Reilly Wolfson Attorney Retires

After 54 years practicing law, Fred Wolfson has retired from Lebanon-based law firm,
Reilly Wolfson, effective at the end of last year. “Fred has enjoyed a long and successful career serving
the Lebanon area, and the firm and his clients will miss him,” said partner, Loren A. Schrum.

Fred started at the firm in 1968, practicing in the areas of general business, real estate, healthcare, and
estate planning and administration. Born and raised in Lebanon, Fred served as First Assistant District
Attorney for Lebanon County from 1970 to 1978 and is a former Vice President and President of the
Lebanon County Bar Association. He has also served on bank boards as well as the boards of various
local nonprofit organizations.

“Fred has always been dedicated to his profession and his community. Everyone at Reilly Wolfson
congratulates Fred and wishes him well on his retirement,” said Loren.

For more than 80 years, Reilly Wolfson has served the legal needs of the Lebanon Valley. The firm has
six partners; Timothy D. Sheffey, Loren A. Schrum, Paul Bametzreider, Michelle R. Calvert, Colleen S.
Gallo and Corey M. Lamoureux, and two associates; Michael J. Light II and Megan Ryland Tanner. The
firm maintains an office in Lebanon at 1601 Cornwall Road.

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