The Friends of Kreutz Creek Library are proud to announce their selection of Sean Clark, MBA, MRFC as the 2019 Honoree for the annual Honors Reception. Clark’s outstanding dedication to education, libraries, and the community will be recognized during a special ceremony and reception on Sunday, November 10 at 2 p.m. The public is invited to attend the event, which will be held at Historic Ashland in Wrightsville.
Sean Clark founded York Independents, Inc. in 2001 to help others access knowledge and strategies to help secure their financial future. Originally trained as an engineer, Sean says the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, awakened a desire in him to find a way to more closely help the people in his community. Because of this, he changed his focus to financial services.
Sean is a Master Registered Financial Consultant and an Investment Adviser Representative, as he has passed the Series 65 securities exam. He is also licensed in Pennsylvania for health and life insurance as well as annuities. He earned his Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering at Penn State University and his Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from American Public University. Clark also has completed graduate courses in financial markets at Yale University and is a Ph.D. candidate at University of the Cumberlands.
Sean is a lifelong resident of York County, Pennsylvania, where he and his wife, Annette, are raising their two daughters, Virginia and Callie. Sean is a drag racing fan, and York Independents sponsors the NHRA Leverage Racing Team. In his free time, he stays active with Rotary and Friends of Spring Garden. Sean and his family love to travel the United States in their RV.
The Kreutz Creek Honors ceremony will include commentary by guest speakers who will pay tribute to Mr. Clark. Among those speaking at the event will be Michael Kochenour, Founder and Chairman of York Traditions Bank; John Klinedinst, Chief Administrative Officer of C.S. Davidson, Inc.; and John Porter, Esq, an attorney with the Law Offices of Griffith, Lerman, Lutz & Scheib. A reception will follow their tributes.
Anyone interested in attending the November 10 celebration should RSVP online at donate.yorklibraries.org or by phoning Bridget Vigue at (717) 849-6979.
A key component of the Kreutz Creek Honors event is to raise funds. These funds continue providing valuable services and programs to the community. Contributions to the Honors Fund are welcome by donating securely online at http://donate.yorklibraries.org or by mail to the Kreutz Creek Honors, c/o York County Libraries, 159 East Market Street, York, PA 17401.
Kreutz Creek Library is located at 66 Walnut Springs Road in Hellam. It has been transforming lives and serving communities since 1979. It is a branch of York County Libraries,