Two Firm Attorneys Running for Judge!

Two of our Attorneys are in the running for an impending vacant County Judge Seat in Lancaster County. Read on:

John F. Pyfer, Jr., Esquire
Occupation: Of counsel and founder at Pyfer, Straub, Gray & Farhat, P.C.
Education: Vanderbilt University School of Law (J.D.); Haverford College (B.A.)
Residence: Manor Township
Age: 71
Other: Pyfer is the only candidate who told the senators he is interested in serving just for the interim period before the 2019 election.

Christopher M. Patterson, Esquire
Occupation: Of counsel at Pfyer, Reese, Straub, Gray & Farhat, P.C., 2016 to present
Education: University of Baltimore (J.D.); University of Notre Dame (B.B.A.)
Residence: Manheim Township
Age: 65
Other: Patterson submitted his name to the Republican committee for the vacancies in 2017 and in 2010. In both cases, he was “recommended” by the bar association but withdrew his name from the committee before the endorsement. He has also served as chairman of the Manheim Township Republican committee for four years.

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