Blazey is an attorney by profession, specializing throughout his
career in environmental law. A graduate of Yale Law School, Doug
served in the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources
from 1970, which he helped to establish, and was Chief Counsel there
for a number of years. In 1984, Doug became Regional Counsel for
the United States Environmental Protection Agency in New York City
as one of ten Regional Counsels in the US. Serving under both political
administrations, Doug was recruited to private practice in 1995
with Elliott Greenleaf & Siedzikowski, P.C. headquartered in
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Doug is a frequent lecturer to attorneys
through Continuing Legal Education.
entering the practice of law, Doug taught disadvantaged youth at
Trenton High School. His commitment to teaching our youth continued,
as he served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the New York Law
School and is an Adjunct Professor on the Temple’s Fox School
of Business Law faculty.
Doug and his
wife Julianna are members of the Rotary Club of Wayne. Their daughter
Elizabeth received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees
from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, and is
working as a financial investment analyst with JP Morgan in New
York City. Their son Christopher, who also graduated from Radnor
High School, is an Eagle Scout and an AP Scholar, and attends the
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Christopher carried
the Wayne banner in the Independence Day Parade with Rotarians in
Philadelphia and participates in many Rotary activities.
his wife Julianna, and their children Elizabeth and Christopher
are all Paul Harris Fellows.