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McCarthy Tire's New Corporate Attorney Is a Fourth-Generation McCarthy

Posted on February 21, 2017
Colleen Horn Doyle has joined the ranks of the McCarthy family's fourth generation as McCarthy Tire's corporate attorney.
Colleen Horn Doyle has joined the ranks of the McCarthy family's fourth generation as McCarthy Tire's corporate attorney.

Colleen Horn Doyle, a fourth-generation member of the McCarthy family, is the new corporate attorney for McCarthy Tire Service Inc.

She will direct the company’s legal department. Doyle will report to company president, John McCarthy Jr., and she will practice out of the corporate office in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

“We are very pleased to welcome Colleen to McCarthy Tire Service,” says McCarthy. “As both a family member and a corporate lawyer, she is a great asset for our company as we look to the future and continue to grow.”

Horn Doyle is the daughter of Mary Ellen McCarthy Horn, the daughter of John “Jack” McCarthy and one of the three company owners, and Neil Horn, company vice president.

Five other members of the McCarthy family’s fourth generation have joined the business in the last five years: Gary Lambert Jr., regional operations manager; Mary Kate Lambert, human resources generalist; Daniel Horn, regional sales manager; and John McCarthy III, commercial sales representative.

Prior to joining McCarthy Tire, Doyle specialized in community litigation with the law firm of Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald in Wilkes-Barre. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law in Villanova, Pa. She also received her undergraduate degree in accounting from Villanova.

Doyle serves on the boards of directors for the Children’s Service Center in Wilkes-Barre and for the Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity in Kingston, Pa., as well as volunteering for several other community organizations. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Luzerne County Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.

Founded in 1926, McCarthy Tire serves the commercial, industrial, off-the-road (OTR), intermodal, and retail sectors of the transportation industry. The company operates more than 50 locations along the East Coast, including eight Bandag retread plants. It offers tire sales and service, fleet services, heavy duty truck mechanical services, automotive services, 24-hour commercial roadside assistance, as well as wheel reconditioning and retread services for commercial fleets. For more information, visit

For recent news about the company, see “McCarthy Tire Settles In to Its New Retread Plant” and “5 Things to Know About the Future of McCarthy Tire.”

Related Topics: John McCarthy Jr., McCarthy Tire Service Inc., personnel

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