David J. Lozier, District Attorney – Beaver County
David J. Lozier was elected Beaver County District Attorney on November 3, 2015. For 27 years David J. Lozier has represented clients in court cases in over 20 counties throughout Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia.
David J. Lozier has lived a life of service to his community. He is a 12-year Veteran US Army Infantry Officer and Helicopter pilot, 12-year member of Patterson Heights Borough Council with 10 years as Borough Council President, 20-year Sunday School Teacher and church Youth Leader and has both led and volunteered on church mission trips in Beaver County, Appalachia, and storm-torn Louisiana.
David J. Lozier earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA. He began his litigation career as an associate at the law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll in 1988, and then worked with prominent personal injury attorneys including Frank Conflenti and Harry S Cohen and Associates until 2012 when he established his own law office in Chippewa. He has lived in Beaver County for 25 years, been married to his wife Beth for 24 years, and together they have raised 2 college-aged daughters.
September 24, 2021
The National Cemetery of the Alleghenies covers 292 acres in Cecil Township, Washington County, approximately 20 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. The cemetery was dedicated on October 9, 2005, by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Cemetery Administration and is one of the newest cemeteries in the National Cemetery system. The first burials took place on August 15, 2005. It was constructed on farmland and contains a small farm cemetery with graves dating to the late 18th Century. When fully completed, it will provide over 100,000 burial spaces. The cemetery is open to visitors daily from sunrise to sunset.
Burial in a national cemetery is open to all members of the armed forces who have met a minimum active-duty service requirement and were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. A Veteran’s spouse, widow or widower, minor dependent children, and under certain conditions, unmarried adult children with disabilities may also be eligible for burial. Eligible spouses and children may be buried even if they predecease the Veteran. Members of the reserve components of the armed forces who die while on active duty or who die while on training duty, or were eligible for retired pay, may also be eligible for burial.