Robert N. Reeves, Jr. Elected to Lincoln Institute Board

Member Group : Lincoln Institute

January 25, 2010
Contact: Lowman S. Henry
(717) 671-0776
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Robert N. Reeves, Jr. Elected to Lincoln Institute Board

(Harrisburg, PA) – The Lincoln Institute Board of Directors has elected Robert N. Reeves, Jr., President of E. Allen Reeves, Inc. to a seat on its board. Mr. Reeves was welcomed to the board by Lincoln Institute Chairman & CEO Lowman S. Henry who cited the new board member’s career in the business sector and activism on behalf of free market principles as "a perfect fit to carry forth the mission of the Lincoln Institute."

E. Allen Reeves, Inc. is a third-generation family-owned company established in 1918. A construction manager/general contractor based in Abington, the company does work in southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware. The firm’s primary focus is on private nonprofit organizations including ecclesiastical, educational, health care, clubs & museums, and high end residential clients.

Robert N. Reeves, Jr. is a graduate of William Penn Charter and Duke University. He and his wife, Jean, have been married for 33 years and together have three children: Robert III, 31; Jamie, 29; and Peter, 25.

Rob is involved in many organizations including the YMCA of Ambler; Former Board of Managers; National Federation of Independent Business Society for Marketing Professional Services; Mercer Museum Former Board of Trustees; Presby’s Inspired Life Board of Directors; Delaware Valley Green Building Council; Associated Builders and Contractors; Huntingdon Valley Country Club; Calvary Church of Souderton; Princeton Historical Society; Rotary Club of Jenkintown; Carpenter’s Company TPC at Jasna Polana; and the Club for Growth. He supports many additional charitable organizations.

Also serving on the Lincoln Institute’s Board of Directors are Chairman Lowman S. Henry, Vice Chairman Robert W, Keibler, Board Secretary Marsha Ord, Treasurer Frank Ryan, Doris Beaufait, Linda Gates, Joseph Geiger, Colin Hanna, Dr. Jake Haulk, Hilary Holste, Dr. Paul Kengor, Albert Paschall, Susan Staub and David Taylor.

The Lincoln Institute of Public Opinion Research, Inc. was founded in 1993 to promote the ideals of free market economics, individual liberty, and limited government through the conduct of public opinion research. Further, the Lincoln Institute is committed to the conduct of an extensive public information and educational program designed to foster federal and state public policy based upon these t4aditional American values.

Among the projects of the Lincoln Institute are public opinion research including polling and focus groups; production of the nationally-syndicated radio program, American Radio Journal (heard on 110 stations); production of the state issues radio program Lincoln Radio Journal (heard on 77 stations); and publication of four web sites:,, and