Pennsylvania Gov. Ridge Nominates White to Probation and Parole Board

Apr 27, 2001, 01:00 ET from Pennsylvania Office of the Governor

    HARRISBURG, Pa., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge
 today nominated Lloyd A. White of Willow Grove, Montgomery County, to the
 Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.
     If confirmed by the Senate, White would replace Nicholas P. Muller, whose
 term will expire in June.
     White has served as a Probation/Parole Officer with the Bucks County Adult
 Probation and Parole Department since April 1987.
     He was named Probation Officer of the Year in 1996.
     He previously served as a police officer and first sergeant with the
 Moravian College Police Department, and as a Police Officer and Supervisor of
 Student Officers with Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
     White, 45, lives in Willow Grove.  He has two daughters.
     The Board of Probation and Parole is an independent agency authorized to
 parole, re-parole, commit and re-commit to correctional institutions convicted
 offenders with sentences of longer than two years.  The board also is charged
 with the supervision of those offenders whom it paroles.
     The board's nine members, who serve six-year terms, are nominated by the
 governor, subject to state Senate confirmation.  The governor designates the
 chairman of the board.  Board member positions are full time.
 
     CONTACT:  Tom Charles, Editor, Commonwealth News Bureau, Pennsylvania
 Office of the Governor, 717-783-1116.
 
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SOURCE Pennsylvania Office of the Governor
    HARRISBURG, Pa., April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge
 today nominated Lloyd A. White of Willow Grove, Montgomery County, to the
 Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.
     If confirmed by the Senate, White would replace Nicholas P. Muller, whose
 term will expire in June.
     White has served as a Probation/Parole Officer with the Bucks County Adult
 Probation and Parole Department since April 1987.
     He was named Probation Officer of the Year in 1996.
     He previously served as a police officer and first sergeant with the
 Moravian College Police Department, and as a Police Officer and Supervisor of
 Student Officers with Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
     White, 45, lives in Willow Grove.  He has two daughters.
     The Board of Probation and Parole is an independent agency authorized to
 parole, re-parole, commit and re-commit to correctional institutions convicted
 offenders with sentences of longer than two years.  The board also is charged
 with the supervision of those offenders whom it paroles.
     The board's nine members, who serve six-year terms, are nominated by the
 governor, subject to state Senate confirmation.  The governor designates the
 chairman of the board.  Board member positions are full time.
 
     CONTACT:  Tom Charles, Editor, Commonwealth News Bureau, Pennsylvania
 Office of the Governor, 717-783-1116.
 
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