The Borough > Officials & Administration
Albert Stagliano, Mayor
Terrie Stagliano, Council President
First elected to Borough Council in 1998, Terrie has served on many committees including the Parks, Public Safety and Personnel Committees. Terrie is also Collegeville
Borough's representative to the Lower Perkiomen Valley Regional Sewer Authority. Terrie has lived in Collegeville for over twenty years. She is the co-owner of
Stagliano's Barber Shop, Collegeville Shopping Center and is a Member of Saint Eleanor's parish. She is married to Albert Stagliano and has 2 daughters, 2 stepdaughters
and 4 grand children.
Arnold Mann has been a councilman since January 1992. He currently serves
on the Finance Committee and as chairman of the Streets and Roads
Committee. He is a member of the Planning Commission, the
Collegeville-Trappe Sewer Authority and serves as joint-chair of the
Collegeville-Trappe Public Works Committee. Previously he has served as
Council President and on the Personnel, Business Liaison, and special
committees to negotiate Police and Public Works contracts. He has been
involved for many years with PA DOT in the resolution of Rt. 29 and Main
Street/Perkiomen Bridge traffic problems.
Mr. Mann is a U. S. Navy veteran. He is a graduate of Drexel University
and is retired after a 33-year career in manufacturing management.
Arnold is an active member of Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ.
During his tenure on church council he served as President and Building
Committee Chairman. Arnold and his wife Marty organized a youth group at
Trinity and served as youth ministers for seven years.
Arnold and Marty have been Collegeville residents since November 1968.
They raised four children and currently have ten grandchildren In
addition to visits with the grandchildren, they enjoy traveling,
gardening, bowling, and hosting an annual family picnic each summer.
Louise-Marie Tulio has been a councilwoman since September 2002 and is in
her first term. She currently serves on the Personnel and Public Safety
Ms. Tulio is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University with a B.A. in
communications (91) and is employed by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
Ms. Tulio has been a resident of Collegeville for 27 years and resides in
the Locust Green neighborhood. She is a member of St. Eleanor parish where
she is actively involved with the youth group, altar servers and is an
Eucharistic Minister. She is also a member of the St. Bonaventure
University Alumni Association recruiting perspective students and Bona
Athletic Fund supporter of the SBU baseball team. Ms. Tulio enjoys spending
time with her family and friends, traveling, theater and sporting events.
Rowan's term began in January of 2006. Rowan holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Colby College, a J.D. from Boston College School of Law and an L.L.M. from the Beasley School
of Law at Temple University. Rowan works for Keenan, Ciccitto & Associates on Main Street in Collegeville. Rowan was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of
2004 and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in 2005. He is a member of the Montgomery County Bar Association, Pennsylvania Bar
Association and American Bar Association.
Rowan is an active member of the Collegeville Fire Company No. 1 and is also the financial secretary for the organization. Mr. Keenan grew up in Collegeville and plans on
staying in his hometown.
Hugh Braun began serving his first term on Council in 2012. He will be serving on the open space, and streets, roads and lighting committees.
Mr. Braun holds a B. S. Degree in education from West Chester University. He also holds a M.S. Degree in Curriculum and Supervision and a Principal K-12 certificate from
Penn State University. Mr. Braun currently works as a Program Director and Summer Coordinator at the Vanguard School in Paoli, PA.
Mr. Braun was born and raised in Montgomery County and has served the community as a State Constable. He is a current member of the Fraternal Order of Constables. Mr.
Braun is an avid sports fan and enjoys golf, curling and coaching his daughter's softball team.