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Carl Sensenig completes 15th consecutive ACS Bike-A-Thon

bike-blogA message from Carl, “I recently completed my 15th consecutive year riding over 65 miles in the American Cancer Society’s “Bike-a-thon” from Center City Philadelphia to the New Jersey shore. The picture to the right shows me with only five miles to go and anticipating the finish line! In addition, about one year ago I responded to an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal explaining why I still ride bike long distances in order to help raise funds to defeat cancer.” To read Carl’s response to the op-ed please click here.

The fight continues for a cure!

About the American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service.

For 100 years, The American Cancer Society has been leading the fight to end cancer. With the support of many, the ACS has helped usher in an era where more people survive cancer than ever before. By translating their research findings into action, they’ve seen a 20% decline in US cancer death rates since the early 1990s.

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About Carl Sensenig

Carl Sensenig earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from York College of Pennsylvania and his Certificate of Professional Studies in Finance from Ursinus College.

Carl served as Vice President and Portfolio Manager for nearly twenty years at Arthur E. Spellissy & Associates (Wayne, PA) before founding Sensenig Capital Advisors in April, 2007. From 1972 to 1987, he held sales and marketing management positions with two public companies. A veteran, he also served four years in the United States Air Force.

In addition to being active in church leadership, Carl currently serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations in the local community, including Advanced Living Communities, The Center for Loss and Bereavement, and The Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center.