Killion Joins Wanner Associates

This former state Senator has a new job with a Harrisburg-based firm. 

First reported by the Daily Local News, former state Sen. Tom Killion (R-Delaware) has joined Wanner Associates. 

“I am excited to be of service to the clients of Wanner Associates, which include health and human services, building trade, economic development, recycling, energy, professional services and education sectors, to name a few,” Killion said in a press release

“Tom Killion’s years of experience in the legislature, as well as in small business, is a welcome addition to our firm and the clients we serve” said John Wanner, President and Founder of Wanner Associates. 

The firm also promoted the news on its Facebook page

Wanner Associates, a Harrisburg-based full-service government relations and association management firm, was established in 1985. 

According to its website, Wanner Associates promotes earning a “bipartisan reputation for creative strategies and producing results.” 

Killion was first elected to represent the 9th District in the state Senate in 2016 by defeating Democrat Martin Malloy by 13 points during a special election. Killion later bested Malloy by just under 3 points later that year to earn a full term in the state Senate. 

He was defeated by Democrat John Kane by 4 points in his 2020 reelection bid. 

Prior to serving in the state Senate, Killion represented the 168th House District from 2003-2016. From 1992-2000, he served as the Chairman of Delaware County Council.

7 Responses

  1. KILLION……………………………

    I’ll be back ………………………………….

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      1. you’re a sleazy asshole imposter with no no self-respect or integrity posting lies on a website

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