Mailing Address: P.O. Box 37, New Bloomfield PA 17068
Physical Address: 25 West Main Street, New Bloomfield, PA 17068
Phone: (717) 582-2131
Fax: (717) 582-5162
Commissioner Frank Campbell (left), was elected and began serving on the Board of Perry County Commissioners on January 2, 2024. He has been a life-long resident of Perry County. He graduated from Greenwood High School in 1966, Harrisburg Area Community College in 1969 with an Associate Degree, and then Penn State Harrisburg in 1971 with a Bachelor in Business Degree. Campbell served as a member of the US Army Reserve from 1967-1973. He spent his working career with H. F. Campbell & Son, Inc., his family-owned refrigerated trucking company. He held various positions throughout this career and retired as President. Since retirement he has devoted his time to public and non-profit service. Campbell has held leadership positions in a number of organizations and was recognized for his volunteering when he received the Jefferson Award. He is currently serves as the President of Newport Revitalization & Preservation Society, he was Vice Chairman of the Perry County Economic Development Corporation, Chairman of the Howe Township Municipal Authority, Vice-President of the Perry County Economic Development Authority, and Vice-President of the SEDA-COG Natural Gas Cooperative Board. He was a founding Co-Chair of the Perry County Chamber of Commerce and is now a Director Emeritus. He and his wife Susan reside in Newport and their grown children, Matthew, Laura and Sarah all reside in Perry County. Along with fellow Commissioners, he will serve on the Election Board, Prison Board, Salary Board, Retirement Board, and Board of Assessment Appeals.
Commissioner Brenda L. Watson (center), was elected and began serving on the Board of Perry County Commissioners on January 6th, 2020 and reappointed for another four year term beginning January 2024. Brenda comes to this Office with 32 years of owning and operating a local Surveying and Engineering Firm. She pledges to work as a team and do what it takes for the betterment of Perry County. She will serve on the following boards: SEDA COG-Susquehanna Economic Development Association-Council of Government, WIB-Workforce Investment Board, CREDC, PCEDC-Perry County Economic Development Corporation, PCEDA-Perry County Economic Development Authority, PCPC-Perry County Planning Commission, Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, MH/IDD; Family Center; Children and Youth; Transportation; Housing Authority; Emergency Management; Area Agency on Aging; Soil Conservation and H.A.T.S. Coordinating and Technical Committee . Along with fellow Commissioners, she will serve on the Election Board, Prison Board, Salary Board, Retirement Board, and Board of Assessment Appeals.
Commissioner Bill Lyons (right), was elected and began serving on the Board of Perry County Commissioners on January 2, 2024. He is a native Perry Countian who resides in the western part of the county, near Loysville, with his wife of 45 years, Crista. Together, they have 3 married children and 6 grandchildren. Bill is a fourth generation dairy farmer with over 50 years experience, who first worked along side his father and uncle. He and his younger brother formed a partnership 30 years ago to continue Lyons Brothers on their Century Farm. His brother, son, and grandson are continuing the legacy. Lyons has been active in many organizations including Three Springs Church, S.W. Madison township auditor, Madison Grange 2064, P.C. Holstein Association, Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, and P.C. Farmland Preservation Board. Commissioner Lyons plans to be a team player, working together to do his best to continue to make Perry County the great place that it is. Along with fellow Commissioners, he will serve on the Election Board, Prison Board, Salary Board, Retirement Board, and Board of Assessment Appeals.