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Andrew J. Lewis, MBA, 29 Tradesman Drywall, Chief Operating Officer

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Being an entrepreneur and running a small business runs in Andrew J. Lewis’ family. He’s passionate about small business and has a goal to establish the midstate as a magnet for the small business community to grow and thrive. He remains motivated by faith, family and — professionally — by his employees, knowing every business decision he makes affects their careers and quality of life.

As a child, he wanted to be a lawyer, borrowing law books from a family friend. In Lewis’ career, he has found that working with small businesses propels his desire to improve society and those around him. For his first paying job, Lewis worked as a farm hand in Perry County, feeding cows, managing the chicken house and other odd jobs. This taught Lewis the value of hard work and gave him respect for local farmers. To this day, the experience inspires Lewis to admire Central Pennsylvania.

Andrew J. Lewis, MBA

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Chief Operating Officer
Tradesman Drywall
Harrisburg, Dauphin County

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