QA: What talent would you most like to have?

RC: To sing. I can shatter a wine glass with this pitch.

QA: Where would you like to live?

RC: On the Delaware River, somewhere between New Hope and Riegelsville. I want to wake up every morning to the sound of the rushing water. There is no place more beautiful than Bucks County.

QA: What is the quality you most like in another person?

RC: Effort to help yourself. A personal willing to do the work to achieve their goals has become a rare quality in my opinion.

QA: Which living person do you most admire?

RC: Jimmy Carter. His legacy is perhaps one of the most inspiring of our time.

When I am in my 90’s, if I am blessed enough to live that long, I can only hope to emulate a fraction of his generosity and commitment to community.

QA: What is your motto? RC: It is what it is.

QA: What is your favorite and / or least favorite word?

RC: Least favorite words: Organically, Synergy, Strategic, and Innovative. When I hear these words, I cringe. If you are speaking about someone or something it’s already because it’s either organic, has synergy, is strategic, or innovative.... why use these words to describe it?

QA: What inspires you creatively, spiritually, or emotionally?

RC: Impulses. I’ve recently discovered that following my impulses lead me on amazing journeys. I mean every day little thoughts like, “I should take my

Since 1993, CAI recognizes excellence in the practice of community association law through the

College of Community Association Lawyers. The 152 active CCAL fellows distinguish themselves by advancing community association law for the betterment of the communities they serve.


 Promote high standards of professional and ethical responsibility in the practice of community association law;

 Cooperate with all groups impacted by community association law (organizations, government agencies, and businesses) to enact effective community association governance practices;

car for a good cleaning,” which led me to running into a dear old friend I haven’t spoken to in years. Had I not followed that silly impulse; we may not have ever reconnected. I believe God, the universe, whatever greater power that guides us, does so with the most subtle of hints.

QA: What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?

RC: Author. I have about 7 solid books inside my head that I want to put on paper and hopefully publish.

QA: If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?

RC: You made it, nice work down there!

Thanks, Robyn! We’re glad to have you a chapter member and volunteer!

 Assist in the development of community association educational materials and programming related to legal issues for use by other professionals and homeowners;

 Advance the professional development of CCAL fellows; and


Implement the goals and objectives of Community Associations Institute.

The Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter of CAI is proud to recognize the following CCAL Fellows:

Mr. Ronald B. Glazer, Esq., CCAL Mr. Marshal Granor, Esq., CCAL Mr. Edward Hoffman, Jr., Esq., CCAL Mr. Gary A. Krimstock, Esq., CCAL Mr. Samuel McNulty, Esq., CCAL Mr. Ronald L. Perl, Esq., CCAL Mr. Stefan Richter, Esq., CCAL, EBP Mr. Steven L. Sugarman, Esq., CCAL Mr. Carl N. Weiner, Esq., CCAL Mr. Alan Price Young, Esq., CCAL 29

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