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Joe St. Pedro introduces Congressman Ryan Costello at annual NAIFA luncheon.
November 12, 2015
The yearly National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) luncheon was attended by many, including several legislators. Congressman Ryan Costello, Representative Thomas Quigley and Senator John Rafferty were all present. Joe St. Pedro was given the pleasure of introducing Congressman Ryan Costello. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss issues related to the industry and to the region.
Salary donations benefit local charity.
November 10, 2015
Giving back to the community in which he lives and works is important to Joe St. Pedro. He serves as Limerick Township Supervisor and for a sixth time Joe has donated his supervisor’s salary to the Montgomery County Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit organization that helps donors realize their philanthropic goals, focusing on the needs and issues of the people of Montgomery County and the communities in which they live. Joe serves as Vice Chairperson for the Montgomery County Foundation Board of Directors, supporting of the good work the foundation does in the community.
Local effort to raise awareness about the need for life insurance.
September 15, 2015
Joe St. Pedro, Limerick Township Supervisor, presents April Heiser-Liedike, NAIFA-Tri County Vice President, a resolution on behalf of Limerick Township to celebrate Life Insurance Awareness Month - September 2015.
This year marks the 12th anniversary of Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM), created to raise awareness about the need for life insurance.
A tradition of giving back to the community continues.
November 18, 2014
For a fifth time, Joe St. Pedro has donated his salary as Supervisor of Limerick Township to the Montgomery County Foundation. Joe serves as Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors for this non-governmental, non-profit community organization whose purpose is to help donors achieve their philanthropic ideals. Just as Joe guides clients to plan, protect, and provide for their future needs, the Foundation enables contributors to do the same. In the process, they strengthen Montgomery County communities.
Joe and Anita St. Pedro attend 2014 National Planning Corporation Masters Conference.
July 10, 2014
World Champion Quarterback, Broadcaster and Entrepreneur, Joe Theismann was one of the featured speakers at a recent NPC Masters Conference. Theismann is a much sought after motivational speaker. He also oversees a popular Washington, DC restaurant that bears his name and recently received the 2013 Walter Camp Football Foundation “Distinguished American” Award.
Perhaps the most famous political investigative reporter in America, Bob Woodward presented the inside stories of Washington and the American Presidency at the conference. From Watergate to efforts to resolve America’s fiscal condition, this two-time Pulitzer Prize winner has earned iconic status in American journalistic heritage.
The Masters Conference took place July 2014 in Virginia.
Supervisor, Joe St. Pedro participates in groundbreaking for new Public Works Facility.
July 07, 2014
Joe St. Pedro is passionate about benefitting the local community and channels this passion through his service on the Limerick Board of Supervisors. In July 2014, he was present at the recent ground breaking for the construction of a new 22,000 square foot Public Works Facility. The new $2 million building designed by Gorski Engineering will provide the Public Works Department a state of the art facility to meet the current and growing needs of the community. Limerick’s Public Works Department has completed many in-house construction projects including routine maintenance responsibilities. “Our crew is highly skilled and has saved this community thousands of dollars by not having to publically bid larger scale construction projects” states Supervisor Joe St. Pedro.
Joe St. Pedro working behind the scenes on behalf of his community.
November 08, 2012
Joe St. Pedro of St. Pedro & Associates is working behind the scenes to make his community and Montgomery County a better place for residents and businesses. He currently serves as Chairman of Board of the Montgomery County Foundation, Inc. In this capacity, he recently had the privilege of accepting a donation that will provide care for those with depleted financial resources.
Joe St. Pedro is elected Chairman of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors.
January 07, 2013
By unanimous vote, Joe St. Pedro has been elected Chairman of the Limerick Township (Pennsylvania) Board of Supervisors for 2013. Previously, Mr. St. Pedro served as vice chairman of the Board.
Caring for his community is nothing new for Mr. St. Pedro. As a business owner, he takes care of his clients’ well-being by assisting them in meeting their financial goals and objectives. In his role as Chairperson, he will be leading the Board in their ongoing care of a growing community. He will also oversee the Board’s assignment to ensure Limerick Township’s health, safety, and welfare.
Read the full article in The Mercury.
Joe St. Pedro does it again.
November 13, 2012
Joe St. Pedro is passionate about helping others. Not only does he take care of his clients and their financial and wealth planning needs, but he also takes time to give back to his community. He currently serves as Chairman of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors. Once again, he has donated his Supervisor’s salary to the Montgomery County Foundation, where he also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Montgomery County Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that builds stronger communities by empowering donors to reach their charitable dreams. Just as Mr. St. Pedro guides individuals, families, and businesses in planning, protecting, and providing for their future needs, the Foundation enables contributors to do the same. In the process, they strengthen the Montgomery County communities where they live and work. Initiatives include providing food, shelter, emergency heating and cooling, and hope.
The Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce names St. Pedro and Associates as its outstanding business member.
January 26, 2012
On January 26, 2012, the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce held a special lunch to celebrate 20 years in existence. The Chamber named St. Pedro and Associates as its outstanding business member of the past twenty years.
"Over the years the president and vice president of this business (St. Pedro and Associates) have demonstrated their talents in sales, organization, and leadership along with a passion for helping others," said Joe Giunta, a Chamber board member. "Thankfully, it has been the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce that has been one of the primary recipients of these talents. Whenever they saw a need within the Chamber or the community, these gentlemen stepped up to not only lend a hand, but to lead and encourage others to follow."
