Document 350669

John Mapp
Lycoming County
Edward Joseph White Jr. Patrice McIntosh
Constance “Connie”
Lynn Wright
Mercer County
Eric W. Williams
Maria C. Peralta
Montgomery County
Luionel Perez
Darryl Baker
Antonio Rivera
Jack St. Onge
Elijah Rosado
Deborah Harrison
Potter County
Anthony Palmieri
Northampton County
Richard Parker
Schuylkill County
Philadelphia County
Atlanta Deveney
Daron Drake
Nekeisha Eugene
Arthur Figeuiredo
Ronald Fischman
Aimee Girard
Monet Hall
Lawrence Quinn
Somerset County
Karen Louise Harkcom
Aubrinna Kovalcik
Caressa Kovalcik
Venango County
Lloyd “Bud” Shontz
Washington County
Richard Bauduin Jr.
Louise Weis-Edmonds
Westmoreland County
Holly George
Anita Sabol
Dawn Marie Wagner
York County
Jessica Mellinger
Billie Jo Bratton
Shirley P. Westheafer
Cari Stailey
Susquehanna County
John Webster
* List compiled from public records & police reports
Participating Legislators
(as of Oct. 8, 2014)
Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams)
Sen. Charles McIlhinney (R-Bucks)
Sen. Pat Vance (R-Cumberland)
Sen. Rob Teplitz (D-Dauphin)
Rep. Sid Michaels Kavulich
Sen. Mike Folmer (R-Lebanon)
Rep. Mike Schlossberg (D-Lehigh)
Rep. Daniel McNeill (D-Lehigh)
Sen. Bob Mensch (R-Montgomery)
Rep. Todd Stephens (R-Montgomery)
Rep. Marcy Toepel (R-Montgomery)
Rep. Mike Regan (R-York)
Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York)
Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York)
Rep. Keith Gillespie (R-York)
Rep. Brendan Boyle (D-Philadelphia)
Rep. James Roebuck (D-Philadelphia)
October 14, 2014
Noon – Opening remarks - Peg Dierkers, PCADV Executive Director Moment of Silence - Stephanie Maurer, mother of victim killed in 2008
Governor Corbett opening remarks
Roll Call - Names of domestic violence homicide victims are read
Closing Remarks - Governor Corbett
1:00pm – Adjourn - Peg Dierkers
Stephanie Maurer
Stephanie Garman Maurer worked for the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania for more than 20 years. From 1998 to
2013, she served in the Department of the Auditor
General, most recently as deputy auditor general for
performance audits in the administration of Auditor
General Jack Wagner. Earlier she worked in the private
sector both in banking and health care administration.
Her very first job after college was in teaching, and for
the past seven years she resumed that role part time as
an adjunct instructor at the University of Pennsylvania in
Philadelphia. She holds a master’s degree from
Shippensburg State University.
Kirsten Julia Maurer
In January 2008, Stephanie’s daughter, Kirsten, was murdered by her husband.
Stephanie subsequently began speaking out about domestic violence; she has
also served for four years on the board of the Pennsylvania Coalition against
Domestic Violence. Her two sons, Thomas, 32, and Seth, 28, often
accompany her to speaking engagements.
For more information about Kirsten, visit:
Pennsylvanians who have lost their lives due to domestic violence
October 2013–October 2014*
Allegheny County
Dereck Frye
Amy Gorsuch
Mark Hoey
Erin Hoey
LaRay Jones
Mickey Liposchok
James Payne
Luke Schlemmer
Daniel Schlemmer
Teresa Smith
Nancy Whiteside
Catherine Willett
Lauren Williams
Franklin County
Thomas Olson
Beaver County
Katelyn Francis
Patricia Thompson Lay
Lackawanna County
Kathleen Talerico
Silas Nelson
Berks County
Alexis Nogueras-Torres
Lancaster County
Melissa Joseph
Bucks County
Orlando Bronner
Karen Yiambilis
Lawrence County
Mariah Jai Anderson
Douglas C. Weingartner
Butler County
Dana Wilson Miller
Lebanon County
Milagros Lopez
Cambria County
Linsey Wolfe
Lehigh County
Etab Makhoul
Wilson Mejias
Thida Myint
Carbon County
Denise Wilkinson
Cumberland County
Mary Tolbert
Dauphin County
Heather Marie Bechtel
Jonathan Frysinger
James Harbst
Yevette Morrison
Delaware County
Christina Belajonas
Masako Griffin
Harry McCabe
Linda Rooney
Cion Styles
Deanna Winkelvoss
Erie County
Mary Burrows
Fayette County
Leah Fields
Luzerne County
Jeffery Evans
Ronald Evans
Dorothy Koreny
Camryn Lee Shultz
Michelle Volciak