Ambler lawyer swears into Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas

Ambler lawyer Daniel G. Ronca, 62, took an oath of office to the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas on Monday, January 8.

Ronca won the open judicial seat up in November, filling a vacancy left by the December 2022 retirement of Judge Gary S. Silow.

He is a graduate of Wissahickon High School and Temple University School of Law, and most recently was a partner with the law firm Sattin Ronca & Cornelison. Ronca previously served as a criminal prosecutor, as a civil litigation attorney, and as a family lawyer and routinely served as an arbitrator, mediator, and parenting coordinator in family law matters, The Reporter said.

“As I was thinking about this day, I could not help but view my joining this court in this place as a homecoming. I am coming home to the borough in which I was born. I am coming home to this fine courthouse where I first got a chance to see our judicial system in action,” Ronca said at his swearing-in ceremony.

“I want to thank those who came before me, my great-grandfather and great-grandmother, my grandfather and grandmother, my mother and father, none of whom are with us in body today, hopefully in spirit, but without whom I would not be here,” Ronca said.

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