Kendra A. Mohr
Millersville University (Bachelor of Arts in Government and Political Affairs, 2002)
Penn State University, Dickinson School of Law (Juris Doctor, 2005)
Kendra has been a member of the Dauphin County Bar Association since 2005 and is a Pro Bono program participant.
She has been a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association since 2005 and has served on the PA Bar Association's Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL) Committee since 2012. Kendra served as the Vice Chair of the UPL Committee in 2013, and as Co-Chair from 2014-2017.
Kendra has been a member of the Rotary Club of Hershey since 2006. She has served as Program Chair, Director & Chair of Club Administration, Secretary, Treasurer, President-Elect, President (2012-2013), and Immediate Past President. She has served as an auction committee member since 2007. Kendra began another term on the Board of Directors in July 2016, as Chair of Charitable Allocations and Fundraising. She is a Paul Harris Fellow.
Kendra has been a member of the Conoy Township Zoning Hearing Board since 2011, serving as Vice Chair from 2013-2016, and as Chair since 2016. She was Conoy Township's citizen representative on the Northwest Lancaster County Regional Strategic Plan committee from 2007-2009.
She served as a Board Member of the Penn State Dauphin County Extension from 2013-2017.
Kendra began volunteering for Scouting in 2006 as the Scouting for Food Coordinator for Union Canal District. She then served as Chair of the District's Finance Committee, and later as District Chair. Kendra received the District Award of Merit in 2011 in recognition of her service to the Union Canal District.
Kendra served as an Executive Board member of the New Birth of Freedom Council, Boy Scouts of America (previously known as Keystone Area Council) from 2008-2016. She served on the Council's Finance Committee, Fund Development Committee, and as a table host for the annual Hershey Area Friends of Scouting breakfast fundraiser. Kendra received the Silver Beaver Award in 2016.
Kendra is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania, the Hummelstown Business and Professional Association, and the Middletown Area Historical Society.
She served as a member of the Advisory Council of the Middletown Area Red Cross from 2010-2012.
Kendra was recognized as a "Local Legal Leader" in the December 2016 issue of Harrisburg Magazine. The attorneys included in the "Local Legal Leader" listing are chosen for inclusion based on the nomination and vote of their peers in the field of law. Based on their personal knowledge, attorneys in the Harrisburg / Central Pennsylvania region were surveyed and asked to nominate other attorneys who they felt were deserving of recognition for their performance as an attorney. Kendra was honored to receive this recognition.
James Pannebaker retired from the practice of law in January 2014 after 52 years of practice.