LETS MAKE THE DELAWARE VALLEY GREAT AGAIN!
CHRIS SAULLO - I come from a coal patch town near Hazleton, PA. My mother worked a lunch counter before she got a factory job. My father was a truck driver. My mother still lives in that little town, in the home my father built. Through them, I learned firsthand about hard work.
The hallmarks of my life are hard work, discipline, integrity and service. My focus is my family and my community. I have vast experience and great success in many endeavors which have prepared me for the role as supervisor. I have witnessed both the good and bad of the many cultures and societies of our great world and I can make a difference here.
I am a husband, a father and a retired Marine. I am also your neighbor.
I care deeply about our families, our homes, our community and our future. I sincerely ask to represent you; and to bring a fresh perspective to the board of supervisors. I humbly ask for you to choose me as the next supervisor.
Joanne Cipressi ,CHt, CNL - is a speaker, an award-winning life coach and the author of the book, Ditch Your Doubt. She specializes in helping victims and others to transform their thought and emotional patterns. Joanne is also a mother of two daughters, politically active, and runs an annual Foster Kid Christmas Gift Drive.
For fourteen years, At 5 AM Theresa had driven her kids to swim practices before going to work full-time at Merck. In the evening, she had cared for her frail mother and tutored her children to successes. Her son, Dang Khoa, graduated from Dartmouth College and currently studies at Jefferson Medical College; Daughter Zimmy is a senior and a swimmer at Dickinson College. She is an advocate for better education in the US.
Theresa Tran is a first-generation Vietnamese American, an associate director at Merck, was a businesswoman and president of an IT consulting firm. She has often reported potholes and been active in the community. She coached CYO Basketball, volunteers at St. Maria Goretti, Drug Addiction Resource Alliance, International Spring Festival.
Theresa is the best candidate for the supervisor seat because she is well-informed, diplomatic and passionate. She will recruit new businesses for continued growth, negotiate contracts, and limit spending to keep taxes low. She will work to improve roads, traffic flow, protect the environment, drinking water.
BILL HEENEY - was born in Nicetown and later lived in the Summerdale/Oxford Circle section of Philadelphia. He attended St. Martin of Tours Grade School and graduated from Father Judge High School. He is a strong and generous lifetime supporter of their Alumni Association and sports teams. He also funds a scholarship to Father Judge every year in his Father’s memory so that others less fortunate may have the same opportunities he did as a child. He is one of 5 children which includes a sister and three brothers. He has been married for 35 years to Phoebe (McGowen) Heeney. They have three children: Phoebe, Bill Jr. and Giavonia and is the proud Grandpop to Ella Grace.
Bill is a self-made, successful business owner and believes in the value of hard work. He served as AOH Vice President for 8 years and President for 4 years. He participates in clothing,
food and gift drives throughout the years.
Bill is a lifelong Republican and is presently Ward Leader of the 62nd
He has been a very generous supporter of many qualified candidates. As the son of a Philadelphia Police Lieutenant, he has always been a staunch supporter of our Police.
He is running for City Council because he is sickened by what is happening in & to our City. He will fight against Sanctuary City status, The Beverage Tax, burdensome real estate taxes, Safe Injection Sites and a District Attorney who thinks he is the Public Defender and is more concerned with the rights of criminals than those of crime victims and their families. Bill wants to restore law and order and improve the quality of life in this City.
Even though he will be in the minority in City Council, he will make himself heard and not just “play along to get along”.
Vicki Lightcap- Candidate for Recorder of Deeds. Vicki is not only a resident of Pennsburg but also the first female Mayor. Vicki has worked in Finance and as a CFO/Principal of a manufacturing company. Vicki is the Chair of the Upper Perkiomen Domestic Violence Task Force, Lioness club, Perkiomen Rotary and the Business and Professional Woman’s club. These are just a few of Vicki’s activities, as she has also served on her local school board and created a before and after care for children in her school district. Vicki has 3 grown children and lives with her husband Keith.
Tracy Moss-Carfagno – candidate for Clerk of Courts is a resident of Horsham, with her husband of eight years, Russell. She is a graduate of Temple Ambler with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Legal Studies. She has over 30 years of experience in Insurance, Risk, Claims and Legal Management. She has been an Officer for many Charities/Organizations/Boards. She loves to have fundraisers for Toys for Tots, and shares in the joy of her husband’s three adult children and 2 granddaughters.
Nancy Quinn Marsden- Candidate for Prothonotary of Montgomery County. A Graduate of DeSales University formally known as Allentown College of St. Francis DeSales. She started a career in Title Insurance over 23 years ago. Started by typing legal descriptions and has worked her way up to executive management. Worked in Local politics for the last 5 years, once running to try and earn a spot on an all democratic school board. Recently elected as municipal chair of Upper Dublin Republicans she is running several campaigns including her own. She lives in Upper Dublin with her husband and 2 kids.
Doug Mastriano is a combat veteran and the son of a career US Navy man. He retired from the U.S. Army in November 2018 after 30 years of active duty as a Colonel. Doug is an Eagle Scout and worked as a paperboy, janitor, security guard, short-order cook, pizza delivery person and dishwasher. Doug was commissioned in the U.S. Army in 1986 and served on the Iron Curtain with the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment in West Germany. While serving along the East German and Czechoslovakian borders, he witnessed the end of the Cold War and thereafter deployed to Iraq for Operation Desert Storm (1991) to liberate Kuwait. His regiment led the attack against Saddam’s elite Republican Guard forces. Doug went on to serve in Washington, DC, the 3rd Infantry Division and US Army Europe. After 9/11, Mastriano was the lead planner for the operation to invade Iraq via Turkey. He served four years with NATO and deployed three times to Afghanistan. Mastriano was the director of NATO’s Joint Intelligence Center in Afghanistan, leading 80 people from 18 nations. On his own initiative, Doug led seven relief operations to help Afghan orphans. He completed his career as a Professor of the U.S. Army War College (PAWC), Carlisle, PA, and taught Strategic Studies at the Master Degree level to the next generation of senior leaders. Doug is a Doctor of History (PhD) and has four master’s degrees: Strategy, Strategic Intelligence, Military Operations, and Airpower. He earned a BA from Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania and was the alumnus of the year in 2009. Published Books: • Douglas Mastriano, Thunder in the Argonne: A New History of America’s Greatest Battle, (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2018). • Douglas Mastriano, Alvin York, (Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2014). Published Security Studies: • Project 1721: a Strategic Assessment of the Emerging Russian Approach, (Carlisle, PA, US Army War College; 2017). • Project 1704: Russian Landpower, (Carlisle, PA, US Army War College; 2015).
• 1986 Commissioned as an officer in the United States Army • 1988-1990 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment (2ACR) on the Iron Curtain • 1990-1991 2ACR for Operations Desert Shield/Storm in Iraq • 1992-1995 Assignments in Washington, DC • 1995-1998 229th Military Intelligence Battalion • 1998-2000 3rd Infantry Division (Rock of the Marne) • 2002-2005 US Army Europe • 2005-2009 NATO (Deployments to Afghanistan 2006, 2007, 2008) • 2009-2010 U.S. Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. • 2012-2017 Professor Army War College (PAWC), Carlisle, Pennsylvania • Retired as Colonel in the United States Army.