John Kuhar is a family-run business that provides all types of general contracting, from concrete work to bricklaying, stucco work and block laying.
Mark has extensive experience representing manufacturers, service industries, municipalities and school districts. He possesses expertise in litigation, mediation and arbitration as well as appearing frequently before the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission and U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Early Life and Education
Early education is an integral component of a child’s growth and development, with long-lasting effects on their academic success as well as how well they contribute to society.
Children’s development is heavily influenced by many factors, including their home environment and educational experiences. Two of the most influential individuals for early childhood education are educators and parents.
Erikson’s psychosocial theory emphasizes the significance of parents and teachers in a child’s social emotional development throughout their lifetime. They must provide encouragement at each stage of development, creating an environment which nurtures each child’s unique traits.
John Kuhar is a partner at MacDonald Illig and specializes in labor and employment law. He assists employers with creating and maintaining employment policies, conducting workplace investigations, negotiating employment contracts and severance agreements, training supervisors on employment claims, as well as litigating any necessary claims.
He is also a member of the American Bar Association.
Throughout his high school career, he won three Rhode Island state singles championships and led Smithfield to two team titles. Additionally, he earned First Team All-State recognition in each of his four seasons with the Sentinels.
He was named Northeast Conference Player of the Year this spring, capping off one of Georgia’s most storied seasons in program history. In addition, he made history at the NCAA Tournament by becoming the first tennis player ever to win a set.
Achievements and Honors
Kuhar earned four Andy Chase Award wins during his remarkable college tennis career at Bryant University, culminating in him becoming the most successful tennis player in Bulldog history and representing Coach Ron Gendron’s program and the Northeast Conference at the NCAA Tournament as a doubles partner with Wilson Dong (Bradenton, FL).
Kuhar not only had an outstanding athletic career, but he also excelled academically as an NEC Scholar Athlete. At graduation he boasted an 87-31 singles record and 21-10 overall record.
Kuhar was honored for his remarkable success by Words Unlimited as the 2018 Rhode Island Male of the Year and earned NEC Player of the Year honors each of his final three seasons on court. Additionally, he became the first player in Northeast Conference history to achieve national rankings in singles and doubles.
John Kuhar was a man of the family at heart, and an immensely proud husband, father and grandfather. In his free time he enjoyed boating, swimming, bicycling, gardening as well as spending quality time with his wife and three children.
He was an avid reader with an inquisitive mind for theology and spirituality. Additionally, he was an ardent Catholic who regularly attended mass.
He was a former millwright for the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Union Local 600. A Navy veteran of World War II, he earned several awards including the American Theater and Asiatic Pacific Medal. However, it is his establishment of the John Kuhar Library and Learning Center at Ebensburg Police Department that will always be remembered by friends and colleagues for all that he accomplished throughout life.
John Kuhar is an executive at NYSE Amex Options. Prior to this role, he held positions at Bear Sterns and McKinsey & Company before joining NYSE Amex in 2010. As of 2019, his net worth stands at $7 million. When not at work, John enjoys rapping for charity organizations such as LLS, MitoAction and Travis Roy Foundation; additionally donating money back to his alma mater, University of London where he studied economics and finance.
He is a member of Foundation Capital’s Young Entrepreneur program and works on several projects for the charity. He has two children that he raises alone, plus he’s been married to Heather Karaman for ten years. With such an impressive net worth due to his successful career in restaurant management, it’s no surprise that his business ventures have flourished.