Milford, PA – The Center for Developmental Disabilities (CDD) is pleased to welcome local businessman and dedicated advocate Karl Wagner to their Board of Directors.
Mr. Wagner attended and graduated Gettysburg College and Villanova Law School before becoming a partner in a local law firm, Beecher, Wagner, Rose, and Klemeyer, Esq., where he worked until 1997. Mr. Wagner held the position of Pike County District Attorney between 1977 and 1979, and Pike County Commissioner in 1999 to present. He is also a past solicitor of Delaware Township, Matamoras Borough, and Westfall Township. Mr. Wagner is deeply involved in the community, participating in the Milford Lions Club, the Pike County Historic Trust, the Friends of Marie Zimmerman Committee, and serving as Vice President of the board of directors for the Center for Developmental Disabilities, the Pike County Historical Society, and the Milford Cemetery Association. Mr. Wagner also served his country as a Captain of the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corp.
As a participating member of the CDD’s Board of Directors, Mr. Wagner will aid CDD in its mission of providing early education and therapeutic services for children with developmental delays. As the only Department of Public Welfare-licensed early education center that provides Early Intervention services in Pike County, the CDD works diligently to provide services for children from birth through the kindergarten age, to maximize each child’s potential. The CDD is not only committed to providing programs and services that are developmentally appropriate and individualized for each child, but also strives to educate the community regarding the special needs of children in Pike County and their families.
For further information about the programs and services of the Center for Developmental Disabilities of Pike County, please contact Anne Gillerlane, Executive Director at (570) 296-3992 or you may log onto their website at www.cddkids.org.