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Myron Hay Tomb Jr was born March 1, 1947 to Myron Sr and Gertrude M Tomb.  He graduated with a degree in economics from IUP in 1969 and obtained his Law Degree from the University of Pgh in 1972.  He was admitted to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in 1973 and the US Supreme Court in 1980.  


            Myron began his career at Tomb & Tomb.  In 1993 he formed Tomb, Mack & Kauffman which existed until Mr Joe Mack retired in 2006.  In 2019 he joined Aaron Ludwig to form Ludwig, Cawley & Tomb. 


            Through Mr Tomb’s career he served as Solicitor to many municipal clients: 


                                    Clymer Borough                                           1973-1981

                                    Indiana County Commissioners                   1984-1992

                                    Indiana County Industrial Development

                                    Authority                                                      1984-1992

                                    Wheatfield Water Authority                         1983-1994

                                    Highridge Water Authority                          1989-1994

                                    Indiana County Redevelopment Autho.       1977-1993

                                    Indiana Area School District                        1984-2006


            Myron has successfully litigated cases involving: Interference with business interests, forged documents, removal of Executors, Eminent Domaine and personal injury.  For many years Myron has focused his practice on Estate Planning and guiding clients through the complications of probating Estates. 


            Myron was nominated by Governor Casey and approved by the Senate to serve as a member of The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts in 1992.  He served under 5 administrations and was reappointed by Governor Ridge.  His tenure was one of the longest in Council history.  He served on the Executive Committee and as Chair of the Arts in Education Committee which created a statewide partnership of 14 local organizations to serve every corner of the State.  


            Myron has been honored to receive the following Awards: 


                        The Eberly Award for Volunteerism by PSSHE in 2002

                        IUP Distinguished Alumni Award in 2005

                        Pa Governor’s Award for Leadership & Service in the Arts in 2014


            From 1995 to 2021 Myron served as President of HA Goal, Inc, a natural gas drilling and production company.  He also served as Trustee of the HA Goal Charitable Remainder Trusts during the same period.


            Myron served in the US Army Infantry and retired with the rank of Captain.


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