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|Paul J. Evanko|
|17th Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police|
March 21, 1995 – March 2003
|Preceded by||Glenn A. Walp|
|Succeeded by||Jeffrey B. Miller|
Paul J. Evanko is a former commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police, as which he served from February 1995 until March 2003. In that capacity, he was a member of the Governor's Cabinet under Governors Tom Ridge and Mark Schweiker.
- DENISE MASLOW, LINDA WELLER,MARY DOE, NANCY DOE, and L.H.,Plaintiffs; MICHAEL K. EVANS, PAUL J. EVANKO,THOMAS COURY,HAWTHORNE CONLEY, ROBERT G. WERTS,THOMAS J. LACROSSE,ROBERT B. TITLER, DAVID B. KREISER,HUNSICKER, KEVIN T. KRUPIEWSKI and GARY FASY, Defendants, No. 01-CV-3636 (UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA June 25, 2004).