Ebensburg attorney Sloan is seeking one of two open Cambria lawsuits

EBENSBURG, Pa. – Ebensburg-area attorney Timothy Sloan has announced his plans to become a judge in the Cambria County Court of Common Pleas.

Sloan worked in Cambria County for 35 years after graduating from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

He has operated the Sloan Law Office, PC, in Ebensburg for the past 25 years, and is a Guardian Ad Litem for Cambria County working to represent the best interests of children in court.

He also serves as counsel for the Department of Justice, the Revloc Fire Company and the Cambria Township Fire Company, which are said to be working to recover money. to the country he has called.

Sloan previously worked as a tennis coach for Central Cambria High School and is currently a member of the Ebensburg Rotary Club.

“Having the ability to bring families together through adoption, protect the happiness of a child, or help people find peace in difficult times, I have seen first hand the good that the Legal action taken for the people of Cambria County. . I believe that I have the experience, character and knowledge to serve the citizens of our community and I will always treat people and the law with the integrity and respect they deserve. I will handle each case with compassion, fairness and impartiality,” Sloan said of his experience.

He added that he feels that his experience can help in serving the district.

“I’m running for judge because I believe my experience and knowledge should be used to serve the people of Cambria County,” Sloan said.

Sloan said she is dedicated to representing Cambria County and is excited for the opportunity to continue serving.

“I have dedicated my career to protecting the integrity of the law and representing the people of Cambria County,” he said. “I am excited for the opportunity to continue serving the public as a Cambria County judge.”

Sloan, a registered Republican, is expected to file for the primary election.

He and his wife, Karen, have three grown children and one granddaughter and live in Ebensburg.

Katie Smolen is a reporter with the Tribune-Democrat. Follow him on Twitter @KSmolen1230.

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