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He previously served in the Family Law Section and is currently
assigned to the Civil Law Section.
Judge Angelos is a graduate of Upper Darby High School,
PMC Colleges, cum laude, and the Delaware Law School of
Widener University where he served as the vice-chairman of
the Moot Court Honor Society. He was admitted to the bar in
1978 and was engaged in the general practice of law. Prior to his
election he served as the Public Defender of Delaware County
from 2004.
Judge Angelos served as a member of the Thornbury
Township Board of Supervisors, the Thornbury Township Zoning
Board and the Thornbury Township Planning Commission.
He has served his community as the Vice President of his
church parish council in Upper Darby and Media, a charter
member of the Thermopylae Chapter of the Order of AHEPA,
the Scholarship Chairman of the Peloponnesian Society and a
member of the Lions Club of Western Delaware County.
About the Award: Donald J. Orlowsky became a judge of
this Judicial District at the young age of 40 in 1974. "As all too
often happens, this unusually scholarly young man served but
a pitifully short time as Judge before passing one year later, on
April 19, 1975. He was unique in many ways - an outstanding
lawyer, a highly respected Judge, a devout Catholic, a scholar
of church history and government, a devoted family man. It
was thought that his passing deprived this Judicial District of a
Judge with a potential for adding much in an academic way to its
Judicial history." From the History of the Delaware County Bar
Association, 1989, The Honorable John V. Diggins, Author.


to our colleague and
partner, Colleen
M. Neary, Esquire,
recipient of the 2017
Honorable Frank T.
Hazel Hall of Fame
Award. This award is
presented each year
at the Delaware
County Bench Bar
Conference to a member of
the Delaware County Bar Association
who fosters camaraderie, good will,
volunteerism, team play, selflessness,
enthusiasm and sportsmanship in the legal
field and who most closely exemplifies the
Honorable Frank T. Hazel, a great friend and
tireless supporter of the Bar Association.
A well-deserved honor!"
- The Law Firm of Sweeney & Neary, L.L.P.
(610) 892-7500

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The E. Wallace Chadwick Award is presented annually
at the Delaware County Bench Bar Conference to a member
of the Bar Association who has served the legal profession
in the furtherance of intraprofessional development,
communication and education. Congratulations to Arthur
T. Donato, Jr., Esq. Presented by Andrew J. D'Amico, Esq.,
Recipient, 2016... "Good Evening Honored Judges, Honored
Guests, Fellow Lawyers, Ladies and Gentlemen. I am here on
behalf of the greatest Bar Association in the country. I say that
because the Delaware County Bar Association is composed of
the greatest jurists, trial lawyers, lawyers of every specialty,
from criminal law through estates and trusts, from elder law
to copyrights, patents and trademarks - virtually law of every
kind. And, it is also comprised of the greatest administrative
staff, each dedicated, trustworthy and committed to the highest
ideals, including our Executive Director, Bill Baldwin, and his
entire staff, some of which are here with us tonight.
E. Wallace Chadwick (1884-1969) was a distinguished
member of the Delaware County Bar Association and wellrespected judge of the Court of Common Pleas. Born in Indiana,
his family moved to Chester when he was a young boy, and
he graduated from Chester High School in 1902, University of
Pennsylvania in 1906, and the University of Pennsylvania Law
School in 1910.
In honor of the Bar Association, each year we award
this special recognition known as the E. Wallace Chadwick
Award, to be given to a person whose dedication, integrity
and loyalty to the Bar Association most closely exemplifies E.
Wallace Chadwick's commitment to excellence, and that of
all Judges and lawyers, who work so closely together with our
Bar Association to serve the public, and to reflect our intrinsic
It is my privilege to present this award to one of my
colleagues, a fellow trial lawyer, who has given service to the
Delaware County Bar Association throughout his entire career
since 1980. Our recipient graduated with a Bachelor's Degree
in 1977 from Villanova University majoring in Economics
and was a graduate of the Delaware Law School of Widener
University in 1980. He went on to receive his Master in
Philosophy from Villanova University in 1990, concentrating
his writing in the world of ethics.
In addition to being a past recipient of The Honorable
Paul R. Sand Award in 2011, he has received The Nicholas D.


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