PARSE is a statewide organization covering state retirees and their beneficiaries, current state employees, and State Regulatory Agencies retirees. The association was established in 1973 and currently has thousands of members in 30 functioning chapters with many members residing throughout the United States.
“The association is organized and functions to unite all state retirees in order to advance and promote the interest of all state annuitants.” Ms. Friday commented. “And I am very pleased to provide legal counsel to PARSE on an array of fiscal matters.”
Tax and estate planning, non-profit organizations, and corporate and transactional matters are the primary practice areas of Ms. Friday. Her interests also include conservation and affordable housing issues.
A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Ms. Friday received her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware, where she served on the staff of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, received a Widener University faculty award scholarship, and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Delta Phi, Harrington Inn. Ms. Friday received her Masters of Law in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center.
Ms. Friday serves as Assistant Treasurer for the Junior League of Harrisburg and is co-chair of the Women’s Fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. She also volunteers as a pro bono guardian monitor for the Dauphin County Orphan’s Court.
Founded in 1871, Nauman, Smith, Shissler & Hall, LLP, is the oldest law firm in continuous existence in Harrisburg. For further information on this subject or about the firm, visit the Nauman Smith Web site at www.nssh.com or contact Suzanne S. Friday, Esq, at 717.236.3010, or, email@example.com For more information about the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees visit parseofpa.org.