LOCK HAVEN, Pa. - Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell has announced appointments and reappointments to the Lock Haven University Council of Trustees. Lock Haven University is a member of the Pennsylvania State
System of Higher Education (PASSHE), the largest provider of higher education in
the commonwealth. Its 14 universities offer more than 250 degree and certificate
programs in more than 120 areas of study. Nearly 405,000 system alumni live and
work in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania State Senate has confirmed the appointment of Mary A. Coploff. A resident of Lock Haven, Coploff teaches enrichment at the Central Mountain Middle School in the Keystone Central School District.
In addition, Governor Rendell announced the appointment of Tiffany Allen as the student member of the LHU Council of Trustees. A resident of Lock Haven, Allen is a student in the LHU Physician Assistant Program. She is the daughter of Timothy and Tammie Allen of Lock Haven.
Senate confirmation of the reappointment of trustees Donald E. Houser and James W. Swistock was also received. Houser, a resident of Lock Haven, is an insurance agent and partner in Davis and Houser Financial Services, affiliated with ING Financial Partners. Swistock, a 1971 graduate of Lock Haven University, is a resident of State College. He is president of Penncara Energy in State College.
“One of Lock Haven University’s greatest strengths is the quality of the men and women who serve on its Council of Trustees. Their dedication, hard work and support are greatly appreciated. The governor’s new appointments and reappointments will ensure that the Council will continue to be strong” said LHU President Keith T. Miller.