PEOPLE: promotions, appointments and hires
West York-based Print-O-Stat Inc. named Brian G. Hockley a survey technical specialist with its geospatial division. In addition to providing sales and training, he will create professional demonstrations and configure geospatial equipment. He is a professional land surveyor with more than a decade of experience in boundary, topographical, construction-stakeout and other surveys. Previously, he owned a land surveying business in Lebanon.
York-based C.S. Davidson Inc. named Cory A. McCoy an environmental engineering technician. He is an engineer-in-training with a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Virginia Tech.
York-based Barton Associates Inc. named Mattie Reese an administrative support employee with its State College office. She has a BS in energy, business and finance from Penn State University.
Manheim Township-based Arro named Thomas Edinger a geographic information systems analyst with the Montgomery County office. He has more than 15 years of experience, most recently as a GIS manager and transportation planner with the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission. He also is an adjunct GIS instructor with Moravian College in Bethlehem. He has a BS in management information systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in city and regional planning from Ohio State University.
East Hempfield Township-based David Miller/Associates Inc. named David W. Bitner a professional engineer with its land planning staff. He has more than 10 years of experience and a BS in civil engineering from Penn State University. Erin Cramer was named director of marketing and administrative services. She has 20 years of administrative and marketing experience.
Wormleysburg-based Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers named Christina Brindamour its workforce coordinator. She will oversee statewide community health center recruitment. Previously, she was employed with the Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board and the Pennsylvania Center for Health Careers. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Penn State University.
Washington D.C.-based National Association of College and University Attorneys elected Dana Scaduto president. She is general counsel of Dickinson College in Carlisle. Prior to joining the school in 2002, she was in private practice with McNees Wallace & Nurick of Harrisburg for 18 years. She has a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and a law degree from Indiana University.
Upper Allen Township-based Members 1st Federal Credit Union named Tyler Duesberry manager of its Columbia Avenue branch in Lancaster County. She has more than 25 years of financial experience, most recently as an assistant vice president with the Bank of Lancaster County and PNC Bank.
Harrisburg-based Reynolds named David S. Angle CEO. He has been with the company 18 years as a project executive, president of the general construction division and chief operating officer. He has more than 30 years of construction experience and a bachelor of architectural engineering with an emphasis on construction management from Penn State University. Founder Richard T. Reynolds, who had been CEO, will continue as chairman. He will oversee long-term strategic planning and fiscal management. Jeffrey P. Merritt was named chief operating officer. He will continue as president of Reynolds Construction Management. He was director of business development and a senior vice president. He has a bachelor of architectural engineering with an emphasis on construction management from Penn State.
Brecknock Township-based Brubacher Excavating Inc. named Mike Vorster to its board. Vorster is a professor with Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering and president of C.E.M.P. Central Inc. He has a BS in civil engineering, an MBA from the University of Cape Town and a PhD from the University of Stellenbosch.
Lancaster-based Rhoads Energy named Joe Abrams a propane supervisor. He will oversee the propane program, including sales and management, delivering propane and installing new equipment. He has more than 15 years of propane and oil heat experience with Leffler Energy, Patriot Propane, Leon Landis and Affordable Propane.
Gov. Tom Corbett named Royce L. Morris of Dauphin County and Francis J. Schultz of Crawford County to the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing. Anne M. Chapman of Bucks County was named to the Pennsylvania Commission for Women. Virginia Richardson of Mercer County, Louis Oliverio of Allegheny County, Joseph Campbell of Bucks County, David Haury of Dauphin County, Anthony J. Rosini of Northumberland County and Tom J. Gerhard of Carbon County were named to the County Records Committee.
Susquehanna Township-based-Nursing Foundation of Pennsylvania, which is affiliated with the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, elected Renee Chenault-Fattah, Jonathan Freeman and Michael Hershock trustees. Chenault-Fattah is an attorney and broadcast journalist with NBC10 News Philadelphia; Freeman is a financial adviser with The McCarver and Freeman Wealth Management Group.
Manheim Township-based Coldwell Banker Select Professionals named Michelle Shay a real estate agent for the greater Lancaster area. She has 16 years of experience.