Brian is currently a self-employed builder general contractor. Born and raised in Chambersburg, Brian continues to reside in Franklin County. He volunteers at the Chambersburg cold weather shelter and currently serves as President of its board of directors.
He is an active member of the Grand Point Church. As a life-long church member, Brian participated in and led numerous Mission Trips to aid communities outside of Franklin County, including the cleanup and rebuilding after Hurricane Katrina as well as numerous rebuilding trips to Elk Horn, West Virginia.
Seeking ways to support his nearby community and a path to learn about addiction and recovery, Brian responded to a newspaper article to help out with Noah's House in 2016. Brian's path to his current role as Vice President, Board of Noah's House began as a means of finding connection and understanding as he learned to navigate the path of addiction and recovery of a close family member.
He has been an active leader in the remodeling of Noah's House and the start-up of Gracie's Place, seeing his time and talent come to life in a way that provides a place for training and recovery efforts in the community.
He takes great pride in this community and looks forward to working with businesses and neighboring communities to provide support networks for families affected by addiction.