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      Board Members

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      Chris Jones - President

      Chris Jones is a physical therapist and owner of Elite Therapy, PC in Mansfield PA. Elite Therapy has been an annual sponsor since 2008, which was the first full year of operations.  Chris lives in Mansfield, PA and moved to Tioga County in 2004.  He joined the Hamilton-Gibson Board of Directors in 2014. One of his significant accomplishments as a member of the Hamilton-Gibson board was membership on the planning committee for the 25th Anniversary Gala in August 2015 celebrating Hamilton-Gibson’s 25 years of contributing to our community’s cultural arts opportunities.
      Outside of work and Hamilton-Gibson, Chris enjoys skiing, sports, and traveling. He is very involved with the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce where he currently serves as past president as a member of the executive committee and is involved in his professional organization the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association where he serves as the chairman of the North Central District and on the Board of Directors for the state chapter.

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      Herb Johnson - Vice President

      Herb relocated to Wellsboro in 2009 in part because he was impressed by our strong local arts community. Although originally from Clinton County, PA, he lived in South Florida for nearly thirty years where he owned a local contracting company. An active volunteer at the Kravis Center of the Performing Arts in Palm Beach, Herb decided to step in front of the lights here in Wellsboro. Initially landing a role in The Music Man, he has since been seen on stage in many shows including Unbeatable, All Shook Up, How I Became a Pirate, and Second Samuel. As well, he has been backstage in several productions and thoroughly enjoys all aspects of live theater. Herb also sings with The Wellsboro Men's Chorus. He joined the Board of Directors in 2013.

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      Larry Biddison, Secretary

      A retired English Professor from Mansfield University and resident of Wellsboro since 1969, Larry has served on Hamilton-Gibson’s board since 1999. His involvement with community theatre ranges from conducting annual theatre excursions to Canada’s Shaw and Stratford Festivals to co-coordinating (with his wife, Barbara) Hamilton-Gibson’s Acting Up and Acting Out programs for seniors. Between 2007 and 2010 he also taught a playwriting course and conducted HG’s first playwriting contest and festival, which showcased the talent of local writers and performers in two dozen ten-minute plays. He enjoys directing and performing when the opportunity arises. 

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      Deborah Meacham - Treasurer

      Deb has lived in Wellsboro for 25 years and has two grown sons. Deb has been employed with First Citizens Community Bank as a Customer Service Counselor II (loan officer) for 16 years with 23 years of lending experience. She is involved in various community organizations such as Relay for Life since 2001, Volunteer Leadership Council since 2011, Tioga County Partnership since 2017 and Hamilton-Gibson since 2016.

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      Terry V Babb

      Terry lives in Wellsboro with his wife, Maureen. He continues to be actively involved with HG in Acting Up / Out, as well as having acted in several HG plays. He has been a Hamilton-Gibson board member since 2013. He enjoys reading and writing poetry, hiking, yoga and ballroom dancing with Maureen.

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      Scott Barton

      Scott is the Interim President at Mansfield University. He has nearly two decades of experience as a financial administrator, with expertise in both accounting and information technology. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Florida Atlantic University, a master’s in Business Administration from Regis University, and is currently completing his doctorate in Education with a focus on Transformational Leadership. Scott is actively involved in various community organizations and lives in Wellsboro with his wife, Rebecca, and their two children.

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      Linda Iseri

      Linda Iseri was born and raised in California and is a retired Assistant Professor at Mansfield University. She used to be passionate about math teaching and learning. However, ever since her first role in Sugar Bean Sisters in 2010, Linda has viewed problem solving as the quest for finding her next role! It is the entire process of putting on a play that she finds enriching, from reading and selecting plays, auditioning, memorizing lines, rehearsing, and performing for an audience. Besides theater, Linda loves birds, dogs, walks, and her family. In addition to Hamilton-Gibson, she serves on the board of Harbor Counseling and resides in Wellsboro with her husband, Howard, and their two daughters, Zoe and Jasmine.

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      Linda Galeone

      Linda has been assisting clients in all areas of financial planning for several decades. Her most recent role is Financial Advisor for Northwest Savings Bank. As an HG volunteer, she is in "AWE and AMAZEMENT" with each performance and feels blessed to live in an area with such an abundance of talent. In addition to professional organizations, Linda is involved in Community Concerts. She joined the HG Board in January 2012.

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      Karin Knaus

      Karin Knaus is a Wellsboro native and English teacher in the Northern Tioga School District. She has been singing and acting since childhood and has been involved with Hamilton-Gibson as a performer since 2003, and joined the Board of Directors in 2018. Favorite roles for Karin include those in The Music Man, It’s a Wonderful Life, Steel Magnolias and Quilters. Karin loves all things Tioga County, especially spending time in the outdoors hiking and enjoying the beautiful scenery of our back roads. She also serves on the Trinity Lutheran School board.retired from the faculty at Mansfield University.

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      Bonnie Kyofski

      Bonnie became stage struck on being drafted in first grade to play Santa Claus in Nelson Elementary School's Christmas pageant, and she participated at every possible theatre opportunity since: school plays and operettas in Elkland High School, completion of a speech and theatre major at Mansfield University; a theatre minor for a Penn State M. A.; and director/stage manager/assistant director for student productions in high schools and community colleges. She was active in the founding of the Elkland Community Theatre and served as treasurer for several years. She has been a longtime silent supporter of Hamilton-Gibson and collected much material for the original production of Tioga Changes. Her favorite life-time roles have been as Aunt Abby in Arsenic and Old Lace at both MU and Elkland and in Elkland as the extra large Medium in Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit. She is retired from the faculty at Mansfield University.

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      Steve Marshall

      Steve is a farmer from the Liberty area. He and his wife Cindy live on the farm that his family has lived on since 1903. His association with Hamilton-Gibson began with a role in Plain and Fancy. He has also performed in George M, Fezziwig's Follies, How I Became a Pirate, Unbeatable, All Shook Up, Spamalot and others. Joining the Board in 2012, Steve was also actively involved with the renovation of The Warehouse Theatre. Steve sings with The Wellsboro Men's Chorus, The Wednesday Morning Musicales, and his church choir.

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      Dr. Donna Mettler

      Most recently, Dr. Mettler served as Regional Coordinator for the PA Inspired Leadership (PIL) Program, a premier professional development program for school principals, district superintendents, and IU executive directors in Pennsylvania. Her career in public education spans 41 years: 14 years as a special education teacher and reading specialist, 14 years as an elementary principal, 6 years as Superintendent of the Wellsboro Area School District and 7 years as PIL Regional Coordinator.  She served on the Stamp Camp U.S.A. Board of Directors for 4 years. She is a member and past president of the Wellsboro Business & Professional Women's Club and a member of the Mary Wells Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Dr. Mettler lives in Middlebury Center with her husband, Ken. She enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and reading all types of books and literature.

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      Tom Reindl

      Tom has lived in the Wellsboro area for 13 years, with his wife, Ginny.  He has three wonderful, grown children. Tom got involved with HG about 10 years ago when a good friend asked him to play a part in a 10-minute play he wrote.  Once bitten by “the acting bug” he couldn’t stop, and has played a variety of roles in several minor and major productions, including Tom Sawyer, The Secret Garden, Twelve Angry Men, The Music Man and, most recently, in TIOGA/Changes.  When not working as the Environmental Engineer at Osram Sylvania he devotes much of his time to the arts, singing with the Wellsboro Men’s Chorus and at his church, and helping HG any way he can.  He is a firm believer in the enrichment and empowerment that can be found through community performing arts.

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