Anthony L. DeLuca, Esq.

Anthony L. DeLuca, Esq., has over 30 years of experience sitting on boards of arbitration. Mr. DeLuca has extensive legal experience as an attorney engaged in general practice, including serving as a deputy district attorney in charge of administration.

Judicial Experience

April 1979 – Present
Have sat on numerous boards of arbitration as member and chairman over the years and rendered decisions based upon testimony and evidence presented at such hearings.

Keystone Hearings and Appeals, LLC
2010 – 2011
Authorized by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare to conduct and adjudicate Medicaid appeal hearings.

Cumberland Valley School District
2006 – 2009
School Director: participated in adjudication hearings involving the disciplining of students where the panel acted as fact finder.

Legal Experience

April 1979 – Present
Attorney: Engaged in general practice of law in Cumberland County, including real estate, bankruptcy, domestic relations, custody, wills and estates, and elder law issues.

Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
August 1987 – Present
Solicitor: responsible for the reviewing of the Agency’s contracts with vendors and the drafting and filing of petitions for emergency intervention under the Older Adults Protective Services Act and petitions for guardianship and the subsequent trials thereof.

Cumberland County Office of Aging
July 1985 – June 1987
Attorney: Provided legal services to the elderly of Cumberland County.

York County Office of Aging
July 1983 – June 1984
Attorney: Provided legal services to the elderly of York County.

Uhler and DeLuca
York, PA
January 1982 – September 1985
Attorney: Engaged in the general practice of law.

York County District Attorney’s Office
September 1978 – December 1981
Deputy District Attorney in charge of Administration: in charge of daily operations of busy District Attorney’s office including the scheduling of trials and attendance at preliminary hearings; attendance at pre-trial conferences; insuring that all courtrooms were busy so that the Commonwealth would not have cases dismissed under Rule 1100 of the Rules of Criminal Procedure; streamlining the procedures regarding the attendance of witnesses during the criminal trial term and facilitating guilty pleas before a designated judge during the criminal terms of court.

Assistant District Attorney: attended numerous preliminary hearings and tried approximately 30 misdemeanor and felony cases before juries and also tried summary conviction appeal cases.

Robert I. Deutsch, Esquire
Boston, MA
June 1967 – December 1968
Law Clerk

Other Experience

Cumberland Valley School District
2006 – 2009
Representative to the Capital Area Intermediate Unit (CAIU): attended monthly meetings dealing with issues involving special needs education, Capital Area School for the Arts (CASA); on search committee that selected the Executive Director; participated in vote authorizing the construction of Hill Top Academy for special needs children and the execution of lease at Strawberry Square in Harrisburg for new space for CASA. Vice President of School Board in 2008.
School Director: hundreds of votes taken on various issues involving the school district, including but not limited to policy issues, budgets, construction, personnel, and hiring process for new superintendent.

York College
January 1979 – June 1979
Instructor: Criminal Procedure.

Federal Bureau of Investigation
October 1969 – September 1978
Special Agent: broad experience conducting interviews in general criminal as well as white collar, political corruption, and organized crime investigations.

Mayor’s Office, City of Boston
Boston, MA
October 1968 – October 1969
Involved in housing matters.


Suffolk University Law School
Boston, MA
J.D., June 1969

Boston College
Newton, MA
B.S. in Business Administration, June 1966

Boston College High School
Boston, MA
High School Diploma, June 1962


  • Pennsylvania Bar

Admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit.


  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Cumberland County Bar Association
  • Champions for Children Foundation

2006 – Present

  • Boiling Springs Civic Association

1980 – Present
Current member and former president

  • Children’s Lake Endowment Trust

1987 – Present
Helped to establish the trust; charter member of the Board and co-chair

  • Sesquicentennial Committee for Boiling Springs

1993 – 1995

  • Cumberland County Inns of Court

Former member

  • Muscular Dystrophy Association

Central Pennsylvania Chapter
Former president

  • Boiling Springs Lions Club

Former president

  • White Rock Acres Civic Association

Former president

  • Boiling Springs Civic Association

Member and former president

  • Amelia S. Givin Library

Former president of Board of Trustees

  • Friends of Amelia S. Givin Library
  • Cumberland/Perry Counties Mental Health/Mental Retardation

Member and former chairman of the Board of Directors

  • Cumberland/Perry Counties Housing Initiatives, Inc.

Member and former chairman of the Board of Directors

  • Samaritan Fellowship

Participate in weekly panels to evaluate requests for financial assistance to be provided by the organization.

Additional Qualifications

  • 4-year involvement with others in the acquisition of Children’s Lake in Boiling Springs.

1983 – 1987

  • Participated with others in the restoration of the area around the lake and the planting of trees.

1992 – 1993

  • Involved in the formation of Foundry Day


  • Coordinated the Gazebo project at Children’s Lake