Press Release

January 29, 2013

Looking Ahead To A New Year - Board of Directors and Executive Committee Named at January Meeting

Looking toward their ninth year, Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation (WFEEF) elected the following Board Members at the January meeting:

Russ Schleiden was named Chairman of the Board. Russ was one of the founders of this foundation. He is
CEO of Penn's Cave and Wildlife Park. Russ currently lives in Centre Hall.

Elected President, John Frailey, a lifelong resident of Stroudsburg, takes great pride as a member of the
family owned business, Frailey Insurance Agency. Started in 1937 by his father, he is proud that his son and
daughter are now partners with him in serving the Poconos region.

Elected Vice-President, James Eckles is President of Pittsburgh-based JSA Architecture and Engineers and
Plans Examiners, Inc. A native of Pennsylvania, Jim designed the Wildlife and Education Center, the Capital
Campaign project of the Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation. Jim currently lives in Pittsburgh.

Elected Secretary, B. Michael Schaul is President of The WHM Group. Mr. Schaul brings his expertise to
this foundation with his proven track record of turning environmental challenges into business opportunities
for their clients, while still protecting and preserving our environmental assets. Mike currently lives in

Elected Treasurer, Michael Mulvihill is semi-retired from College Marketing Technologies, Inc., Libertyville, IL where he was the Regional Vice President. Mike was also the Dean of Admissions and Student Aid at the
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Mike currently lives in Crosby.

Janet Nyce of Elliottsburg just completed her term as president and continues her leadership on the Executive
Committee as past president. Janet is a strong advocate of education, especially of young people, in shooting
sports and conservation.

In addition to the above members of the Executive Committee, the following complete the Board of Directors:
John Blaschak, Montoursville; James Campbell, Camp Hill; James Crawford, Montoursville; Gregory Isabella,
Newtown Square; David Putnam, Centre Hall; John Riley, Scotrun; and Robert Schlemmer, Export.

Wildlife For Everyone Endowment Foundation was formed to make certain that what we have enjoyed as
young people and adults will be here for our children and grandchildren. This 501 (c)3 non-profit organization
provides an avenue of funding to projects and organizations to help enhance Pennsylvania's natural resources
as well as promote the rich tradition of hunting and conservation. WFEEF is the ONLY foundation dedicated to ALL 467 species of wildlife and their habitat found throughout Pennsylvania.

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