Paul is the author of “Neversink: Reading’s Other Mountain”- a history of Neversink Mountain in Reading. He also wrote and produced “Berks County- The First 250 Years”, a history video made in connection with the 250th anniversary of Berks County in 2002.
I’m a Berks County native who LOVES to travel to faraway places. If I don’t have the money for a trip (usually), I love to read about faraway places. (I have subscriptions to National Geographic magazine and Budget Travel.) I love to read everything, (I’m in a book club that makes sure I get a dose of whatever is out there.) I especially love historical novels. My spare time is invested in my local library (Hooray for our local libraries) and my church (where I still help out with Sunday School, even though my kids are all grown and married). Married to Paul Druzba, Mr. Copy of WEEU. He indulges me in my reading addiction, plus he keeps my vegetable garden alive when I get, umm, distracted.. He lets me drive when we go places and he doesn’t complain about it too much. I have three kids, all married, who live kinda close (Lancaster), not so close (Virginia) and far (Australia) and two grandkids in Virginia. Yes, I have visited Australia to see my son. I live in the woods in Union Township near French Creek State Park and my favorite times are the day I leave to go on vacation, and the day I return.