Clifton, Virginia - Today, Harold Pyon announced the endorsement of Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity.
"Harold Pyon is a product of the American Dream and wants the same opportunities he had for his daughter Ashley and all of our children and grandchildren," said Herrity. "He has a long record of service to our community, Commonwealth and our nation. He has a servant’s heart and a clear understanding of the issues that every day Virginians face. He will be a strong voice for our
community in the General Assembly."
Harold Pyon: Harold Pyon was born in Korea and immigrated to the United States, settling in Virginia over five decades ago. After high school, Harold served in the United States Army as a Medic. Harold graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University through the G.I. Bill. You can find Harold’s complete biography by visiting https://www.haroldpyon.com/about.
Supervisor Pat Herrity: After over 25 years of active business, sports and civic community leadership and experience, Pat Herrity was elected Springfield District Supervisor in November 2007. He was raised in Fairfax County, is a 1978 graduate of West Springfield High School and received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Virginia Tech in 1982. Pat lives in Little Rocky Run with his wife, Nancy, their son, Sean, and their daughter, Valeria. Pat and his family are members of St Andrew’s Catholic Church. His mom, sister, two of his brothers and many other relatives still reside in Northern Virginia. Being lifelong residents of Northern Virginia, the issues that face us are of critical importance to Pat and his entire family.
As the son of the former Fairfax Board of County Supervisors Chairman Jack Herrity, Pat grew up attending community meetings and county budget hearings. Pat was raised with the issues of Fairfax County and Northern Virginia regularly discussed at home and he did not have to look far for a mentor on how to lead and give back to the community. Until Jack’s death in 2006, Pat and his dad would discuss county issues several times a day. Having spent his entire life here, Pat has a unique understanding of Northern Virginia and its needs. First as a business and community leader and now as a Supervisor, Pat has actively led efforts to implement transportation solutions. As a result of his efforts, he received the President’s Award and the Community Service Award from NVTC and the Chairman’s Award from the Fairfax County Chamber.
Pat is currently the Chief Financial Officer of Intelligent Waves in Reston, Virginia, a service disabled veteran owned IT company, where he has a reputation as a “go-to” guy who possesses the leadership, management, and financial skills to get the job done. Pat has used his award winning financial skills to promote an agenda of fiscal responsibility and transparency on the Board of Supervisors.