David W. Abert, ACBC, CBC, PAHM, Managing Partner, Bella Insurance Group, LLC • G. Thompson Bell, III , Attorney and Shareholder, Stevens & Lee, . • Christopher J. Bigos, Relationship Manager, Fulton Bank • William C. Cooperman , Administrator (Retired), Brandywine School District • Glenn J. Hillegass , Executive Director (Retired), CONCERN • George M. Kovarie, MSW , Executive Director (Retired) Berks County Children and Youth Services • Stefanie E. Nester, CPA , Director of Audits and Reporting, Lehigh Carbon Community College • Paula M. Plageman, D Ed, LPC, NCC , Coordinator of Academic Advising, Penn State University, Berks Campus • Sandra L. Weidner, MD , Pediatrician and Partner, The Children’s Clinic of Wyomissing • Nancy W. Weikert, MSW, ACSW , Associate Executive Director (Retired), CONCERN
Mr. Perry came to Lethbridge in 1884. He was born, January 24, 1846 at Staffordshire England. His wife Lettice was born 1849 in England and died 1939 at Lethbridge. She came to Coalbanks in 1885 with four small children, four were born later in Lethbridge. James Perry mined, ranched and farmed and all his sons did likewise. In 1884 Mr. Perry walked with a group of men from Medicine Hat to Lethbridge to open the Galt mines. In 1907 James and his son James R. opened a coal mine at Magrath and built an inclined railway to bring coal from the river bottom to the bench above.