David H. Stone was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and has lived most of his life in New Cumberland. He graduated from Cedar Cliff High School in 1975, Princeton University in 1979, and New York Law School (Cum Laude) in 1983.He was admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in 1983. After a one year clerkship with James Crumlish, the President Judge of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, he joined his father in the general practice of law. Today, his practice focuses on real estate transactions, estate planning and administration, elder law, and small business matters. His career has been dedicated to helping people with real, everyday problems such as buying or refinancing a house, writing wills and powers of attorney, helping families with issues affecting the elderly, and helping executors handle estates. He has enjoyed working in a small, family-oriented firm. Many of his clients have been friends for years. Mr. Stone is the past President of the Estate Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania and Past President of the Chartier Club, a New Cumberland business association, past Vice-President of the Board of Trustees of the Harrisburg Academy, and past Chairman of the Business and Professional Group of the New Cumberland Olde Towne Association. Mr. Stone currently serves as Chair of the Real Estate, Estate and Elder Law Committee of the Cumberland County Bar Association.
Mr. Stone currently lives in New Cumberland with his wife, Lisa, a campaign finance report consultant. When not in the office, he can be found on the local tennis courts or waist deep in the Yellow Breeches Creek fly fishing. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Cumberland Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited and a member of the Yellow Breeches Anglers and Conservationists. He was recently elected to the New Cumberland Borough Council. He is the proud father of, Annie, director of sales for the tech start-up, BookBub in Boston, Sophie, operations manager for WTHN in New York City, Peter, a software engineer for AndCulture in Harrisburg as well as an accomplished musician, step-daughter Jennifer, an interior design consultant, and step-daughter, Sarah, a second grade school teacher currently at home with her children. Mr. Stone loves his role as “pop-pop” to his five grandchildren.