John F. White, Jr.’s public career of decisive action and genuine caring began at a very young age and continues today with fervent dedication, benefiting thousands of people from all walks of life. Early on, he made a commitment to human rights-driven social change and improving the lives of fellow Philadelphians. Those efforts expanded rapidly to include helping people throughout Pennsylvania, the Tri-State Region and the nation.
Judge John Milton Younge, a native Philadelphian, was first elected to a ten-year term on the Court of Common Pleas in 1995 and was re-elected in 2005 and 2015. Raised in the southwest section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he is a product of the Philadelphia Public School system and a member of the 232nd graduating class of Central High School in 1973.