Plesich a man of integrity
To the editor:
Andrew Plesich has been a friend of mine for more than 20 years. He is a man well-vested in Jefferson County. Andrew was raised locally, educated locally and works locally with more than 18 years of experience in the courthouse as a title examiner.
Andrew and his wife, Elisha, have been married for 13 years and they are currently raising their young daughter, Olivia. Andrew’s father, Joseph Plesich, worked in area schools and was well respected. He was a retired guidance counselor from Toronto City Schools and had previously worked at Catholic Central High School and Eastern Gateway Community College. Andrew’s mother, Laurel, owned and operated a small retail business while raising six children.
After high school graduation, Andrew completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Akron. He then went on to complete an MBA degree at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. While Andrew was pursuing a personally rewarding career as a title examiner, he began teaching business classes at Eastern Gateway Community College. Andrew also spent time serving on the Business Studies Advisory Committee at West Virginia Northern Community College. Andrew was known to motivate and inspire his students to stay local and to use their talents to develop businesses in the Jefferson county area.
Opportunities presented by the oil and gas boom provided Andrew with a new avenue for his knowledge and experience. As a landman, Andrew not only researches courthouse records but he also manages relationships between landowners and oil and gas companies. Being able to successfully manage both records and people is what makes Andrew the right candidate.
Andrew Plesich is a man of integrity who is pro-family, pro-education, pro-business and pro-Jefferson County. I highly recommend voting Andrew Plesich for Jefferson County Clerk of Courts.