HRG, ACNB Bank and Penn National Insurance name new hires, promotions

Amy DiNunzio//June 9, 2023

Michael Smetana, Andrew A. Bradley, Sarah Knehr, David E. Black, David W. Berry and Paige Perrucci. PHOTOS/PROVIDED

HRG, ACNB Bank and Penn National Insurance name new hires, promotions

Amy DiNunzio//June 9, 2023

Architecture and engineering
Swatara Township-based HRG named Michael Smetana chief innovation and technology officer. Smetana, who has 21 years of experience helping architecture, engineering and construction consultants and their clients use information technology, will develop technology service offerings related to infrastructure planning, design and management.

Lemoyne-based Pennsylvania Association of Realtors named Paige Perrucci an associate counsel in the legal department. She will be one of four attorneys who staff the association’s legal hotline.

Banking and finance
Gettysburg-based ACNB Bank named Andrew A. Bradley senior vice president and chief risk officer. Bradley will manage the bank’s risk, audit, compliance and information security and keep abreast of banking industry regulatory requirements.

East Pennsboro Township-based Pennsylvania Statewide Afterschool/Youth Development Network named Contrell Armor director. Armor will promote high-quality afterschool and summer youth development programs through advocacy, capacity building and support for quality initiatives.

Susquehanna Township-based Quandel Construction Group LLC named Sarah Knehr project executive and health care team leader. Knehr will oversee a portfolio of health care projects, lead project teams and complete projects on time and within budget.

Pennsylvania National Mutual Casualty Insurance Co., which does business as Penn National Insurance, elected David E. Black a board member. Black is a strategic adviser with Dame Leadership and was president and CEO of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber.

Lancaster-based Barley Snyder named Brandon D. Pack an attorney with its creditors’ rights practice group. Pack will work in the Wyomissing, Berks County, office and concentrate his practice in financial services litigation, banking litigation and residential and commercial mortgage foreclosures.
West Donegal Township-based Pennsylvania Masonic Youth Foundation named David W. Berry executive director. Berry will establish goals and objectives, supervise staff, maintain the budget, coordinate facilities’ usage and scheduling, communicate with Masonic youth groups and Masonic organizations; and oversee volunteer recruitment and training. Joseph A. Pullin was named assistant executive director. Pullin will be secretary to the board of directors, speak at Masonic organizations and youth group events, develop and supervise Masonic youth group programs and meetings and facilitate communication to adult and youth leaders.

Compiled by Amy DiNunzio