Perry County Commissioners
P.O. Box 37
25 West Main Street
New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Voice (717) 582-2131
FAX (717) 582-5162
Commissioner Brenda K. Benner, (center) began serving as Vice Chairman of the Perry County Commissioners in December 2009 when she was appointed by President Judge, Kathy A Morrow to fill the remaining two-year term of Warren VanBuskirk who lost his battle with cancer in October, 2009. She is currently Chairman of the board. She serves on the Central Pennsylvania Energy Consortium Board (CPEC), Mental Health/Intellectual Development Disabilities Board Advisory Board (MH/IDD), Perry County Policy Board (VOJO), Chairperson of the Perry County Food Bank Advisory Board, Susquehanna Economic Development Association - Council of Governments (SEDA-COG), and the Workforce Investment Board (WIB). Along with Stephen C. Naylor and Paul L Rudy Jr., she serves on the Election Board, Prison Board, Salary Board, Retirement Board, Board of Assessment Appeals and the Office for Aging Advisory Board.
Commissioner Stephen C. Naylor, (right),was elected and began his first term January 1, 2008. He serves as Secretary of the board. He serves on 9-1-1 Liaison, County Records Committee, Drug & Alcohol Commission (D&A) Liaison, L.E.P.C., Sheriff Dept. Liaison, Perry County Planning Commission (PCPC) Liaison, Soil Conservation, Tri-County Regional Planning and H.A.T.S. (Coordinating and Technical Committee). Along with Brenda Benner and Paul L Rudy Jr., he serves on the Election Board, Prison Board, Salary Board, Retirement Board, Board of Assessment Appeals and the Office for Aging Advisory Board.
Commissioner Paul L Rudy Jr (left), was elected and began serving his first term January 2012. He serves as Vice Chairman of the board. Paul brings to the board 45 years of service in Information Technology. His vision is that Perry County: 1) Be a great place for all to live, work, prosper and shop, 2) Be an economic climate that retains our young people and leaders of tomorrow, 3) Be a field of ideas and fresh thinking so we can be more self-reliant and 4) Be a beacon on the hill rather than the brunt of people's jokes. Paul's desire is to control the spending, reverse the trend on taxes and be more transparent. Paul currently serves as a representative on the Capital Region Economic Development Corporation (CREDC), the Family Partnership Board, Children and Youth Services, Perry County Economic Development Authority (PCEDA) and Perry County Economic Development Corp (PCEDC). Some other duties are to serve on the Election Board, the Prison Board, the Salary Board, the Retirement Board, the Board of Assessment Appeals and the Office for Aging Advisory Board. Paul hales from Shermans Dale, Carroll Township, where he lives with Normetta, his wife of 51 years.