was not with Esther, his
one-time flame on the Discovery Channel show, but with a "non-Mennonite" girl.
In actuality, his
name is Levi Stoltzfus
, and he
lives in the Richland area in eastern Lebanon County.
He is a member of Richland's Neptune Fire Co., according to the company's website.
Efforts to reach Stoltzfus
for this story were unsuccessful.
A representative from the Discovery Channel said he is not doing interviews at this time.
made a telling appearance at Richland Borough Council meeting last year
, and it was documented by the Lebanon Daily News
At the time, however, it was barely given a second thought.
According to an August 2012 Daily News article, Borough Council "gave approval for Neptune Fire Co. member Levi Stoltzfus to set a mobile home on fire at the Richland carnival grounds under the condition that prior proof of liability insurance is provided to
The hit reality show "Amish Mafia" is breaking viewership records on Discovery Channel.
the borough office.
said a crew will film him combating a fire in the trailer for the purpose of a creating a segment for a Discovery Channel program," the article continues.
"He's OK," Steiner said of Stoltzfus
"Somebody said, 'That's Levi
from the "Amish Mafia,"' and I said, 'No it's not,'" Huey recalled.
Other than a couple people asking Stoltzfus
to pose for photos, nobody made a big fuss about his visit, said Huey, who also had a picture taken with Stoltzfus.
used to get his
hair cut at Holiday Hair at the Promenade at Lebanon
East shopping center, just down the street from Cedar Grill.
But he has not been there since August, said Kristina Livering, the shop's floor manager.
and the show have become a popular topic of conversation at the shop since the show started airing in December, Livering said.
"I do see it coming out with the customers now," she
"They talk about him a lot."
Livering said Stoltzfus
once dated one of her
friends and said he
is easy to get along with.
a really nice guy," she
"You could start up a conversation with him about anything."
was also reportedly spotted at AT&T
at the Lebanon Valley Mall recently.
A manager there said she
could not confirm his
visit or discuss it due to corporate policy.