Chris Witmer, Term 2014-2017, graduated from the Pennsylvania State University and resides in Berks County.
He is a former board member of the Pennsylvania German Society.
She is the author of two editions of “Cumberland Valley Barns: Past and Present.” Her second edition includes the photography and field notes of HBFF member Phil Schaff.
R Thomas Berner is a freelance writer and photographer who has self-published two books about barns, Pennsylvania Barn Stories and Pennsylvania Quilt Barns.
Glass earned his bachelor’s degree from Millersville in 1953, his master’s and doctorate in geography from Penn State in 19, respectively.
He served in the United States Army from 1953-1955.
He taught at Hempfield High School from 1955-61, and was a professor of geography from 1961-1990 at Millersville University.
A long-time member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum (VAF), he was a tour leader for the 2004 VAF conference held in Harrisburg and also produced segments of the Tour Guide for that conference.
She is the president and founding member of the Saucon Valley Conservancy, an all volunteer non-profit organization whose primary goal is the preservation of the Heller Homestead and Barn owned by Lower Saucon Township.
She feels very strongly about preserving our heritage through historic preservation and environmental protection.
His special focus is in House Histories of historic homesteads in southeast Pennsylvania and beyond.
A student of early vernacular architecture since 1971, Huber has specialized in pre-1830 barn and house architecture of Holland Dutch and Pennsylvania Swiss-German.