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40 Under 40 Awards

40 Under 40 Awards


Monday, Oct. 27, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM


Hilton Harrisburg
1 North Second Street
HarrisburgPA 17101

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The 2014 Forty Under 40 winners will be recognized at an awards events and will be featured in a special publication to be inserted in the October 31st issue of the Central Penn Business Journal.

Click here for a printable version of the registration form!

Event Details
Date: Monday, October 27, 2014
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Hilton Harrisburg
Attire: Cocktail

Here are the 2014 Forty Under 40 Award Winners! (listed in alphabetical order)

Nicholas D. Bertram
Senior Vice President of Store Strategy & Execution, Ahold USA

Elisa Marie Cintron
Senior Vice President and Chief Retail Officer, Metro Bank

Lee G. Colonna
Owner, Quality Cleaners

Shawn Connor
Principal, Connor Design-Build, LLC

Jonathan W. Cox
Partner, Rhoads & Sinon LLP

Sam Coyl
President, Netrepid

Jonathan D. Cramer
Partner and Consulting Actuary, Conrad Siegel Actuaries

Nathan Todd Fochtman
Vice President of Craft and Specialty, Ace Distributing

Joshua T. Fox, P.E.
Regional Service Group Manager, Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc.

Jordan L. Golob
Owner, The Cellular Connection

M. Nicholas Greyshock, CPA, CCIFP
Shareholder, SF&Company, CPAs and Business Advisors

Amy L. Groff
Partner, K&L Gates LLP

Dan Hayward
Partner/Owner, Novak Strategic Advisors

Todd Alan Heck
President/ Owner, Heck Construction Company

Carl Heininger
Vice President of Sales, Affiniti

Adam P. Hicks
IT Manager, Conewago Enterprises, Inc.

Jill E. Hoffines-Erb
Owner and Head Designer, Floral Designs of Mount Joy

Aaron D. Hollis, Esq.
Shareholder, Blakinger, Byler & Thomas, P.C.

Chad A. Hotsko
Market Loan Manager, PNC Bank

Gary A. Huether, Jr.
President and Co-Founder, Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar

Jessica Lynn Lacklin, CPA
Senior Manager, Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz

Kelly M. LeMay
Chief Operations Officer, IO Creative Group

Kara Luzik
Director of Account Strategy, La Torre Communications

Jeffrey S. MacKay, P.E.
Principal, NTM Engineering, Inc

Matthew D. Menges, Esquire
Shareholder/ Chief Financial Officer, Trinity Law

David Jeremiah Merrill, MST
CEO and Owner, Liberty Tax Service of Carlisle

Todd Michael Miller
Engagement Manager, Celerity

Andrew S. Notarfrancesco
Director of Operations, JEM Group, LLC

Travis F. Peters, CPA
Chief Financial Officer, Weir American Hydro

Danielle N. Floyd Prokopchak
Director of Planning & Communications, Top Flight Media

Wes Reohr
Manager of Small Group Sales, Capital BlueCross

Brooke E.D. Say, Esquire
Partner, Stock and Leader LLP

JJ Sheffer
Partner, CoWork155

Stephanie C. Shelton
Corporate Director of Sales and Marketing, Springwood Hospitality

Alex E. Snyder
Partner, Barley Snyder, LLP

Matt Sommer
President, Shipley Group

Jim M. Sponaugle
Vice President and General Manager, Riley Welding & Fabricating LLC

James H. Steeley, CPA
Senior Vice President - Corporate Controller, Susquehanna Bancshares, Inc.

Jennifer E. Will
Member Attorney, McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC

Michael N. Zimmerman
Vice President, Sequinox


Did you miss this years nomination period? Click here to be notified when the 2015 Forty Under 40 awards program begins.

Contact Information

Jami Marsicano Phone: 717-236-4300

Past Program Highlights

2013 Forty Under 40 Slideshow

2013 Forty Under 40 Slideshow
Click on the picture to view a slideshow of the 2013 winners.

2013 Forty Under 40 Highlights

2013 Forty Under 40 Highlights
Click the image to the left to view the Forty Under 40 2013 event highlights.

2013 Forty Under 40 Special Publication

2013 Forty Under 40 Special Publication
Members of the Forty Under 40 class of 2013 have done some pretty extraordinary things in business at a young age, juggling a growing career, community service and maybe even a young family. Some might even say that they’re real-world superheroes, or at the very least, super people in our business community. Learn about their super powers and the superheroes who have inspired them.


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