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Patricia C. Schaible

Second Vice President

New Bern Sun Journal

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New Bern Sun Journal

3200 Wellons Blvd.

New Bern, North Carolina,28562

United States

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New Bern North Carolina


City of New Bern


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New Bern Preservation Foundation Inc


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Patricia C. Schaible
106 Lancy Lane New Bern, NC 28562 (252) 635-5332 Patricia C. Schaible, New Bern Board of Aldermen Ward 3 106 Lancy Lane New Bern, NC 28562 (252) 635-5332


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Pat Schaible was one of the last people to file as a candidate for Ward 3 on the New Bern Board of Aldermen.
Schaible, 64, of 106 Lancy Lane, is running against candidate Susan Namowicz for Alderman Denny Bucher's seat. Schaible, who is a newcomer to public office, said she was approached by several people who knew of her commitment to the city and thought she would make a good alderman and good decisions. "I decided to do it," she said. "I have a varied background working for the city. I can listen to the issues and I know how to make good decision based on the issues." Schaible said she wants to bring fiscal responsibility to the board. "I see how they voted on some issues and I question why they voted for such an expense," she said. "But I don't have the background they have. They have binders with information so I'm not being critical. I like to say I'm a steward of somebody else's money and I take it very seriously." Schaible, who moved with her family to New Bern seven years ago after retiring from her job in New Jersey, said she would also like to focus on economic development and historic preservation, including in the Five Points area. "A key thing is I live in Taberna and a lot of people don't realize that is part of the city, just like Carolina Colours and Olde Towne. We are part of New Bern. I will look at the interest of my ward as well as the city overall." Schaible said she thinks she has already shown how committed she is to the city. "I have demonstrated my commitment to the city of New Bern through my involvement with the 300th Anniversary celebration and my extensive volunteering within the community," she said in a statement. "I will study each issue and make an informed decision based on the best interest of my ward and the city. I will be working to ensure fiscal responsibility, foster economic development, promote tourism, enhance public safety, and capitalize on the appropriate use of city resources. I will be available at all times to answer questions from constituents and provide them with the latest information." Schaible said she looked forward to the election. "I look forward to serving the people in my area," she said. "I know I'll do a good job. I'll be available all the time and I love New Bern." Schaible is a retired manager of medical education programs at Merck & Co., Inc in New Jersey. "My position required extensive and varied decision-making responsibilities and strategic planning," she said. Schaible has been involved in many community service and volunteer activities, some include first vice-president, New Bern Preservation Foundation; chairperson, Depot 100; volunteer, New Bern Police Department; volunteer, New Bern Riverfront Convention Center; volunteer, Antique Show & Sale Committee; commissioner, Historic Preservation Commission; Tryon Civitan volunteer activities; chairperson, Spring Historic Homes and Gardens Tour; and chairperson, Taberna Charity Golf Outing. Schaible has a B.A. degree in organizational management from Cabrini College; and a M.A. degree from Villanova University. She and her husband, Tom, have four children and five grandchildren. Pat Schaible was one of the last people to file as a candidate for Ward 3 on the New Bern Board of Aldermen. Schaible, 64, of 106 Lancy Lane, is running against candidate Susan Namowicz for Alderman Denny Bucher's seat. Schaible, who is a newcomer to public office, said she was approached by several people who knew of her commitment to the city and thought she would make a good alderman and good decisions. "I decided to do it," she said. "I have a varied background working for the city. I can listen to the issues and I know how to make good decision based on the issues." Schaible said she wants to bring fiscal responsibility to the board. "I see how they voted on some issues and I question why they voted for such an expense," she said. "But I don't have the background they have. They have binders with information so I'm not being critical. I like to say I'm a steward of somebody else's money and I take it very seriously." Schaible, who moved with her family to New Bern seven years ago after retiring from her job in New Jersey, said she would also like to focus on economic development and historic preservation, including in the Five Points area. "A key thing is I live in Taberna and a lot of people don't realize that is part of the city, just like Carolina Colours and Olde Towne. We are part of New Bern. I will look at the interest of my ward as well as the city overall." Schaible said she thinks she has already shown how committed she is to the city. "I have demonstrated my commitment to the city of New Bern through my involvement with the 300th Anniversary celebration and my extensive volunteering within the community," she said in a statement. "I will study each issue and make an informed decision based on the best interest of my ward and the city. I will be working to ensure fiscal responsibility, foster economic development, promote tourism, enhance public safety, and capitalize on the appropriate use of city resources. I will be available at all times to answer questions from constituents and provide them with the latest information." Schaible said she looked forward to the election. "I look forward to serving the people in my area," she said. "I know I'll do a good job. I'll be available all the time and I love New Bern." Schaible is a retired manager of medical education programs at Merck & Co., Inc in New Jersey. "My position required extensive and varied decision-making responsibilities and strategic planning," she said. Schaible has been involved in many community service and volunteer activities, some include first vice-president, New Bern Preservation Foundation; chairperson, Depot 100; volunteer, New Bern Police Department; volunteer, New Bern Riverfront Convention Center; volunteer, Antique Show & Sale Committee; commissioner, Historic Preservation Commission; Tryon Civitan volunteer activities; chairperson, Spring Historic Homes and Gardens Tour; and chairperson, Taberna Charity Golf Outing. Schaible has a B.A. degree in organizational management from Cabrini College; and a M.A. degree from Villanova University. She and her husband, Tom, have four children and five grandchildren.


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