Linden woman seeks prothonotary post
Kathryn L. Probst, of Linden, has announced she will seek the Republican nomination for Lycoming County Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts in the May primary.
Since 2017, she has served as county deputy prothonotary following her appointment to the post by Prothonotary Suzanne Revak-Fedele.
Probst earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Ashford University in 2016.
A graduate of Williamsport High School, she obtained a state license in cosmetology from the former Williamsport Area Community College
She continued her education to become a state licensed teacher of cosmetology from the State Beauty School.
Probst graduated from Polley Associates as a state licensed realtor and earned her state brokers license in real estate. She won several awards for sales and leadership from Prudential/Hodrick Realty during her tenure with that company.
Probst was employed with Susquehanna Bank as assistant manager/head teller, working there through the transition to BB&T.
She has been involved with different organizations, including Annunciation Church St Joseph’s School as school board treasurer, board member on the USBC Women’s bowling Association and as president of various bowling leagues.
She was among the first members of the Fanny in the Susquehanny Float organization to raise money for muscular dystrophy and Relay for Life events.
With her overall experience with management and customer service and a willingness to learn and desire to help maintain the office, Probst says she is the only candidate with knowledge of the Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts office’s policies and procedures.
Probst said she plans to continue with the integrity and dedication to the position and plans to use her experiences to bring fresh ideas and positive solutions that enhance the performance of the office of Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts.
Married to Terry Probst, they are the parents of three daughters and four grandchildren.