Kimber Latsha graduated with Distinction from the Virginia Military Institute and then attended the University of Pittsburgh Law School. After graduating from law school, he entered active duty with the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal at the conclusion of his active service. Kimber then served for five years in the U.S. Army Reserve.
In private practice, Kimber has gained a national reputation as a leader in the field of health care law and has been recognized as one of the most accomplished attorneys in the field by the prestigious publication, The Best Lawyers in America. He founded the law firm of Latsha, Davis & McKenna, P.C. in 1994 and currently serves as its managing shareholder.
Kimber has served other charitable, church, civic and educational institutions as a Board member, including the Harrisburg Christian School and the Virginia Military Institute. He currently serves on the VMI Foundation Board and the Planning Commission of Lower Swatara Township He also has served on numerous short term mission trips with such organizations as Adventures in Missions, Global Aid Network, Crisis Response International and Impact Nations.
Kimber and his wife, Deborah, have three children and seven grandchildren, and they reside near Middletown, Pennsylvania.