He’s not 40 yet, not even close.
Anyone remember when he was named Pennsylvania’s Big Brother of the Year by the Big Brothers Big Sisters State Association? How about when he was elected Board President of the organization’s York and Adams Counties chapter? Or maybe when he helped to successfully litigate a major tax assessment appeal matter resulting in the establishment of a new law?
If any of these things ring a bell, then you can definitely understand why the Central Penn Business Journal selected the former teacher turned school law attorney to their 2017 list of the region’s top young business leaders. From professional excellence to business growth and community involvement, Gareth has certainly hit the mark when it comes to creating career success in Central PA.
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