JOHN R. HOWLAND
Of Counsel, Attorney at Law
John R. Howland, an attorney since 1972, maintains an extensive real estate and business law practice, and also concentrates in estate planning and administration.
John has been extremely active with in the Bar Association, is a Past President of the Montgomery Bar Association, and is a member of the House of Delegates of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. John has also chaired several committees, including Insurance, General Practice, Nominating, and the Joint Committee of Lawyers and Realtors, a cooperative committee of the Bar Association and the Association of Realtors. He is the past Chairman of the Real Property Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association and a past Director of the Montgomery Bar Association. John is admitted to the Pennsylvania bar and is a recent past President of its Conference of County Bar Leaders (“CCBL”).
John has been just as active in civic organizations, including the Northeast Lions Club, where he is the recipient of the 45 Year Monarch Award and is a past President. He was one of the founding directors of the Lower Moreland Business Association, served on the Lower Moreland High School Advisory Council and served many years on the Huntingdon Valley Library Outing Committee. He coached and managed Little League teams for many years. He served two separate 5 year terms as Treasurer of the Roosevelt Racquet Club of Huntingdon Valley, and is a past president.
Currently, John serves as President of the Montgomery Child Advocacy Project (“MCAP”), a charitable organization that provides pro bono representation to victims and potential victims of child abuse in the Montgomery County Courts. John has worked as a pro bono volunteer advocate since MCAP operated as a committee of the Montgomery Bar Association, and was one of the founding officers when MCAP became an independent 501(c)(3) organization in 2004. He has remained an officer and director ever since.
He is a graduate of Lafayette College and Villanova Law School. John and his wife, Kathi, live in nearby Cheltenham. They have ten children, and soon, their 17th grandchild.
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John R. Howland