Newsmakers: Fulton Financial Corp. names president of SBA-related lending
People: promotions, appointments and hires
East Pennsboro Township-based Gannett Fleming Inc. named Steven E. Deller a senior associate. He is a senior project manager and structural engineer with 15 years of experience and a bachelor of science in civil engineering from Penn State.
Chambersburg-based F&M Trust named Chris Fitting, Tricia Ganoe, Melissa Miller and Dallas Zulli assistant vice presidents. Fitting and Zulli are small business relationship managers in Cumberland County. Fitting has nearly 14 years of banking experience and is a graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Zulli has bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson University in Florida. Ganoe is a deposit and data operations manager. She has 24 years of financial experience and was employed with First Data Corp. and Susquehanna Bancshares. Miller is a marketing officer. She is a graduate of Shippensburg University and has a master’s degree from Florida Institute of Technology. Sheryl Snider was named a compliance and Community Reinvestment Act officer. She will monitor regulatory guidelines and administer the bank’s CRA activities. She has more than 34 years of experience and a bachelor’s degree from Wilson College.
Tioga County-based First Citizens Community Bank named Dwight Rohrer vice president and senior lending officer. He will lead the commercial banking division in the Lebanon and Lancaster markets and supervise agricultural and commercial lenders in Berks, Lancaster, Lebanon and Schuylkill counties. He also is vice chairman of the East Hempfield Township Planning Commission and has been a farmer for more than 30 years. Most recently, he was a vice president and ag team leader with National Penn Bank.
Lancaster-based Fulton Financial Corp. named Lynn G. Ozer president of Small Business Administration-related lending. She was president of government-guaranteed lending with Susquehanna Bank. She has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from Temple University.
Elizabethtown College named W. Brian Newsome dean for curriculum and assessment. He will oversee registration and records, serve as registrar and work with department chairs to create course schedules. He was assistant dean of general education and assessment. Monica Smith was named director of diversity and inclusion. She was director of St. Joseph’s University’s office for inclusion and diversity. She has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Eastern College and a master’s and doctorate in social work from the University of Pennsylvania. Kristi Kneas was named dean for academic affairs and faculty development. She has been a faculty member with the department of chemistry and biochemistry since 2006 and chairwoman of the department since 2010. She has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the former Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and a doctorate from the University of Virginia.
Gov. Tom Wolf named Patrick McDonnell acting secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. He was the agency’s director of policy. He also ran the State Energy Office and coordinated renewable energy and energy efficiency issues. He has a bachelor’s degree in politics from DeSales University and a master’s degree in political science from Lehigh University.
Harrisburg-based Hamilton Health Center named Eric Blum CFO. He was a financial planning analyst with RDO, a John Deere dealership in Fargo, North Dakota, and CFO of Family HealthCare in Fargo. He has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from North Dakota State University, a master’s degree in health administration and an MBA. Brenda Brown was named director of human resources. She has more than 15 years of human resources management experience, a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Penn State and a master’s degree in human resources management and industrial relations from St. Francis University.
York-based York Rescue Mission named Jan Wilson its women’s ministry director. She was a volunteer with the mission’s women and children’s shelter and has experience with other community organizations. Tiffany Glatfelter was named COO. She was office manager and bookkeeper. She will handle personnel and human resources, vision planning and community engagement. She has an associate degree in business management from the Consolidated School of Business.
The Caskey Group of York named Rebecca Moretti a prepress technician. She was a graphic designer with Carlisle SynTec. She has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of York-Pennsylvania.
York-based Rock Commercial Real Estate named Damian Reed project coordinator. He will work with the brokerage advisory team and with marketing and research. He was an intern, assisting the marketing department and the research and mapping team. He has a bachelor’s degree in business and a concentration in marketing from Bridgewater College.
Manchester Township-based Investment Real Estate LLC named Sparky Brooks a brokerage adviser based in Boston. He will focus on self-storage brokerage, including property sales, financial analysis and feasibility studies throughout the Northeast. He has more than 11 years of experience in sales, service and operations, most recently in risk management with Marsh & McLennan. He is a graduate of Elmira College.
Derry Township-based Hershey Entertainment & Resorts named Shannon Halbleib manager of Hersheypark Camping Resort. She has 13 years of hospitality experience, most recently as executive housekeeper at The Hotel Hershey, and will oversee day-to-day activities.