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Harmon Samuel Spolan

Harmon Samuel Spolan, American lawyer, board member. Bar: Pennsylvania 1960. Named Man of Year, National Association Women Business Owners, 1978; recipient Brandeis award, Zionist Organization America, 1991, Torch of Liberty award, Anti-Defamation League, 1994, Outstanding Service award, South St. Headhouse District, Philadelphia, 1998, Community Leader award, Abrams Hebrew Academy, Yardley, Pennsylvania, 1999.


Spolan, Harmon Samuel was born on December 12, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Jay and Edythe (Greenberg) Spolan.


AB, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1957. Bachelor of Laws, Temple University, Philadelphia, 1959.


Partner Ravetz & Shuchman, Philadelphia, 1960-1968, Blair & Company, New York City, 1968-1972. Vice president Butcher & Singer, Philadelphia, 1972-1974. President Capital First Corporation, 1974-1975, State National Bank, Rockville, Maryland, 1975-1978.

President, chief operating officer Jefferson Bank, Philadelphia, 1977—1979. Senior member, chair finance services practice group Cozen O'Connor Professional Corporation, 1999—2007, counsel, chair charitable foundation, since 2007. Lecturer department legal studies Wharton School, University Pennsylvania, 1964—1968.

Board directors TRM Corporation, 2002—2008, Atlas Energy, Inc., 2006—2011, Coleman Cable, Inc., since 2007.


Board directors Young Men’s Hebrew Association, Philadelphia, 1978—1995. Chairman board directors Huntingdon Hospital, Willow Grove, 1982—1989. Member of American Bar Association, Philadelphia Bar Association.


Married Betty Jane Evnitz, March 30, 1958. Children: Michael, Suzanne.