Path to Wellness, Co-Chair
Amy joined Push Beaver County in 2013. She was born and raised in Beaver County. Amy graduated from Center Area High School in 1999. She followed her father’s and brother’s footsteps and graduated from California University of Pennsylvania and received her Masters in Business Administration.
She has been employed since 2003 at ExpressMed Pharmaceuticals as their Community Development Liaison. Also, Amy volunteers for Mother Theresa Hospice and was a past volunteer for the Watson Institute. Amy resides in Center Township with her daughter.
Keith joined PUSH Beaver County in 2009. He was born in Atlanta, GA and raised in Beaver County. Keith is graduate of Rochester Area High School, class of 2004. After graduation, Keith pursued a Design degree from Pittsburgh Technical Institute. Currently, he is a partner at SMC Consulting, LLC., and founder of TrueMX (TMX).
He devotes his spare time to other local organizations that promote community involvement to help build a better Beaver County for future generations. Keith resides in Brighton Township with his wife and son.
Golf Classic Chair
On the Board of Directors of HAP Enterprises, Inc., a private non-profit organization working with individuals with development disabilities. Randy is a Realtor Associate with BHHS in Beaver, having worked in that capacity since 1977.
He is an avid golfer and member of Beaver Valley Golf Club, where he enjoys many rounds of golf each year. Randy resides in Brighton Township.
2006 – 2007
Mark has been a member of PUSH Beaver County since its inception. Mark grew up in York County, Pennsylvania, however, the father of three is proud to call Beaver County his home since 1999. After continuing his education at Clarion University and Robert Morris University following his graduation from York Christian High School in York, PA, Mark has dedicated himself to taking care of the elderly in his professional life. Mark currently serves Rochester Manor + Villa, a 227-bed skilled nursing, personal care, and rehabilitation community as the Owner/Operator/CEO and President. Rochester Manor + Villa’s completion of a multi-million dollar transformation renovation as well as their commitment towards person-centered care and culture change, earned their community the Beaver County Chamber of Commerce’s Large Business of the Year award in 2015. Mark is active in the community, a member of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Beaver County Chamber of Commerce, and currently sits as the Vice President of the Fort MacIntosh Foundation. Mark and his wife Danielle live in Chippewa Township, Pa with their three children and Mark enjoys coaching soccer, cooking, general travel, and visiting the Gettysburg battlefield.
2006 – present
Nathan is a founding member of PUSH Beaver County. Nathan grew up in York County, PA where he graduated from Christian School of York in 1994.
Nathan continued his education at Clarion University and Robert Morris University for Business Management. He is currently Chief Operating Officer of Rochester Manor + Villa. Nathan resides in Chippewa with his wife and daughters.
2012 – present
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John has served as a director of PUSH Beaver County since its inception. He is a lifelong resident of Beaver County, born in Rochester and raised in Midland and Brighton Township. John is an alumni of Sts. Peter & Paul School, Beaver Area High School and Robert Morris University. Upon graduating from RMU with a BS in Business Administration, John followed his father‘s footsteps and entered the field of Industrial Construction, in the ferrous metals sector, specializing in Project Controls. Currently, he is the Vice President of Central Point, Inc., located in Midland, PA. John resides in Brighton Township.
2012 – present
2015 – 2016
2010 – 2011
Vine of the Valley Wine Festival
Alex has served on the Board of Directors since the inception of PUSH Beaver County. A native of Beaver, Alex attended Robert Morris University, where he earned a BS/BA in Business Administration. Alex began his career in the financial services industry in 2004 with the former Citigroup Smith Barney in Pittsburgh, PA and later worked for Merrill Lynch before joining Raymond James.
Path to Wellness Co-chair
PUSH 4 Pets Co-chair
Sharon joined PUSH Beaver County in 2012. She was born & raised in Beaver County and graduated from Western Beaver JSHS. She has a degree in Communication from Robert Morris University.
She began her career in the financial services industry in 1999 with The Warner Companies in Baltimore, MD. She returned to Beaver County in 2005 and was a financial advisor with MetLife. Most recently, she worked in PNC Bank’s Financial Planning department and in 2014 moved to Time Financial as a Regional Insurance Specialist.
In addition to PUSH Beaver County, Sharon also sits on the board of the Midland Arts Council and was formerly the Vice President on the Merrick Art Gallery Associates Board. She currently resides in Ambridge.
Beaver County BOOM! Headquarters Event
Tina joined PUSH Beaver County in 2008. Tina has worked at Thursday’s Restaurant for more than 20 years. She was born in Homewood, Northern Beaver County where she served as mayor for 4 years. She moved to Beaver in 1982 where she resides now. She is a member of the Homewood Heritage Foundation. Tina has an adult son, daughter-in-law and grandson.
PUSH 4 Pets, Co-chair
Path to Wellness, Co-chair
Paula joined PUSH BC in December 2017. She had volunteered at many PUSH outings over 2-3 years before officially joining the board. Paula was born and raised in Beaver County. She graduated from Ambridge High School in 1992. She attended Duquesne University and graduated in 1997 with a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. Paula has worked as an OT for the past 20 years in a variety of settings (including acute care, rehab, outpatient, skilled nursing and most recently home health). Currently she resides in Chippewa Township. Paula enjoys volunteering her time and giving to others to help change and shape Beaver County for the better.
James A. Crozier
John C. Foster
Chris M. Malagise
Ronald D. Rojas, Esq.
Donn R. Wuycik (02/11/1954 – 12/02/2014)
In Memory of Donn R. Wuycik
February 11, 1954 – December 2, 2014
Donn R. Wuycik, 60, of Ambridge, died suddenly Tuesday, December 2, 2014, in Heritage Valley Sewickley, PA.
Born February 11, 1954, in Sewickley, PA, a son of the late Walter and Luba Louise Rudnitsky Wuycik, he had owned RSVP Answering Service of Ambridge, and was the former owner of WMBA 1460 in Ambridge.
Donn was a member of the Ambridge Eagles; former police chief for South Heights Borough; a member of Saints Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, Ambridge and a co-founder of PUSH Beaver County.
He is survived by two brothers, David W. Wuycik, Ambridge, and Dennis M. Wuycik, Chapel Hill, NC; a sister and brother-in-law, Daria A. and James Wooten, Welcome, NC; a niece, Carly Anne Wooten and a nephew, Samuel James Wooten.
“All good. All the time!”