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DAVID ADAMS – SUPERVISOR

My wife Marylou and I have been residents of Skippack Township since 1986.  My children, now 24 and 26, attended PV schools from K-12.  I am a Viet Nam era veteran, having served in the US Navy from 1972-1978.  I graduated from Ursinus College with a degree in Economics and Business Administration.  For the last 29 years I have worked as a litigation consultant with legal, government and business clients.

I am passionate about environmental issues.  I have been a volunteer with the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy for the last fifteen years.  I have worked as a volunteer Fishing Skills Instructor for the PA Fish and Boat Comission.  I am an avid fisherman and musician.

As a township supervisor my hope would be to bring transparency to the governance of our community especially in the areas of growth management and fiscal responsibility.

KAREN LYNCH – SUPERVISOR

My husband Gregg and I have been residents of Skippack Township for almost 19 years. I graduated from Douglass College, the women’s college of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.  My degree is in Biology with a minor in Women Studies.
For 34 years I worked for Energizer Battery Co. in sales, marketing and new business development. I am most proud of my ability to bring together teams of people, often with conflicting agendas, to solve problems and achieve goals. I also enjoyed being a pioneer in new programs over the years, using entrepreneurial skills in a corporate environment.
I am passionate about animals, children and the under-served.  Gregg and I have rescued 6 dogs over the last 20 years. I have been a volunteer at the Philadelphia Zoo since 2014.  I also volunteer at Sebastian Riding Associates Summer Camp and recently co-founded a non profit organization that provides direct services to the under-served in S. Orange County California.
As a township supervisor I would like bring new ideas and creativity to problem solving Township issues. I would also like to see more outreach to the community and involvement from them in creating the kind of future they see for their themselves and their families.