Brenda George, of the Armstrong County Prothonotary and Court of Clerk’s Office, has assumed the office of President of the Pennsylvania State Association of Prothonotaries and Clerks of Courts. She will serve a one-year term from July 2012 to July 2013.
She was first nominated at the Republican Caucus and then elected by a bi-partisan vote of her peers at the conference on July 11, 2012. She was sworn in on July 12th at the Ramada Inn, Altoona (Blair County).
Ms. George will represent the Pennsylvania State Association of Prothonotaries and Clerk of Courts with other associations and entities throughout the state and attend legislative area meetings.
Her additional duties include: appointing of chairpersons and committee members, conferring with executive board and legislative chair on a regular basis as to any legislation affecting the Association and it current status, in addition to scheduling and negotiating the contract for the 2013 conference.
The Pennsylvania State Association of Prothonotaries and Clerks of Court mission statement is “The objects of the association are for the purpose of securing more uniformity and cooperation in the conduct of their offices and improving their service to the public.”
Armstrong County will host the 2013 conference at the Hilton Garden Inn Southpointe/Pittsburgh in Canonsburg (Washington County) from July 9 through July 12, 2013.
Brenda was first elected to the Armstrong County Prothonotary/Court of Clerks back in 1999. She was successfully elected in 2011 to a fourth term of office, while having worked in the Prothonotary and Court of Clerk’s office for 28 years.