Dave is the CEO of Bloom Engineering. He is married to Marjon and has three sons ages 15, 13, and 5. Dave was born in
Houston, Texas and raised in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. He attended Grove City College and Penn State University where he earned his degree in Mechanical Engineering. Dave has lived and worked around the US, as well as overseas in Germany and Belgium. He and his family settled in Mt. Lebanon in 2015.
DAVE BOYCE has been in a chief executive role for more than 12 years, responsible for cultivating successful businesses with meaningful social and environmental impacts, both locally and globally. A passionate, people-first leader, Dave embraces the different perspectives of his diverse employee base, building strong relationships with his union manufacturing employees as well as his corporate teams around the world.
I believe accountability is critical, and in business, it starts with me - whether making hard decisions to balance spending and revenue, or getting personally involved to make sure projects are properly completed. Effective leadership is only achieved by managing differences and disagreements with respect and consideration of all involved.
I bring a positive, balanced perspective to every challenge and see opportunities for Mt. Lebanon to demonstrate leadership and growth within the surrounding communities. To achieve this, I believe there should be fundamental focus around a vibrant, welcoming business environment, schools that set the academic benchmark, and attractive, sustainable recreation amenities.
I'm Dave Boyce and I'm running to be your, Ward 3, Mt. Lebanon Commissioner. I hear a lot of questions about what happened with the forever construction on Washington Rd, about sports and rec facilities, about why Mt. Lebanon makes the decisions it does and my answer is always the same - because that is what the Commissioners chose to do. They are at the top of the organization chart and responsible for the entire municipal budget your tax dollars pay for. My opponent was appointed to fill a vacated seat because of political affiliation over another qualified candidate. Politics means little to me (until very recently, I was a registered Independent), it is Mt. Lebanon that is important, and the people who live and work here.