Brian has enjoyed representing the residents of Ward 2 since 2013. His first exposure to being involved in city operations was on the sundry claims board. This board reviews claims for damages that residents feel the city has a responsibility for (snow-plow vs. mailbox, vehicle damage from potholes or roads, etc.). Since his tenure on council, he has held several roles, including:
Charter Review Committee
Building Codes/Public Buildings/Growth Planning and Zoning Committee
Rules, Ordinances, and Franchises Committee
Finance Committee, GPZ
Council representative for:
Board of Zoning Appeals
Human Services Board
Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District
Brian and his wife Karen have resided in Broadview Heights since 2003, along with their children: Jack, Mark, and Amanda. Jack is attending the University of Akron for his master’s in communications. Mark is graduating the Ohio State University with a bachelor’s in Aerospace Engineering. Amanda is Brecksville/Broadview Heights sophomore playing volleyball. Brian, Jack, and Mark are Eagle Scouts and are still active in scouting.
Brian works for Kyndryl as a contractor to AT&T in IT; he started in desktop support and is currently working in Unix server security. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University, where he earned a Master of Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering.
Brian has a passion for sports and service to our community and was instrumental in restarting the Challenger Baseball League after Covid. Brian is the president of the local Challenger baseball league. Challenger is a sub-division of the little league that provides an environment for kids with any disability to play baseball. His family also fosters service dogs for WAGs 4 Kids; they help the dogs acclimate to living with a family and going places with their family after they are trained in prison by inmates.
Brian has earned the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award 6 years in a row. He was a member of the National Ski Patrol, volunteering for the Brandywine, Boston Mills, and Alpine Valley Ski Patrol with 21 years of volunteer service. He is also one of the original members of the local Broadview Heights CERT team (Community Emergency Response Team) and continues to volunteer with many local and national non-profit organizations. He is especially proud of the residents of Broadview Heights and how involved they are in their community.
Please feel free to contact him by phone or email if you have any questions or concerns regarding the city.