After receiving an undergraduate degree from Bucknell University,
Bob earned a juris doctor degree cum laude in 1971 from Dickinson
School of Law where he won an award for most deserving student, was an
editor of the law review, won the school’s appellate moot court
competition, and with his teammate placed second in the country in the
national appellate moot court competition. Since graduating he has
clerked for the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and been in practice in
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, first with a large firm, and then in his own
practice since 1993.
Admitted to both the state and federal bars, Bob has practiced in
all areas of the law: civil, criminal, family court, orphans’ court,
and many appellate actions, all of which involved, among others,
divorces, corporations, real estate, personal injury, wills, family
planning, collections, taxes, contracts, and general litigation.
He has also been involved in community activities, and in the
Bucks County Bar Association where he served on the board of directors
and was chairman of many committees.
Married since 1977 to Mimi Naragon, he has a son and daughter,
and a grandson.
After 42 years of practice, Bob retired on June 1, 2013, but he
remains available as an independent consultant for the firm of Woosley
Naragon, which David Woosley founded with Bob’s gracious assistance upon Bob’s retirement.