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Meet Father George

Join us at our Lunch and Learn networking event, our guest speaker will be Father George from All Saints Greek Orthodox church. he will update us on the coffee house in downtown Canonsburg.

Father George, Saints Greek Orthodox church

JULY 2019

Meet Peggy Tseng


Frank Sarris Library
35 North Jefferson Avenue
Canonsburg, PA 15317

Our Guest Speaker will be Peggy Tseng, who will be talking about what is going on in the Community and what events are happening at the Frank Sarris Library.

Peggy Tseng, Director Frank Sarris Library

Director Peggy Tseng

JUNE 2019

Meet Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan

Washington County Commissioner

Courthouse Square
100 West Beau Street
Suite 702
Washington, PA 15301
Ph: (724) 228-6721

Website: https://www.co.washington.pa.us/107/Diana-Irey-Vaughan



Diana Irey Vaughan is now a seven-term Washington County Commissioner, wife to COL Robert Vaughan with 41 years in the U.S. Army Reserves, serving 6 overseas mobilizations in the past 13 years. She will be talking about what is happening in Washington County.


Commissioner Diana Irey Vaughan

Commissioner Vaughan

MAY 2019

Meet Keith Zimmer

Director, Volunteer Services

Canonsburg Hospital, Canonsburg PA

Allegheny Health Network

Phone: 724-873-5941

Fax: 724-743-7211

Keith will be speaking on the history of Canonsburg Hospital.

Keith Zimmer

Keith Zimmer
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HarborSide Services Web Development & Marketing

APRIL 2019

Senator Camera Bartolotta

Pennsylvania's 46th District



Senator Camera Bartolotta brings an entrepreneurial spirit and a wealth of real-world experience to her job representing residents of Beaver, Greene and Washington counties. A longtime resident of Monongahela, she was elected to her first term representing the 46th Senatorial District in 2014 and was re-elected in 2018. >> full bio


Senator Camera Bartolotta

Sen. Bartolotta

MARCH 2019

Meet Kim Shoup, Branch Manager

Northwest Bank, Branch Manager


Effort. We define it as doing what it takes to make something happen, even when it’s not easy. It’s the difference between worry and relief. Between putting something off and getting something done. And it’s what takes you from being happy with your bank to truly satisfied.

Please plan to attend, and learn more about the role Northwest banks plays in FRAUD and CYBER SECURITY.

Kimberly Shoup

Kim Shoup
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HarborSide Services Web Development & Marketing


Meet Jeff Kutola, President

Washington County Chamber of Commerce


The Washington County Chamber of Commerce has grown into the largest business association in Washington County and is the second largest Chamber of Commerce in Southwestern Pennsylvania. From small businesses to the county’s largest employer, our goal is to promote and advance the interests of our members.

Jeff will speak at the Greater Canonsburg Chamber's February meeting to share what is going on with the chamber, and how they go about conducting business.

Jeff Kotula, President of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce

 Jeff Kotula

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Meet David Villiotti


David Villiotti, the owner, is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business MBA program, University of Pittsburgh's Accounting program, and Penn State University's Business program. Villiotti has previously held roles in accounting in the non-profit, healthcare, and oil and gas business segments. He also has experience in sports and entertainment. Prior to starting Good Steward Accounting, Villiotti worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers a big four accounting firm, CONSOL energy which at the time was a Fortune 500 company, and Allegheny Health Network.

"Proper accounting and understanding your financial performance is essential to the success of a company or individual. I created Good Steward Accounting so that I could be a trusted resource and partner to my clients," said Villiotti. "I truly care about the financial health of each and every one of my clients and it excites me when I am able to work with them and identify opportunities for improvement."

 Dave Villiotti