Robert Klingensmith Obituary, Death – When it comes time to vote for district magisterial judge on May 16, voters in the Murrysville region will have a distinct option to choose from. Robert Klingensmith is a respected member of the Murrysville community who has lived there his entire life. He is also an attorney with a wealth of expertise. His clientele includes people seeking legal counsel in a variety of practice areas, including business, civil, criminal, and family law.
His beliefs are founded on the strong values that he was taught while growing up, including a dedication to faith, family, and community; achievement through hard work and personal responsibility; and being fair-minded in all aspects of life. Bob attended Penn State University following his graduation from Franklin Regional High School. He then spent the next 12 years working in the engineering field. After that, he earned a law degree from Duquesne University, where he graduated with honors in the year 2000.
Bob has been very involved in the extracurricular activities that his children have participated in at Franklin Regional School. He has been a coach, a booster, and a member of the parents advisory board for the school’s multiple sports teams. In addition to that, he joined the board of directors of the Franklin Township Municipal Sewage Authority, where he could put both his legal and wastewater engineering expertise to use. It is really difficult for me to think of anyone else in our town who would be a more appropriate candidate for the role of magisterial judge. Because of this, I intend to cast my vote for Robert Klingensmith, and I sincerely hope that you will do the same.