One of the most tenured trustees, Mark Breedlove has a strong family bond to the BCET. His father, Howell, was a member of the original board.  When he resigned in 2005, the younger Breedlove was asked to fill the seat. With 41 years of global business leadership experience and serving on several other non-profits serving our youth, Mark brings important perspective to the Trust’s deliberations whether they be about new program opportunities or complex situations that must be navigated.  In his leisure time he serves as president and CEO of Keystone Profiles, a manufacturing concern in Beaver Falls that specializes in drawing steel bars in to special shapes.    

His favorite BCET program is Growing with Books, which was just hitting its stride when Mark joined up. He has always believed that “if you can read, you can do anything.” Further, he elaborates, “parents who read with their children are giving them a leg up on so many levels.”

The BCET appreciates counting Mr. Breedlove as a board member and his continued service to improving education in Beaver County.

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