Gilbert Woodley resides in Burrell Township with his wife Holly and daughter Ali. He attended Derry Area High School and Western School of Health and Business Careers graduating with a degree in Business Administration. Gilbert is also certified in Operational Excellence from Saint Vincent University and Scientific Process Controls from Community College of Allegheny County.
Gilbert moved to Burrell Township in 2004 and has played an active role in the community serving on the Burrell Township Park and Recreation Board, Burrell Township Vacancy Board, Judge of Elections, Assistant Troop Leader for the Girl Scouts, Communications Director for the Homer City/Blairsville Girl Scout Service Unit, and Burrell Township Auditor.
Gilbert and his family are active members of the Summit Church and have served in many volunteer positions such as Security, Usher, Prayer Team, Kids Town, and VBS.
Gilbert is employed by Kencove as a product specialist on the sales team. He also worked in Sales with Renda Broadcasting and Cleveland Brothers Equipment.
Gilbert has been active with the Indiana County Executive Republican Committee since 2009. He has helped with numerous campaigns at the grass roots level and continues to be hands on with all elections. Gilbert was elected Vice Chairman in in 2014 and in 2018 assumed the role as Chairman.
As Chairman he will oversee the overall operations of the Committee headquarters along with the executive responsibilities of this position. Fundraising will be primary in his duties while continuing focus in recruitment and participation in all activities of the committee.
In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family and friends especially keeping tune with his daughter and her many activities.
Ted Predko and his wife, Dora and two sons, moved to Indiana County in 1977. After attending a County Commissioners meeting, Ted decided he should become involved the workings of government. Since then, he has served as a Committee Member for Center#1 and an active member in the political process of not only the county but state and federal government.
Ted has worked on many campaigns for candidates in various offices over the years but was especially pleased to have the opportunity to shake the hand of then candidate, now President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.
Mr. Predko has served as past president of the Indiana County Republican Men’s Club and awarded the Lifetime Achievement award for distinguished service to the party, constituents and Indiana County. He also was bestowed the honor of Republican Man of the Year in 2007.
He and Dora are proud of their 63 years of marriage and remain active within their community and church with Dora serving the local senior center and Ted works part time in an addiction center. The Predko’s have two sons who both have served in the Navy.
Ted was honorably discharged after serving with the US Army Reserves and has been employed in a variety of occupations from steel mills, retail sales, gas and oil and the PA Department of Corrections.
Always active within the Indiana County Republican Committee and serving as a past secretary, Ted looks forward to the challenge of serving in the position of Vice Chair.
Ted’s motto has been by meeting others from other walks of life, you gain an understanding as to who they are, what they do and provide them the respect they deserve.
Sandra Gillette is a lifelong resident of Indiana County residing in White Township with her husband, Jerry. They have three grown sons and a grandson. Sandi has served as White 3/2 Committee member since 2001 as well as an officer of the Committee as acting Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary. Her role within the Committee has been especially dedicated to special event organization. Mrs. Gillette retired after 15 years as Senator Don White’s scheduler and as a constituent relations coordinator. Her years working with the Senator and constituents, sparred her interest in politics and the importance of a role in local involvement and grass roots activity. She is a golf enthusiast serving on the Board of Directors of the Women’s Golf Association of Indiana Country Club and an IUP basketball fan. Sandi enjoys working campaigns for Republican candidates, home remodeling and landscaping projects and the company of her Westie, Lizzie
Kimberly McCullough currently lives in Armstrong Township with her husband, Jeffrey McCullough Jr., and their three children. After graduating from Indiana Senior High School, McCullough studied Political Science and Pre-Law with a minor in Journalism for her Bachelor’s Degree at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. During her studies, McCullough was proud to receive the Patrick J. Stapleton Scholarship. With the hunger for knowledge, McCullough continued her education, with a graduate assistanceship, at Indiana University of Pennsylvania earning her Master Degree in Public Administration with concentrations in State and Local Government Management along with Human Resource Management.
