Brian Signaigo, Extension agent and county director for Chester County, started off his 30-year career with UT in 4-H programming. He enjoyed it so much that he never had a desire to change jobs.
Some of Brian’s fondest memories involve his experiences with UT and the 4-H program.
“When my daughter became eligible to join 4-H, she got involved in the swine project. It wasn’t long before we were raising market hogs in the back yard,” Brian said.
Brian is often sought out for advice and a good laugh.
“Brian is one of the funniest guys I know. He is a great boss and a better friend,” Penny Handy, administrative support for Chester County said.
Brian represents the best of the University by serving the people of Chester County with vigor, compassion and an easy-going demeanor. Just ask Brian’s supervisor, Ben West, director of UT Extension’s western region.
“Brian is one of the most passionate, hard working people I know. He always has a smile on his face and is ready for anything!”
Brian enjoys golfing, yard work and tinkering on small engines. He and his wife Donna have one daughter, Sara Turner.