What with Lancaster General’s new medical center opening last month, The Point’s grand opening last Sunday and Victory Brewing ramping up their 220,000 barrels-a-year capacity just west of town, even the most pessimistic observer would be hard pressed to disagree with the fact that 2013 has been a banner year for Parkesburg.
Nomadic Pie maker Molly Johnston is filling the air along First Avenue with the aroma of her savory pies and Quiches and for the first time in years all three store fronts once occupied by Parkesburg Country Store on Main Street are open for business.
Constable’s 30 year old, built-from-the-ground-up auto body shop, L.C. Auto Body, opened in new spacious digs along Route 30 in the Spring.
The Point, the organization he and his wife Susie started back in 2001 to look after the spiritual and educational well being of Parkesburg area children and young adults, moved into a brand new facility at the end of Main Street this week.
And just yesterday, Coatesville Savings Bank announced Mr. Constable, along with former Chester County District Attorney Joe Carroll, had been named to the bank’s Board of Trustees.
In naming Constable the bank identified him as the owner of L.C. Auto Body and noted Constables is “very active and involved with many church-related functions and ministry programs in our community.”
The full Coatesville Savings Bank press release is here.
Congratulations Larry! We appreciate your dedication and service to your family, business, church and extended community – in that order. Parkesburg is a better place thanks to your vision, passion, hard work and perseverance.