SHIPPENSBURG — Andrew M. Paris, a 2002 graduate of Shippensburg University, and local business leader William A. Gindlesperger have joined the university’s council of trustees for a six-year term.
Two trustees, State Rep. Glen R. Grell, R-87, and Kenneth R. Shoemaker, were re-appointed to six-year terms. Grell joined the council in 1995. Shoemaker joined the trustees in 1989 and has served in various roles, including council chair.
Gindlesperger is chair of e-LYNXX Corp., which he established in 1975. A Chambersburg native, Gindlesperger was recognized for his role in saving 3,000 jobs during the Letterkenny Army Depot base realignment and closure period and was honored as the Chamber of Commerce Innovator of the Year.
Paris earned a bachelor of science degree in public administration from Shippensburg and is executive deputy director of policy and planning in the office of Gov. Tom Corbett. He specializes in statewide policy matters, including criminal justice and law enforcement, liquor control, gaming, emergency management and transportation.