Bryon Marshall

Bryon and his wife, Tammy, moved to Yardley Borough thirteen years ago. Since his arrival, Bryon has taken an active role in the community and has served our Borough in many ways. Bryon joined the Planning Commission where he served before being elected to Council. As a member of Council for two terms, Bryon has witnessed a great deal and has played an active role in delivering positive change. As the current President of Council, Bryon knows that his role is not merely a membership; rather, it is an activity.

Bryon spearheaded the efforts to professionalize the Police Department and has continually maintained an active role in public safety. Bryon also played a vital role in the creation and operations of the Yardley Community Garden, Canal-o-ween, Yardley Farmers' Market, and others. Bryon is a retired career law enforcement professional, attorney at law and has served as senior management in the public sector for over 20 years. By blending education, experience, practical application and managerial "know-how", Bryon continues to demonstrate his abilities and commitment to enhancing the quality of life and providing measurable, meaningful and beneficial improvements to our Borough.

Ryan Berry

As a life-long Bucks County resident and Pennsbury graduate, Ryan is a life-long learner who received a master’s degree in governmental studies at a state university. Ryan decided to settle in Yardley in 2012 and bought his first home in the Commons. Professionally, Ryan is a data analyst at a global media company.

For the past 15 years, Ryan Berry has demonstrated public spiritedness with an active and passionate interest in government, community service, and volunteerism. He is currently a first-term member of Yardley Boro Council, and previously served on various public boards and committees, ranging from environmental, historical, parks, and SEPTA-related areas.

Ryan is a registered non-partisan, who values bipartisan cooperation, independent-minded decision making, community engagement, and respectful public discourse.

Dan Mohn

Dan and his wife Cheryl have lived in the Borough for 20 years. First as renters on Harper Avenue near the train station, and since the birth of their 15 year old, home owners on Longshore Ave.

Dan served on Council for 4 years in the early 2000's along with current Mayor Chris Harding. During his time on Council, Dan was a leader in beginning the flood mitigation projects required to make resident's safe. He testified at a Congressional hearing on the need for flood mitigation in Yardley Borough. Dan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems from Moravian College.

Dan is member of the Yardley Historical Association, 4H parent, Chicken farmer, and has contributed to many community projects over the years.

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