Ed Mascharka III sworn in on Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission

Harrisburg, Pa. -– Edward P Mascharka III, of Erie County, has
been sworn in as the District 1 Commissioner for the Pennsylvania
Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC), representing Butler, Clarion,
Crawford, Erie, Forest, Lawrence, Mercer, Venango, and Warren
counties.

Commissioner Mascharka was nominated by Gov. Ed Rendell in late
March and was confirmed by the Senate on June 21. Commissioners
serve eight-year terms and are not compensated for their services.
Commissioner Mascharka’s eight-year term expires on June 21,
2018.

A lifelong outdoor, hunting and fishing enthusiast, Commissioner
Mascharka is the President and CEO of Janitors Supply Company,
Inc., a family business spanning all of Western Pennsylvania,
Eastern Ohio, Western New York, Northern West Virginia, and Western
Maryland. He is a graduate of Mercyhurst College in Erie with
Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration and Computer
Science.

Commissioner Mascharka is currently a member of the Presque Isle
Advisory Board, and a committee member for Ducks Unlimited.
Additionally, he is a team coach for the youth shooting squad at
the Erie Skeet Club. He has served as a board member of the Erie
Yacht Club, Bayfront East Side Task Force, and as a member of the
Governor’s Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation.
He is also a member of the PA Land Owners Associations, S.O.N.’s of
Lake Erie, NW PA Duck Hunter Association, Erie Skeet Club, Rocky
Mountain Elk Foundation and several other conservation
organizations.

Commissioner Mascharka and his wife Jane reside in Erie and have
four children, five grandchildren and a black Labrador
retriever.

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