Serving Pennsylvania since 1928

The objectives of the Associations are for the purpose of securing more uniformity and cooperation in the conduct of their offices and improving their service to the public.

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About the Association

The Pennsylvania State Association of the Prothonotaries and Clerks of Courts has been in existence since 1928 when then President Wilson Wert, of Lehigh County, hosted the first conference in the City of Allentown. The purpose of the association is to engage elected and appointed Prothonotaries and Clerks of Court statewide in communicating and preserving the purposes of these offices.
We are proud of the historic traditions our offices hold and the importance of our impact on society.

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Meet Our Members

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Susanne Straub Schneider

Secretary, Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts
Elk County
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Kelly L. Ferrari

Prothonotary
Butler County
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Cindy Love

Second Vice President, Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts
Clinton County
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Timothy C. Dye

Clerk of Courts
Fayette County
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Tyra Boni

Clerk of Courts
Carbon County

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