Officers & Staff

Chip Thrush, Interim President
Chip has many great memories from his playing and coaching days at Cedar Cliff High School involving Bob Craig. After leaving teaching and coaching, Chip remained friends with Bob as the two frequented the local golf courses. Chip has served on several boards throughout central Pennsylvania over the years and is a graduate of Lock Haven University. He has been in the financial services industry for the past 20 years and is presently at GL Capital Advisors of Lemoyne, PA.


Mark Gregory, Treasurer
Mark Gregory is a 1981 graduate of The Hill School, Pottstown, PA and a 1985 graduate of Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO. Mark is past president and former board member Boys and Girls Clubs of Central PA; a former board member Country Club of Harrisburg; an active volunteer with Channels Food Rescue, Harrisburg, PA; and a longtime personal friend of both Bob and Carol Craig dating back to his high school years. Mark is married to Maria Giannaris, Cedar Cliff Class ’79, has three children (Max, Ben and Sophie) in the West Shore School District, and is VP Operations Wilson Gregory Agency, Camp Hill, PA.


James Diebold
James Diebold sits on the Board of Directors of a national post acute hospital company and senior housing company and is a graduate of Penn State University.


Brian Kutz
Brian Kutz is a 2009 graduate of Cedar Cliff High School, and a 2013 graduate of Bloomsburg University. Brian is a CPA and works as a Tax Manager for Boyer & Ritter in Camp Hill. Brian also volunteers his time with the Salvation Army, United Way, and serves on Boyer & Ritter’s community outreach committee.


Chuck Clement

Chuck Clement is a graduate of Cedar Cliff High School (1975) and Canisius College (1980) in Buffalo, where he played basketball. Most recently, Chuck served for 30+ years as a local Magisterial District Judge. Chuck remains active in the Special Court Judges Association of Pennsylvania.  Coaching, mentoring and giving back to the community have always been part of his resume. "We all do better, when we all do better."


Elizabeth Gallo

Elizabeth is a 2012 graduate of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School in New Jersey and is a 2016 graduate of Messiah University with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and a minor in Sports Management. During her college career, Elizabeth interned with Gregg Mace at abc27, covering Friday Night Football and Opening Day with the Washington Nationals. She also served as a Newsroom intern for the New York Mets and the New York Jets in Midtown Manhattan. After college, Elizabeth worked for the Major League Baseball Network in Secaucus, New Jersey as a Broadcast Events Logger. In the Fall of 2016, Elizabeth moved to Pennsylvania and began working in the Greater Harrisburg area. A Pennsylvania transplant, Elizabeth volunteers her time with Messiah Lifeways as a Memory Support Volunteer, serves on Messiah University’s Alumni Council, is active in local and state politics, and can be seen serving Farm Show Milkshakes at different festivals, carnivals, events, and pop-ups all over the state!


Ken Dapp

Ken was born in Harrisburg and raised in New Cumberland. He attended Cedar Cliff High School playing football, basketball, track, and baseball and graduated in 1974. Ken played football for Coach Bob Craig and co-captained the 1973 team. After high school, he went on to the University of Pittsburgh receiving a B.S. in Psychology and was a member of the 1976 National Championship Football Team. Over the years, Ken worked for Bethlehem Steel, AMP Inc., Schaedler Bros., GES Technology, and then Schaedler Yesco, retiring in May 2022. During that period coached youth soccer and midget baseball. He helped raise funds for his favorite charities: CPARC, Easter Seals, and the Special Olympics. He coached football four years with Bob Craig at Cedar Cliff High School, at Boiling Springs High School (won a league championship), and six years at Lower Dauphin High School winning District 3 Gold and Silver metals. Ken lives in New Cumberland with his wife Denise, is a proud parent to Jeff and Stephanie, and grandparent to Chase, Brinley, Jason, Jacob and James.


Logan Stumpf

Logan was a student athlete and 2012 graduate of Cedar Cliff High School. The teams he was a part of held one of the most wins in school history and first Mid Penn Championship in school history. After high school, Logan went on to play basketball at Gardner-Webb University and West Chester University. After graduating from WCU, he worked in Conshohocken at 1847 Financial before pursuing the insurance industry along side his father. Logan was an assistant Varsity Basketball Coach at Cedar Cliff High School for six years and is extremely active in the local community. Logan and his father own Capital Region Insurance Agency located in Wormleysburg along the Susquehanna River.

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BCYF would like to thank Donny Carter and the Cedar Cliff class of 1973 for their recent generous donation to the Foundation.
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