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Geoffrey Taylor Anders

Geoffrey Taylor Anders, American other: health services, lawyer. Certified Public Accountant Pennsylvania; bar: (Pennsylvania) 1978; certified professor business consultant. Named Outstanding Young Man of America, Kiwanis Club, 1982; scholar Academy scholar La Salle College, 1968-1971, senatorial scholar, Pennsylvania Legislature, 1976.


  • Anders, Geoffrey Taylor was born on October 30, 1950 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of W. Marshall and Edna L. Anders.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, LaSalle College, 1972. Juris Doctor, Temple University, 1978.


    • Bar: Pennsylvania 1978. Certified Public Accountant, Pennsylvania. Certified professor business consultant Senior auditor Arthur Young & Company, Philadelphia, 1971-1976.

      President, partner Beck and Anders Law Assocs., Inc., Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, 1977^. President, consultant The Health Care Group, Plymouth Meeting, 1977^. Guest lecturer U.Pa. Hospital, Pennsylvania, 1979-1983, University of California, 1982-1985, other university medical schools.

      Editorial consultant The Physician's Advisory, 1978^. Co-author: Medical Practice Buyins and Payouts, 1986, 2nd edit., 1992. Contributor articles to professional journals Academy scholar La Salle College, 1968-1971, senatorial scholar Pennsylvania Legislature, 1976.

      Named Outstanding Young Man of America, KiwanisClub, 1982.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Member of American Bar Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, National Health Lawyer's Association, Society Professional Business Consultant, Institute Certified Professional Business Consultant (trustee 1985-1987), Foundation For Education In Healthcare Management 1987-1990, Society Medical Dental Consultant (board directors 1984-1990, president 1988-1989), United States Chess Federation.


    • Married Dorian L. Strayer, May 22, 1971. Children: Geoffrey T., Jason C. Bachelor of Science, LaSalle College.
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    Born October 30, 1950
    (age 67)