Commissioner Dennis Stuckey was born and raised in Bedford County, Pennsylvania and attended The Pennsylvania State University earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration and was an honors graduate with high distinction.
In 1979 Dennis moved to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with his family where he currently resides as a resident of Lititz Borough and began the first of what would be a 17 year relationship with Sperry New Holland, Inc.
Currently, Commissioner Stuckey is serving his third term on the Board of Commissioners for Lancaster County as the Vice-Chairman. Prior to being elected Commissioner, Dennis was serving in his second term as the Controller for the County, a position to which he was first elected to in 2001.
With a strong passion for the agriculture industry, Dennis is a member of the County’s Agriculture Preserve Board and the State’s Ag Land Preservation Board to which he was appointed by Governor Tom Corbett. Dennis previously chaired the Agriculture Committee of the County Commissioner’s Association of Pennsylvania and and now serves as 2019 Past President and Board Chair. Additionally, he attends both the local Cooperative Extension and Lancaster County Ag Council board meetings as a non-voting member.
Dennis served on the Lititz Borough Council from 1992 to 2001 and was President from 1994 until he resigned to assume the office of County Controller in 2002. He was also a Citizen Volunteer on the Warwick School District’s Building and Property Committee and Legal and Finance Committee. Dennis is a member of the Lititz Rotary Club, where he chairs the Student of the Month Committee.
Dennis and his wife, Mary Ann, are members of Lititz United Methodist Church and have two children, Jennifer and Paul, and four grandchildren, Madison, Owen, Alyssa and Alex.