Democrat Joyce Moore is challenging incumbent Republican Daniel J. Mohr. Mohr has been in office for 12 years.
Moore, 58, is a former Glendon borough councilwoman and council vice president. She serves on the Emmaus/Upper Milford Environmental Advisory Council as well as several boards, including the United Friends School, The Philadelphia Folksong Society, and many governing committees at her church, both local and regional.
A long-time Zionsville resident, Moore attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and has served as a board member of the Spring Garden Children’s School and The League of Women Voters. She is a financial advisor/investment advisor who runs Joyce Moore Financial Services, which has been in business since 1991. Prior to that she was a management consultant.
Mohr, 59, has been a member of the Upper Milford Planning Commission for 18 years. He’s owned and operated Mohrs Plumbing & Heating Inc. for 24 years and has lived in Upper Milford Township his entire life.
Mohr has been a member of the Vera Cruz Community Association since 1989, serving as president, treasurer, and chairman of several committees including the Vera Cruz Homecoming and Halloween Parade committees. He is also a delegate board member of the East Penn Business Council to Upper Milford Township.
Mohr is the current chairman of the three-member Upper Milford Board of Supervisors and is seeking this third term on the board. Supervisors serve for six years.