Tom Tupitza Honored With Louis. J. Tullio Community Service Award
Tom Tupitza, President of Knox Law, was honored at last night's 'Celebration of Excellence' event, hosted by the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership.
Tom received the Louis. J. Tullio Community Service Award, which is given annually to "an individual or organization with a legacy of commitment to going above and beyond on behalf of the Erie community. It recognizes those who have a demonstrated legacy of outstanding service using their abilities, resources, and energies to sustain the Erie community’s values, build on its needs, and promote its defined goals and visions."
Knox Law is proud of Tom's service to our community. He embodies our firm's mission - including to be a leader in our profession and the community - as well as our firm's values of integrity, excellence and community (among others).
Tom's current service to the community includes The Erie Community Foundation, United Way of Erie County, Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership, and Westminster College. He has also served the following organizations in the past: UPMC Hamot, the Erie City Mission, the Erie County Historical Society, VisitErie, Hamot Health Foundation, the Foundation for Erie's Public Schools, the Warner Theatre Preservation Trust, The Nonprofit Partnership, and others.
He has served as President of Knox Law since 2007. He advises clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors on finance, real estate, and governance matters.
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