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Rev. Huff seeking re-election to Tyrone Area School Board

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Rev. Norman E. Huff, a veteran member of the Tyrone Area School Board, is seeking another term in office.
Huff has served on the board for 10 years. He is seeking re-election for another four year term.
“I believe that we have one of the best school districts in the state and I want to continue to see that we remain the best,” Huff said. “The main reason for running for school directors is our children, youth and teachers. We have a great faculty and administration, and we want to support them in giving the very best to our school district.”
Huff and his wife Anna Mae have been married for over 50 years. They have four children: Gary, Tim, Susan Daly and Debbie Estright. They have seven grandchildren, two of which attend school in the Tyrone Area School District.
Huff is a retired pastor of the United Methodist Church. He served as pastor at Tyrone’s Church of the Good Shepherd for many years. He graduated from Lewistown Area School District, Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA and received his Master’s Degree from American University (Wesley Theological Seminary) in Washington, DC.
Huff is a member of the Tyrone Kiwanis Club, Golden Eagle Monogram Club, the Salvation Army Board, Food Bank Board and serves as a volunteer at Epworth Manor and the Tyrone Food Bank.
“I hope I can be a good representative to the district for the people of Tyrone,” Huff said.