Fallon Binner – Communications Coordinator
Fallon has worked in the Senate for 15 years in various positions, including Field Representative, Executive Assistant, Communications Director, Legislative Director and Policy Analyst.
She is a 2005 graduate of Millersville University with a B.S. in Speech Communications (Public Relations) and minors in Print Media Studies and Government & Political Affairs.
Fallon enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hunting and serves as the Secretary & Treasurer of the Annville American Legion Unit 559 Auxiliary. Fallon and her husband Wes have a rescue dog, Meeko, adopted from 2nd Chance 4 Life Rescue.
Kelley Moyer-Schwille – Executive Secretary and Scheduler
Kelley has been with the PA Senate for more than 20 years. She started her career in the Capitol working with the House of Representatives, before coming over to the Senate as a secretary for the late Senator Terry Punt. Subsequently, Kelley continued her role with Senator Rich Alloway.
In addition to her duties as executive secretary for Senator Mastriano, Kelley also handles scheduling at the Capitol and district offices.
Kelley serves as a Supervisor for Carroll Township (Dillsburg), and at this time holds a six-year term on the Board of Supervisors. She has a track record of volunteer service for different organizations in the Dillsburg community, such as the Northern High School Alumni Association and the Dillsburg Farmers Fair Association. Over the years, she has served on many booster clubs at the high school, including football, lacrosse and wrestling. Kelley is also an entrepreneur: she is a flea market vendor at William’s Grove Historical Steam Engine Association Flea Market in Mechanicsburg.
In her spare time, Kelley enjoys repurposing old furniture.
Scot Pitzer – Legislative Director
Scot previously served as Communications Director for Senator Alloway (R-33), and as Legislative Director for Senator Randy Vulakovich (R-38).
He served as Vice President of Gettysburg Borough Council before retiring at the end of his four-year term in 2017.
Scot earned a BA in Communications from Elizabethtown College in 2004, and minored in history. He currently is serving a three-year term on the college’s Alumni Council. Scot graduated from Biglerville High School in 2000.
The Adams County native was previously a newspaper reporter and high school football broadcaster. He participates in the choir at Wenksville United Methodist Church in Upper Adams, and enjoys the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Baltimore Orioles. In his spare time, Scot likes to watch Law & Order SVU and read John Grisham novels.
Doug Zubeck – Constituent Outreach Specialist
Doug has served the legislature in various capacities over the past 25 years, most recently as a constituent outreach specialist for Senator Chuck McIlhinney.
He has been with the Senate Republican Caucus since 2005.
Madison Fridgen – Field Representative.
Madison joined Mastriano’s staff in June of 2019, coinciding with the Senator’s swearing-in.
Madison holds an associates degree in political science and has always been heavily interested in politics and government.
Aside from her interest in politics, Madison enjoys writing and reading.
She formerly worked as a journalist for Hagerstown blog: Hub City Post. In her free time, Madison enjoys spending time with her family and any outdoor-related activity.
Ruth Ebersole – Field Representative
Ruth joined Senator Mastriano’s district team in June of 2019. She moved to Franklin County in 2001 and is a proud Chambersburg resident.
Ruth previously resided in Mississippi, where she worked in the business sector.
She is happily married to her husband Jeff, and they have eight wonderful children.
The Ebersoles attend Pond Bank Community Church, where Ruth directs Vacation Bible School, oversees junior youth and coordinates special events. Ruth is also a member of the church’s leadership team.
Bev Frey – Field Representative.
Bev joined the PA Senate in August 2017 as a field representative. She previously worked in local government for twelve years as a treasurer.
She has two beautiful daughters and one precious granddaughter. In her spare time, she volunteers with her local fire department and does dog rescue.
She is an animal lover having two cats, Oreo and Heidi, and a dog named Copper. Copper is a rescue from a hoarding situation in North Carolina. Bev is grateful for Libre’s Law as we are the voice for all animals.
One day she hopes to complete her bucket list, having seen every state.
Barbara Metzler – Field Representative
Barb has worked in the Hanover District Office since 2005 for various legislators. Prior to becoming a member of Senator Mastriano’s staff, Barb worked for former Representative Steven Nickol and former Senators Mike Waugh and Richard Alloway, II.
Barb and her husband spend their free time attending their eight grandchildren’s sports activities.