PAT MORRONEY — SUPERVISOR
Pat Morroney, a 23 year resident of Limerick, is a retired fire police captain and active firefighter with the Linfield Fire Company. He is also an auxiliary police officer and past deputy emergency coordinator for Limerick Township. While living previously in Coatesville, he was an EMS lieutenant and training officer with the Coatesville Fire Bureau and a former president of the Washington Hose fire company. He has a B.S. from Widener University and a wide range of training and certifications in fire, rescue, and emergency response. He has worked for PECO Energy for more than 25 years, where he is a work planner in the customer field services department. Pat also assists Homeland Security operations as a volunteer for the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary as Vice Flotilla Commander and a Vessel Examiner.
Diana Uhia –-Township Auditor
Diana Uhia, and her husband, Bernie, moved to Limerick in 2016 from Skippack where they resided for 14 years. They have one adult daughter, Kathryn, who lives in Gilbertsville, PA. Diana graduated Magna Cum Laude from Montclair State University with a degree in Sociology and a double minor in History and Criminal Justice. Diana is an Accounting Manager for a commercial insurance company and she hopes to bring her accounting experience to the position of Limerick Auditor. Diana is also looking forward to bringing her commitment to transparency and accountability to our township.
Richard H. Welsh –-Candidate for Magisterial District Justice
Richard H. Welsh is a 16 year resident of Limerick. After receiving his Bachelor of Science in Finance fromthe American University in Washington DC and law degree from The Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, PA, he served as Assistant District Attorney in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office from 1996-2000. During his time at the DA’s office, Rich prosecuted hundreds of misdemeanor and felony bench and jury trials, culminating in his promotion to the Major Crimes Unit. After leaving the DA’s office, Rich practiced civil law for 9 years in Montgomery County, PA, focusing on real estate, municipal, products liability and negligence. In February 2009, Rich opened Barrister’s Bagel Co. in Royersford employing numerous local residents over the past 8 years. Rich transitioned from the active practice of law to owning and running a small local business to become more involved with his children and their sports teams. Rich volunteers by coaching youth sports, including Spring Ford youth baseball, football, basketball, and lacrosse. Rich is confident that the combination of his educational background and professional experience as a prosecutor, civil law attorney and small business owner makes him uniquely capable to serve Limerick, Royersford and Upper Providence as District Justice. Rich’s dedication to our community and his background in the law will ensure he will uphold the high standards required by the office of the Magisterial District Justice.