Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer II, B.A., J.D.
Attorney and Past President
CGA Law Firm
Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer II is the past president of the CGA Law Firm based in York, Pennsylvania, and served in that role for ten years, 2013-22. The CGA Law Firm serves clients throughout South Central Pennsylvania.
He joined the CGA Law Firm in 1995 and provides counsel in a variety of areas including business entity formation, business and estate planning, personal matters, intellectual property, and real estate matters (residential and commercial purchases, sale, leases, financing, and settlements), among others. He started as a law clerk and then progressed to an associate attorney. After practicing with the firm for four years, he became a shareholder. He has served on nearly all of the firm’s committees including marketing, building, and executive. He has been in management for twenty years.
Early in his career, he was an adjunct professor at Penn State York, York College of Pennsylvania, and Duquesne University. Those teaching efforts subsided as he was growing his law practice and focused on managing the firm. In recent years, he has been doing more seminars, both in person and online. He is about to publish a book on Estate Planning and Administration called The S.M.A.R.T. Estate Plan.
Rehmeyer is a graduate of Penn State Dickinson Law, where he earned a juris doctorate and graduated cum laude. He is a member of the Woolsack Honor Society and was editor and author of the Dickinson Law Review. He also holds a bachelor of arts in economics from California State University at Long Beach and graduated with honors.
He began serving on the Penn State York Advisory Board in 2012 and works as a member and general counsel. Throughout his years on the board, he has provided guidance and support to help Penn State York move forward in the community. He has also been involved on the board serving on the Executive Committee and Community Engagement Advisory Group. Rehmeyer also works with the Graham Fellows Program for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Penn State York.
Rehmeyer’s Penn State connections do not stop there, two of his three children are graduates of the University, as well as his brother, aunt, and his wife’s uncle.
In addition to serving on the board at Penn State York, he has served in the community for several nonprofit entities, including many boards and foundations, as counsel or as a member.
In his spare time, Rehmeyer enjoys camping, hiking, motorcycle riding, pickleball, and traveling.
He resides in Jacobus, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Michele, and they recently celebrated their twenty-sixth wedding anniversary. They have three children, Derek, Collin, and Rachel.