Town Hall Meet the Legislator: Rep. Tracy Pennycuick, Dist. 147 and Rep. Tim Hennessey, Dist.26

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State Rep. Tracy Pennycuick, District 147

Tracy Pennycuick was sworn into her first term as a state representative on Jan. 4, 2021, in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

For the 2021-22 Legislative Session she has been appointed to serve on the following committees: Commerce, Game and Fisheries, Urban Affairs, and Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness.

Pennycuick is a United States Army combat veteran who retired from the military after 26 years of both active and reserve service. During her military career, she served as a helicopter pilot, aviation maintenance officer, company commander, human resources officer, executive officer, efficiency expert, and foreign liaison to the UK Ministry of Defense.

She continues to serve the veteran community as a volunteer veteran service officer and board member of several veteran-focused nonprofits.

She has also worked in the business consulting industry, aviation services industry, been a successful small business owner, and served as the director of Veterans Affairs for Montgomery County.

Pennycuick has a bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s degree in public administration.

She lives in Harleysville with her husband, Rick. They have four adult children and two grandchildren.

Learn more about Representative Pennycuick.


Featuring State Representative Tim Hennessey, Dist. 26

State Representative Tim Hennessey, District 26

A long-time community servant as a legislator, dedicated attorney, trial attorney with the public defender’s office from 1973 to 1992, and lifelong resident of Chester County, Tim Hennessey has represented the residents of the 26th District since 1993.

In the House, Hennessey serves as the Republican Chairman of the Transportation Committee.

During his tenure, Hennessey has authored legislation helping local governments tackle the problems of urban blight and abandoned property. He is the author of Act 64 of 1997, which waives the advertising and bidding requirements for the sale of township real property to nonprofit community development corporations, as well as the Weed and Seed Legislation, Act 146 of 2002. He also is a strong advocate for property tax relief and improving schools throughout the Commonwealth. Learn more about Representative Hennessey.

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