Joe Chille spent over 40 years in the broadcast industry working for companies including CBS, Taft, Infinity Broadcasting, and Townsquare Media. Joe has been recognized as one of the nations best radio programmers by Radio Ink Magazine and has been interviewed by Billboard Magazine, Inside Radio and other industry publications. Under his own company Joe Chille Productions, Joe is still heard across the United States in commercials airing on the 220 station Bill Martinez talk network, on WAVY-TV in Virginia Beach and on local TV and radio. Joe has also spent over 38 years as a Marine Deputy and retired as a Seasonal Deputy from the Niagara County Sheriff's Office in December 2017 after 38 years of service. Joe was one of the founding members of the Buffalo Broadcast Pioneers and has served on numerous boards and donated his time to local non-profits including the Aquarium of Niagara, The Niagara Falls Firefighters Toy Fund, The Niagara Falls Boys and Girls Club, and the Kids Escaping Drugs Telethon. Joe, lives in the Village of Lewiston and has two grown children--Joe, who is a computer engineer and daughter Justine Mariani . who with her husband Matt and sons Gianni and Adreyano live in Wheatfield.
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