Elected and appointed
Marilou E. Watson, a partner in the intellectual property practice at Fox Rothschild and co-chair of the firm’s diversity committee, was named to Temple University School of Pharmacy’s board of visitors.
As a member of the board, Watson will serve as an ambassador for the School of Pharmacy, providing advice and building bridges between the School of Pharmacy, corporations, organizations, individuals and the community.
Two attorneys from Gawthrop Greenwood were tapped to serve on area boards.
Stephen G. Rhoads was appointed to the board of trustees of the Mill at Anselma Preservation and Educational Trust Inc.
Leonard R. Olsen Jr. was appointed by the board of supervisors of West Pikeland Township as an alternate member to the township’s Zoning Hearing Board for a two-year term.
Adam Santucci, an attorney with McNees Wallace & Nurick, was elected to the board of directors for the Humane Society of Harrisburg Area.
He practices in the firm’s labor and employment group and represents public and private sector employers, providing advice and counseling on a range of labor and employment law issues.
Marc D. Jonas, the chief executive officer of Eastburn and Gray and co-chair of the firm’s land use and zoning practice group, was a faculty member at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 16th annual Real Estate Institute.
Jonas was a panelist in a session titled “Court-Ordered Stipulations in Land Use Litigation.”
Anthony T. Verwey, a partner at Unruh Turner Burke & Frees, was honored by the Board of Commissioners of Chester County with a citation for his service as a member of the Chester County Workforce Investment Board.
Over the past three years, Verwey has served as a member of the governance committee providing guidance and helping to transition the board into an active organization in the community.
The Washington County Chamber of Commerce publicly recognized and expressed gratitude toward Peacock Keller partner Susan Mondik Key for her many years of leadership and service.
Key supported the civic organization in a leadership capacity for six years.
Tracy Thomas Cadzow and Kathleen B. Murren joined SkarlatosZonarich.
Cadzow brings 18 years of experience with a focus on representing business and land owners in construction litigation and general business matters, along with land use, real estate and zoning issues and tax assessment appeals.
Murren brings experience in estate planning and administration and works with the firm’s estate and elder law teams.
Helen Han Mountain joined Lamb McErlane as a senior associate.
Mountain concentrates her practice on representing companies in corporate and business law counseling, as well as corporate and financing transactions.
PHOTO CAPTION: Widener University School of Law hosted a reception November 28 in the East Wing Rotunda of the Capitol Building in Harrisburg that celebrated its successes and the impacts being made by its alumni. Pictured, from left, are State Representative Peter J. Daley, D-Washington/Fayette ’93; State Senator Richard L. Alloway II, R-Franklin/Adams/York ’02; State Representative Bryan Cutler, R-Peach Bottom ’06; State Representative and Auditor General-Elect Eugene DePasquale, D-York ’02; Widener Law Dean Linda L. Ammons; State Representative Mark B. Cohen, D-Philadelphia ’93; and Pennsylvania Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi, R-Chester/Delaware. Pileggi is not an alumnus, but his district includes Chester, Pa., where Widener University’s main campus is located.