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For Immediate Release
Lancaster, Pa. – Barley Snyder has announced a number of changes to some of its internal governance committees.
On the firm’s management committee, which is responsible for leadership of the firm and achievement of its long-range goals, partner Donald Geiter was reelected to his second two-year term on the committee, and partner Jennifer Craighead Carey was named to a two-year term on the committee, joining partners Salvatore Anastasi and Paul Minnich and managing partner Jeff Lobach.
Craighead Carey replaces partner Kimberly Decker, who finished two terms of service on the committee at the end of 2020.
“Our leadership team successfully guided us through what may have been the most challenging time in our firm’s 65-year history,” Lobach said. “We can’t thank them enough for all the work they did in 2020. Our leadership committees serve an important purpose in directing the short-term and long-term visions of Barley Snyder, and we’re confident that the new team will continue to be a strong, positive influence on the direction of the firm.”
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