Walt Omlor is a lifelong resident of Upper Providence, and it is where he and his wife Susan have raised their two children. A graduate of Penncrest High School, Walt also has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Widener University and has earned 36 credits toward a master’s degree through Cheyney University. Additionally, he has completed the required course for initial certification by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, and the yearly requirements to continue certification as Constable.
Over the years, Walt has volunteered his time and expertise to support numerous local organizations, including Delaware County Fireman’s Association, Emergency Health Services Council, Board of Fire and Life Safety, Media Fire Company, Media Little League, and the United Methodist Church of Media.
Since 1989, Walt has been employed by the County of Delaware. He has served our community as the County Seatbelt Safety Coordinator, the Director of Highway Safety & Grants Special Projects, Executive Director of the Emergency Services Training Center, and, most recently, as the Director of Communty Service. Walt also served in the PA National Guard for 12 years.
Walt Omlor has lived his life in service to his community. His personal mission is to continue to serve and protect its people.