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.
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.
for Montgomery County Commissioner
E X P E R I E N C E
Serving Whitpain Citizens Whitpain, PA
Now as Chair of our Board of Supervisors, leading a diverse community of
20,000 residents that embraces the future and cherishes our heritage
Board of Supervisors (Nov '09-Present) decisively won 2 competitive races
Other Boards & Committees (2003-Present) include Walton Pond HOA;
Whitpain's Open Space, Planning, and Zoning Hearing Boards; BoRit
Superfund Site Advisory Group; Wissahickon SD Superintendent's Advisory
Council, and the Bike Montco Steering Committee
GOP Committeeperson (2006-Present) & Area 10 Leader (2014-2017)
North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Clubs Board of Directors (2013-2017)
Project & Program Management Global/Local
Now as an independent management consultant, drawing on 25-years of
business lessons learned to guide companies to sustainable growth
Conner Consulting (2006-Present) a management consultancy for logistics,
construction, facility operations, and government contingency programs
Rosemont College (2003-2006) as Executive Director for Facilities &
Economic Development Officer led teams during Rosemont's resurgence
KBR (1999-2003) as Project Manager led civilian augmentation teams alongside
US military in war-torn Kosovo, Macedonia, Afghanistan and beyond
Shared Medical Systems (1996-1999) as PM led IT implementation teams
Heritage Gardens (1993-1996) successful small business owner
US Marines & American Legion Global/Local
Began my service to our nation as a Marine infantry officer and now still
serving God & Country alongside fellow veterans in The American Legion
VFW & American Legion (2003-Present) as a combat veteran and lifetime
VFW member continuing to serve as Post Historian and Chair of the Annual
Martin Luther King Breakfast & Scholarship Committees at AL Post #769
USMCR (1993-1999) very active in the Marine Reserves as both a Rifle
Company Commander & Infantry Battalion Operations Officer including on
deployments to the US/Mexico border, Lithuania and Norway
USMC (1987-1993) led Marines in combat during the Gulf War in Kuwait and
on humanitarian missions in Bangladesh and Somalia
B A L A N C I N G A D A Y I N A L I F E
Make breakfast + pack lunches +
"Dad's Daily Training Mtg." w/
Mary Beth, Rick & Brad
E T H O S
I like to see a man proud of the place
in which he lives. I like to see a man
live so that his place is proud of him.
G O V E R N I N G H I G H L I G H T S
Sustained Fiscal Excellence
Whitpain maintains the 5th lowest local tax
burden of Montco's 62 municipalities; is among
only a handful of PA townships with a AAA bond
rating; and has had NO tax increases in 9-years
(with none projected for at least 5 more years).
Innovative Public-Private Partnerships
At minimal cost to taxpayers, we partnered with
multiple organizations to build & operate: (a) new
$7 million, 100-acre park; (b) new $4.5 million fire
station; (c) new $2 million EMT station; (d) an
interim Boys & Girls Club; (e) and complete over
$5 million in improvements to a historic property
that now generates $200,000+ annually for more
Blighted Community Revitalized
Relentless planning with thoughtful execution
has turned around our West Ambler Village area
which not long ago was blighted by a Superfund
site, dangerous flooding, and crime. A 40+ acre,
multi-municipal park will soon open there.
E D U C A T I O N
M.S. Community & Regional Planning
F A M I L Y
Whenever the "training schedule" allows,
Fred, Mary Beth, and Rick (12) & Brad (11)
love spending time together in Montco's
great outdoors and at the Jersey Shore.
RAY WELDIE - I've lived here for 54 years and am a U.S. Army veteran. I was a police officer in Lower Southampton Twp. for 30 years and retired as a Lieutenant, along with being a graduate of the FBI National Academy. I hold 2 undergraduate degrees in Criminal Justice and a Master's in Education. I have been teaching for 12 years and am currently a 5th grade Math teacher at Maple Point Middle School in Neshaminy SD. I have been a Lower Southampton Twp. Supervisor for just under 2 years and am currently the Board Chairman. I have also been married for 32 years to Janice, and have two sons, Eric and Alex. One is a teacher and the other is a police officer.