Eric Maybach, Treasurer
Fauquier County Commissioner of Revenue, Eric Maybach is a lifelong Fauquier resident. He brings a strong work ethic, out-of-the-box thinking, open communication, and dedicated leadership to the Hero’s Bridge board where he was appointed Treasurer.
Maybach graduated from Fauquier High School in 1995 before attending West Virginia University. In 2019, he succeeded Ross D’Urso as the Commissioner of the Revenue. In this role, he strives to provide efficient and effective taxpayer services through diligent and careful maintenance of taxpayer records. To this position he brings over 15 years in the financial industry, managing six teams across five states.
Maybach is emphatic about giving back to the community that helped to raise him. He has a long history of community and civic involvement including the Warrenton Ruritan Club; The American Cancer Society; St. John The Evangelist Catholic Church; Fauquier Chamber of Commerce; Fauquier Unit, and the NAACP.
“I am honored for this opportunity to be a part of a great organization dedicated to giving back and helping those that gave so much in service to our Country. They served to protect our Nation, our God Given Rights, our Freedoms, and Democracy. We need to remember our veterans, thank them, and think of how we can help repay their service.”
Col. John Lesinski USMC (ret)
Rappahannock County businessman, John Lesinski, brings entrepreneurial drive, leadership, and military experience to the Hero’s Bridge board.
Lesinski is a 1980 graduate of Santa Clara University, California, and served 26 years in the Marine Corps. After leaving active duty in 1985, Lesinski continued his career in the Reserves and retired as a colonel in 2006. Today he is a Executive Vice President at Colliers, specializing in industrial tenant and owner representation in addition to land and building disposition services in the Shenandoah Valley.
He believes strongly in public service and has served on the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, has been the Chairman of the Rappahannock County Public School’s Board of Education, and is on the Board of Trustees of Warren Memorial Hospital Foundation in Front Royal, Virginia.. Lesinski currently serves as Chairman of the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation board and is a trustee on the Virginia Board of Veterans Services. Both appointments were by the governor in 2014 and 2018, respectively.
“Serving veterans in our Commonwealth is an ongoing passion and I look forward to contributing to the continued success of Hero’s Bridge in my own local community. The federal and state governments cannot do it all for our veterans and local efforts such as Hero’s Bridge often provide the necessary support so urgently needed. I am honored to be part of this amazing team!”
Maybach and Lesinski join fellow board members
Phil Kasky Captain/USN (ret)- Vice President
Richard Heppard SCPO/USN (ret)- Secretary
Molly Brooks RN-BC, CHPCA- President/Founder