Commissioner Betsy McClure

Betsy McClureOur Greene County Board of Commissioners are elected to serve for a term of four years. During this time, the Commissioners are responsible for the fiscal affairs of Greene County, including the annual budget, levying of real estate taxes and the investment of county funds.

Office Location: 
Greene County Office Building 
3rd Floor 
93 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370 
Phone: 724-852-5210 / Fax: 724-852-5348 

Party Affiliation: Republican

About Commissioner McClure

Betsy McClure took the oath of office as Greene County Commissioner on Monday, January 6, 2020, beginning a term of office dedicated to advancing the interests of all citizens of Greene County. She believes in an open door policy, and encourages Greene County citizens to attend County meetings and become a positive part of our government.

  • Appointed as Vice-Chairman of the Greene County Board of Commissioners (Jan. 6, 2020)

  • January 2020 - appointed Vice-Chairman of the Greene County Board of Commissioners
  •  2020 - Greene County Salary Board
  • 2020 - Greene County Retirement Board
  • 2020 - Greene County Prison Board
  • 2015 - Greene County Republican State Committee Representative
  • Franklin Township Planning Board
  • Member - Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA)
  • Member - Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) Local 4793
  • Member - NRA
  • Member - St. Ann Roman Catholic Church

Commissioner McClure is a lifelong resident of Greene County, and earned her nursing degree from Waynesburg College and a Masters in Education from California University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a K-12 Principal Certification. She has 23 years of experience as a certified school nurse.  Betsy also served as a case manager for Albert Gallatin Hospice and Washington Hospital, and has taught college and vocational technical nursing classes.

Betsy and her husband, Keith, are parents of a son and daughter, and have three grandchildren.

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