Hill Wallack LLP Partner Francis J. Sullivan, Honored by United Way Bucks County
Hill Wallack LLP Founding Partner of the Yardley, Pennsylvania office, Francis J. Sullivan, was honored for his dedicated service to United Way of Bucks County at their annual breakfast on May 3, 2019. Mr. Sullivan was chosen to be the 2019 recipient of the Paul Sauerbry Award.
The Paul Sauerbry award is given annually to a volunteer who, over an extended period of time, has demonstrated commitment to the community through innovative leadership, stimulus for volunteer action by others, courage to overcome obstacles, and dedication and creativity in the development of programs to meet community needs. The award honors Paul Sauerbry, President of United Way of Bucks County from 1964 to 1974.
Mr. Sullivan has been a long-time supporter of UW Bucks both as a leadership donor and Board Member. He has served as Secretary of the Board and has sat on both the Governance Committee and the Finance Committee. Mr. Sullivan is actively involved with other numerous charitable, civic and business organizations. He is a Vice President and member of the Board of Family Service Association of Bucks County, a member of the Executive Council of the Washington Crossing Council of the Boy Scouts of America, a member of the Board of the Central Bucks County Chamber of Commerce and a member of the House of Delegates for the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
In addition to being the partner-in-charge of the Pennsylvania Business & Commercial and Trusts & Estates practice groups, Mr. Sullivan is also a member of the Hill Wallack’s Management Committee. Counseling business owners and entrepreneurs on the stability, growth and protection of their enterprises is the principal focus of his practice. He provides advice, guidance and solutions to his clients on a multitude of issues that arise during the life cycle of their businesses, and assists them through the process of both the acquisition of new entities as well as the disposition of their own businesses, including the often complicated process of succession and estate planning.
Photo: Francis J. Sullivan and State Representative Perry Warren