|Name||Chet F. Beiler|
|Address||633 S. Oak St. Penn Township|
Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545, United States
|| May 09, 1963
|Contributor||Not in Public Domain|
Jul 27, 2012 09:26am
|Info||One of eight children, Chet Beiler was born and raised on a 100 acre dairy farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. From an early age, Chet learned to work with his parents to keep up with responsibilities of life on a family farm. |
In 1981, a fire destroyed the feed supply, devastating the family farming business. Chet delayed his college plans and worked nights to help retire the family�s debt as a result of the loss.
Chet has started several successful businesses and is a partner in seven enterprises. His principal business, Amish Country Gazebos, is a multi-million dollar operation with sales in all 50 states and exports to foreign countries.
Recognized For His Ability
Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, awarded Chet a scholarship in 1983. He excelled in his studies and was elected student body president. After being appointed a youth delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1984, Chet was selected to serve on President Ronald Reagan�s White House Advance Team.
US Senator Rick Santorum appointed Chet his Lancaster County Coordinator in 1999, and in 2000 Chet was elected GOP County Chairman. He has helped many candidates win elections and serves as a trusted advisor to numerous public officials.