Steven Stone is an attorney in private practice in Montgomery County, PA. He has a wide range of experience in banking, finance and transactional matters, having served as an attorney in the banking department of White and Williams, LLP, as Vice President & Resident Counsel of Provident National Bank (now PNC Bank), as Vice President-General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of Blue Cross of Greater Philadelphia (now Independence Blue Cross), and as Senior Vice President & General Counsel of Advanta Mortgage Corp USA.
Steve is a honors graduate of both the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is a member, Trustee and Past President of Congregation Beth Or, Maple Glen, PA. Steve is also Chairman of the Upper Dublin Shade Tree Commission and a member of the Upper Dublin Open Space Advisory Group.
After Law School and military service as a Captain in the US Army Finance Corps, Steve moved to Center City, Philadelphia where he became a Director and President of the Washington Square West Project Area Committee, Director and Vice President of the Washington Square West Civic Association, Chair of the Seger Recreation Center Advisory Council, President of the Washington Square Homeowner’s Association, Secretary of the Washington Mews Condominium Council, a founder and Director of Washington Square West Parkers, Inc, Director of Philadelphia Citizens for Children & Youth, and a member of the Committee of Seventy.
Steve formerly served as Vice-Chair of the Upper Dublin Township Civil Service Commission, a Board Member of the Bux-Mont Jewish Federation and the Bux-Mont JCC WithOut Walls, and a member of the Upper Dublin School District’s Policy Review Committee. He has received a number of awards, including membership in the Order of the Coif (Honorary Legal Society), Omicron Delta Epsilon (Honorary Economics Society), and a Community Service Recognition Citation from the Philadelphia City Council. He is particularly proud of his selection as Man of the Year by Beth Or’s Brotherhood in 1999.
In December, 2013, Steve was appointed by Congregation Beth Or to serve as one of its two representatives to work with the newly-formed Business Loan Committee of the Hebrew Free Loan Society of Greater Philadelphia, in the oversight, management and administration of the initial and subsequent contributions from time to time made to the R&B Business Loan Fund. He is a resident of Upper Dublin Township.