Elected to the East Pennsboro school board in November, 2007, Mr. Curtis Alleman served a four year term before stepping down in December 2011. During his term Mr. Alleman excepted committee appointments to include the Assessment Committee and Professional Education Committee, Cost Savings and Revenue Generation Committee, Personnel Committee, Negotiations with PSEA and the Strategic Planning Committee..He also assist with the Title 1 Parent Advisory Committee. Along with these committees, Mr. Alleman was an alternate to the Cumberland Perry Vo-Tech School. Mr. Alleman has also served as the Region 6 representative for the Pennsylvania School Board Association’s (PSBA) Nomination Committee in 2009 and 2010 and was the 2011 representative on the PSBA Legislative Platform committee. Mr. Alleman also served as Assistant Regional Director for Region 6 of PSBA in 2010 and 2011 along with being the PSBA Liaison for East Pennsboro.
In 2005, he began serving the residents of East Pennsboro as a Committeeman, a position which he held until 2010 at which time Mr. Alleman decided to not seek re-election to the position. Prior to this, Mr. Alleman served the same position in both Southampton Township (Franklin County) and Otter Creek Township (Mercer County). He is the current President for the Cumberland County Volunteer Firefighters Association, Board Member for the Pennsylvania FIremen's Legislative Federation and is a board member for the advisory committee of the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Services Council (PEHSC). Mr. Alleman is also a former member of the Shippensburg Community Fair Board serving in this capacity from 1996-2006. In 2010 Mr. Alleman was elected South Central Regional Director for Firemen's Association State of PA (FASP) and is the former PA Director for Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association (CVVFA).
A resident of East Pennsboro Township since 2005, he currently resides in Enola with his Wife Amanda Alleman, daughters Alexis and Rebecca aling with his sons Parker and Aden. Alexis is a 9th grader at East Pennsboro High School and Parker is a 6th grader at East Pennsboro Middle School. Mr. Alleman also has a son Steven who attends school in the Waynesboro School District. His other son Curtis Jr. resides in the Indiana PA. Previously, Mr. Alleman lived in Greenville, Pa., and Axton, Va. Born and raised in Shippensburg, Curtis is the son of Jaye and Lu (Zinn) Alleman and has one sister, Deann. He is a 1996 graduate of Shippensburg Area High School (business curriculum) and studied Fire Science at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Certified as an Emergency Medical Technician since 2000, he currently volunteers as an EMT for Lawn EMS in Lebanon county where he currently hold the position of FTO (Field Training Officer). Curtis is currently an account executive with Municipal Marketing Services based in Pittsburgh PA. Mr. Alleman was also an certified in Virginia as an EMT-Intermediate until 2010. In addition to EMS, he works at Beaver Stadium for Penn State Athletics as an assistant Gate Supervisor and actively volunteers as a firefighter for Northeast Fire & Rescue Company 20 (Formerly Citizens Fire Company of Enola/Summerdale Fire Company) New Cumberland Fire Department, and the West Shore Bureau of Fire. Curtis is a member of the honor guard and drum line for the Lochiel Emerald Society of Harrisburg and is a proud member of Newport Masonic Lodge 381, Chambersburg Moose Lodge 482 and Hempfield Township Fire Department (Mercer County).
Mr. Alleman’s visibility in the community and his participation in the EPSD Title 1 Program are just two examples of his desire to see our future leaders excel. Dedicated to developing “world class performers and productive citizens,” his focus is on ensuring each student is provided a quality education and considers it an honor to have served as an elected director of the school board for East Pennsboro Area School District. This along with his activity with many community organizations shows his dedication to the community and state in his many roles as a community servant and leader. Curtis is also dedicated to the emergency services community and works hard pushing for additional funding and legislative issues for the fire and ems community at a local, regional, and state level.