Legacy of Service Earns KCA Law Firm Small Business of the Year

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Keenan Ciccitto & Associates partners, from left, Rowan Keenan, Thomas M. Keenan, Lynn Fleisher, and Damien Brewster. Photo courtesy of KCA.

A deep-rooted community legacy and rich tradition of service have put Collegeville’s Keenan, Ciccitto & Associates (KCA) in the limelight of the Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce Star Awards as the Small Business of the Year.

From dedicated sponsorship of local events to generous service in the Knights of Columbus and Rotary Club to wholehearted support of Boy Scouts and St. Eleanor School fundraisers, KCA’s successful founding lawyers and faithful community servants Thomas M. Keenan and Joseph Ciccitto set the standard for today’s law firm of Keenan and fellow partners Rowan Keenan, Lynn Fleisher and Damien Brewster.

“We are rooted in this community, and we watch our clients go through life changes,” Fleisher said in a Reading Eagle report by David Johnson. “We are working with the children of clients as they grow, and we’ve become a generational provider.”

The KCA partners are also shaping Collegeville’s business future by leading the Collegeville Planning Council, Collegeville Borough Council, Trappe Today & Tomorrow and the Trappe Business Association.

“Individual partners at the firm donate personal time to improve environmental causes, educational efforts, health and wellness initiatives, and civic leadership,” Chamber Executive Director Renee Blomstrom said in the article. “KCA has been a member of the Perkiomen Valley Chamber for 30 years. Tom Keenan has served as our legal counsel since 1994. Their exceptional efforts truly make our community a better place to live, work and play.”

Click here to read more about KCA’s extensive influence in the Reading Eagle.

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