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JOHN A. MAHER


 

Sessions

Session Position District Party
1997 40 Republican
1998 40 Republican
1999 40 Republican
2000 40 Republican
2001 40 Republican
2002 40 Republican
2003 40 Republican
2004 40 Republican
2005 40 Republican
2006 40 Republican
2007 40 Republican
2008 40 Republican
2009 40 Republican
2010 40 Republican
2011 40 Republican
2012 40 Republican
2013 40 Republican
2014 40 Republican
2015 40 Republican
2016 40 Republican
2017 40 Republican
2018 40 Republican
 Counties   Allegheny, Washington

Biography

11/04/1958 -

MAHER, John A., III, a Representative from Allegheny and Washington Counties; born in New York City, New York County, NY, November 4, 1958; graduated, Carlisle High School; A.B., management science and accounting, Duke University; scholarship studies, Oxford University; fellowship studies, Australian Graduate School of Management; served, United States Navy; Certified Public Accountant (1983-present); founder, Maher Duessel; certified government financial manager; lecturer, International Symposium of Economic Crime, Cambridge University; guest instructor, Carnegie Mellon University, Heinz School; adjunct faculty member, Community College of Allegheny County; elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives as a Republican in a Special Election on September 9, 1997 and Sworn-In, September 22, 1997; reelected to the House to serve 10 more consecutive terms; appointed, Legislative Audit Advisory Commission (2005-2008; chair, 2007-2008); unsuccessful campaign, Pennsylvania Auditor General (2012); Commonwealth trustee, University of Pittsburgh (2014-2018); not a candidate for reelection to the House (2018).
 


Bibliography

Maher, John.  “The Housecall Makes a Comeback,” The Pennsylvania CPA Journal. Winter 1986.

Maher, John.  “Reporting on Solvency,” Mergers & Acquisitions Journal. September/October 1988.

Maher, John.  “Fair Cities,” The Economist. January 23, 1993.

Maher, John.  “Overview of Government Accounting,” Applying Government Accounting Principles. Matthew Bender & Co., July 1995.