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40 Under 40 Awards

Scott R. Little

Thanks to his military background and his civilian education, Scott R. Little has a solid foundation in which he builds upon daily. In his role as the fire chief for the City of Lancaster, he is driven by the mantra that continuous improvement of himself and others is what makes the community safer for everyone. As a result, he ...

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Jim Launer

Although he has no background in hospitality, retail or food, and beverage, Jim Launercouldn’t feel more at home in his role as chief operations officer at Spooky NookSports, which hosts thousands of events each year. Since joining the company in 2013, there is not a job hehasn’t done — from cleaning toilets, serving up Frenchfries, making beds ...

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Jason Klock

Jason Klock can still remember his first gig, playing music at a barbecue from a table complete with a handmade banner and having the time of his life. Self-taught in all aspects of his career — from the technical side to live event production, business ownership, accounting, design and more — he has become recognized ...

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Brenna K. Kernan

With a career spanning 23 years, Brenna K. Kernan says people are often surprised to hear that she has only held two jobs during that time frame. After starting in the restaurant business at the age of 15, she was promoted to general manger at the age of 21 and remained in the industry for ...

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Eric Kazda

The proud owner of two local businesses, one a virtual reality arcade and the other a marketing company, Eric Kazdasays he has always dreamed big, but he found that success takes more than that. It takes hard work, dedication, perseverance, vision, sacri ce and countless other traits that he says mixed together create a person who doesn’t quit. ...

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Craig Kazda

As the owner of QuantumDynamix, Craig Kazda provides digital marketing and website strategies that help businesses understand what their unique stories are online and how they can best communicate to their customers. Kazda credits his professional achievements in large part to his involvement in the marching band in high school, which he says allowed him to discover his personality ...

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Jim Kampstra

According to Jim Kampstra, having a grandfather who was a high school economics teacher is what sparked his entrepreneurial spirit and passion for the nancial industry by teaching him the fundamentals to operating a business.By the time he was 26 years old, he had purchased the financial advisory firm where he got his start. After leading the firm’s ...

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Bob Hauer

Whether he’s on the air, trying to energize a sporting event, or even in dad mode, Bob Hauer says that every day he’s simply tasked to be himself. By partnering with employers who recognize the value of that freedomHauer says he is able to pour his true heart and passion into every single action without having to play ...

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Rebecca Hanlon

With her husband laid off from work and their first baby on the way, Rebecca Hanlon figured there was no better driver to “make it” than a new mouth to feed. So in 2015, she took her skills at telling stories and launched something new in York County – an all-digital media company that serves ...

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Justin C. Fleming

Having truly beaten the odds, Justin C. Fleming overcame humble beginnings, including Section 8 housing, food stamps, and free lunch assistance, to become a public servant, role model and selfless advocate on behalf of children. Fleming attributes several keys to his success, the first being a relentlessly positive attitude. No matter what is happening, he ...

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Daniel N. Fellon

Driven by a desire to give every project as much as his attention and skill as possible, Daniel N. Fellon has worked his way up at ARM Group from an intern in 2004 to his current role as vice president of solid waste management. With degrees in geology and civil engineering from Bucknell University, he ...

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Kristen Evans

Ever since Kristen Evans was a little girl, she had wanted to be an executive who got to wear suits and carry a briefcase. She even used to create “paperwork” for herself when she was in elementary school so she could sign the papers. Becoming a business executive has fulfilled a childhood dream and something ...

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Paul D. Edger

When Paul D. Edger began law school, his father told him to “take it one day at a time.” Since then, he has used that mantra in his daily work, in his case strategies, and even shared it with clients who are starting their lives over. Going into court representing the poorest individuals in the ...

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Nicholas DiSanto

Whether serving in the United States Army Reserve for eight years, being an active volunteer firefighter and EMT, serving the Catholic Diocese as a pre-marriage mentor, or growing the construction division at Triple Crown Corporation, Nicolas DiSanto is dedicated to enabling people to live happier and more fruitful lives. A family man with a wife, ...

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