HARRISBURG – PA Senate leaders are remembering former Sen. Stewart Greenleaf, who passed away Wednesday at age 81. Greenleaf, a Republican, represented parts of Bucks and Montgomery Counties in the state Senate from 1978 to 2019. Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman and Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward said they are saddened by his passing, calling Greenleaf a man of deep faith and strong convictions who leaves behind an incredible legacy, both in terms of the laws he passed and the example he set for others. As a former prosecutor and the longest-serving Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman, Greenleaf was the father of civil justice reform, authoring laws to fight human trafficking and allow child victims to testify by closed-circuit TV. In addition, many owe their lives to Greenleaf’s Donate Life PA law, which helped to help increase organ and tissue donation in the state.