PEOPLE: promotions, appointments and hires
Berks County-based Reinsel Kuntz Lesher named Allison E. Schlegelmilch a public relations and social media manager. She has more than 12 years of experience, most recently as a self-employed PR and communications consultant. She has a BS in journalism with a concentration in public relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Lebanon-based Garcia Garman & Shea named Patricia McGuire a certified public accountant. She was employed with Devaney & Company PC in Elizabethtown. She has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Lebanon Valley College.
York-based Buchart Horn Inc. named Scott E. Russell vice president of its environmental practice and a member of its board. He is a professional engineer and has been regional manager of the State College office since 2003. He has a BS in civil engineering from Widener University.
York-based C.S. Davidson Inc. named Jubum Kim a project designer. He is a structural engineer with more than 18 years of experience. He was an assistant professor with the civil engineering departments of Penn State Harrisburg and Clarkson University and an engineer with the former Ellerbe Becket Inc. He has a master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a doctorate in civil engineering from the University of Washington.
Chicago-based American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers named Maria Cognetti of Cognetti & Associates president-elect. Previously, she was president of the Pennsylvania chapter.
Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce elected William M. Mulligan of Good Samaritan Health System chairman, Margie Yohn of BeYohnd Mail & Marketing chairwoman-elect, Edward J. Coyle of Buzgon Davis Law Offices first vice chairman, Karen Groh of I.A. Design member-at-large and Rodney Seidel of First National Bank of Fredericksburg treasurer and corporate secretary. Randy Ebersole of Ebersole Buick GMC Honda was named immediate past chairman.
Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry elected Frank J. Trembulak chairman, Gary Langmuir first vice chairman and Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger vice chairwoman. Trembulak is executive vice president and chief operating officer of Geisinger Health System. He also is executive vice president of operations for Geisinger Health System Foundation and senior vice president and treasurer of the various Geisinger entities. Langmuir is president and CEO of Wohlsen Construction, and Holsinger is president and CEO of ASK Foods Inc. Robert Beard, David Breidinger, James Campolongo, George D. "Chip" Dufala Jr., Carl Erhart, David J. Gray, Mark Kempic, Dan Onorato, Michael Postupak, William F. Simpson Jr. and E. Philip Wenger were elected to the board. Beard is president and CEO of UGI Utilities; Breidinger is senior vice president of Comcast Corp.'s northeast division; Campolongo is area vice president of state government affairs with GlaxoSmithKline; Dufala is executive vice president of services with Erie Insurance Group; Erhart is area vice president of Verizon Communications; Gray is treasurer and senior vice president for finance and business with Penn State University; Kempic is president of Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania and Maryland; Onorato is executive vice president and chief external affairs and communications officer with Highmark Inc.; Postupak is senior vice president of Sovereign/Santander Corporate Banking Group; Simpson is president and COO of Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Co.; and Wenger is president and COO of Fulton Financial Corp. Andrew Sordoni III was named an honorary director for life. Prior to his retirement last month, he had been a board member for 40 years.
Wormleysburg-based Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers named Angela Jefferies director of its Pennsylvania Primary Care Career Center, which will help recruit and retain primary care clinicians and other community health center staff members in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Swatara Township-based Metro Bank named Steve Staman vice president and Lancaster County regional manager. He has more than 28 years of banking experience, most recently as a senior commercial loan manager. He has a bachelor's degree in economics from Franklin & Marshall College and an MBA from Philadelphia University. Christopher Eckman IV was named vice president and manager of the Progress Avenue store. He has seven years of banking experience. Ryan Scott was named manager of the Lemoyne store. He has 12 years of banking experience. Suzanne Harman was named manager of the Route 30 store in York County. She has 18 years of financial services experience and an associate degree in business from Lancaster Bible College. Zachary Miller was named Anti-Money Laundering and Bank Secrecy Act operations manager. He has nearly four years of experience and a bachelor's degree from York College.
First National Bank of Pennsylvania named Chrysta Nicole Burkholder a mortgage loan officer for the Harrisburg region. She will build relationships and assist clients with purchase and refinance transactions. She was a mortgage loan analyst with the Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union and a mortgage loan officer with Moneyline Lending.
Sadsbury Township-based Dutchland Inc. named Annmarie Hyrb a marketing coordinator. She has more than 19 years of program management, sales and marketing experience, most recently with the North Museum of Natural Science and History. She is a graduate of Villanova and Drexel universities.
YTI Career Institute of the Capital Region named Chris Kelly a computer technology and Internet security program coordinator. He was medical assistant instructor.
Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development named Norman P. Hetrick Jr. director of the Southeast regional office of the Governor's Action Team, which works with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania. He was a senior project manager with a Harrisburg-area commercial real estate development firm and a business-attraction specialist with Philadelphia's Mayor's Business Action Team. Thomas Rossomando was named a development specialist. He was DCED's budget director and a senior trader with several securities firms.