Philmont Country ClubAnnual Frolic – Person of the Year Celebration 

The Feasterville
Business Association
Cordially invites you
to attend theAnnual Frolic & Raffle
Honoring

Rick Tyrrell PERSON OF THE YEAR
Friday, October 14, 2022

Philmont Country Club
301 Tomlinson Road
Huntingdon Valley PA 19006
Cocktail Reception 6 PM
Dinner & Presentation 7 PM
$75 per person
Open bar 6-11PM,
Raffle Auction,
Live Music and Dancing with the
Craig Satchell Orchestra

RSVP deadlineSeptember 30, 2022
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Proper Attire Requested

Rick Tyrrell is Feasterville Business
Association’s 2022 Person of the Year. Tyrrell has been
a member of the FBA for the past 10 years and has served
as the professional business association’s president, vice
president and as a long-time member of its executive
board. He is being singled out for special attention for
his service to the FBA, as well as the community-at-large.
Tyrrell is the founder, owner and operator of Cheese Dawgs
Restaurant located at 318 Bustleton Pike in Feasterville-Trevose,
PA, which he established a decade ago. The restaurant features
Tyrrell’s unique combinations and has become a local favorite. It was
named the most loved restaurant in Feasterville for 2022 on Yelp and
Doordash and Travel and Leisure Magazine previously identified it as
having the best hot dog in Pennsylvania in 2021.
Born in Abington, PA, he lived in Trevose and attended Assumption
B.V.M. Church. He is an alumnus of Pleasant Valley High School in
the Pocono Mountains and developed personal recipes through his
experiences living in Texas, Florida and New York.
He has been an active member of the Holy Ghost Preparatory
School Fathers Guild in Bensalem, PA and served as a Little League
baseball coach for the Bensalem Ramblers. He and his wife, Mary
have two adult boys, Rick, 24 and Jason, 22. He additionally is a
member of the Lower Southampton Comprehensive Plan Committee
overseeing progress and structural development in the community.

All are invited to celebrate Oct 14 2022
Philmont Country ClubAnnual Frolic – Person of the Year Celebration
RICK TYRRELL, OF BENSALEM, PA WILL BE HONORED BY THE FEASTERVILLE
BUSINESS ASSOCIATION AS THE PERSON OF THE YEAR AT THEIR ANNUAL FROLIC
ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14
Rick Tyrrell, of Bensalem, PA, who has been in the restaurant industry for
40 years will be honored as the Person of the Year by the Feasterville Business
Association at the Philmont County Club, located at 301 Tomlinson Road,
Huntingdon Valley, PA on Friday evening, October 14, it was announced by Ron
Hyman, president of the FBA. Cocktails will be at 6 p.m. followed by dinner and
the awards ceremony at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
Tyrrell has been a member of the FBA for the past 10 years and has served
as the professional business association’s president, vice president and as a long-
time member of its executive board. He is being singled out for special attention
for his service to the FBA, as well as the community-at-large.
Tyrrell is the founder, owner and operator of Cheese Dawgs Restaurant
located at 318 Bustleton Pike in Feasterville-Trevose, PA. which he established a
decade ago. The restaurant features Tyrell’s unique combinations and has
become a local favorite. It was named the most loved restaurant in Feasterville

for 2022 on Yelp and Doordash and Travel and Leisure Magazine previously
identified it as having the best hot dog in Pennsylvania in 2021.
Born in Abington, PA, he lived in Trevose and attended Assumption B.V.M.
Church. He is an alumni of Pleasant Valley High School in the Pocono Mountains
and developed personal recipes through his experiences living in Texas, Florida
and New York.
He has been an active member of the Holy Ghost Preparatory School
Fathers Guild in Bensalem, PA and served as a Little League baseball coach for the
Bensalem Ramblers. He and his wife, Mary have two adult boys, Rick, 24 and
Jason, 22. He additionally is a member of the Lower Southampton Comprehensive
Plan Committee overseeing progress and structural development in the
community.
Tickets for the frolic are $75 per person which includes a cocktail reception,
dinner with wine, open bar all night, basket raffles and music and dancing to the
Craig Satchell Experience. For additional information and reservations contact
Jane Ward at 215-919-1495. Checks should be made payable to the Feasterville
Business Association and mailed to Fran Mishinkash, 114 Pinewood Drive,
Levittown, PA 19054.
Now celebrating its 73 rd anniversary year, the mission of the Feasterville
Business Association is to foster and encourage growth and progress for the
betterment of the community. You can visit the FBA on the web at
www.feastervillebusinessassociation.com.
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