Michael James Schofield
Michael Schofield graduated from high school in Reading. He later attended Pennsylvania State University and graduated in 1958. Shortly thereafter, he was commissioned in the U.S. Navy and served four years. Michael married Imogene Nelson on June 30, 1962, at the U.S. Naval Base in Philadelphia.
Michael worked in food sales for Procter and Gamble. In 1982, he decided to start farming in Millerstown.
Michael became a member of the Greenwood School Board and a HACC delegate. He was on the selection committee for HACC President Edna Baehre and participated in the ground-breaking ceremonies at HACC’s Lancaster and Gettysburg Campuses. He was a strong supporter of Phi Theta Kappa and was often invited to functions because of his interest and involvement. The Michael James Schofield Scholarship supports members of Phi Theta Kappa.
Michael served as a member of the HACC Board of Trustees until his death in May 2000.