CHAMBER CENTRAL A PUBLICATION OF THE WESTMORELAND COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
We are sorry to announce that Chad Amond, President and CEO of the Westmoreland County Chamber, was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) in March of this year. PPA is a neurological syndrome in which language capabilities become slowly and progressively impaired. Unlike other forms of aphasia that result from stroke or brain injury, PPA is caused by neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's Disease or Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration. People with PPA may eventually lose all speech and may not be able to understand written or spoken language. Primary Progressive Aphasia cannot be cured, and there are no medications to treat it. People who have the disease typically live about 3-12 years after they are originally diagnosed. In some people, difficulty with language remains the primary symptom, while others may develop additional problems including cognitive or behavioral changes or difficulty coordinating movements. However, some therapies might help improve or maintain the ability to communicate and manage the condition. “It truly saddens me that my family, as well as the leaders and staff at the Chamber, are dealing with this issue as I cope with this extremely rare diagnosis. And I regret the fact that it’s not curable at this point in time,” says Chad. “I’m sad that we needed to announce this to our Chamber members; but I didn’t want our members to hear it from someone else and think it was a rumor,” he explains. “As the diagnosis proclaims, I’m thinking correctly. But one of my distinct talents in the past was speaking, and my speaking capability is going downhill. I want to work as long as I can to positively influence the Chamber, our
community, and my family.” Amy Amond, Chad’s wife, further explains, “Chad has always viewed working at the Chamber as a labor of love - he holds it very near and dear to his heart. This diagnosis was certainly a shock, but knowing it’s taking away one of the things he does the best makes it that much harder to comprehend. I can’t tell you how much we appreciate all the love and support we have seen so far from leaders in our community and our families. Please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers!” Chad was named President & CEO of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce in 2011. Under Chad’s leadership, the Chamber has grown significantly and is dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and advancing responsible business development by providing a number See Diagnosis ● Page 2
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of member benefits including advocacy for a business-friendly environment, leadership development, and a forum for building professional relationships. In his role, Chad is responsible for implementing the organization's strategic plan, identifying opportunities to increase membership value, managing day-to-day business operations, and serving as the organization’s principal communicator. “When hired, we knew without a doubt Chad would represent the Chamber with the highest level of professionalism and would help the Chamber achieve its corporate goals,” says Board Member Jason Rigone, Executive Director of the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation. “What we’ve found over the past 9 years is a genuine and humble person that is passionate about making Westmoreland County a better place. His title may be President but what he has become is a colleague, a partner, but most importantly a great friend!” Chamber Board Chair Christina Jansure, VP of Sales for Gillinder Glass, further expresses, “I have had the honor of working with Chad for many years on multiple Chamber committees, as a member of the Board, and now serving as Board Chair. His commitment to our membership community and the growth of Westmoreland County is unmatched. His team has implemented new programs to positively impact our business community for continual development. Chad and his family have the full support of the Chamber Staff and Board of Directors, as we formulate a plan to continue his leadership role with the Chamber.” Previously, Chad served as President of the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce. Prior to his service as a chamber of commerce executive, Chad served as the key communications and marketing executive at Forbes Hospital and held several senior level positions in the field of sports marketing and management – most notably with the Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers, and at Pittsburgh's Civic Arena. Chad earned his bachelor’s degree of communication from Slippery Rock University, his MBA from Seton Hill University, and attained certification from the Institute for Organization Management at Villanova University through the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Chad sits on a number of community organization boards and advisory councils including – Westmoreland County Community College; Pennsylvania State Transportation Commission; Pennsylvania Foundation for Free Enterprise; Pennsylvania Association of Chamber Professionals; Chambers of Commerce Service Corporation; and Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland. In addition, Chad is the radio host of Westmoreland Community Connections which airs weekly on WHJB 107.1 and the Westmoreland Business Journal, which airs monthly on 1480 WCNS 97.3 LITE FM. Chad and his wife Amy grew up in Westmoreland County and now live in Unity Township and have four school-aged children, Madelyn (17), Katelyn (14), Alex (11), and Abigail (8).
"Chad has guided the Chamber to a very high level of professionalism and achievement, having expanded and improved both operations and membership each year. Just as the Chamber stands with its members, we stand with Chad and his family as they meet the challenges ahead. We are proud of Chad and his courage addressing his diagnosis." - Jim Creenan, Creenan & Baczkowski, PC Chamber Solicitor, former Chair of the Board
"The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce has a strong foundation with the centerpiece being Chad Amond." - Mike Storms, Elliott Group Chamber Board Member, former Chair of the Board
“Chad has done so much for our youth through Leadership Westmoreland and Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy. The collaboration between the next generation, our leadership, and businesses has helped push the County forward. Chad’s commitment to make Westmoreland County a better place for all, while doing it with joy and enthusiasm has been infectious. I want to thank Chad not only his hard work, but the positive impact he has had on my life through the many years we have worked together.” - Brad Roth, McDowell Associates Vice Chair of the Board
“I am often in awe of Chad’s strong commitment and dedication to the Chamber, our members and our region. He is so passionate about his work and helping others succeed. He also has the ability to make everyone in a room smile and laugh with his jokes! We are here to support Chad and his family and I am so grateful to call him a friend.” - Jessica Urbanik, SecondHalf Coach Wealth Management and GOAL Magazine Chamber Board Secretary
& Hospaws hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House on June 30 to commemorate the grand opening of their new office on Depot Street in Youngwood. The Hospaws mission is to provide local residents, who are in need of medical care, with the assistance they need in order to care for their pets. Their belief is that pets are family, and no pet
should suffer when an owner's medical condition hinders the owner's ability to provide basic care and food for their animals. Hospaws is completely donation and volunteer based.
