Town of Crewe
Steve Sisk is currently serving his third term as Council Member for the Town of Crewe. Steve is Chairman for the Infrastructure Committee, Co-Chairman for the Economic Development Committee, and member of the Volunteer Services Committee for the Town of Crewe. Steve also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Crewe-Burkeville Chamber of Commerce, member of the Board of Directors the Crewe Railroad Museum, and Co-Chairman of the local Norfolk Southern Safety and Service Committee. Steve also is a member of the Crewe Masonic Lodge 123.
Steve is a Crewe Native and family man, where he currently resides with his wife Tiffany and their three sons, Brendon, Aiden and David.
Aaron Reed is currently serving his first term as Council Member for the Town of Crewe. Aaron is a member of the Finance and Personnel Committees. Aaron is a native of Brunswick County where he was raised by his father Jeff Reed. After graduating form Brunswick Academy, Aaron enlisted into the United States Marine Corps where he served for 8 years. Aaron served in the infantry with 2nd Battalion, 2nd Marines; holding billets ranging from basic rifleman to Platoon Commander. Along with his unit, Aaron was forward deployed 4 times including tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. During his time in the Marine Corps, Aaron learned what it takes to bring Marines together in order to accomplish a common goal. Today Aaron puts those skills to use running his practice as a financial planner, and investment advisor representative, from his office in Richmond.
Now residing in Crewe, with his wife Amanda and their two sons Jase and Avery; Aaron enjoys, in his fee time, utilizing and preserving our natural resources while passing on that heritage to the next generation. While he may not wear the Marine corps uniform on a daily basis anymore, Aaron swore an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, which is why he decided to run for his first term as a Council Member in 2016. Aaron was humbled to have been elected and looks forward to representing the citizens of the Town of Crewe.
Phil Miskovic is currently serving his third term as councilman for the Town of Crewe, winning his first election in 2012. Phil is co-chairman of Crewe’s Economic Development Committee and member of the Volunteer Services Committee. Phil also serves as chairman of the Virginia Municipal League’s General Laws Policy Committee, and a member of VML’s Legislative Committee. Phil represented Crewe as a member of the Governor’s Rural Jobs Taskforce in 2013.
While always politically-minded, Phil’s career in public service began with the 2009 election of Governor Bob McDonnell. During this campaign—the most successful in modern Virginia history—Phil served first as a volunteer, and then as a finance and political assistant. Following the governor’s election, Phil was appointed as a policy analyst for the Secretary of Public Safety, he provided operational support for oversight of Virginia’s eleven public safety agencies, totaling 22,000 employees and a $3 billion budget. Following the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, Phil led and managed staff for the Governor’s Taskforce on School and Campus Safety, a major ten-month endeavor with over fifty appointed bipartisan stakeholders, resulting in dozens of legislative changes and over $10 million in budget reallocation statewide.
Having dual roles at the top of state and local government, Phil has been able to leverage his knowledge and relationships to work with state leaders on economic issues central to Nottoway County. In the governor’s administration, Phil worked with the Secretary of Public Safety and the Adjutant General of the Virginia National Guard on the Foreign Affairs Security Training Center (FASTC) project from its early developmental stages. When Governor McAuliffe was elected, Phil briefed the incoming governor’s public safety and policy transition teams on the importance of FASTC to Nottoway County, ensuring that it remained a priority at the state level. In early 2015, Phil proposed that the Town of Crewe request state legislation to require VCBR to notify localities, the Commonwealth’s Attorney, and law enforcement when a sexually violent predator is released into their community. This proposal ultimately resulted in HB2303, which passed the state legislature with broad support, and was signed into law by the governor.
Increasing government transparency, access, and communication has been Phil’s primary initiative as councilman for the Town of Crewe. At his recommendation, Crewe has become Nottoway’s first and only governing body to make regular public meetings available for viewing on YouTube. Individuals can also subscribe to the town email list, leave an anonymous comment in our suggestion box at the town office, or address Council at each meeting’s two public comment sections. Phil's other initiatives include establishing Crewe as Virginia’s first Healthy Eating/Active Living (HEAL) community, as designated by the Institute for Public Health Innovation and convening the Main Street Business/Property Owners Roundtable and Major Employer Roundtable.
Phil is president of the Nottoway Historical Association, treasurer of the Crewe-Burkeville Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Harris Memorial Armory Fundraising Committee, past president of the Crewe-Burkeville Lions Club, and member of the Piedmont Regional Health Coalition.
Phil is a 2004 graduate of Nottoway High School, where he has worked on and off as a substitute teacher since graduating. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Administration and Public Affairs Virginia Tech, holds a Master’s degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness from VCU, a BA in Religion from Hampden-Sydney College, and is a graduate of the Commonwealth Management Institute and the Sorensen Institute’s Political Leaders Program.
Bill Faas is the owner of JBP Printing Associates in Crewe, a small business originally started in Bill's parents' basement in 1954. In 1957 Bill joined the Navy until his discharge, at which point he worked for different printers. In 1976, Bill again became a small business owner, and JBP Printing was incorporated and named after his 3 children, John, Bob, Patti.
Bill moved to Crewe 5 ½ years ago, and joined the Crewe-Burkeville Chamber of Commerce in 2011, soon becoming Membership chairman. In 2014 Bill became Chamber President and will be entering his third term.
Bill and his wife, Nancy have 8 grandchildren & 1 great grandson. They both enjoy spending spare time with their grandchildren, attend St. John’s Lutheran Church in Farmville, and are active on several committees.
Anne Stinson was first elected to Crewe Town Council in 2012. As of July 11, 2016, Anne serves a third term as Vice Mayor and chairperson of the Personnel Committee. Anne is also serving as a member of the Finance Committee. Anne documents the progress on the Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Crewe.
Mrs. Stinson pursued a career in education with the Nottoway County Public School system since 1975. Mrs. Stinson retired from the position of principal of Nottoway High School in June of 2015 completing 40 years of service in the Nottoway County Public School system. Mrs. Stinson served for years as an adjunct professor for Southside Virginia Community College. In addition to the field of education, Mrs. Stinson has experience in banking and private business.
Anne and her husband, Jim, bought and restored the former Henry Lee House on Meade Street in Crewe in 1976. This historic home was visited by Lottie Moon, the popular Baptist missionary. The Stinsons bought and restored the Crewe Community Center in 2011.
In addition to serving on Crewe Town Council, Anne enjoys active participation in the Crewe Burkeville Chamber of Commerce, the Crewe Garden Club and the Friends of the Library.
Anne Stinson (Vice Mayor)
William "Billy" Abel
R.E. "Robbie" Knight
D. Aaron Reed
Chief of Police
Director of Public Works
Water & Wastewater Treatment Operator
The leadership of the Town of Crewe and its citizens are dedicated to the principles of economic growth, enhancing the quality of life for the residents of the town, attracting desired socially responsible new businesses, and ensuring a fiscally sound town government, while preserving the rural characteristics of the town.
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