George A. Mathewson | Lawyer (Retired)
George Mathewson is honored for professional longevity after working for more than three decades in law. He retired in 2004 from Banac and Mathewson, where he had served as counsel since 2002. He worked in a private practice from 1973 to 2002. He worked as a regional attorney for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation from 1972 to 1973. He has also been an attorney for the Office of Special Legal Assistants and a trial attorney at the Federal Trade Commission. In addition, Mr. Mathewson has taught at Onondaga Community College as an adjunct instructor in business law.
In addition to practicing law, Mr. Mathewson has published three books, “1984 Arrives in America,” “Hidden Agenda” and “A Boy Named Martin.” He has served on the board of directors of Southside Businessmen, Onondaga Hill Presbyterian Church and Steuben County Historical Society. He also was the director of the Manilus Chamber of Commerce and the Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival. He maintains affiliation with the New York State Bar Association and the Onondaga County Bar Association.