Growing up as a Girl Scout herself, McCullough currently leads multiple Girl Scout troops and also participates in the Indiana County Girl Scout Service Team and the Indiana County Program team which coordinates activities for Girl Scouts all over the county. Additionally, McCullough is the Co-Director of the Indiana County Blue Spruce Girl Scout Day Camp.
Kimberly is a member of the League of Woman Voters of Indiana County. The McCullough’s attend Zion Lutheran Church serving on the Committee hosting the Back to School Bash and Katie’s Closet.
McCullough was selected, as one of 15 females across the state of Pennsylvania to participate in the 2014/2015 Anne Anstine Excellence in Public Service program. The Anne Anstine Excellence in Public Service prepares Republican women to be leaders in government, politics, and in the community. Only a selective few are chosen who show a level of involvement in public life as party leaders, elected or appointed officials, and/or as community leaders for this program.
Kimberly has participated in the Pennsylvania Rural-Urban Leadership Program (RULE) which encourages and fosters the development of adult community leaders from all segments of Pennsylvania. RULE explores public issue engagement, interorganizational networking, effective public decision making, strategic design, and sustainable relationships. Kimberly was one of 26 individuals chosen to be part of the 2015-2017 RULE program.
McCullough owns and operates her own house rental company with her husband.
After serving two years as an Indiana County Elected Auditor, McCullough was elected as the Indiana County Treasurer. Being only 27 years old, McCullough is Indiana County’s youngest Treasurer to be elected.
Jesse Daniel is an Indiana County native. He attended Indiana Area High School and Indiana University of Pennsylvania, from which he graduated with a degree in philosophy/pre-law in 2000. Immediately thereafter he gained acceptance to the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, during which he interned with the Honorable Lester G. Nauhaus of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, and worked in the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office in the appellate and general trial sections. He obtained a Juris Doctor in 2003, and was admitted to the Pennsylvania bar that same year.
Attorney Daniel returned to Indiana County the following year, joining The Serene Law Firm, PLLC, in April of 2004, later becoming a partner in 2012. In 2014, Attorney Daniel left The Serene Law Firm, PLLC, and started The Daniel Law Group, PLLC, where he practices to this day. Attorney Daniel has a general civil practice that handles real estate transactions, estate and trust planning and administration, and civil litigation, but he specializes in the areas of gas, oil, coal and mineral law, and election law, drawing upon legal work he has done in Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, and across several western Pennsylvania counties during his more than a decade of practicing law. Attorney Daniel was the lead attorney representing then President-Elect Donald Trump in 2016 in the Somerset County Court of Common Pleas when members of the Green Party filed an election contest challenging President Trump winning Pennsylvania’s electoral votes.
Attorney Daniel became active in the Indiana County Republican Committee in 2009, serving on the campaign committee and participating in grass roots campaign activities. In 2010 he worked as the co-chair of the Indiana County Committee to Elect now United States Senator Pat Toomey before being elected as chair of the Indiana County Committee in July, 2010. He was chair of the County Committee until 2018, when Indiana County Republicans elected him to be Indiana County’s Committeeman to the Pennsylvania State Republican Committee. In his free time he enjoys reading, writing, game playing and enjoying the great outdoors.
Also services as Row Officer – Register & Recorder, Clerk of the Orphan’s Court
Patrica Streams-Warman is a lifelong resident of Indiana County where she lives in White Township with her husband Scott and the family dog Schnitzel. Patty’s involvement started as Committee Secretary under Bob Kunkle, continued as President of the Indiana County Republican Women, and she currently serves as Indiana County State Committee Woman. She enjoys working with the candidates, helping with special events and working the fair booth.
Patty has served Indiana County as County Auditor for six years. She is currently serving her sixth term as County Register and Recorder. She is a past President of the Pennsylvania Recorder of Deeds Association, worked on their legislative committee and has served as President of the Pennsylvania State Association of Elected County Officials.
Patty’s favorite joy is spending time with her seven grandchildren. She plays in a hand bell choir, enjoys walking and watching the Steelers.