkinson at the DCBA Annual Dinner on March 25, 2022.

PBA Past President Massey of Chester County Receives Milkes Award, March 11, 2022

PBA Past President Albert P. Massey Jr. of Lentz, Cantor & Massey Ltd., Malvern, was presented with the Samuel W. Milkes Award by PBA President Kathleen D. Wilkinson at the Chester County Bar Association (CCBA) President’s Dinner on March 11, 2022.

Pictured below, from left: Massey, PBA President Kathleen Wilkinson; CCBA Immediate Past President John K. Fiorillo and PBA Past President Thomas G. Wilkinson Jr.