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Monday, December 24, 2012

18 New Troopers Headed To Troop F Assignments

98 New Troopers at State Police Graduation
Announces Plans for Training another Class of Cadets in the Spring

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett congratulated the 98 men and women joining the ranks of the Pennsylvania State Police during graduation ceremonies Friday.

“Through the years, the men and women of the Pennsylvania State Police have run
toward danger to ease the pain of the suffering, to rescue the needy and to restore
order among our people,’’ Corbett said.

“A week ago in Connecticut we witnessed the pain some people are willing to inflict
upon others. Six years ago, the force you are now joining was called to such a
tragedy at a small Amish schoolhouse in Lancaster.

“The Pennsylvania State Police is the oldest state force in the nation. It draws from
the ranks of everyday citizens, holding fast to the understanding that a free people
can only be free where the law is applied equally.

“Yours is the 134th cadet class and I am pleased to say that in February, we will
convene another class,’’ Corbett said, with the addition of 90 new cadets. “You are
part of a continuing effort.’’

Also speaking at today’s ceremony held at Central Dauphin High School, was State
Police Commissioner Col. Frank Noonan. Cadet Philip E. Rhym, Philadelphia, spoke
on behalf of the cadet class.

Maj. John W. Laufer III, director of the State Police Bureau of Training andEducation, supervised the training of the class, which was the 134th class to
graduate from the State Police Academy in Hershey since it opened in 1960.

The graduates, who have completed 25 weeks of intensive physical and classroom
training, have been assigned to stations within nine troop areas across the state.

The new troopers assigned to Troop F, Montoursville, Lycoming County and their hometowns are listed below. Troop F includes the barracks in Emporium, Coudersport, and Mansfield. 
There were no new troopers assigned to Troop C in the listing.

Kyle M. Butler of Centre Hall, Centre County
Ryan W. Golla of Bloomsburg, Columbia County
Troy D. Hansen of Lewisburg, Union County
Jamesan S. Keeler of South Williamsport, Lycoming County
Brian J. Ladick of Ashland, Schuylkill County
Scott A. Maskowski of Sunbury, Northumberland County
John D. J. Medrano of Scranton, Lackawanna County
Matthew R. Montag of Johnstown, Cambria County
Tyler R. Morse of Jersey Shore, Lycoming County
Steven D. Moyemont of Mt. Pleasant, Westmoreland County
David A. Myers of Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County
Jared T. Reichenbach of Beavertown, Snyder County
Justin M. Rosboschil of New Columbia, Union County
Kyle C. Schaad of Mildred, Sullivan County
Daniel R. Switzer of Seneca, Venango County
Kyle M. Whitford of Hughesville, Lycoming County
Jonathan D. Wooster of Karthaus, Clearfield County
James A. Yankovich, Jr. of West Pittston, Luzerne County

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