Board of Supervisors
|Bryan Gembusia - Chairman
|Tom Faley - Vice Chairman
|Richard Mislitsky - Township Solicitor
Board of Supervisors Liaison Appointments
The Board of Supervisors consists of five members elected to serve a 6 year term. The Supervisors
are assisted by an appointed Township Manager who is responsible for carrying out township policies
and administrative duties. The Manager is appointed by the Board of Supervisors and operates under
the direction of the Board. The Supervisors of South Middleton Township are also assisted by the
Township Solicitor, staff members and various advisory authorities, boards and commissions.
The Board of Supervisors' Township meetings are open to the public and are held at 6:00 pm on the
second and last Thursdays of each month. All Board of Supervisors' meetings are held at the
Municipal Building, 520 Park Drive, Boiling Springs. A prepared agenda is provided, and citizen
input is encouraged to voice opinions and/or concerns. Meetings are subject to change and should be
verified by contacting the Township office.
Supervisor Tom Faley is a native Pennsylvanian who graduated from
Harrisburg High School. He attended Dickinson College until he received a congressional appointment
to the United States Military Academy. He received a Bachelor's Degree from West Point and a Master's
Degree (Psychology) from the University of Miami. His work experience includes 30 years of military
service and 18 years teaching numerous Psychology courses for Harrisburg Area Community College. He is a Vietnam veteran
decorated for valor on the battlefield on four occasions. His awards for military service include the
Silver Star, two Legions of Merit, four Bronze Stars and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. He is an
active community volunteer who also serves on the Township Parks and Recreation Board. Tom and his
wife, Susan, have three daughters and six grandchildren. Tom has been a Supervisor for 15 years and strongly
desires to listen to resident input on Township issues. His home number is 249-4101.
Bryan Gembusia is a 1989 graduate of East Pennsboro High School. Bryan worked for
US Air for 4 years in order to earn college expenses. He attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,
graduating with a degree in Aeronautical Science in 1996. Bryan has a Commercial Pilotís license with
Instrument and Multi-engine ratings. He is the Aircraft
Ownerís and Pilotís Association (AOPA) Airport Support Network Representative for the Carlisle Airport.
He has extensive experience in the computer networking field and has attained Microsoft,
Cisco, and A+ certifications. Bryan currently runs his own computer security consultant business. Bryan and his wife,
Monica, have been married since May of 1998.
I was born in Mechanicsburg and lived in South Middleton Township (SMT) for most of my life except for a very short stint living in Carlisle and North Middleton Township.
I graduated from Boiling Springs High School in 1966 and joined the U.S. Army Reserves. For the next several years I worked various construction jobs ending as a Construction Superintendent.
In 1973 I took a position with the then Department of Environmental Resources in Harrisburg. I retired from the Department of Environmental Protection in 2008 as a Senior Civil Engineer
involved with the design and construction of flood protection projects and dams for the Commonwealth. During those years I attended HACC and Penn State Capitol Campus studying Engineering.
I began my association with SMT In 1998 when I was named the Emergency Management Coordinator for the SMT. This is a Governor- appointed position through SMT.
The position is responsible for producing an emergency action plan for SMT. In 2003 I was named the Emergency Services Administrator as well.
This position has supervisory responsibility over all emergency services in SMT. To date, I continue to hold both of these positions in SMT.
Prior to my association with SMT I held various positions including 10 years as Fire Chief with the Union Fire Co., Carlisle. I clearly have a soft spot in my heart for the Fire Service.
Rick Reighard is a native of Johnstown, PA and has been a resident of Cumberland County since 1984
and of South Middleton Township since 1994. Both his sonís and daughterís families live in the Boiling Springs area
as do Rick and his wife. These strong family ties to the area, his interest in local history, an interest in maintaining
the rural environment along with controlled development and a desire to contribute to the community led to his interest
in the Planning Commission and his appointment in 2004. He has a Bachelors degree in Business Administration.
Rick has extensive management experience with IBM, Morrison-Knudsen Corp as well as 2 local companies in the areas of logistics
and warehousing, manufacturing, and building design and retrofitting. He retired early and now operates a one-person