All five of the managing partners/cousins
spent a substantial portion of their childhood growing up on
the property that now consists of the Bri-Scot Business Park.
To them, it is a lifetime memory, family heirloom and source
of family pride. The five managing partners/cousins grew up in
two adjacent houses (only one of which still stands) located
directly next to the commercial properties. Those residential
properties are also still owned by the family and used as part
of the Bri-Scot enterprise.
Adam Diekewicz is the on-site
manager. He is the primary contact for any questions
regarding daily activities. He reports to the five managing
W. Scott Anderson, III (son of W. Scott Anderson, Jr.)
In addition to being Bri-Scot's Managing General Partner,
Scott is an environmental consultant with a large
international engineering firm. He specializes in air quality
and environmental permitting and compliance services for a
wide range industrial, commercial, and government clients. He
has a BS in Chemical Engineering from University of Delaware
and is a licensed engineer in California and Pennsylvania.
Scott began working at Bri-Scot at age 6, by pulling weeds
from the planting beds in front of the original Andbro (410
building). He moved up to cleaning bathrooms and mopping the
floors on weekends during high school. In summers, he worked
with his grandfather (Scott Sr.) in the warehouses of Andbro.
After college, he worked with Color-Dec (420 Building) doing
technical sales and environmental permitting for the companies
printing equipment. Scott also managed the operations of
Hydrografix, a novel 3D decorating process (440 Building)
during the late 1980's. Scott took the role of Bri-Scot
Managing General Partner in 2011.
Scott lives in Bucks County, PA in an old stone farm house
with his wife Marta, a dog named Daisy, and three cats. Scott enjoys camping, music, and
cooking vegan and vegetarian meals with local ingredients. He
plays upright bass professionally with the Goose Creek
Pioneers, a Bluegrass/Americana band; so, you may hear him at
a farm market, folk festival, tavern, or political event
around the Delaware Valley.
Sherry Brown (Anderson, daughter of Brian Anderson)
Sherry started working at Andbro in 1974 in the production
area and eventually in the quality assurance department as the
business grew. She moved on to Los Angeles, San Francisco and
onto Burlington, Vermont.
She attended Trinity College and the University of Vermont,
served as an active part of the United Way RSVP advisory board
and more recently on the Board of Saratoga Vital Aging
She has spent the past 20 years in facility and property
management, specializing in sports facilities, community
centers and senior focused residential and commercial
communities. She is also CNA and Certified Senior Advisor.
Sherry currently resides in NY. She has a son, Mathew, with a
family and new grandson in Vermont. She also has a daughter,
Rachel, in New York City.
Vickie Anderson-White, (daughter of Brian Anderson)
Vickie began working at Bri-Scot training in the die
department. She spent over 10 years there creating hot stamp
dies and assisting the art department. She moved to Vermont
around 1990, transitioning to the newspaper business, after
working in the restaurant business briefly.
Working at the Vermont Times in Burlington as production
assistant, she grew to love graphic design and the editorial
aspect of the job. Vickie continued to work in graphics doing
advertising design and freelance work for numerous years.
Moving to Woodstock, VT when her son was born, she took a job
at the Woodstock Standard and Windsor Chronicle, two local
newspapers that supported central Vermont. While living there,
she began a more extensive editorial role at the Windsor
Chronicle for about 10 more years.
She moved to New Hampshire in 2004 and now works as a graphic
designer, doing marketing and communications for a Risk
Management company. In her free time, she belongs to a local
organic community garden, volunteers, and takes care of her
200-year-old farmhouse in rural New Hampshire. Vickie has an
18-year-old son, who attends the University of New Hampshire
and a 10 year old dog, named Xena.
Sandy Johnson (Anderson, daughter of W. Scott Anderson,
Hello, I am Sandy Johnson. I grew up in
Pitman and spent many happy hours exploring the woods adjacent
to the park when I was young. I graduated from Pitman High
School and then went on to college to get my RN. I presently
work as a Registered Nurse in an Ear Nose and throat office in
I currently reside with my husband and three (almost Grown! )
sons in Lindenwold , NJ. I still enjoy playing in the woods
and am a Boy Scout leader in Lindenwold. I also enjoy many
outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking and geocaching.
I am at the park semi-regularly so you may see me around. If
you see me, please feel free to introduce yourself. I'd love
to say HI and get to know you.
Steven Anderson (son of W. Scott Anderson, Jr.)
Steve was born March 1963 in Ohio. Shortly thereafter, the
entire family moved to New Jersey. Steve basically grew up in
Pitman and spent most of his childhood roaming around the
woods and small stream/swamp that border the Bri-Scot Business
Steve’s first “job” was weeding gardens around the plant well
before he was 10 although he does remember "inspecting"
printed tubes in the old chicken coop when he was around five
or a little older. He migrated to cleaning restrooms and
eventually working extensively in the warehouse. All of this,
he did while going to school.
After graduating from Pitman High School, Steve went on to
graduate with a Masters degree in electrical engineering from
Drexel University in Philadelphia. Steve then went to work for
Intel for 13 years. Since 1999, Steve and his wife Monika have
owned and operated an adventure/fishing lodge in Alaska near
Soldotna B&B Lodge and Alaska Fishing Charters). Steve and
Monika have two young girls: Erika 7 and Lilly 2 and Kitty
cat, Tiger. Steve and his family presently split time between
Soldotna, Alaska and Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany (Monika is