George's background is all government. He began employment with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, PA
State Police as an Automotive Technician, promoted to a Shop Foreman position and later appointed as Director Transportation
Division responsible for a fleet of approximately 3500 units, from which he retired from in 1988. He opened in 1988, and
continues to maintain, a self storage business. In 1989 he accepted an appointment as Director, Bureau of Vehicle Management
for the City of Harrisburg with responsibility for a fleet of 465 units where he served until his retirement in October 2009.
Retiring for the second time has not however, taken him away from managing a government fleet. He has since accepted a
position as the Fleet Administrator for the Borough of Camp Hill, PA.
George completed 3 years of school in formal technical / mechanical training, and attended Harrisburg
Area Community College and received an AA in Business Management. He has several ASE Certifications, maintains a Commercial
Driver's License (all endorsements); other Commonwealth available licenses (safety inspection (all vehicles) / emission inspection etc.)
and is a licensed pilot.
George has received numerous PA State Police and City Commendations / Special Service Awards.
He received recognition from; National Association of Fleet Administrators, NAFA, (2002 Larry Gill Award), PA Governor Edward
Rendell (2004 Government Excellence Award), and most recently was awarded 2005 Professional Fleet Manager of the Year by the
American Public Works Association (APWA). In 2007, he earned the certification as “Certified Public Fleet Professional” (CPFP)
from the American Public Works Association.
He has been a loyal National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA)
member for over 27 years. He recently received an appointment to serve on the National Association of Fleet Administrator’s
Law Enforcement Group Committee (now named Public Safety Committee) for 2007–2008.
George truly enjoys traveling with his wife Linda, playing golf and NASCAR. He is involved with
many non-profit organizations (chairing one Masonic having over 2500 members) and is associated with numerous fund raising
efforts for those having special needs. He has received multiple awards from the Muscular Dystrophy Association.