Schuylkill County Pennsylvania
Office Of The Coroner
David J. Moylan, M.D., Coroner | Joseph Weber, M.D., Chief Deputy | Eric M. Mika, Esq., CELA, Solicitor
About the Schuylkill County Coroner
On behalf of the Schuylkill County Office of the Coroner, we extend our deepest sympathy to you during this time.
The Schuylkill County Coroner’s Office works diligently to assure our daily work is directed at assisting the
families who survive the loss of a loved one. While our work is centered about sudden, violent and traumatic
death situations, the driving mission of our Office is centered about service to the living family and friends
who are the victims of a tragic loss. Our services are directed at understanding the truth about how and why
their loved one died and service directed at revealing and enacting any means of preventing future, similar deaths
within our County.
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY OFFICE OF THE CORONER | NEW OFFICE
Following the election of Dr. David J. Moylan to the position of Schuylkill County Coroner, the Schuylkill
County Office of the Coroner moved from the Schuylkill County Emergency Management Building to a new, more
spacious state-of-the-art office located at 15 Alliance Street, New Philadelphia, PA 17959. New Philadelphia
is very close to the geographic center of Schuylkill County. The new office location is conveniently located
less than 10 minutes from the Schuylkill County Courthouse, features office spaces, a toxicology storage
room, and a large conference room for meetings with families, investigators, and staff. The Mobile Morgue
equipped with a cold storage facility is also located at the same address. All lease hold improvements were
made at no costs to the taxpayers. The current monthly rental fee is exactly the same as the charge for
storage space alone paid by the County prior to 2012.
SCHUYLKILL COUNTY OFFICE OF THE CORONER | INTERACTION WITH OTHER AGENCIES
The Schuylkill County Office of the Coroner interacts regularly with other State and Federal Authorities, including:
- The Department of Transportation - for vehicular death issues
- The National Transportation Safety Board - for airplane and train crashes
- The Department Occupational Safety and Health Administration - concerning workplace hazards,
- The Federal Bureau of Investigation - in instances of federal law violations,
- The Consumer Product Safety Commission – with respect to deaths potentially related to consumer products,
- The Drug Enforcement Agency – when deaths occur secondary to the use and abuse of drugs, and
- The Pennsylvania Department of Health and Center for Disease Control – when circumstances about a death
are related to a potentially contagious disease and/or a potentially bio terroristic situation.
(This list is not an inclusive list of Agencies with whom the Schuylkill County Office of the Coroner interacts.)