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Susquehanna Township-based Boles Metzger Brosius & Emrick PC named Bradley Giampietro and Nathaniel Swanger senior accountants. Giampietro is a certified public accountant and a graduate of York College. Swanger is a graduate of Messiah College.
East Pennsboro Township-based Boyer & Ritter, CPAs and Consultants named Francis D. Morris a senior manager. Morris is a certified public accountant with 14 years of experience in business valuations, litigation support and income tax planning. He will concentrate in business valuations as part of the forensic, valuation and litigation support services group. He is a graduate of West Chester University.
Swatara Township-based K&W Engineers and Consultants named Adam J. Davis a project manager. Davis is a professional engineer with experience in land development, stormwater management and project management, as well as a bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Manheim Township-based Arro Consulting Inc. named Susan Brown assistant vice president of marketing and communications. She will oversee marketing and communications, including internal and external communications, assigned media and client relations, social media and website development. She was a marketing and communications coordinator. She has a bachelor's degree in humanities from Penn State University.
Syracuse, N.Y.-based Barton & Loguidice, which has an office in Lower Allen Township, named Mark B. Bruening leader of municipal engineering services for Pennsylvania. He is a professional engineer and was a regional manager with Remington, Vernick & Beach Engineers. He has more than 33 years of experience and a bachelor of civil engineering degree from Villanova University. Shaun P. McAdams was named a project env i ronment a l scientist. He will supervise stream ecology, fluvialgeomorphology, habitat assessment and watershed-protection services. He has eight years of experience and a BS in environmental studies from East Stroudsburg University.
Swatara Township-based Hospital & Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania named Garry L. Scheib chairman, Steven P. Johnson chairman- elect, Scott A. Becker treasurer and Paul Bacharach immediate past chairman. Scheib is chief operations officer of University of Pennsylvania Health System and executive director of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, both in Philadelphia. Johnson is president and CEO of Susquehanna Health in Williamsport, Lycoming County. Becker is CEO of Conemaugh Health System in Johnstown, Cambria County. Bacharach is president and CEO of Uniontown Hospital in Fayette County. Christopher A. Gessner, Michael P. Halter, Kathleen E. Kuck, Laurence M. Merlis and Drs. Brian A. Nester and Kenneth E. Wood were named to the board. Gessner is president of UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in Allegheny County; Halter is CEO of Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia; Kuck is president and CEO of Pocono Medical Center in Monroe County; Merlis is president and CEO of Abington Memorial Hospital in Montgomery County; Nester is chief strategy officer of Lehigh Valley Health Network in Lehigh County; and Wood is chief medical officer of Geisinger Medical Center in Montour County. Angela E. Gohn was named director of state legislation. She was an associate with Greenlee Partners. She has a BA in psychology and art from Capital University in Ohio and a master's degree in public administration from Penn State University.
Lancaster Chamber of Commerce & Industry named Andi Murphy marketing and business services development director. She will oversee market research, analysis and marketing strategies. She was public relations director for Taylor Brand Group. She has more than 20 years of experience and a BA in English from Bucknell University.
Rapho Township-based Lynch Financial LLC named Gary L. Kipp vice president. He was a senior consultant. Previously, he was a staffaccountant with Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP and controller of The Horst Group Inc. and Binkley & Ober Inc. He will perform as an outsourced controller and chief financial officer and manage clients' external financial reporting and support. He is a certified public accountant with a bachelor's degree in economics & business administration from Lebanon Valley College.
Upper Allen Township-based Members 1st Federal Credit Union named Christian Zellers branch manager of the Quentin Road branch in North Cornwall Township. He was a branch manager with Northwest Savings Bank. He has a BS in finance from Penn State University and an MBA from Lebanon Valley College.
Gov. Tom Corbett named Dr. Gaspere C. Geraci of Dauphin County chairman of the e-Health Partnership Authority, which provides leadership, strategic direction and investments in health information technology and health information exchange initiatives. Geraci is vice president of physician leadership in quality and value with the Pennsylvania Medical Society. Sharon Ackerman of Somerset County, Thomas Beeman of Lancaster County, Leslie Grey of Erie County, Ellen Krajewski of Tioga County and Robert Torres of Dauphin County were named board members.
Derry Township-based Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center named Dr. Jennifer Goldstein medical director of patient logistics. She was associate director of the internal medicine residency training program and has been involved in both outpatient and inpatient care. She has also been involved in the transition to the electronic medical record in the outpatient setting.
East Hempfield Township-based Central Penn Management Group, a medical-billing and physicianmanagement services firm, named Cheryl Brodeur director of operations. She was a coordinator of technology education with a local health system and applications trainer with CPMG. She has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Millersville University.
Lancaster-based Barley Snyder named David J. Freedman and Alex E. Snyder partners. Freedman focuses his practice on labor and employment issues and also represents colleges and universities. He has a BA from George Mason University and a law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law. Snyder focuses on estate and trust planning and administra-0 tion, tax planning, fiduciary litigation and business law. He has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and a law degree from Washington and Lee University.
Lancaster-based Scheffey Integrated Marketing named Stacey Bollinger a client manager. She has a BA in communication and journalism and an MS in communication studies from Shippensburg University.
Lewisburg, Union County-based Susquehanna Greenway Partnership named Timm Moyer and Peter Smith to its board. Moyer is co-founder of MoJo Active, a marketing and Webdevelopment firm in Watsontown, Northumberland County. He has a communications degree from Lebanon Valley College. Smith is a general practice lawyer in Clearfield County. He focuses on commercial transactions, real estate, mineral law, estate planning and related litigation. He has a bachelor's degree from Williams College and a law degree from Dickinson School of Law.
York-based Lutheran Social Services South Central Pennsylvania named Kenneth Watts program director of its community outreach services' social and specialty services division. He will oversee case management and the Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing programs. He was an investigative caseworker with York County's Office of Children, Youth and Families and a child and adolescent service systems coordinator within the York County human services department. He has a BA in political science from Bloomsburg University and a BS in Bible and ministry from Lancaster Bible College.
East Lampeter Township-based Junior Achievement of Central PA named Megan Snyder a development assistant. She will focus primarily on writing and database management. She was employed with Church World Service's refugee program. She has a bachelor's degree in international studies and anthropology from Salisbury University in Maryland.
Manor Township-based Prudential Homesale Services Group named Jeanne DeDay a sales associate with its Camp Hill office. She has three years of real estate sales experience and a BS in marketing from Penn State University. Greg Ebling was named a residential and new construction sales associate with the Quentin Road office. He has six years of real estate experience. Jill Gilson and Marilyn Stoner were named residential sales associates with the Manheim Township office. Gilson has two years of real estate experience and more than 30 years of sales experience. Stoner has more than 30 years of real estate experience.
York-based Bennett Williams Realty Inc. named Barbara Cartwright, Keith Kahlbaugh and Brian Parrish sales executives. Cartwright has more than 12 years of real estate experience, most recently with Highpointe Commercial Realty Advisors; Kahlbaugh has more than seven years of commercial real estate experience, most recently with Springwood Commercial Realty; and Parrish has nearly seven years of commercial real estate experience, most recently with Prudential Bob Yost Realty. Rick McGinnis was named director of the Harrisburg region. He has more than 25 years of commercial real estate and management consulting experience, most recently with Highpointe Commercial.
Springettsbury Township-based Fastsigns of York named Pam Cook a visual communications expert. She will develop vehicle graphics, way-finding signage, digital graphics and mobile websites. She was a document management consultant with Phillips Office Solutions.
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