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Moosic resident among new Wyoming Seminary trustees


February 16. 2013 10:14PM


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Moosic resident Robert Tamburro is among four new members elected to the Board of Trustees of Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School.

In addition to Tamburro, a 1991 graduate, are John Dowd of Lehighton, Kathi S. Flack of Dallas and Shavertown resident Jeffrey Metz, a 1988 alumnus.

Tamburro serves as Trustee, General Partner of TFP Limited, a Wilkes-Barre based real estate development and management firm. He serves on the boards of the United Way of Wyoming Valley, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Geisinger Wyoming Valley, and Lackawanna Valley Heritage Partners. He also serves as first vice president of the Luzerne County Community College Foundation, as treasurer of SAFE (Supporting Autism and Families Everywhere) and on the President's Council at Misericordia University.

In addition, he served as president of the Wyoming Seminary Alumni Council. He chaired the Sem Open Golf Tournament committee for four years and participates in many other alumni and school activities. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he received the Sem Outstanding Young Alumnus Award in 2003 in recognition of his professional accomplishments and contributions to the school.

He also takes interest in the Tambur Family Foundation, a philanthropic trust founded by his parents, Robert and Virginia Tambur.


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