November 16, 2020

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Weekly Update: New Jobs in Erie, Protecting Healthcare in PA, Making PA Real ID Compliant

first_img By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf Weekly Update: New Jobs in Erie, Protecting Healthcare in PA, Making PA Real ID Compliant .@USCBO proves #AHCA will hurt millions, particularly PA seniors. It will raise costs, cut coverage, & strip millions from care altogether. https://t.co/2s5bkLN3g3— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) May 24, 2017 The Blog,  Weekly Update Governor Wolf announced on Monday that the Department of Labor and Industry’s Apprenticeship and Training Office added new programs to help job seekers connect with potential employers. The governor spent the later part of the week continuing his ‘Jobs That Pay tour’ in Northwest PA where he announced that UPMC’s newly established business operations center would bring 200 new jobs to Erie. The governor also toured and hosted a discussion on the importance of keep manufacturing jobs in PA at Versatex in Aliquippa.On Wednesday, Governor Wolf and Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller responded to the Congressional Budget Office’s new score of the American Health Care Act, highlighting the devastating effects the health care act would have on the elderly and citizens with chronic and pre-existing health conditions. Prior to the statement on Wednesday, the governor had expressed his concern that President Trump’s budget would have a harmful impact for those, particularly seniors, who receive support through Medicaid.On Wednesday, the Pennsylvania House passed the Real ID bill to ensure the Pennsylvania identification cards and licenses would comply with federal standards. Governor Wolf will sign the bill on Friday at Harrisburg International Airport.Governor Wolf’s Week, May 21, 2017 – May 25, 2017Monday, 5/22/17Wolf Administration’s Apprenticeship and Training Office Increasing Opportunities for Job Seekers and Employers in PennsylvaniaDepartment of Health Secretary Karen Murphy to Leave Wolf Administration for Private SectorThirty-Seven State Employees Earn Governor’s Awards for ExcellenceTuesday, 5/23/17Governor Wolf: Trump Budget Puts Pennsylvania Seniors LastGovernor Wolf’s Statement on the Confirmation of Patrick McDonnellGovernor Wolf Nominates New Blair County SheriffGovernor Wolf to Nominate Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller to be Inaugural Secretary of Health and Human ServicesWednesday, 5/24/17Governor Wolf Celebrates Establishment of UPMC Business Operations Center in the City of Erie, Creation of Nearly 200 New JobsGovernor Wolf to Sign Bill Enabling Pennsylvania to Comply with Real IDGovernor Wolf Hosts Erie Area Roundtable to Discuss Heroin and Opioid Epidemic and Renewed Fight to Help PennsylvaniansGovernor Wolf, Insurance Commissioner React to the Congressional Budget Office’s New Score of the American Health Care ActThursday, 5/25/17Governor Wolf, PennDOT Preview Northwest Region ConstructionOn ‘Jobs That Pay’ Tour, Governor Wolf Discusses Manufacturing Growth with Versatex EmployeesHighlights from TwitterA heartwarming story — Mr. Rogers was a Pennsylvania treasure, and his wisdom and kindness stand the test of time. https://t.co/p4CHxJtm4S— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) May 23, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter May 25, 2017 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolflast_img read more

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Sherrie Tucker, 81, Wellington: Aug. 1, 1933 – Sept. 27, 2014

first_imgSherrie TuckerSherrie Tucker died peacefully at her home Saturday, September 27, 2014.  She was 81 years old.She was born August 1, 1933 to Robert Cantrell and Josie (Heflin) Cantrell in Winfield, KS.  She graduated from Winfield High School and attended Southwestern College.She married Robert Hancock of Wellington, KS in 1951.  They had one daughter, Carol Ann Hancock.  Robert Hancock passed away in 1952.  Sherrie married Adrian tucker in 1956.  They had three children, Robert, David, and Sharon.  Adrian passed away in 1990.Sherrie worked at the Boeing Company, was manager at the Adamar Inn, and worked in the office at Lamar Electro-Air.  She retired at the age of 70 years.  She was known for her loyalty and work ethic.  She loved KU sports, crocheting, and her animals. In honoring Sherrie’s wishes, cremation has taken place.  Private family services will be held at a later date. Survivors include her children, Robert Tucker and Susan of Topeka, David Tucker of Wichita, Carol LeJuerrne and Richard of Wellington, and Sharon Lallman and Kenneth of Topeka; grandchildren, Rick and Martha LeJuerrne and their children, Bella, Caroline and Joe of Topeka, Shelly and Lance Anderson and their children, Natalie, Josie and Pierce of Andover, and Tim and Jenny Watts and their children, Cadence and Carter of Topeka. To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netcenter_img Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. A memorial has been established with the Wellington Humane Society.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.last_img read more

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