Joe St. Pedro joined the Spring-Ford Chamber in 1991 and served as the Chamber’s fourth president in 1994 and 1995. Under his leadership the Chamber saw its greatest growth in membership. St. Pedro was responsible for about 60% of that growth. Today, St. Pedro remains very involved in his community and is presently serving on the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors.
Rick Storms, Vice President of St. Pedro and Associates followed in his father’s footsteps serving three terms as president of the Chamber. He was on the board of directors for many years, and also undertook the responsibilities of treasurer. His abilities as a superior financial planner resulted in the establishment of a viable budget.
"Today, our Chamber can boast a positive cash balance and no debt, and we owe it in no small measure to the help and guidance of Rick Storms," Giunta concluded.
Click here to read the full article in Limerick-Royersford-SpringCityPatch.
Joe St. Pedro sworn into Limerick Township Board of Supervisors.
January 03, 2012
Supervisor Joe St. Pedro was elected vice chairman after being sworn in by Magisterial District Judge Walter F. Gadzicki Jr. He has been a supervisor since 2009 and currently sits on the Limerick/Lower Pottsgrove Master Plan Committee.
Limerick Township Supervisor, Joe St. Pedro, makes donation to the Montgomery County Foundation, October, 2011.
November 18, 2011
For a third time, Mr. St. Pedro has donated his salary as Supervisor of Limerick Township to the Montgomery County Foundation. This local foundation is a non-profit organization that provides grants and other support within the local community. Foundation programs benefit residents such as those who are hungry and homeless, as well as those needing assistance with heating and cooling expenses.
Click here to read related article in Limerick-Royersford-SpringCityPatch.
Click here to learn more about The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc.
Joe and Anita St. Pedro with Sugar Ray Leonard.
Retired boxer and occasional actor, Sugar Ray Leonard was the featured speaker at a recent National Planning Corporation Masters Conference. Leonard gave an inspirational talk about staying focused, setting goals, and building a winner's confidence.
Joe St. Pedro presents a check to Habitat for Humanity, March 29, 2011.
March 29, 2011
Recently elected Chairman of The Montgomery County Foundation Board of Directors, Joseph St. Pedro presents a check to the members of Habitat for Humanity. The Montgomery County Foundation gives out grants every year to different non-profit organizations.
On behalf of Limerick Township, Joe St. Pedro receives a check from the Rotary Club of Spring-Ford.
March 15, 2011
The playground at Limerick Community Park will be getting a set of new swings thanks to a donation from the Spring-Ford Area Rotary Club and the Limerick Township Parks and Recreation Department’s fundraising efforts. Joe St. Pedro, Limerick Township Supervisor, received a check from the Rotary Club President-Elect, Thomas Spann on March 15, 2011.
Joe St. Pedro makes donation to the Montgomery County Foundation.
November 09, 2010
Mr. St. Pedro donated his salary as Supervisor of Limerick Township to the Montgomery County Foundation. The Montgomery County Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that serves Montgomery County and surrounding communities providing grants and other support to non-profits as well as assisting donors to leave a legacy while achieving their Philanthropic goals.
Click here to learn more about The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc.
MBF Fund Grant Distribution.
November 01, 2010
The Montgomery County Foundation Board of Directors Member, Joe St. Pedro (second from left) and President and CEO, Virginia Frantz (third from right), presenting a 2010 grant check.
The TriCounty Chamber of Commerce presents the Regional Planning Award to Limerick Township.
October 20, 2010
Joe St. Pedro accepting the Regional Planning Award on behalf of Limerick Township, given by the TriCounty Chamber of Commerce. The award was presented at the Economic Development Luncheon on October 20, 2010.
Gateway Employment Resources celebrates its 25th Anniversary as a private non-profit agency in Limerick.
September 30, 2010
Gateway provides employment services and support for people with disabilities throughout Montgomery County. At its annual board of directors meeting on September 30, 2010 Gateway program participants, Amanda Koutroubas and John Cattafesta, were recognized for their hard work and dedication as employees of both Acme and Giant supermarkets.
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Exelon Nuclear makes a donation to Limerick Township.
March 02, 2010
Limerick Township Supervisor, Joe St. Pedro and State Representative, Tom Quigley accepting a check from Exelon Nuclear on behalf of the township.
The Montgomery County Foundation Grant Distribution Luncheon.
July 15, 2009
Joe St. Pedro (left), Board Member of The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc. presents a grant for $5,000 to Mary Pugh, Esquire (second from left), Montgomery Child Advocacy Project. Virginia Frantz, President of The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc. (far right) presents grant check to Harvey Strauss, Esq., Legal Aid of Southeastern Pa.
The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc. distributed grants for organization capacity building. Pictured above (left to right), Joe St. Pedro, Board Member of the Foundation; Jim Williams, Assets Montco, a grant recipient; Virginia Frantz, President of The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc.; and Dave Giraldi, Gateway Employment Resources, a grant recipient.
The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) Annual Meeting.
Joe St. Pedro inducts Norman Levine as a new board member of Leprechaun Life at the Million Dollar Round Table Annual Meeting in 2009.
Joe St. Pedro makes donation to the Montgomery County Foundation, Inc.
November 10, 2009
Virginia Frantz, President and CEO of The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc. receives donation from Joseph St. Pedro of St. Pedro and Associates. Mr. St. Pedro, recently elected as Supervisor of Limerick Township, donated his salary as Supervisor to the Foundation which serves Montgomery County and surrounding communities providing grants and other support to non-profits as well as assisting donors to leave a legacy while achieving their Philanthropic goals.
Click here to learn more about The Montgomery County Foundation, Inc.
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