Newsmakers: Dauphin County Bar Association names president, executive committee
People: promotions, appointments and hires.
Manheim Township-based RLPS Architects named Nicole Seuffert director of client services. She will focus on local initiatives and work with senior living communities. She was employed in business development for RGS Associates in Lancaster. She has an associate degree from The Art Institute of Philadelphia.
Swatara Township-based Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc. named Steven Puterbaugh water and wastewater project manager. He will oversee the construction of water and wastewater systems for public and private-sector clients throughout Central Pennsylvania. He has 14 years of experience, is a licensed engineer and has degrees from Penn State and Bucknell University.
Harrisburg-based Dauphin County Bar Association named Peter M. Good president, Brooks R. Foland president-elect, Liza M. Benzie vice president, Paula J. McDermott secretary, Thomas P. Gacki treasurer and Matthew M. Haar past president. Good is a shareholder at Caldwell & Kearns PC and represents companies and individuals in litigation and corporate matters. He is a graduate of Cornell University and Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Foland focuses on casualty litigation with Marshall Dennehey. Benzie focuses on workers’ compensation, civil litigation and medical malpractice with Navitsky, Olson & Wisneski LLP. McDermott focuses on business law and litigation with Post & Shell PC Gacki focuses on real estate, business and estate planning with Eckert Seamans. Haar focuses on corporate and commercial litigation with Saul Ewing LLP.
Mercer County-based First National Bank of Pennsylvania named Craig E. Morrow senior vice president and commercial banking team leader. He will be based in York and establish and maintain banking relationships with Capital Region business clients. He has more than 30 years of financial services experience and was based in State College. He has a bachelor’s degree from Shenandoah University.
York Township-based PeoplesBank named Diane E. Baker executive vice president and chief operating and risk officer. She will plan, organize and oversee day-to-day activities. Most recently, she was senior vice president and chief risk officer. She is a CPA and a certified global management accountant and has a bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshall College. Charles T. Field was named executive vice president and CFO. He will gain additional responsibilities related to companywide expense management and strategic positioning. He is also treasurer of holding company Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc. He is a CPA and has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. Amy L. Doll was named senior vice president and chief revenue officer. She will provide management oversight of the bank’s income streams. She was chief lending officer. She has a bachelor’s degree and an MBA from the University of Baltimore. Timothy J. Nieman was named secretary of the bank and Codorus Valley Bancorp. He will continue as general counsel for both entities. He is also an adjunct professor at Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law. He has a bachelor’s degree from Muskingum College and a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
Lower Allen Township-based LeTort Trust named Gregory M. Campbell manager of trust and investment operations. He was employed with Cambridge Associates. He has a bachelor’s degree from George Mason University.
East Lampeter Township-based Domani Wealth named Chris Rice portfolio manager. He will work with clients and wealth advisers to develop and manage investment portfolios. He is a CPA, certified financial planner and personal financial specialist and has a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and an MBA from Penn State.
Pittsburgh-based F.N.B. Corp. named Craig Caplan senior vice president and market executive of F.N.B. Wealth Management. He will be based in Harrisburg and lead regional wealth management teams in FNB’s Maryland and Capital markets. He has nearly 30 years of financial services experience and was most recently a vice president and regional sales manager in F.N.B.’s Brokerage Group in Maryland. He has a bachelor’s degree from Penn State.
Harrisburg-based Roof Advisory Group Inc. named Ralph Manna III chief compliance officer and operations manager. He was operations manager and compliance coordinator.
East Lampeter Township-based StructureCare named Michael Hunter business development manager. He will identify leads and build relationships with parking garage owners in the Washington, D.C./Maryland area, provide clients with mediation and restoration services, and implement preventive maintenance practices for their parking garages. He was northeast regional sales manager for Kee Safety. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, Bradford.
Derry Township-based Rising Sun Consultants named Christy Hanson senior consultant. She is director of the Career and Professional Development Center at Messiah College. She has a bachelor’s degree from Messiah and a master’s degree from Shippensburg University.
West Lampeter Township-based Willow Valley Associates Inc. named Stephen Szczygiel food and beverage manager of Hilton Garden Inn Harrisburg East. He was food and beverage director at the Doubletree by Hilton in Princeton, N.J., and Embassy Suites at the Philadelphia International Airport.
Lancaster-based Barley Snyder named attorney Lori McElroy an of counsel attorney in its tax and business practice groups. She will work in the Harrisburg office.
Wormleysburg-based American Heart Association named Brock Hively and Josh Smeltzer co-chairs of the York Heart Ball. Hively is first vice president, partner and financial adviser and Smeltzer is senior vice president, partner and financial adviser with The Sides Group of RBC Wealth Management. Both Hively and Smeltzer are graduates of York College.
Community Health Council of Lebanon County named Nicole Maurer executive director. She will focus on expanding community wellness efforts. She was a corporate wellness consultant for Aetna and owned the Absolute Wellness Group. She has a master’s degree from Penn State.
Pennsylvania Dutch Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the leadership group for troops in Lancaster and Lebanon counties, named Jill Welch, Milzy Carrasco, Sarah Young-Fisher, Robert Pontz and Christopher Smith board members. Welch is a partner with Lancaster-based Barley Snyder and a member of the employment practice group. She and her family are also involved with Troop 99 in Lancaster. Carrasco is the development and program director at the Emerald Foundation in Lancaster. Young-Fisher is president of RKL Wealth Management. Pontz is a founder and partner at Brubaker Connaughton Goss & Lucarelli. Smith is the vice president of operations for Benchmark Construction.
Wormleysburg-based American Heart Association named Kathleen McKenzie chair of the 2018 Capital Region Go Red for Women Luncheon. She is vice president of community affairs for Highmark Blue Shield. She has a bachelor’s degree from Lafayette College and a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
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