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Architecture/engineering

Manchester Township-based ECS Mid-Atlantic LLC named J. Matthew Carroll office manager. He will oversee employees who provide geotechnical engineering, construction testing and observation and environmental consulting. He was the York geotechnical department manager. He has a bachelor’s degree from Geneva College.

Associations

Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Health Care Association named Carmy Jerome assisted-living and personal-care director. She will help assisted-living and personal-care operators resolve challenges and meet a high level of quality standards to help the state’s senior residents. She was the owner, operator and executive director for Aspen House Memory Care Assisted Living in Colorado.

Financial Planning Association of Central Pennsylvania named Brian Fields president, Lon Jury membership and advocacy chair, Roy Oskutis education chair, Derek Nowak chairman and pro bono chair, and Jeremie Patrick a board member and student relations. Fields is first vice president and branch director of the private client group with RBC Wealth Management. Oskutis is a certified financial planner, adviser and branch manager. He has a bachelor’s degree from Rowan University and master’s degrees from Kean College and Rider College. Nowak is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and has an MBA from Penn State. Patrick is a certified financial planner with Rodgers & Associates. He is a graduate of Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

Banking/finance

Chambersburg-based F&M Trust named Chad Rydbom assistant vice president and business banker for the Chambersburg market. He will develop new business and manage existing relationships. He was a business development officer with Orrstown Bank. He has a bachelor’s degree from Penn State.

Susquehanna Township-based PSECU named Matthew B. Wagoner a board member. He was an associate board member. He teaches physics and advanced placement physics courses and advises the rocket club at Red Land High School in the West Shore School District. He has a bachelor’s degree from Shippensburg University and a master’s degree from Frostburg University.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia named Thomas R. Quinn Jr. a member of its Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council, which shares insights about economic and business trends facing banks, credit unions and thrift institutions in their local markets. He is president and CEO of Orrstown Bank. He has a bachelor’s degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. named Diane Rhine-Longenecker commercial relationship officer. She has more than 35 years of financial experience and will focus on serving existing and new commercial customers in the Lebanon Valley area. She has a bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University and an MBA from Lebanon Valley College. Jonestown Bank & Trust subsidiary JBT Financial Services named Jim Aten an Infinex financial consultant, based in the Lititz office. He will assist clients with investment and financial needs. He has more than 30 years of banking and financial services experience, a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and an MBA from Lebanon Valley College.

Health care

York Township-based WellSpan Health named cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Giovanni Ciuffo director of cardiovascular surgery for the health system and chair of cardiovascular surgery for WellSpan York Hospital. He will perform advanced cardiovascular surgical procedures at WellSpan York Hospital and oversee cardiovascular surgery at WellSpan York Hospital and WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital in Lebanon. He has a medical degree from Cagliari University Medical School in Italy.

Insurance

Springettsbury Township-based McConkey Insurance & Benefits named Joshua Lecker a surety bond executive. He was vice president and senior underwriting officer with Zurich American Insurance Co. He has a bachelor’s degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

Law

Lancaster-based Barley Snyder named partner Christopher J. Churchill chair of its senior living industry group, which will focus on legal areas that affect senior living communities. He also chairs the health law group. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and a law degree from Villanova University School of Law.

Marketing

Manchester Township-based The Anstadt Co. named Karly Young creative director. She was creative director with IDI Gazeley in Atlanta. She is a graduate of Penn State. Craig Martin was named director of business development and marketing. He will be based out of the Texas office. He was a senior marketing specialist with Rent-A-Center. He is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts.

Lancaster-based Godfrey named Kelly Thomas public relations copy director. Thomas will manage public relations writing assignments and will be the primary writing resource for PR managers and associate managers. She was employed with White Good MARCOM Agency. She has a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University. Andrew Bergren was named a senior account manager. He will manage business-to-business communications programs and be the day-to-day connection between the agency and its clients. He was employed with Group Two Advertising Agency. He has a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and an MBA from the University of North Florida.

Nonprofits

Harrisburg-based Keystone Human Services named Kristopher A. Weaver director of development. He will help create deeper connections with community partners and stakeholders and further the organization’s mission of helping people with mental, physical, intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Lancaster Recreation Commission named Heather Dighe executive director. She was marketing and development manager. She has a bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and a master’s degree from University of Phoenix.

York-based Bell Socialization Services named Angela Weaver assistant director of intellectual disabilities services. She was program coordinator in intellectual disability residential services. She will continue overseeing the intellectual disabilities residential program and also three additional programs. She has a bachelor’s degree from York College.

Real estate

Lemoyne-based RSR Realtors named Michelle Furlong an agent. She will focus on residential home sales and purchases. She was an independent contractor testing Google results.

York-based Rock Commercial Real Estate named Andrei Artemiev research analyst. He was a commercial property tax consultant with Ryan LLC in Virginia.

Manchester Township-based Investment Real Estate LLC named Yevgeni Kaniayev brokerage adviser. He will handle self-storage brokerage activity, including listings, sales, buyer representation, due diligence and financial analysis for Mid-Atlantic region properties, focusing mostly on Virginia, where he will be based. He was employed in software sales with Deltek. Sarah Clark was named property manager for the Moove In Self Storage on Greenbriar Road in York. She is responsible for the facility’s daily operations. She was an assistant store manager at PacSun in Lancaster.

Utilities

Cumberland Township-based Adams Electric Cooperative named Sarah Malewicki an administrative specialist in the human resources department. She was a campus visit coordinator in Gettysburg College’s admissions office. She is a graduate of Delaware Valley College. Jake Strausbaugh was named journeyman third class in the Gettysburg District. He was a first-year apprentice.

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