Frank Sirchie

How did you come to live and/or work in Conshohocken?

I have lived here all my life.  I was born and raised on West Elm Street across from St Mary’s church.  My moms family, Ruggerio, lived next door and had a Barber Shop. I lived on the 700 Block of Harry Street for some time and the 400 block of East 10th Ave. I have had the privilege of living in The Miraglia House on the top corner of West 6th Ave and Forrest from 1992 until the present. The house was built in 1854.  The building was sold so I’m looking for something else in this great town

What do you do (career wise)?

I worked for the Post office for 20 years, then went to work for my brother at Criminal Research Products INC (The old St Matt’s H.S. on Hector Street-now converted APT’S) as a Forensic Lab Technician.  I am now retired and working part time at the Conshy 711.

What are you involved in outside of work?

I am involved with St. Matthews Church and my family. I also enjoy watching sports and supporting our Philadelphia teams.

What do you love most about Conshohocken?

Convenience to everything-stores, doctors, church etc., and the great people that make up this community.

What are your favorite places in Conshohocken?

St Matthews Church, The original 401 diner, CVS, Spamps Restaurant, Tony & Joe’s, and Ted’s Place (great Hoagies, Great People!)