Kenneth G. Potter, J.D.

Kenneth G. Potter, J.D. is a central Pennsylvania native and graduate of Shikellamy High School.  Ken completed his undergraduate work at Penn State University with degrees in Electrical Engineering as well as Environmental Engineering.  After college, he pursued an engineering career with Buchart Horne and Larson Design Group.  His engineering experience includes both construction management and project design for municipal and business clients.  After nine years in the engineering world, Ken started Law School at Widener University School of Law in Harrisburg where his academic success earned him a place on Law Review where he also served as Business/External Managing Editor.  While in law school, Ken clerked for the Honorable Charles Saylor in the Northumberland County Court of Common Pleas as well as the Northumberland County District Attorney’s Office.  Widener University School of Law honored his accomplishments with the Dean’s Award and magna cum laude status.

In 2002, Ken returned to central Pennsylvania to practice law joining the firm of Rudnitsky & Hackman, LLP and becoming a partner in 2013 with Rudnitsky Hackman & Potter LLP. At our firm, Ken is the lead attorney on elder law and nursing home planning matters, Veterans’ pension matters, bankruptcy, and business, fiduciary and commercial litigation. Ken is a 2005 graduate of Leadership Susquehanna Valley and formerly served on the Leadership Susquehanna Valley Board of Directors. Ken currently serves on the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.  Among his other community activities, Ken volunteers with the Danville T-Railers and is a charter member of the Shamokin Dam Sunrise Rotary Club.

Ken lives in Danville and is the father of three children and Duncan, a French bulldog, who regularly comes to work with him.  His past times include music and cars.

In 2015, Ken will begin the process of becoming a Certified Elder Law Attorney.