Michael W. “Mike” Brubaker (R36) Chester and Lancaster Counties 2006-2014
Michael W. “Mike” Brubaker, born 1958, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; son of William and Mary Alice Brubaker; Manheim Township High School, 1976; Sigma Chi Fraternity, West Virginia University (B.S.), agronomy, 1981; president, The Brubaker Corporation; president, owner, Brubaker Agronomic Consulting Service; elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 36th district, 2006-2015married Cindy; 3 children.
President, The Brubaker Corporation; president, owner, Brubaker Agronomic Consulting Service.
Professional titles; business ownership; board memberships; local government; club memberships:
Board of directors, Lancaster Chamber of Commerce; member, Pennsylvania Parks and Forest Foundation Board, State Planning Board, Lancaster County Agricultural Preservation Board, Pennsylvania State Grange, Pennsylvania Energy Advisory Board; member, Chesapeake Bay Commission, Farm Foundation, Bennett Round Table, Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, American Agriculturalist Foundation, State Agricultural and Rural Leaders Board, Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Agriculture (PSPA), Ephrata Area Education Foundation, National Rifle Association of America, Millcreek and Cooper Hill Sportsmen’s Clubs, Lancaster County Career and Technology Foundation Board, Honorable Order of the Kentucky Colonels; founding member, Ephrata Area Education Foundation; chairman, Warwick Township Board of Supervisors, Lancaster County Township Supervisors Association; honorary member, National Future Farmers of America Organization.
National Communicator of the Year, United States Consultant of the Year, 1998; Manheim Township High School District Alumni, 2009; Lancaster Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year; National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants National Speaker of the Year; National Federation of Independent Business Guardian of Business- 2007-2010.
Elected, Republican, Pennsylvania State Senate, 36th district, Chester and Lancaster Counties, 2006-2014; caucus member, Joint House and Senate Autism, Children’s Environmental Health; Pennsylvania legislative Sportsmen’s; Lupus; Community College, Joint Senate and House Pennsylvania Fairs; Biotechnology/Life Sciences; co-chairman, Bipartisan Legislative Energy; co-chairman, Hunger; chairman, International Commerce; Military Installation and Base Development; Pro-Life; Sportsmen’s, Susquehanna River Legislation; Not for Profit; Agricultural and Rural Affairs; member, Chesapeake Bay Commission; Joint Legislative Air and Water Pollution Control and Conservation Committee; co-chairman, Council of State Governments; International Committee; committee assignments, Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Appropriations, Banking and Insurance, Finance (Chairman), Game & Fisheries, State Government (Vice Chairman).
The Pennsylvania Manual, (2009-2010). Trostle, S. (Editor). (Volume 119). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; pages 3-35, 3-39. Biographies of Members of the Senate, page 3-15.
The Pennsylvania Manual, (2013-2014). Phillips, S. (Editor). (Volume 121). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; pages 3-35, 3-39. Biographies of Members of the Senate, page 3-15.