|Name||H. Scott Conklin|
|Address||339 Kepp Road Rush Township|
Philipsburg, Pennsylvania 16866, United States
|| October 07, 1958
Dec 22, 2012 03:43pm
|Info||Centre County Commissioner H. Scott Conklin was first elected as Commissioner in 1999 and, by unanimous vote, became Chairman of the Centre County Board of Commissioners on January 3, 2000 for a four-year term. As Board Chairman, he serves as Chairman of Salary Board, Retirement Board, Employee Benefits Trust, and Board of Assessment and, also serves on numerous other County boards, including Elections, Emergency Communications, Criminal Justice Advisory, Prison, SARA-LEPC (SuperFund Amendments Reauthorization Act of 1986-Local Emergency Planning Committee) and the Finance Committee. |
His participation on community boards include the Bellefonte/Intervalley Chamber, Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County, Centre Region MPO (Metropolitan Planning Organization), C-NET, (Government and Education Access Channel), Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership, SEDA-COG (Susquehanna Economic Development Association - Council of Governments) and United Way.
As a private citizen his expertise as an entrepreneur is demonstrated by the success of two family-owned businesses. Prior to election as Commissioner, he owned a business specializing in building and construction of family homes. At the present time, Scott and his wife, Terri, are owners of Conklin's Corner Antique Mall in Philipsburg.
In addition to his Commissioner duties, Chairman Conklin is also active with numerous Centre County social, civic, and cultural organizations. He is a member of the Builders Association of Central Pennsylvania; Sons of the American Legion, Squad #0437; Sons of AMVETS, Post #159; Pomona Grange Member; Elks BPOE Lodge 1173, Member 2062; and FOP Lodge #51, Associate Member. Commissioner Conklin and his family are also active members of the Centre United Methodist Church of Philipsburg.
He has been recognized with countless awards for his accomplishments in the building and construction profession, as well as for his involvement in community improvement and beautification projects.
Commissioner Conklin is a family man; married to Terri Spencer for 18 years. They have one son, Spencer, age 15. They reside in the western area of Centre County in Rush Township, Glass City (suburb of Philipsburg).