New 2019 Local Candidate information will be posted here as we approach the May 21st Primary.
Candidate – 3rd Ward
Damien R Enderle
Damien Enderle grew up in Radnor’s 3rd Ward on Meadowbrook Circle in St. Davids, where he played football and was active in theatre at Radnor High School (class of ’85). With his parents, Damien raised ducks and rabbits on Ithan Creek.
Following graduation from Marquette’s School of Journalism, Damien worked in public relations and marketing in Washington, DC for 20+ years, managing accounts including the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), Laborers International Union of North America (LIUNA), Office of the First Lady, and the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA).
Today, Damien is a business development and marketing executive with a proven track record of strengthening brand and customer relationships for Big4 global accounting and consulting firms. Currently, he is a senior marketing manager with a Big4 firm and is a member of the tax marketing and communications leadership team.
Damien, his wife Lisa, and their two daughters returned to Radnor in 2012, and live on Midland Avenue, four short blocks from his childhood home. Both daughters attend Radnor High School and compete in crew and lacrosse.
Damien is a volunteer board member, firefighter and recruiting committee chairman for the Radnor Fire Company of Wayne. He has earned certifications in Fire 1, National Fire ProBoard, Vehicle Rescue Operations, Hazardous Materials Response, and Emergency Vehicle Operations. Damien operates with Radnor Fire Company crews responding to fire, rescue and emergency situations throughout the Radnor and Tredyffrin-Easton, Pa. areas.
Previously, Damien was a member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Marketing Advisory Committee, a member of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., and has held board positions with the Legal Marketing Association (LMA), the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), and DMAX Foundation.
Why Damien is running for the Radnor Board of Commissioners:
- To help bring sensible, cost-effective solutions – both short and long-term — to the storm water issues facing Radnor Township.
- Super Wawa! Traffic on Lancaster, Aberdeen and Midland will increase exponentially due to the new, proposed Super Wawa. Noise and light pollution will also be a factor. We need sensible solutions and agreements with Wawa, and Radnor Township needs to hold them accountable.
- Sewer line replacement in South Wayne. Where does this stand? I have no idea following the initial meetings over one year ago. But this needs to happen, and we don’t need more studies. These lines are over 100 years old. Let’s get moving!