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Newsmakers: Nonprofit

- Last modified: March 1, 2013 at 1:20 PM

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Businesses featured this week: Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Highmark Inc., M&T Bank, Giant Food Stores, Pennsylvania Bankers Association, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania, Merrill Lynch, The Hershey Co.

The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank named Susan Hubley, John Klobusicky, John MacDonald and Dan Reisteter to its board. Hubley is director of community affairs of Pittsburgh-based Highmark Inc.'s central region. She has been with the company for 24 years and oversees all aspects of grant making and community outreach programs. She has a BA in communications, journalism and public relations from Shippensburg University. Klobusicky is an administrative vice president with M&T Bank. He oversees the defined benefit, endowment and foundation area, as well as institutional operating accounts, and has a BA in English and an MBA in finance and investment from Marywood College. MacDonald is director of marketing and external communications with Giant Food Stores. He also is a continuing education adjunct professor with Elizabethtown College and Delaware Valley College. He has a BS in marketing from Bloomsburg University and a master's degree in business administration from Lebanon Valley College. Reisteter is vice president of government relations with the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. He has a BS in political science from the University of Scranton.

White, left, and Greiner

Derry Township-based Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania named David White president, Sharon Greiner vice president and Kimberly Nelson assistant treasurer. White, who was a colonel in the U.S. Army prior to retirement, is resident director of Merrill Lynch in York. He has a bachelor's degree from the U.S. Military Academy, a master's degree in higher education from the University of South Carolina and a master's degree in national security strategy from the National War College in Washington, D.C. Greiner was a senior telecommunications analyst with The Hershey Co. for 10 years; Nelson owns the Allentown Boulevard McDonald's in Lower Paxton Township.

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