Elizabethtown College, Howard Hanna Krall Real Estate and more name new hires, promotions

Amy DiNunzio//July 12, 2023

Ed Naab, Coryann Catalano- Alexandre, Kurt Meckley, Christopher D'Imperio, Katelyn Rohrbaugh and Jason Crider. PHOTOS/PROVIDED

Elizabethtown College, Howard Hanna Krall Real Estate and more name new hires, promotions

Amy DiNunzio//July 12, 2023


Manchester Township-based The Manufacturers’ Association elected John C. Porter, Joshua Hedden and Tabitha Musso board members. Porter is a partner of Fowler, Hirtzel, McNulty & Spaulding, Hedden is director of operations with BAE Systems, and Musso is CEO of MKT Metal Manufacturing.

Banking and finance
York Township-based PeoplesBank named Matt Shandlay vice president of wealth management. He has more than 20 years of wealth management experience.

Scranton, Lackawanna County-based Peoples Security Bank & Trust named Ed Naab Central PA Market president. Naab, who has 30 years of banking industry experience, will develop relationships with customers and businesses and mentor staff from the bank’s Central PA Business Center in Lebanon. Naab will also continue to oversee all banking and lending operations within the Central PA Region

Mifflintown, Juniata County-based Pennian Bank named Coryann Catalano-Alexandre a relationship banker in its West Shore office in Lemoyne.

Fuse Alliance, an organization of professional commercial flooring contractors, added Lower Allen Township-based Commercial Flooring Professionals Inc. to its network. Commercial Flooring Professionals provides commercial installations in markets that include health care, education and corporate.

Heck Construction Co. Inc. named Kurt Meckley director of business development. Meckley will lead the marketing and public relations efforts for both Heck Construction Co. and Heck Residential. Heck Residential named Shawn Hess project manager. Hess has more than 32 years of residential construction industry experience and will oversee on-site visits, proposal presentations and management of time, materials and labor.

Elizabethtown College named Christopher D’Imperio director of corporate partnerships in the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. D’Imperio will work with local and regional organizations to serve the needs of their workforce and continue to grow the school’s educational opportunities.

Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission appointed Theresa D. Mingarell of Cumberland County and Lenora M. Best, Ray Landis and Elizabeth R. Marx, all of Dauphin County, to its Consumer Advisory Council. Before retirement, Mingarell was a policy analyst with the PUC’s Bureau of Consumer Services. Best retired as a manager with the PUC’s Bureau of Consumer Services. Landis was an advocacy manager for AARP Pennsylvania. Marx is executive director of the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project.

Carlisle-based Strickler Agency Inc. named Jason Crider a commercial risk adviser in its Chambersburg office.

Harrisburg-based HACC Foundation named Don Sites chair and Diane Grove vice chair of its board. Sites is retired and was previously employed in operations and corporate finance of multinational companies. Grove is director of support services with Boyer & Ritter LLC. Terry L. Davis was named a board member. Davis is the owner and CEO of Keystone Correctional Services Inc.

Warminster Township, Bucks County-based Planned Parenthood Keystone named Katelyn Rohrbaugh a board member. Rohrbaugh is an attorney with Lancaster-based Barley Snyder and a member of its litigation and real estate practice groups. Rohrbaugh is also part of the higher education and hospitality industry groups.

Real estate
North Cornwall Township-based Howard Hanna Krall Real Estate named Vicki Eckel a sales associate.

Compiled by Amy DiNunzio