Dave Keller is the son of Charles and Edna Keller – long-time residents of Chambersburg – and he has lived most of his life in Franklin County. He and his wife Rebecca married in 1998 and live in Chambersburg with their three daughters. Dave was first elected Franklin County Commissioner in November 2007 and has served as Chairman of the Board of Commissioners since January 2010.
Among his duties as commissioner, Dave serves as vice-chairman of the Franklin County Criminal Justice Advisory Board, is a member of the Franklin County Area Development Corporation board of directors and is president of the Franklin County Library System board of directors. Dave also serves on the Technology Committee and the Human Services Committee of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania.
In addition to serving as county commissioner, Dave was elected in 2008 by Franklin County Republicans to serve as a member of the Republican State Committee. Dave was re-elected to Republican State Committee in 2010 and 2014.
Prior to being elected County Commissioner, Dave worked as a computer network consultant. In his work, he helped businesses, schools, local government, churches, hospitals, non-profit organizations, and families to implement information technology.
Dave also served in the United States Navy Reserve as an intelligence specialist from 2001 to 2007.
Dave has also been active in the community. He currently serves on the board of the Cumberland Valley School of Music, is president of the Gilmore-Hoerner Endowment, and is president of the Franklin County Bar Foundation. He is a past president of the Chambersburg Evening Lions Club, a former member of the board of directors of the United Way of Franklin County, and a former board member of the Chambersburg Area Council for the Arts. Dave and his family attend First United Methodist Church in Chambersburg.
Dave is a graduate of Chambersburg Area Senior High School, and he is an Eagle Scout, which he earned as a member of Boy Scouts of America, Troop 135, King St. United Brethren Church, Chambersburg. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Franklin & Marshall College and a law degree from Widener University School of Law, and he is a member of the Franklin County Bar Association.
John Flannery was newly elected as Franklin County Commissioner in 2019. John is a 1987 graduate of North Hagerstown High School where he grew up in the north end of Hagerstown, MD. He met his future wife from Greencastle, PA, and married in 1994. The couple has resided in the Greencastle and Mercersburg area since their marriage.
John worked in manufacturing for almost 20 years, starting out as a laborer and working his way into a role as Vice President of Operations. He and his wife Ame decided to risk everything to become entrepreneurs in 2005 opening their first business, Flannery’s Tavern, in Mercersburg. Since then, they have started three other businesses: Flannery’s Investment Group, The Dressing Room, and The John Allison Public House.
John’s community involvement includes serving as chairman of the Tuscarora Area Chamber of Commerce, and member of the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce and the Tuscarora Education Foundation. He founded several events including Flannery’s Pub Run and Mercersburg and Greencastle Craft Beer and Wine Festivals, raising funds for area non-profit organizations and individuals in need. The John Allison Public House continues to support local groups by donating 15% of all Sunday sales to various local Franklin County non-profit organizations. John is a firm believer in community support and stands by the motto that “we cannot expect our community to support us unless we are willing to support our community.”
John has pledged to be transparent, fiscally responsible, and to serve the people of Franklin County for no more than two terms.
John is a proud parent to one son who currently resides in Chambersburg. He is also a committed member of the National Rifle Association and Republican Party. As Commissioner, John commits to serving on the following boards:
●Children and Youth Advisory Board
●Local Emergency Planning Committee
●Tuscarora Managed Care Alliance
●Franklin County Penn State University Cooperative Extension Board
●Hagerstown Eastern Region Metropolitan Planning Organization
●Franklin County Metropolitan Planning Organization
●Franklin County Visitors Bureau
●Franklin County Prison Board
Robert "Bob" Ziobrowski has served as a Franklin County Commissioner since 2008. Bob is a 1969 graduate of Chambersburg Area Senior High School and majored in Political Science at Brown University, receiving his BA in Business and Economics from Wilson College.
As a real estate appraiser for over 30 years, Bob also worked for the Franklin County Industrial Development Corporation and the Letterkenny Industrial Development Authority. His community involvement includes serving on the Chambersburg Area School District Board of Directors for 8 years (President, 1994-95) and the Chambersburg Hospital Board of Directors for 9 years (Chairman, 2006). He is active in the Franklin County Democratic Party and serves as a precinct committeeman.
Bob is Secretary of the Franklin County Board of Commissioners and board representative to the Franklin County Council of Governments (Chair, 2011-21) and the 8 county Southcentral PA Workforce Investment Board (Chair, 2010-21). Additionally, he serves on the Assessment and Taxation Committee of the County Commissioners Association of PA.
He is the parent of two grown sons and currently resides in Chambersburg with his wife of 40 years. An active bicyclist, he rides several thousand miles each year throughout beautiful Franklin County.
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