"Being Coroner requires good judgment and the ability to completely understand every possible extenuating circumstance surrounding an unexpected death, and to conclude with the highest degree of certainty, the cause and manner of death for those unfortunate whom I represent."


  • Presently serving as Wyoming County Deputy Coroner

  • Has investigated all types of deaths in Wyoming County including suspicious and natural

  • Has participated in autopsies for Wyoming County

  • Pennsylvania State Coroner Education Course (required)

  • American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI)

  • COVID-19 Response Occupational Epidemiology

  • Forensic Specialties Accreditation Board, Inc. 

  • International Association of Coroner's and Medical Examiners

  • Member of Pennsylvania Association of Coroner's 

  • Crime Scene Photography

  • Bloodstain Pattern Documentation, Preservation, and Collection 

  • Interpreting Post-Mortem Toxicology Results 

  • Autopsy and Investigation of Deaths in Custody 

  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome 

  • Fatal Fire Scene Examinations

  • Recovery of Physical Evidence and Context at the Outdoor Crime Scene 

  • Recovery of Physical Evidence and Context at the Indoor Crime Scene 

  • Recovery of Evidence at the Medicolegal Autopsy 

  • Establishing Identification

  • Special Forensic Cases

  • Courtroom Preparations, and Testimony