Senator Mensch Welcomes Schadler Family from Montgomery County to the Capitol

Harrisburg – On Wednesday, Senator Bob Mensch (R-24) was pleased to welcome the Schadler family, from Montgomery County, to the Capitol.

Alan and Deborah Schadler reside in Telford, Pennsylvania.  They have three adult children who are married and living in Montgomery County, and they have seven grandchildren.

Alan completed his undergraduate degree at East Stroudsburg University, obtained his masters from Duquesne University, and earned his doctorate degree at Lehigh University.  He is retired after 25 years with Conrail, spending an additional 7 years with the Temple System.

Deborah completed her undergraduate degree at Duquesne University, obtained her masters degree at Lehigh University, and earned her doctorate degree at Kennedy-Western University. She is a professor at Gwynedd Mercy University for over 20 years.

Joining Alan and Deborah are three of their grandchildren: Aubrie, C.J., and Addison. Aubrie Elizabeth Moore is 12 years old and she is a 7th grade honor student at Indian Valley Middle School in the Souderton Area School District.  Aubrie is a member of the orchestra, chorus, and the Souderton summer and winter community swim teams.  She is also an altar server at St. Maria Goretti Church.

Cody “C.J.” Moore is 9 years old and a 4th grade student at Salford Hills Elementary School in the Souderton Area School District where he plays clarinet.  He is a member of the Souderton summer community swim team and Souderton winter community wrestling team.

Addison Moore is 8 years old and a 3rd grade student at Salford Hills Elementary School in the Souderton Area School District.  She is a member of the Souderton Community summer and winter swim teams and is a gymnast.

Aubrie, C.J., and Addison Moore are the children of Heather and Jeffrey Moore.

“It was a pleasure meeting the Schadler family and speaking with them about what is going on in the Capitol,” said Mensch.  “It was great to see multiple generations come together to spend time and learn about our government. I hope that they enjoyed their trip and I appreciate the time they took to speak with me.”


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