Clark Hawkins grew up in the small towns of Dagus Mines, Toby, and Kersey, Pennsylvania, in Fox Township. In later years, he divided his time between Toby Valley and Gilbert, Arizona.
Clark received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Penn State University and his PhD in economics from Purdue University.
Clark taught at the University of Arizona, New Mexico State University, University of Arkansas, and Florida State University. While at Florida State, he, along with Charles L. Hubberd, coauthored the book Theory of Valuation in 1969.
Clark was invited to present his extensive financial and investment background expertise to universities and institutions of higher learning throughout the country and the world.
Throughout his career, Clark did continuous, extensive research in the area of utility regulations, specifically gas price regulation.
Geraldine “Gerri” Wolfe grew up in Dagus Mines, Pennsylvania, in Fox Township and presently resides in the nearby town of St. Marys.
Gerri received her bachelor’s degree in the field of secondary English from Clarion University of Pennsylvania and completed her graduate work at Clarion and Penn State Universities.
Gerri, a retired educator from the St. Marys Area School District, is an active member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association-Retirees, Seneca Highlands, serves on the governing board of the Office of Human Services, is president of the Fox Township Senior Center, and is actively involved in various other community and church organizations.