Meet Chris Chermak

I am a life long resident of Lackawanna county, growing up in Clarks Summit and now residing with my family in Dalton. At a very young age I started working with our family auto business. I learned early on the value of hard work, dedication and ethical business practices.

Chris Chermak was born in Clarks Summit and resides in Dalton with his wife, Kasey. They are the proud parents of two daughters, Christina and Emily, and two sons, Colin and Michael, and the proud grandparents of a grandson, Aidan.

A graduate of Abington Heights High School, Chris is a Lackawanna County full-time Commissioner.

Chris is very active in the community and is a member of the Clarks Summit Fire Company (1978-1990 and 2000-present). He has been a First Responder since 1978 and is also a National Ski Patrol Member at Elk Mountain since 1996; a BLS & CPR Instructor for the American Heart Association since 1996; a member of the security team at St. Benedict’s Country Bazaar since 1999; an EMS Volunteer for the Steamtown Marathon since 1997; and a past member of the Clarks Summit Planning Commission.

Thank you for your support,

Diana is a Daughter, Wife, Mom, Educator and a Small business Owner. Diana Campbell, has been a Public Servant in the Borough of Mayfield by serving on the Mayfield Borough Council since 2015 and became President in 2022. She has worked tirelessly for the Citizens of Mayfield. 

Since taking office, Diana has been instrumental in:

  • take over of the stormwater management program. 
  • The borough has been able to avoid the “rain tax”. 
  • Pursued funding to maintain the river and upgrade the levee in the borough
  • Procured a grant to put up a new DPW garage.
  • Worked together with community members to develop and maintain a new website
  • Bringing economic development to the borough, cooperating with multiple municipalities, the school district and the county to provide a workable tax abatement program.
  • Formed a finance committee to oversee the municipal spending plan.
  • Allocated ARPA funds appropriately.
  • 8 municipal budgets
  • Contracts and professional service agreements with multiple companies.
  • Over $420,000 in grant money obtained.

Volunteer Work

  • Hometown Heros
  • Shade Tree
  • Town Clean up days
  • Crime Watch
  • Supporting Boy Scouts

The experience and knowledge that this position offers, provides a perfect fit for Diana to broaden her scope to include the entire Lackawanna County and creates a stellar running mate for our Incumbent Public Servant Commissioner Chris Chermak. Diana is the daughter of Floyd and Judy Zabel.  Floyd grew up on the family farm in the Midwest and took over the business at a young age.

He ran a diversified operation, including cows, several crops, hay and some pigs. He was an active member of Farm Bureau before he retired.

She has lived in Mayfield, PA for 30 years. She attended Tri County High School, received an AA in Theology from John Brown University and has achieved her Certified Borough Official status from Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs. Which includes trainings, municipal budgeting, planning and zoning, sunshine act, workshops on labor law, and legislative  updates on issues concerning municipalities.

Diana has run her own business teaching piano lessons for over 20 years. She has had many students over the years, up to 40 at a time.  She also spent over 10 years working at Allied Skilled Nursing in the Activities department, improving the quality of life for countless residents.

She married her husband Matt in 1994.  Together they are raising 4  children: Molli Mucha and husband Joe, Rebekah, David and Joshua.

She has served on Borough Council in Mayfield for the last 8 years and has been president since January, 2022. She has worked tirelessly for the citizens of Mayfield and plans to do the same for all the citizens of Lackawanna County.

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Paid for and Authorized by Friends of Chermak and Campbell