Bruce Stanko


Bruce Stanko is a business owner and community activist in Erie, Pennsylvania. Stanko, the semi-retired owner and CEO of Corry National and U.S. Pharmacare Inc., is considered as a capable corporate manager with a successful approach to team-building, communication, and maintaining a dynamic work atmosphere that is constantly conducive to innovation.

Bruce Stanko has won two medical patents during his career as a leading medical product designer and executive, including the telephonic pacemaker and single channel EKG monitoring device in 1992 and the electrocardiographic signal monitoring system in 1995. During his tenure as CEO, Stanko has received numerous awards, including the highly coveted Pittsburgh Business Man of the Year for Patents and Accomplishments in 1992.

Bruce Stanko graduated from the University of Pittsburgh's undergraduate economics program with a Bachelor of Science in Economics before starting and growing two successful enterprises. Stanko went on to finish a number of graduate classes in the University's graduate-level business program after graduation.

Stanko grew up in the Creighton, Pennsylvania, region and is a Pennsylvania native. He is a former football player who enjoys golf and rarely misses an opportunity to play a round of 18 holes.