Andy Reinhart is an attorney with offices in Mt. Lebanon, and he is a candidate for Commissioner in Mt. Lebanon’s 3rd Ward.
I sat down with Andy recently and got to know him better so I could share some of his work with you in this candidate profile.
Andy grew up in the South Hills, attended Baldwin HS and then the College at the University of Notre Dame. He received his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh and practices law here in Mt. Lebanon.
He’s been a Mt. Lebanon resident for nearly 13 years. His father, Jack Reinhart, was a pediatrician and child psychiatrist at Children’s Hospital and the University of Pittsburgh for more than thirty years. His parents raised six children with a strong work ethic, and the understanding that their kids have a responsibility to give back to the community.
Andy’s wife, Laura, is also a South Hills native who attended college and law school in Pittsburgh and is a partner in the law firm. They have three happy, healthy daughters – all in the Mt. Lebanon School district (Foster Elementary). They also belong to St. Anne’s Catholic Church.
By serving Mt. Lebanon as its 3rd Ward commissioner Andy’s goal is to have the opportunity to give back to a community that has meant so much to him and his family.
As Commissioner, Andy will use his experience in problem solving to make Mt. Lebanon a community in which people want to live and work; to continue the focus on maintaining and modernizing our infrastructure, providing unparalleled safety services (police, fire, emergency), and superior recreational opportunities.
Accomplishments & Acknowledgements
On a professional level, he’s proud to have been a founder of a law firm that continues to represent not only large corporations but also individuals and small businesses in Mt. Lebanon and throughout Pittsburgh.
Andy also serves on the Board of Directors for Mt. Lebanon’s own Center for Theater Arts.
Support Andy Reinhart
If you’d like to support Andy and his campaign for Mt. Lebanon Commissioner in the 3rd Ward, visit his website at www.AndyReinhart.com.
If you know Andy and would like to share a comment about him and his work with the residents of Mt. Lebanon, you can leave a reply at the end of this post.