100 Men Who Care chapters are a burgeoning force in communities across the globe. After hearing about the 100 Women Who Care – Lancaster group, Jeff Guindon got a little jealous. Why should the women get to have all the fun? So, Jeff reached out to some friends to see if anyone would be interested in starting a men’s chapter. The response was amazing, and here we are!
100 Men Who Care – Lancaster!
Jeffrey R. Guindon is a Portfolio Manager with a local wealth management company. He he specializes in the creation, implementation, and trading of sophisticated portfolio strategies designed to help clients meet their unique needs and goals.
Jeff received his Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a national community service fraternity. He obtained his MBA from York College of Pennsylvania.
Jeff lives in East Hempfield Township with his wife and two boys. He is the Vice President of the Landisville Primary Center PTO and is past president of the Susquehanna Sustainable Business Network. He is an avid reader and loves to travel.
Gregory H. Rutter, II is a financial advisor on the JKG Group with Morgan Stanley. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley Greg spent time as a manager in the hospitality industry and pursued some entrepreneurial ventures- including opening a brew pub outside of Philadelphia and working as a freelance screenwriter in Los Angeles.
Greg attended Manheim Township High School and attended Cornell University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Government and History, with a focus on U.S. governmental institutions and American history from 1750-1900. While at Cornell, he joined the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity, serving as House Manager in the year 2000.
Greg has been married to his wife, Christyn, for five years. They have a daughter, Ella, and a son, Greg III. They also have two cats. Greg is active in the Cornell Alumni Association of Lancaster, the Manheim Township Historical Society, the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce, and Lancaster Young Professionals. He is also a supporter of the Humane League of Lancaster and VisionCorps.
Corey Pickel is a Certified Personal Trainer with an entrepreneurial mindset. He owns his own private personal training company, 7ONE7 Training Systems which located in Lancaster. Corey also runs a very successful health & wealth coaching home-based business.
This husband and father of three, loves inspiring and helping other people see that they can reach their biggest goals and become better versions of themselves.
“There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing someone believe in themselves and change their lives for the better.”
His experience with his home-based business easily let him grasp the concept of leveraging other people to ultimately reach a common goal. That’s why he fell in love with the idea of 100 Men Who Care.
Corey has been a resident of Lancaster County his whole life. Growing up, his family fell on the low end of what household incomes bring in annually. He understands the difficulties and the stress that lack of finances can bring to a family and a community.
Through hard work and determination, he has been able to become his own boss. His passion for helping others both physically and financially is exciting and rewarding to him. Corey believes that 100 Men Who Care is a perfect vehicle to lock arms with like-minded people and create some serious change within our community by simply offering a little time and a little money to make major differences in the lives of many, as well as Lancaster itself.
After Matthew was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1999, he served as a judicial law clerk with the Honorable Michael J. Perezous in the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas. He then broadened his experience as an Assistant Counsel for the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and as an Assistant District Attorney in Lancaster County.
Matt obtained his J.D. in 1999 from the Villanova University School of Law, where he also received an LL.M. in taxation in 2001. He had previously received a B.A. in Political Science magna cum laude from the Pennsylvania State University in 1995.
Matt resides in Manheim Township with his two children. He is a Preferred Consultant for the Nonprofit Resource Network and is an active member of the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations. He is also happy to serve as a member of the board of directors for Excentia (formerly PAI Corporation) and the Building Industry Association of Lancaster County.
Dave Walker is a an Education Law Attorney at Barley Snyder located in Lancaster, Pa. David focuses his practice on the unique legal needs confronting educational agencies throughout Pennsylvania, including school districts, intermediate units and career and technology centers. As a school solicitor, David supports educational agencies in all areas of general school law. Prior to attending law school, David was an eighth grade special education teacher in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
David received his Bachelor’s degree from the West Chester University of Pennsylvania, and earned his law degree from Widener University Delaware Law School in Wilmington, DE, where he was an Associate Editor of the Widener Law Review.
David is a 2014 graduate of the Leadership Lancaster Core Class program, and remains actively involved with Leadership Lancaster’s ACHIEVE Committee. David is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra and the Musser Park Civic Association.
William Applegate is a subject matter expert in the fields of eDiscovery, Child Crimes, Digital Forensics and Law Enforcement. Bill recently retired from Law Enforcement after over 22 years of service and currently is an instructor for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Legal Education Board.
Prior to entering Law Enforcement, Bill and his father owned and operated Apple Alarm Company, Inc., their own security firm. After attending Temple University, Bill spent time working undercover narcotics, uniformed Patrol before being promoted to Detective and then Special Agent. He was a member of the first Bike Patrol Unit in Delaware County. Bill is most proud of his pioneering work investigating and preventing online crimes against children and was one of two Detectives whose work enabled Pennsylvania to be awarded the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Grant from the US Department of Justice.
Bill resides in East Hempfield Township with his son, who is also an active community volunteer. Bill volunteers and supports the Humane League of Lancaster, CASA, Lancaster Young Professionals, Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center, and is active in numerous community organizations.
Jason Asbell is a trial lawyer who represents businesses and individuals in commercial litigation, student disciplinary matters, criminal defense, white-collar criminal defense and professional licensing matters. Jason represents clients in state and federal court in trials and appeals.
In his civil litigation practice, Jason regularly represents individuals and businesses in contract disputes and trade secret matters. Jason also represents students who have been accused of misconduct. In his criminal law and professional licensing practice, Jason counsels individuals and businesses in response to government subpoenas and investigations and represents clients at trial and before administrative hearing boards. He has also been selected to the Criminal Justice Act Panel for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Prior to entering private practice Jason served as an assistant district attorney, where he tried numerous jury and bench trials.
Jason lives in Lancaster with his wife and three children. He serves on the board of directors of the United Disabilities Services Foundation.
Lucas Stacey is a Business Development Executive with Quantum Dynamix. He loves to work with his clients to find ways to innovate and help establish their footprint in the ever-changing digital world. A key focus is placed on being a partner to his clients and curating a relationship with their audience to help drive sales and generate leads.
Lucas is a resident of Lancaster City and is proud to be a part of the vibrant and thriving community. On weekends you can find him slinging facts and tasting samples as a tour guide at local distillery, Thistle Finch. If you see Lucas at Lancaster Central Market or sitting on his front porch with a cigar, be sure to stop him and say hello!