Tax Collector – Dominic A Coccia., Jr. ~
I’m currently the elected Tax Collector for Conshohocken Borough, a position which I have held for the past 24 years. I am a lifelong Conshohocken resident, along with my wife, Rosemary and my children, Courtney and AJ. We are members of St. Matthew’s Parish. I am a CPA and have practiced in the Borough for the past 34 years.
I have been a board member and/or coach for the Conshohocken Little League, Conshohocken Bears Football, Conshohocken Catholic CYO and the Fellowship House Summer Basketball League. I am a member of the Mayor’s Special Events Committee and Conshohocken Youth Foundation and have participated in numerous fundraisers for the various non-profit organizations and fire companies in the borough. I also served as a member of the Conshohocken Library Restoration Committee.
My tax office is a full-time office, that is centrally located, with ample free parking. My office has an excellent working relationship with all the taxing jurisdictions, mortgage companies, title offices and real estate agencies. For 24 years, my office has and will continue to safeguard our tax dollars and has annually reconciled with the various taxing jurisdictions.
Mayor – Mayor Robert Frost
Mayor Robert Frost is a lifelong resident of the Borough of Conshohocken. He attended St. Matthew’s Grade School, Archbishop Kennedy High School and holds a degree in Marketing from Saint Joseph’s University. He and his wife, Joanne have been married for 44 years and have two children, Jessica and Robert.
Bob is in his fourth term as Mayor of the Borough. He also serves as Vice President of the Pennsylvania State Mayor’s Association.
During his first term, Mayor Frost created the “Mayor’s Special Event Committee.” The Committee annually hosts the Car Show in June, the Halloween Parade, and the Christmas Tree Lighting Trivia Contest. The Mayor’s Special Event Committee works with other organizations in the Borough such as the Conshohocken Ambucs, VFW Post 1074, Washington Fire Company No. 1 and Conshohocken Fire Company No. 2.
Before becoming Mayor, Bob was very involved with the local Little League and the Borough’s Soap Box Derby Annual Race. He was previously a member of the Conshohocken Zoning Board and Vice-President of the Conshohocken Historical Society.
In his tenure as Mayor, Bob has seen many changes in the Borough and looks forward to the development of new programs and events, along with a continued partnership with our local organizations.
Mayor Robert Frost
Ward 6 Robert Stokley
Robert Stokley is a four-term Borough Council Member serving the Conshohocken’s 6th Ward. He is the Senior Member on Council, dedicating much of his time on Council to Recreation Services, Parks and Public Works projects.
Bob is Vice-President of RCS Building Services, a commercial building services company in Conshohocken. He views recreation opportunities for Conshohocken’s kids and seniors as two of his top priorities.
Bob, a long-time resident of Conshohocken, living in Conshohocken with his wife Diane for more than thirty years, is the proud father of Robert, Eric and Todd, and his grandson, Grayson.
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Ward 4 – Bob Moore Jr.
Bob Moore Jr. has been a lifelong member of the Conshohocken community. Raised in a family that set its roots in Conshohocken many generations ago – all the back to the 19th century – Bob proudly carries on the family traditions and values of involvement in the community. A local business owner, Bob runs Bob Moore Jr Auto, located here in the borough. In addition to his own business, Bob is also involved with the William F. Moore Funeral Home, his family’s multigenerational business located on Fayette Street.
Bob is a graduate of Archbishop John Carroll High School, playing on the Varsity Football team and later attended Temple University. An advocate of continuous education, Bob has continued to expand his professional horizons, completing many automotive courses and programs. These pursuits have led to him becoming a Certified Master Auto technician, allowing Bob to keep ahead with the rapid changes in automotive technology.
Bob has always carried a genuine and sincere connection to this town, proudly nurturing a strong attachment and loyalty to our community. While most of us know Bob Moore in his role as Santa Claus, either at the No. 2 Fire Co or at other community events, he is also active in the Conshohocken Soap Box Derby, the Conshohocken Fire Works team, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and a wide variety of other community, church, and other events.
Bob is looking forward to serving our community as our representative of the 4th Ward.