Board of Directors

Amy Amadio

Director

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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. Amy was a past volunteer for Mother Theresa Hospice and the Watson Institute. Amy resides in Hopewell Township with her daughter.

Keith Colamarino

Scholarship Co-chair

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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 Studio SMC., 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.

Beaver County Maple Syrup Festival | Community Development

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Matt has served on the Board of Directors since 2018 and accepted the position of Treasurer in 2019. He is a life long resident of Beaver County. Raised in Ohioville, he is a 1996 graduate of Western Beaver High School and graduated from Penn State University in 2001.

He began working in the Banking Industry in 2011 and currently manages the Beaver Banking Center for WesBanco Bank. Matt serves on several local boards including the Beaver County Chamber, Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Carnegie Library of Beaver Falls, and The Cornerstone of Beaver County. With a focus on community involvement, he devotes much of his spare time to building a stronger, more connected Beaver County.

Matt currently resides in North Sewickley Twp with his wife, Chelsea.

Treasurer
2019 – 

Randy Forner

Golf Invitational Commissioner

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Randy has been a member of PUSH Beaver County since its inception. Randy is a member of Beaver County Association of Realtors and is employed at Realtor Associate with BHHS in Beaver. He acquired his license in 1977.

He is a past Board Member at HAP Enterprises, Inc, past President of HAP Sr. Care Board (Beaver Meadows, Assisted Living Facility),
past Lt. Gov. for Pennsylvania Kiwanis District #3, past President of Beaver Kiwanis Club, Music Director/Organist for First Presbyterian Church, New Brighton since 1984, past Treasurer for Beaver County Association of Realtors.

He is an avid golfer and member of Beaver Valley Golf Club, where he enjoys many rounds of golf each year. Randy resides in Chippewa.

Treasurer
2006 – 2007

Lance Grable

Waterfront Development

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Beaver County BOOM! Co-chair

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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.

President
2006 – present

Beaver County BOOM! Co-chair

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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.

Vice President
2012 – present
Secretary
2005 -2007

John Mehalik

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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 SchoolBeaver 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, Administration of Central Point, Inc., located in Midland, PA. John resides in Brighton Township.

Treasurer
2012 – 2018
Secretary
2015 – 2016
Vice President
2010 – 2011

Nicholette Montini

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Alex Sebastian

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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 JamesHe enjoys helping individuals, families and businesses with multi-generational planning by providing them with personalized financial solutions to help meet their particular needs and goals.

Alex serves as a councilman in Beaver and the board of directors of the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation. Alex resides in Beaver, along with wife, children and dogs.

Tyson Smith

Vine of the Valley Wine Festival

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Tyson joined PUSH Beaver County in 2017. He is a life long resident of Beaver County and graduated from Riverside High School. After high school, he graduated from Clarion University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He entered the Financial Services Industry in 2010 and is currently a financial advisor with Edward Jones and has his office located in Chippewa Township. As a financial advisor, Tyson holds a CRPC designation from the College of Financial Planning. He currently resides in Chippewa with his wife, children and their family’s much loved Boxer.

Sharon Speerhas

Path to Wellness Co-chair
Scholarship Co-chair

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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. She is now independent and in the process of forming her own company specializing in supplemental insurance, health, life and Medicare plans. 

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 and is a member of the Ambridge Area Regional Chamber.

Paula Yeager

Path to Wellness, Co-chair

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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.

Emeritus Status

PUSH BC Corporation 501(c)(3)
Mary “Tina” Taylor (16 Dec 1949 – 24 Jan 2020)

People United in Shaping and Helping Beaver County 501(c)(6)
James A. Crozier
John C. Foster
Chris M. Malagise
Leanne Pupi Martins
Ronald D. Rojas, Esq.
Robert L. Ritter
Donn R. Wuycik (11 Feb 1954 – 02 Dec 2014)


In Memoriam

Mary “Tina” Taylor
16 Dec 1949 – 24 Jan 2020

Mary “Tina” Taylor, 70, of Beaver, passed away with her son at her side, following a brief battle with cancer, Friday, January 24, 2020. Born December 16, 1949 in Homewood, she was a daughter of the late Edward and Marcella Ross Mack. A 1967 graduate of Beaver Falls High School, Tina began her career in the restaurant industry as a bartender for several years at the Beaver Falls Holiday Inn. Tina took her expertise to Thursday’s Restaurant, Bridgewater, quickly becoming the heart of the establishment having worked there for almost 40 years, most recently as manager. She was also very active in the community, serving as the former Mayor of Homewood for four years, and tirelessly supporting many local charities by giving of her time and talents, including the Board of PUSH Beaver County. In her spare time, Tina loved to golf, play the lottery, go to the casino, and travel, especially on her “girl trips”. She will be remembered by her family as a loving mother and proud grandmother. She will be remembered by the rest of Beaver County as the smiling face who greeted you after a long day of work. Tina will be sadly missed by her son, Adam (Amy) Taylor; cherished grandchildren, Jordyn Shipley and Eli Taylor; her former husband, Dwight Taylor; and numerous close friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brother, Eddie Mack. As per Tina’s wishes, a Celebration of Life Open House will be held, Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Thursday’s Restaurant, Bridgewater. Professional services have been entrusted to the Noll Funeral Home, Inc., 333 Third St., Beaver.