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October 30, 2019 - Annville, PA

Gov. Wolf Honors Inductees into Military and Veterans Affairs Hall of Fame

Annville, PA - Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs' prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvania's nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard. Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees.



<a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_001.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_002.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_003.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_004.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_005.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_006.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_007.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_008.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_009.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_010.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_011.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_012.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_013.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_014.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_015.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_016.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_017.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_018.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees. <a href="http://filesource.abacast.com/commonwealthofpa/photo/17557_gov_dmva_rjw_019.jpg" target="_blank">⇣ Download Photo<br></a>Governor Tom Wolf helped to honor two members inducted today into the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs prestigious Hall of Fame, recognizing their exceptional service to the department that supports Pennsylvanias nearly 800,000 veterans and 18,000 members of the National Guard.  Chief Warrant Officer 5 (ret.) John K. Schreier of Selinsgrove, Snyder County; and John A. Brenner (posthumously) of Mt. Wolf, York County, are the 2019 inductees.