Representative Frank Farry was first elected to serve the people of the 142nd Legislative District in 2008.

During the 2021-22 session, he has been appointed to serve as Majority Chairman of the Human Services Committee, Consumer Affairs Committee, Chairman of the House Firefighters and Emergency Services Caucus.

Over the course of his legislative career, he has been successful in advancing legislation to designate cancer as an occupational disease for firefighters, offering protection to both career and volunteer firefighters who develop cancer as a result of their service. Farry has advanced legislation establishing the Safe2Say Program which provides methods of anonymous reporting concerning unsafe or potentially harmful criminal activities in schools or to individuals. He has also authored legislation to save taxpayer dollars by allowing counties that operate their own criminal laboratory to receive the money generated by the criminal laboratory user fee imposed on guilty defendants within that county. Additionally, he championed public safety measures to require carbon monoxide alarms in multi-family dwellings and prevent minors from the dangers of indoor tanning.

Farry has been recognized by medical organizations, child advocacy groups, drug and alcohol safety councils, and small business organizations for his advocacy efforts. He was received the James Baird Award from the Firemen’s Legislative Federation of Pennsylvania, which is presented to a legislator who has demonstrated outstanding support on behalf of Pennsylvania emergency services. Additionally, the Jesse W. Soby, American Legion Post No. 148 presented Farry with an award for his dedicated service to the community and state.

In addition to his professional endeavors, Farry is also very active in his community, serving as a volunteer firefighter with the Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company since June 1990 and as chief of the organization since January 2001. He currently serves on the board of trustees for Bucks County Community College, is a past board member of the Middletown Community Foundation and the Lower Bucks Chapter of the American Red Cross, past president of the Bucks County Consortium of Municipalities, and has served on numerous township and county boards and commissions.

Before being elected to serve the people of the 142nd District, Farry served as assistant township manager and director of community services for Middletown Township from October 2000 to June 2008. He also worked as a legal intern in the U.S. Department of Justice.

A lifelong resident of Bucks County, Farry is a graduate of Neshaminy High School. He received a bachelor of science in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, a master of science in public policy from Rutgers University and a juris doctor from Rutgers University School of Law.

Farry currently resides in Langhorne with his wife and two children, where he is an attorney at the law firm of Begley, Carlin & Mandio.