Fonda Frazier, owner, cut the ceremonial ribbon on July 17 to celebrate the grand opening of CCC&P Transportation in Youngwood. The goal at CCC&P is to provide reliable, trustworthy transportation, meeting both medical and taxi service needs. Providing service in Westmoreland, Allegheny, Butler, Fayette, and Washington Counties, CCC&P operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call 724-925-1160 to speak to a dispatcher or book a ride online at www.cccptransportationcompany.com.
The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Westmoreland (RACW) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Brian Lawrence as its new Executive Director. RACW’s focus is on reenergizing Westmoreland County’s core communities and enticing new business, residential, and recreational opportunities. “I’m excited about the opportunity to lead such a vital organization and team,” Lawrence said. “I’m especially excited about serving the residents of Westmoreland County in a new role, helping our communities address blight, expand housing, commercial, and industrial opportunities, and repositioning our towns for the 21st century.”
Leadership Westmoreland Youth Academy was held June 22-26. The program is an initiative of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce and the Westmoreland-Fayette Workforce Investment Board. Through an application process, 8 high school students from various Westmoreland County school districts were accepted into the program. Throughout the fiveday experience, students were introduced to leadership concepts and given the opportunity to interact with local business, government and community leaders.
CHAMBER CENTRAL Christina Jansure August marks “Family Fun Month” and what better way to enjoy time with your loved ones than exploring the great outdoors and all that Westmoreland County and the Laurel Highlands has to offer. The Laurel Highlands spans across 3,000 square miles of southwestern Pennsylvania throughout Fayette, Somerset, and Westmoreland Counties. The Laurel Highlands Visitor’s Bureau is a tenured Chamber member and composes an annual guide highlighting activities and events surrounding these counties. Summer attractions include various hiking and biking trails throughout Westmoreland County and the Laurel Highlands. Outdoor water activities include fishing, whitewater rafting, paddle boarding, and canoeing and kayaking across the county’s vast lakes and rivers.
Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Board Chair VP of Sales— Industrial & Commercial Division, Gillinder Glass
Ligonier each Saturday that feature craft vendors along with local farmers. The Palace Theatre continues their TGIS Free Concert series with musical guests performing each Thursday evening at the Greensburg Garden and Civic Center. This wide-open venue allows for spacious social distancing and offers local food trucks with libations.
Historic sites & attractions allow you to brush up on your history. Stop by Historic Hanna’s Town which marks the site of a historic vilWe are all doing our best to approach each day with a positive outlage settled in 1768-1769 consisting of 30 log houses, 2 taverns, and a look. It’s important to take time to enjoy family, friends, and your garrison palisaded fort. Fort Ligonier is a British fortification from the natural environment. Outdoor activities continue to increase French and Indian War, located steps from downtown. through this time so be sure to check the Chamber calendar, Laurel Highlands website, or local media for events near you. Family-friendly country markets occur both in Greensburg and
The Class of 2020-2021 includes: • Karen Burns, CASA of Westmoreland • Danielle Cribbs, Redstone ship, and refine their leadership skills. The community team project element of the program provides the opportunity to address challenging issues and develop solutions. The curriculum includes sessions on Building a Business Acumen; Cultivating a Learning Culture; Understanding Community Caregiving; Leadership Westmoreland is moving into its Living an Accountable Life; Being an Informed Citizen; Navigating an Information Rich Culsixth year since the program’s re-launch. While the need for leadership development is ture; and Embracing a Work/Life Balance. always important, the current times in which Another means of participating in Leadership we live demonstrate that the need for preWestmoreland is through sponsorship opporpared leaders has never been greater. We tunities. Operating a program of this caliber look forward to welcoming the new cohort at requires financial support. If you agree that the annual kick off retreat in September. developing leaders who will serve West“It promises to be another impactful year to moreland County is a worthy endeavor, please consider a number of available sponLearn, Grow and Lead,” explained program facilitator Grace Markum. The 9-month pro- sorship opportunities. Each level offers community visibility while demonstrating your gram features over 40 guest presenters and support of this important initiative. visits to WestmorelandCounty venues. In monthly full-day sessions, participants are immersed into various facets of the county, build a network with current county leader-
2020-2021 sponsors include: Elliott Group, Katherine Mabis McKenna Foundation, and Williams.
