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Newsmaker: Dennis L. Zeitler

Newsmaker Dennis Zeitler, senior vice president and CFO of Mine Safety Appliance Co. in Cranberry.
Monday, June 24, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
 

Noteworthy: Named Cranberry Person of the Year for his work at MSA in Cranberry and involvement with Cranberry Woods Business Park, which is nearing its final stage of development.

Age: 64

Residence: Forward in Butler County

Family: Wife, Jennifer; children Rebecca Farrell, Sarah Zeitler, Mark Zeitler and Chiara Zeitler; and two granddaughters

Education: Bachelor's degree in economics from St. Vincent College in Latrobe, 1970; master's degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh, 1976

Occupation: Senior vice president and chief financial officer at MSA

Background: Joined MSA as manager of financial services in 1977, then promoted several times, his last promotion to senior vice president and CFO in 2007. Recently elected to the board of directors of Fuel Tech Inc. in Warrenville, Ill. Chairman of the Regional Learning Alliance, past president of the Butler County Community Development Corp. Served as director for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Financial Executives International, the National Kidney Foundation, the Pittsburgh/Cleveland Pension Group and the Economics Club of Pittsburgh.

Quote: “I am proud of what we accomplished here in Cranberry Woods and the contributions made to Cranberry Township, and I appreciate the township recognition of our efforts over the past 15 years.”

 

 

 
 


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