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Upper St. Clair Man Selected As New Peters Township Chamber Executive Director

Brian Schill replaces Carol Foley who died this summer after serving the chamber for the past 25 years.

The Peters Township Chamber of Commerce has selected South Hills resident Brian Schill as their new Executive Director. He replaces Carol Foley who died this summer after serving the chamber for the past 25 years.

Schill, a retired Lieutenant Colonel, spent 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and served as a pilot with the 171st Air Refueling Wing until his retirement in 2006.

He is the immediate past president of the Rotary Club of Upper St Clair - Bethel Park, the public relations director for the Military Affairs Coalition of Western PA and a board member of the Clarion University Alumni Association, the Combined Federal Campaign and the Pittsburgh Region of the Jefferson Awards for Public Service.

"I am looking forward to serving the businesses and residents of Peters Township and surrounding communities," said Schill. "It will be an honor to build on Carol’s outstanding work—a road well paved."

"Brian’s unique combination of business advocacy, community awareness and technical prowess made him a top-line candidate for our position. We are extremely happy to have Brian and his vast knowledge and expertise to draw upon in the communities of southwestern Pennsylvania. We look forward to providing Peters Township area businesses and residents a venue and resource for information for any and all professional needs that may arise," said Joe Jasek, board president.

Schill and his wife, Linda, have 3 children—Luke, Derek and Brianna—and reside in Upper St Clair.

The PTCC office is located above the Citizens Bank at the Donaldson’s Crossroads Plaza. For more information, visit www.peterstownshipchamber.com. Schill can be reached at 724-941-6345 or Info@peterstownshipchamber.com.

Michael Silvestri October 19, 2012 at 11:12 AM
Brian is an excellent choice to fill the large shoes of Carol Foley. He will serve the businesses and the community well. M. Silvestri

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