Annual Dinner, June, 2017
“The Architecture of Lebanon’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church”, including its history and design in the context of the Victorian Gothic movement will be the topic of a photographic presentation by Robert Hoffman for the Friends of Cornwall Iron Furnace Annual Dinner at the Mt. Gretna Timbers Restaurant on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.
Hoffman, a Lebanon resident, has been an architect for over 30 years. He has also served as president and C.E.O. of a hospital and health services foundation. After a successful 13-year tenure with Lebanon’s Good Samaritan Hospital, managing 1,500 employees, he joined the Beers architectural firm in 1993 (later known as Beers and Hoffman, LTD). In addition to his first-hand expertise in the field of health care, Hoffman’s other areas of expertise include education, life care, religious, commercial and residential projects. His love of architectural design, attention to detail and sincere care for the individual permeates the design of every project in which he is involved.
An avid WWII memorabilia collector, Hoffman also enjoys volunteering in the community and has assisted many civic and charitable organizations in the successful pursuit of their goals.
Hoffman was valedictorian of his class at Lebanon High School and graduated magna cum laude from Yale University in 1968, where he was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. In 1973 he earned a Master of Architecture degree from Yale and continues to serve our local communities with distinction in that field.
The public is invited to the annual dinner, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Gretna Timbers. Tickets are $35 per person for the Timbers hot buffet, including tax and gratuity. Please call the Cornwall Iron Furnace at 717-272-9711 to reserve your tickets.
Cornwall Iron Furnace, State Historic Site located in Cornwall, PA
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