From its founding in 1904, Gawthrop Greenwood has upheld a rich tradition of giving back to our community, as well as supporting and becoming actively involved in the community and business organizations that mean so much to our clients and friends.

Kevin Holleran Elected Trustee Of Chester County Hospital Foundation

Kevin Holleran Elected Trustee of Chester County Hospital Foundation

Kevin Holleran, a partner with the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, has been elected as trustee of the Chester County Hospital Foundation. The Chester County Hospital Foundation raises and manages funds that provide healthcare to the local community through Chester County Hospital. This will be Holleran’s second consecutive term as…

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Garrison Keillor Hosted by Gawthrop Greenwood, PC

Gawthrop Greenwood was pleased to sponsor a reception for Garrison Keillor, during his appearance at West Chester University's Speaker Series September 30th. Described as one of the most prolific American storytellers of all time, Keillor is a writer and humorist best known for his popular live radio variety show, A Prairie…

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Mary Ann Plankinton Named To Board Of Hope Springs Equestrian Therapy

Mary Ann Plankinton Named to Board of Hope Springs Equestrian Therapy

Mary Ann Plankinton, a partner with the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, has been named to the board of directors of Hope Springs Equestrian Therapy, a nonprofit organization in Chester Springs, PA, that provides therapeutic horseback riding (also known as "equine-facilitated therapy"). Licensed in Delaware and Pennsylvania and with more…

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Gawthrop Greenwood Supports Alex’s Lemonade

Gawthrop Greenwood Supports Alex’s Lemonade

Gawthrop Greenwood's offices in downtown West Chester recently turned yellow to help fight childhood cancer. The firm opened a lemonade stand on East Gay Street on June 10th to help raise money for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, which helps fight childhood cancer. The Chester County Bar Foundation helps support the Alex’s Lemonade Stand…

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Fifth Annual Women’s Networking Event

Approximately sixty women from local businesses as well as the surrounding community gathered for Gawthrop Greenwood's Fifth Annual Women's Networking Event, held May 5th in the atrium of our downtown West Chester office. Among the attendees were (pictured L to R) Gawthrop Greenwood attorney Sandra Knapp, State Rep. Becky Corbin (PA),…

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Gawthrop Supports March For Babies

Gawthrop Supports March for Babies

When she was born six weeks early in February 2013, Jackie McKenna weighed only 5 lbs., 12 oz. She spent 24 days in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) at Paoli Hospital, learning to eat, breathe, swallow and digest nourishment. Grateful that their daughter received the care she needed to…

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Chester Co. Leadership Council Taps Jack Larkin, Jessica Wiesak to Help Support American Red Cross

The Chester County Leadership Council has named John E. D. Larkin its chairman and has welcomed Jessica K. Wiesak as a board member. Both Larkin and Wiesak are associate attorneys with Gawthrop Greenwood, PC. The Chester County Leadership Council is a group of local professionals who help raise funds and awareness…

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Patrick McKenna Expands Community Service

West Chester, PA – February 22, 2016 – Expanding his longstanding commitment to the Chester County community, Patrick McKenna, a partner with Gawthrop Greenwood, PC, has been elected Treasurer of the Chester County Bar Association for 2016. A member since 2002, he formerly served as Secretary, and is past Chair of the…

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Gawthrop Greenwood Employee Recognized for Work to Save Lives

West Chester, PA – December 1, 2015 – Gawthrop Greenwood’s Cathie O’Donnell is being recognized for her work to help prevent drug overdose deaths in Chester County through Project Naloxone. O’Donnell is an administrative assistant at Gawthrop Greenwood whose child died of a drug overdose two years ago. She is a…

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Gawthrop Greenwood Wears Purple for Preemies

The team at Gawthrop Greenwood wore purple for World Prematurity Day, raising funds for the March of Dimes and its campaign to reduce the number of premature births. According to the March of Dimes, premature death is the number one killer of babies. Gawthrop Greenwood is proud to pledge purple for preemies.

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