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POWERBOOK 2013: Power alumni

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Now in its third year, our annual Powerbook edition has highlighted some of Central Pennsylvania's most influential power players.

Here's a look at our Powerbook alumni:

2012

Michael Young

Then: President and CEO, PinnacleHealth System

Now: Same

G. Terry Madonna

Then: Professor of public policy and director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs and the F&M Poll, Franklin & Marshall College

Now: Same

The Rev. Nathan Baxter

Then: Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Now: Retired

John "Ski" Sygielski

Then: President, Harrisburg Area Community College

Now: Same

Bill Miller

Then: Co-owner and founder, Carlisle Events

Now: Same

Ron Tomalis

Then: Pennsylvania secretary of education

Now: 'Special adviser' to Gov. Tom Corbett on higher-education issues

Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter

Then: Commonwealth Court judge overseeing Harrisburg's Act 47 case

Now: Same

Dick Charles

Then: Vice president, Annville Township Board of Commissioners; chairman, Annville Township Economic Development Authority; managing principal, The Franklin Consulting Group

Now: Same

Josh Hankey

Then: President, Susquehanna Renovations Inc.

Now: Same

Jim Warner

Then: CEO, Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority

Now: Same

2011

Tom Corbett

Then: Governor of Pennsylvania

Now: Same

S. Dale High

Then: Chairman, High Companies

Now: Same

Carolyn Steinhauser

Then: Consultant, Women's Giving Circle of York County Foundation

Now: Same

G. Yale Eastman

Then: Chairman, Eastman Family Partnership

Now: Managing general partner

Rocco Ortenzio

Then: CEO, Select Medical Corp.

Now: Same

Jeffrey Piccola

Then: State senator, 15th District, Susquehanna Township, Dauphin County

Now: No longer a legislator

David Ashcraft

Then: Senior pastor, Lives Changed by Christ

Now: Same

Dr. Harold Paz

Then: CEO, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center; senior vice president for health affairs, Penn State University; dean, Penn State College of Medicine

Now: Same

R. Eric Menzer

Then: President and general manager, York Revolution

Now: Same

Lois Lehrman Grass

Then: Harrisburg civic volunteer

Now: Same

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