Senator Mensch introduces Pike Family to PA Senate

       Harrisburg – Senator Bob Mensch (R-24) was pleased to introduce Wilfred, Marian, and Amelia Pike to the Pennsylvania Senate.  The Pike Family are from Pennsburg, Pennsylvania.

“It was an absolute pleasure to host the Pike Family and learn more about their efforts and contributions to the community,” said Mensch.  “I wish them the best on their future endeavors and look forward to hearing more about their accomplishments.”

Will Pike is a Board President of a community non-profit organization promoting prevention, supporting recovery and offering hope against substance use disorder called Project Live in the Upper Perkiomen Valley.  He previously worked as a Health and Physical Education Teacher for East Penn School District.

Marian Pike earned a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Lehigh University.  She coached swimming at Upper Perk Swim Club.  Mrs. Pike retired from teaching special education in 2011.  Currently, she is also a volunteer and group facilitator for Project Live with Will.

Amelia Pike, Will and Marian’s daughter, graduated from Upper Perkiomen High School in 2002 where she was a member of the National Honor Society.  Amelia also attended the Governor’s School for poetry.  She graduated in 2007 from Moravian College with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.

Amelia also completed 2 years of Masters Level course work at Chestnut Hill College in Psychology.  Amelia has helped train 3 amazing service doges: Christy, Mugsy and Teddy.  She volunteered with Mugsy doing talks about services dogs and training. She has acquired a certificate as a Certified Peer Specialists (CPS) and worked for Salisbury Behavioral Health (Berks County) as a CPS.


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