Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

​Leaders from business, law and education, as well as many other sectors, comprise the Board of Trustees at Grove City College. Charged with leading the vision of the College, the Board and its smaller committees meet several times a year to develop and implement the College’s way forward.

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD

CHAIR
David R. Rathburn ’79
 
VICE CHAIR
Charlotte A. Zuschlag ’73
 
TREASURER
Philip W. Gasiewicz
 
SECRETARY
The Hon. Arthur J. Schwab ’68
 
BOARD MEMBERS
The Hon. Alice Moore Batchelder
J. Kenneth Blackwell
Courtney Babcock Borntraeger
Edward D. Breen 78
David Cashdollar 71
Samuel G. Casolari Jr., Esq. 83
Dr. Alejandro Chafuen 84
Diane Ellis
David G. Forney
Philip W. Gasiewicz
Joseph Gummel 75
Deborah Holt 84
Henry W. Hopeman
Theodore Johnson
Robb Jones, Esq. 75
Jack Kopnisky 78
Dr. Jody Lynne Mathie 77
Anne M. McClelland '81
Sally B. McKelvey '85
William A. Mehaffey 64
Ronald H. Miller 75
Douglas Muetzel 80
Dawn M. Owens 90
Raleigh Peters 95
David Porter, Esq. 88
David R. Rathburn 79
C. Dale Reis 67
Dan Sandman
The Hon. Arthur J. Schwab ’68
Milton W. Shlapak 59
Kiron K. Skinner
William Stewart 61
Allyson Baird Sveda 88
Charlotte A. Zuschlag 73
 
EMERITUS TRUSTEES
Louise (Slavcoff ’56) Baird
Elizabeth Breene Gilger
George R. Gunn, Jr.
Don A. Hayes ’59
Stanley M. Johnson ’60
Thomas M. Landin ’59
David M. Lascell, Esq., LLD 06
Harvey A. Miller Jr., Esq. ’40
The Rev. Richard A. Morledge, 54
Ole Nissen
Robert L. Nutt, Esq. ’67
 
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