Meet the Candidates for 2012 Election

Candidates are listed in ballot order:

1. Matthew J. Lisk, ’95, New Providence, NJ
2. Ryan J. McCombie, ’70, State College, PA
3. Jes James Sellers, ’74, ’76g, Cleveland, OH
4. Thomas J. Sharbaugh, ’73, Philadelphia, PA
5. John C. Foster, ’77, ’83g, ’97g, Carlisle, PA
6. Richard Dirk Matson, ’77, Ligonier, PA
7. Craig W. Micklow, ’69, Southlake, TX
8. Patricia Marrero, ’88, Hoboken, NJ
9. Edward A. Paskey, II, ’94, ’97JD, York, PA
10. David E. Robbins, ’78, Broomall, PA
11. Martin R. Davis, ’86, Pottsville, PA
12. Stephen M. Hladik, ’89, Harleysville, PA
13. Timothy Michael Freeman, ’90, Short Hills, NJ
14. Amy L. Williams, ’80, Wayne, PA
15. Joseph H. Clapper, III, ’92g, Sewickley, PA
16. Jonathan L. Wesner, ’65, Reading, PA
17. Victor S. Provenzano, ’02, Enola, PA
18. Marta Pepe Forney, ’00, Doylestown, PA
19. Dona M. (Davis) Horst, ’81, ’83g, Annapolis, MD
20. J. Michael Murphy, ’80, Downingtown, PA
21. Darlene A. Marley, ’77, ’80g, Leonardo, NJ
22. Anne Riley, ’64, ’75g, Boalsburg, PA
23. Karen Levine Weaver, ’82, Franklin Lakes, NJ
24. Joseph C. Atkinson, ’92, Chalfont, PA
25. Joshua D. Fulmer, ’01, Easton, PA
26. Jayne E. Miller, ’76, Baltimore, MD
27. Sam Y. Zamrik, ’61g, ’65g, Mesa, AZ
28. Joanne C. DiRinaldo, ’78, Pittsburgh, PA
29. Jefrey F. Wall, ’74, ’76g, Ambridge, PA
30. Stella M. Tsai, ’85, Philadelphia, PA
31. Scott K. Munroe, ’98, Catonsville, MD
32. Ronald C. Wagner, Jr., ’89, Glenside, PA
33. Barry M. Simpson, ’69, Harrisburg, PA
34. Robert J. Bowsher, ’86, San Diego, CA
35. O. Richard Bundy, III, ’93, ’96g, South Burlington, VT
36. Vincent J. Tedesco, Jr., ’64, State College, PA
37. John W. Diercks, ’63, ’67g, ’75g, State College, PA
38. Edward (Ted) B. Brown, III, ’68, State College, PA
39. James R. Antoniono, ’71, Greensburg, PA
40. David L. Roush, ’04, Bronx, NY
41. David A. Dell, ’76, Strasburg, PA
42. Russell T. Larson, ’72, ’74g, Dover, DE
43. Jonathan Mills, ’86, Orlando, FL
44. Gregory S. “Sandy” Sanderson, ’00, Glenshaw, PA
45. Rudolph K. Glocker, ’91, ’93g, Henderson, NV
46. Richard L. Marshall, ’92, Mount Kisco, NY
47. Lisa W. Witzig, ’79, Denver, CO
48. Paul J. Malaspina, ’77, ’80g, Erie, PA
49. Henry B. Swoope, V, ’96, Alexandria, VA
50. Scott O. Fozard, ’89, State College, PA
51. Michael J. Carroll, ’04, Fairfax, VA
52. Barbara L. Doran, ’75, New York, NY
53. Thomas J. Day, Jr., ’88, Washington, PA
54. Ben Novak, ’65, ’99g, Immokalee, FL
55. George T. Henning, Jr., ’63, State College, PA
56. Jeffrey A. Krisciunas, ’94, ’11g, Philadelphia, PA
57. Seth T. Walizer, ’00, Fleetwood, PA
58. Joseph C. Korsak, ’71, York, PA
59. Anthony P. Lubrano, ’82, Exton, PA
60. Marlene “Myke” Atwater Triebold, ’72, Niceville, FL


61. Samuel M. Loewner, ’10, Reston, VA
62. Ryan M. Bagwell, ’02, Middleton, WI
63. John J. Mika, ’85, Tower City, PA
64. Chris C. Lindsley, ’87, Takoma Park, MD
65. Edward H. Ridings, III, ’71, Lewistown, PA
66. Thomas E. Kapelewski, ’82, Bloomsburg, PA
67. Richard J. Puleo, ’77, Lancaster, PA
68. William F. Oldsey, ’76, Basking Ridge, NJ
69. Pratima Gatehouse, ’96, ’10g, Short Hills, NJ
70. Kyle B. Heffner, ’08, Pottsville, PA
71. Thomas R. Davis, ’82, ’85g, ’88g, Yardley, PA
72. Matthew J. Sliwa, ’01, Selbyville, DE
73. James P. Brandau, ’03, Conshohocken, PA
74. Shawn D. Manderson, ’03, Philadelphia, PA
75. Terry F. Rakowsky, ’82, Erwinna, PA
76. Jack F. Beiter, ’52, Devon, PA
77. Adam J. Taliaferro, ’05, Swedesboro, NJ
78. Mark S. Connolly, ’84g, West Chester, PA
79. Neal W. Biege, Sr., ’67, Center Valley, PA
80. Casey A. Coyle, ’06, Harrisburg, PA
81. Andrew Tellep, ’74, Mar Lin, PA
82. Gregory M. Kerwin, ’71, ’75JD, Lykens, PA
83. Gregory H. Wolf, ’77, State College, PA
84. John P. Rodgers, ’93, ’97JD, Hazleton, PA
85. James E. Carnicella, ’73, Ocoee, FL
86. Darlene R. Baker, ’80, Warminster, PA

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