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Mitch Crane  

Mitch served six years as a Municipal Judge in Chester County

Mitch served six years as a Municipal Judge in Chester County, Pennsylvania and has been a practicing trial attorney since 1977. He also served 10 years as a member of the West Chester City Council, including two years as President.

Mitch is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity and a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation Board of Governors. He has served his fraternity as a chapter counselor, alumni board treasurer and president, and as a District Governor. He has been awarded the fraternity’s distinguished alumnus award, and the Frank J. Ruck Interfraternity Leadership Award. In August 2005, Mitch received Sigma Phi Epsilon’s highest award, The Order of The Golden Heart. Mitch has also chaired the Current Issues Committee of the Association of Fraternity Advisors, which deals with legal issues and risk management, and in December 2006, he was honored with AFA’s Distinguished Service Award.

In addition to an undergraduate degree in history, Mitch did his graduate work in psychology and holds a Juris doctorate from the Widener University School of Law. Mitch has taught English and Political Science at the high school level and civil litigation at the postgraduate level. He has delivered seminars on risk management, date rape, and hazing on more than 500 campuses coast to coast and at more than a dozen fraternity and sorority conventions.

Mitch retired from his law firm in the Spring of 2007 to serve to Delaware’s Insurance Commissioner as Regulatory Counsel and Director of Consumer Services and Investigations.

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