Sterling History & Heritage


Sterling Historical & Heritage Preservation Committee

Organized by the Sterling Foundation on January 12, 2016, the Sterling Historical & Heritage Preservation Committee seeks to preserve Sterling’s unique heritage, historical, and architectural assets. Helmed by Todd Gallant, SHHPC works to preserve our past, while educating and edifying our present citizens, helping us build a brighter, stronger, more connected future.

We hope you’ll enjoy learning more about Sterling and we look forward to having you join us at future SHHPC events!

Questions about the Committee and its work can be directed to [email protected].

Old Sterling Station
Young boys on a farm near old Sterling
A farm near old Sterling

SHHPC Chair • Todd Gallant

The Sterling Foundation is grateful to our SHHPC Chair, Todd Gallant, for his tireless work to preserve and showcase Sterling’s history and heritage. Todd and his wife of 26 years, Tracy, moved their young family into the Sterling area in 2004. His two children, both graduates of Park View, are now grown and married with kids of their own. Todd is a doting grandfather, a graduate of Penn State University, and currently works as a real estate agent with the Weichart Group. Although he’s slowed down a little in his middle-aged years, Todd still enjoys most outdoor activities and can regularly be found at many of the county vineyards and breweries with his wife and friends on the weekends. He enjoys wood working and is also a member of several community organizations, including VFW Post 1177, American Legion Post 150, and has been a member of the Sterling Foundation for several years.