Michael J. and Judge Felice Stack
LaSalle University, History, 1987; Villanova University Law School, J.D., 1992
Senator Stack was elected to his fourth term in the state Senate in November 2012 to represent Northeast Philadelphia’s 5th Senatorial District. He has been a relentless advocate for senior citizens, education, health care, and jobs. Senator Stack serves as a Captain in the Pennsylvania National Guard. He graduated from the Officers Basic Course competing with soldiers twenty years his junior. He led the charge for sanctions against Iran and Sudan. His anti-terror bill provides security to Israel and the United States by financially punishing terror states. He earned his law degree from Villanova University Law School; a BA in history from LaSalle University and graduated from LaSalle High School. Senator Stack comes from a family committed to public service. His grandfather, an immigrant, became a U. S. Congressman and co-sponsored the first minimum wage and Social Security bills. Senator Stack is a member of the Philadelphia Board of City Trusts, Share Shamayim Mens’ Club, co-chair of the Philadelphia Veterans’ Court Advisory committee, and a Fellow of the University of Pennsylvania Leadership Academy of the Fels Institute of Government. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Temple University. He is a member of the Chilean & American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, Daniel Boyle Division 88 Chapter of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Saint Katharine Drexel Knights of Columbus. Senator Stack is a member of the Somerton Civic Association and Friends of Pennypack Park. He is admitted to the Maryland and Pennsylvania Bar Associations. Senator Stack is married to the former Tonya Whitmore.