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Mike Kriner has spent 30 years working inside or alongside state and local government in Pennsylvania. He has strong ties with all legislative leaders, committee chairs, regulatory agencies and the Governors Office.
Mike focuses his institutional and corporate knowledge in a way to best assist PFSC to navigate the legislative, regulatory and operational pitfalls in Harrisburg.
Mike is making sure PFSC has an active presence and a strong voice on Capitol Hill and with our Resource Agencies.
Susan brings over 20 years of experience in HR, Bookkeeping and Administration. She handles the day-to-day office operations, membership management, and the organization's bookkeeping responsibilities.
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Melody Schell has been with the PFSC for 20+ years, serving in several capacities. She currently handles communications, producing and editing the quarterly publication - The Conservation Lantern, the email news blasts and other correspondence and social media.
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Catherine Danae Elser is a Pennsylvania native who, like many involved in the outdoors, has a pull toward conservation. Spending time fishing, camping, and wandering the woods as a kid planted within her a now deep-rooted love for the outdoors. It is normal to find her researching hikes to take her baby and bird dog on, fishing with her husband, or preparing food for an impromptu camping trip on some public lands in Pennsylvania, like so many of us enjoy.
Catherine can’t wait to get involved and create opportunities for members and non-members of all ages to gather, learn and further support PFSC. Through physical events and an online presence, Catherine hopes to help grow the organization so it can continue its mission of protecting Pennsylvania’s natural resources, outdoor heritage, and Second Amendment Rights.
Contact Catherine at Catherine@pfsc.org
Denny Fillmore, Cumberland County, was elected President of the PFSC during the March 2022 Conference. Denny is a long-time PFSC board member and has served in the role of President in the past.
"I look foreword to another term as the President of the PFSC. There are many challenges ahead of us as an organization and as conservationists. We must forge relationships and work together in all aspects of conservation, the Second Amendment and our outdoor heritage. Together we can tackle what is ahead of us."
Duane Dunmire, Lebanon County, was appointed to serve as the Vice President East. Duane will work closely with the PFSC president to ensure all organizational goals are met, along with developing relationships in the eastern counties of Pennsylvania that benefit the mission of PFSC.
Duane has hit the ground running and is actively attending club events on behalf of the PFSC. Duane 's priority is recruiting new and expired clubs to increase PFSC's footprint.
If you would like Duane (or another officer) to visit your club, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Shawn Myers, Mercer County, was elected Vice President West. As Vice President West, Mr. Myers will work closely with the PFSC president to ensure all organizational goals are met, along with developing relationships in the western counties of Pennsylvania that benefit the mission of PFSC.
"I look forward to doing everything I can to advance the mission of the PFSC regarding our outdoor heritage, Second Amendment Rights and other issues that face conservation here in Pennsylvania."
Mike Zenzel, Columbia County, is responsible for overseeing the organizations budget and day to day operating expenses. Mike works closely with staff assigned to financial duties. Mike has been actively involved with the Federation for many years and is very active in his county and division.
Lowell Graybill, Lancaster County, will serve as the Immediate Past President on the board. As the Past President, Lowell will continue to work diligently to ensure the PFSC remains relevant in all areas of the organizations mission and that it remains at the forefront for conservation initiatives in Pennsylvania.
Lowell has been actively involved with the PFSC since 1999. He has always had an interest in the outdoors and eagerly began hunting turkey and deer with his new wife and father-in-law in the late 80s. Lowell and his wife became certified to teach Hunter-Trapper Education classes around the time their children Stephanie and David were old enough to purchase their first hunting licenses at the age of twelve. Both he and his wife, Tracy, were presented the PGC Outstanding Instructor of the Year in 2016.
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