• Rachel Cunningham, Mental Health America of Southwestern PA • Ryan Fisher, Somerset Trust Company • Daniel Gordish, West Penn Power • Nevin Harris, NV Marketing Solutions • Anthony Macchiaroli, Somerset Trust Company • Daniel Mellon, Philips Respironics • Michelle Michaelis, UPMC Passavant • David Paulone, Donald A. Paulone Custom Built Homes • Cynthia Proctor, Westmoreland County Community College • Sarah Rebitch, Citizens Fiber • Jason Steele, Elliott Group • Lea Ann White, Westmoreland County Food Bank • David Yurko, Elliott Group
CHAMBER CENTRAL 2020 Board of Directors Christina Jansure - Gillinder Glass (Chair) Bradley Roth - McDowell Associates (Vice Chair) John Kline - Standard Bank (Treasurer) Jessica Urbanik - GOAL Magazine/SecondHalf Coach (Secretary)
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Chamber Staff Chad Amond - President & CEO Courtney Guerrieri - Director of Membership Services Joanne Pearson - Director of Operations Tricia Thomas - Director of Communications & Event Planning Grace Markum - Leadership Westmoreland Facilitator/Consultant
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING &
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Register to attend Thursday, October 8th, 2020 | Westmoreland County Community College | Youngwood, PA | 5 - 7 p.m.
The 2020 Annual Business Meeting & Awards Ceremony will be an evening event featuring cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres. We will gather at the Westmoreland County Community College in Youngwood from 5 - 7 p.m. This venue change will reduce the number of tickets available. Register early, you won’t want to miss this special night.
Thanks to These Generous Sponsors
building Westmoreland County The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce strives to oﬀer a platform for our community to come together, communicate, organize, strengthen and support the wellbeing of all and build the community we all are proud to call home. To further this goal, the Chamber has chosen Habitat For Humanity as the 2020 Awards Ceremony non-proﬁt beneﬁciary. Every home is a building block. Secure homes provide an environment for life improvement which leads to strong families. Financial stability follows, resulting in support for local businesses with a vigorous workforce and an empowered consumer base. This productive cycle creates a happy and healthy community. The Annual Awards Ceremony oﬀers an opportunity to assemble and celebrate the past year’s accomplishments and present plans for continuing work for a vibrant Westmoreland County.
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In keeping with this year’s Building theme, donations for Habitat for Humanity are being collected at the Chamber oﬃce. Requested items: • Contractor Waste Bags • Drop Cloths • Shovels • Floor Paper • Paint Brushes • Work Gloves • Paint Rollers • Construction Masks • Paint Roller Handles • Safety Glasses • Paint Trays
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Annual Awards Business of the Year - Awarded to an outstanding business in the County that is dedicated to community involvement, promotes job growth and employee retention, and is committed to the growth and promotion of Westmoreland County. Not-for-Proﬁt of the Year - Awarded to an outstanding not-for-proﬁt organization in the County that is dedicated to providing outstanding service to residents county-wide, and continually demonstrates community involvement.
Benefits of Sponsorship
Chamber Member of the Year - Awarded to an active member of the Westmoreland County Chamber who consistently fosters membership and development for the Chamber; he/she is active in committees and events and is creative in promoting and supporting the Chamber’s vision. Athena® Award – Awarded to an individual who has achieved the highest level of professional excellence, contributes time and energy to improve the quality of life for others in Westmoreland County, and actively assist others, particularly women, in realizing their full leadership potential.
Recognition On Radio Ads - WHJB FM 107.1 Present Award To Recipient (Award Choice - First Come First Served)
One Month Display on the Chamber LED Message Board
Sponsor Recognition through - Trib Total Media
Insert in Chamber Newsletter (sponsor provides 1,700 copies) Banner Ad on Chamber Website Recognition on Save-The-Date Announcement
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Recognition on E-blast to Chamber Database
Recognition on Event Invitation
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Recognition on Social Media Announcements
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Exclusive Athena® Pin Sponsor
We are oﬀering a unique opportunity to be the Exclusive ATHENA® Pin Sponsor. This sponsorship comes with all the beneﬁts of the Silver Level (above) as well as the opportunity to take part in the oﬃcial “pinning” of the award recipient with the beautiful jeweler-crafted, oﬃcially licensed gold ATHENA® pin. Only one sponsorship available; ﬁrst come, ﬁrst served.
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■ Full Page – $175, 5.5 x 8.5 ■ Half Page – $100, 5.5 x 4.125 ■ Quarter Page – $50, 4.125 x 2.375 ■ Per member – $35 ■ Non-member – $50
make a reservation Fill out the form on our site, westmorelandchamber.com or call the Chamber to reserve your seats today: 724.834.2900 The Westmoreland County Chamber Awards Ceremony & Annual Business Meeting Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020 | 5 - 7 p.m. | Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, PA
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