Former Gov. David Paterson appointed Bill Scriber ’80 to the SUNY Oswego College Council for a seven-year term.
The College Council has 10 members, including nine citizens appointed by the governor plus the elected president of the college’s Student Association. It serves as an important governing board for the institution.
Active in educational and community activities in Oswego County, Scriber is employed by the Port of Oswego Authority as the manager of administrative services and port security. He is a decorated military veteran who served in Desert Storm/Desert Shield with the U.S. Army Special Operations Airborne Command.
At the state level, he is past president of the New York State Elections Commissioners’ Association.
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