I was in the Pittsburgh area, only for a short time (98-07). Here is all the CO's I had:
Fred Lanier (Laneer?) - Big fellow, rather friendly. My bible study conductor brought him over my house before I was baptized.
Norman Mosher (Moser?) - Older widow, used to be a school teacher. He instructed my pioneer school. Very friendly and accessible.
Richard Leighton - This guy really liked to make life miserable. I was a MS during his visits. Would really tell everybody off, complain about how lazy they were, ect. He was really stuck in a 50s mentality, subjection of women, etc. Never really talked to him much other than going out in service a few times. His talks would mainly complain that things "used to be better." Lots of stories about how out there this guy was.
Favorite quote during a public talk, used to tell us how close we are to "the end":
"They used to make school buildings tall, and they were cheap to heat, and kids got lots up exercise going up and down the stairs. Now they make school buildings long, and kids don't get enough exercise, and they are more expensive to heat."
I also remember him reading a poem that was probably written back in the early 1980s. It complained that "things are different from the good ol' days." One specific line:
"I remember when a rabbit was a rabbit, and not a car"
This was before the VW rabbit was reissued a few years back. Somehow he needed to complain about the name of the car 20 years after it had stopped being made.
Of course he also gave that infamous CO talk about people having sex with animals (05, 06?).
I also remember John Crispin was the DO for a while. I believe he was from California. There was another DO, guy was bald, told terrible jokes (including a cheap pun that related to his name somehow). Can't remember him...