PA: How Chairman Got SEPTA on the Track to Become No. 1 Transit Agency
Dan Geringer Source: The Philadelphia Daily News
Back in 1995, Pat Deon, a Bucks County businessman newly appointed to SEPTA's board of directors, had his first meeting with General Manager Lou Gambaccini — who had spent decades as a living legend across the Delaware River, where he helped create...
Deon's come a long way from his "dollar a holler" radio days in Bucks County. He doesn't need a parade down Broad Street to tell him SEPTA's No. 1.
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