#1 Anthony Lubrano

“As I travel around this country, I am inspired by so many of you. Your love for Penn State and who WE ARE is very clear.”

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Position Statement

I asked for your support three years ago because I was outraged over the firing of Joe Paterno. At the time, though I did not realize, I should have also been equally outraged over the manner in which the employment of Graham Spanier, Tim Curley, and Gary Schultz was handled. The leadership demonstrated by these four men throughout their more than 125 years of combined service to Penn State was visionary. Penn State grew in stature both academically and athletically during their tenure, and we have been hard pressed to replace their leadership.

Having served my alma mater the past three years, I now more fully understand the reason Coach Paterno stayed at Penn State for 61 years. And, it is simple — all of you. As I travel around this country, I am inspired by so many of you. Your love for Penn State and who WE ARE is very clear.

I am also proud to once more have the support of Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship. Now I again ask for yours. This election is once again about governance. Our leaders failed us on November 9, 2011 and they continue to fail us almost three and a half years later. Their unwillingness to defend our great school and its culture is evident. Moreover, the lack of transparency and accountability in the way they conduct business must change. Reform is needed now. We deserve better.

My commitment to you is that I will continue to be more than they have been; I will be FULLY engaged in the business of Penn State.


The Pennsylvania State University, 1982, Business

Professional Background

Financial Planner, A.P. Lubrano & Company Inc.

Current Residence

Exton, Pennsylvania

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Biographical Sketch

Anthony P. Lubrano graduated magna cum laude from Penn State in 1982 with a B.S. degree in accounting. He immediately began his career in NYC with Deloitte Haskins & Sells during which time he obtained his CPA, went on to join a division of Goldman Sachs and subsequently First Boston Corporation. In 1989 he founded A.P Lubrano & Co., Inc., a financial services & wealth management firm based in Paoli, PA specializing in group retirement and estate planning. While serving as President, his firm has grown to include more than 20,000 clients in 48 states, as well as over $500 million in assets as of December, 2014.

A lifetime member of the Alumni Association and a member of the Nittany Lion Club, Anthony served on the Athletic Committee at Penn State during the Grand Destiny Campaign, a fundraising effort that resulted in over $1.3 billion in gifts. A former member of the baseball team at his alma mater, his lead gift to Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics led to the construction of Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, a 5,400 seat baseball stadium that opened June,
2006. Anthony is also a member of the Laurel Circle of the Mount Nittany Society as well as the Presidents Club.

He is the proud father of three daughters. His oldest is a 2011 graduate from the Smeal College of Business, his middle daughter a 2014 graduate of Brown University, and his youngest daughter a sophomore at the University of Maryland.