WASHINGTON, D.C. – Pennsylvania State Trooper Seth Kelly and his wife Philomena have been invited by Congressman Tom Marino (R-PA-10) as his guests to the first State of the Union Address given by President Donald Trump.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Pennsylvania State Trooper Seth Kelly and his wife Philomena have been invited by Congressman Tom Marino (R-PA-10) as his guests to the first State of the Union Address given by President Donald Trump.
Corporal Kelly, a native of Wayne County, is a 13-year veteran of the Pennsylvania State Police and puts his life on the line each every day to ensure we are safe and protected. In November 2017, Corporal Kelly was injured from a gun wound shot during a routine traffic stop.
Kelly is from Mount Pleasant Township, Wayne County and graduated from Forest City Regional High School. He is assigned to Troop M, Bethlehem.
“Our men and women in uniform deserve the upmost respect and I am grateful for State Trooper Kelly’s service to the state of Pennsylvania,” Marino said. “Corporal Kelly’s service is an inspiration to us all and I am glad that he and his wife are in Washington, D.C. for this unique day in United States history. I encourage you and your families participate in this historic moment and tune in for President Trump’s State of the Union Address tonight.”
The State of the Union Address is scheduled for tonight at 9 p.m. EST (Tuesday, January 30). President will be addressing the 115th United States Congress.