Tony Amadio, Beaver County Commissioner
Tony Amadio took office for his first term as a Beaver County Commissioner on January 4, 2008 and was honored to be selected as Chairman of the Board of the Beaver County Commissioners at that time. A career public servant, Mr. Amadio brings over three decades of experience as a teacher and twenty-four years of experience as a township supervisor to the Beaver County Courthouse.
Mr. Amadio is proud of his record of achievement in Center Township. As a supervisor, he was instrumental in managing the growth of Center Township into the County’s major commercial, residential and educational hub. During his tenure, tens of millions of dollars were invested in infrastructure improvements which led to a major expansion of the housing and retail area. At the same time, he worked hard to insure that the neighborhoods retained their safe, comfortable environment for the citizens of his community. Commissioner Amadio intends to use this same type of common sense management to insure that all the communities of Beaver County can grow to their greatest potential and to provide opportunities for renewal in each neighborhood.
Judy R. Enslen, Clerk of Courts
Serving her sixth term as Clerk of Courts. Judy was first elected in 1987.
September 2000 – 2004 – Served as Chairperson of the Beaver County Records Improvement Committee. Elected as Chairperson and served as Chair until September 2004, when she chose to step down as Chairperson, however, accepted appointment as Secretary for the Committee.
2005 – Appointed to Advisory Board of Beaver County Humane Society
Instrumental in creating, and currently serves, on the Beaver County Criminal Operations Committee.
Michael Rossi, Prothonotary
Mike began his first term as Beaver County Prothonotary in January 2020.
Mike and his wife live in Monaca. They have four children, a son-in-law, and three grandchildren.
Mike previously served as president of the Center School Board and was a union representative and unit president while employed with Verizon Communications. He is the public address announcer for the Central Valley Warriors.
Tracey Antoline Patton, Register of Wills
Tracey Antoline-Patton began her first term as Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans Court on January 4, 2016. Currently serving in her second term.
Tracey is a lifelong resident of Beaver County, she was born and raised in Monaca and currently resides in Center Township.
Tracey is the daughter of Helen (Nale) Antoline and the late John A. Antoline (former Beaver County Commissioner). She is married to Gregory Patton, son of Connie and Terry Patton of Center Township. Tracey and Greg are the parents of 3 children, Madison, Scott and Alexis.
Tracey’s commitment to Beaver County is exemplified by her years of public service with 16 plus years as Chief Clerk and Open Records Officer at the Beaver County Courthouse.