New hires, promotions include Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz, F&M Trust

Amy DiNunzio//July 21, 2023

Zachary D. Beyler, Brian Grant, Matt D. Hood, Scott Mayberry, Tasha Stoltzfus Nankerville and Dan Logan. PHOTOS/ PROVIDED

New hires, promotions include Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz, F&M Trust

Amy DiNunzio//July 21, 2023

East Pennsboro Township-based Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz named Matt D. Hood a staff accountant specializing in accounting and auditing services. Madisyn F. Deller and Erin E. Morrison were named staff accountants specializing in tax services. They both work in the Lancaster office.

Architecture and engineering
East Hempfield Township-based David Miller/Associates Inc. named Zachary D. Beyler a professional licensed surveyor.

Chambersburg Ballet named Brian Grant artistic director of the Chambersburg Ballet Theatre School and its affiliated dance company, effective Aug. 1. Grant will expand the ballet’s offerings to include boys ballet classes, mommy/daddy and me classes and contemporary dance classes.

York-based Appell Center for the Performing Arts named Mary Beth Ching a board member. Ching is a philanthropist and chief of staff of York-based The Investment Real Estate Group of Companies.

Rotary Club of York named Aaron Jacobs president. Jacobs is president of Scorecard Sales and a second-generation Rotarian.

Banking and finance
Guilford Township-based F&M Trust named Scott Mayberry a mortgage loan officer for the Greater Capital Region in the Camp Hill office. Mayberry will develop and manage a mortgage portfolio and new mortgage opportunities from customers, home builders and real estate agents. Shon Baldwin and Brandi Gardner were named data operations specialists. They will assist customers with telephone and internet banking inquiries, debit card transactions, online bill payments, remote deposits and disputed ATM transactions. Samuel Clement was named a Salesforce developer. Clement will design, develop, and maintain the Salesforce customer relationship management platform. Casey Helm was named marketing coordinator. Helm will support the bank’s advertising, branding and sales approach, execute strategic marketing initiatives and coordinate the bank’s involvement in community events. Michelle Messner was named a loan servicing specialist. Messner will process new, existing and paid loans; reconcile and disburse payments to vendors; mail statements and notices; and assist customers, loan officers, and bank personnel with loan questions. Brian Rupp was named a technology services analyst. Rupp will help evaluate and implement bank technology, administer bank applications and provide computer support to bank employees. Andrew Sterling was named assistant community office manager for the Newville Community Office. Michelle MacKellar was named project analyst. Shamar Pates was named commercial services portfolio manager. Brian Reidell was named data and performance analytics manager. Maria Seabra was named credit department manager.

Lancaster-based Advoz, which provides conflict mediation, restorative justice dialogue and conflict skills training, named Tasha Stoltzfus Nankerville a board member. Nankerville is an attorney with Lancaster-based Barley Snyder.

York Habitat for Humanity named Natasha Kukorlo executive director.
United Way of Lancaster County elected Beth Riley chair of its board of directors. Steve Nieli was elected immediate past board chair; Brooke Smith vice chair, collective impact; Willonda McCloud vice chair, equity; Monika Chap vice chair, finance; Victor Ramos vice chair, marketing and communications; Michael Frey vice chair, resource development; and Ben Eison secretary. Smith is community relations manager at UGI Utilities, and Chap is vice president commercial banking at Fulton Bank. Claire Mooney, Krista Wismer, Deb Brandt, Tina Citro, Bob Gantz, Alisa Jones, Dr. Sharee Livingston and Rakesh Popli were elected board members. Mooney is senior vice president and chief operating officer of Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center. Wismer is accounting manager for Horst Insurance. Brandt is with Fig Industries. Citro is president of WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. Gantz is a partner with RKL LLP. Jones is president and CEO of Union Community Care. Livingston is an obstetrician/gynecologist with UPMC, Lititz. Popli retired as director and senior manager of open innovation with The Hershey Co.

Real estate
East Pennsboro Township-based Landmark Commercial Realty Inc. named Darren Smith senior adviser. Smith will provide strategic guidance and support for clients’ commercial real estate needs.

Chambersburg-based Global Data Consultants LLC named Dan Logan CEO. Logan will oversee sales and service delivery leadership reporting, guide efforts to promote and deliver products and services and expand the customer base. Mike Coons was named chief financial officer and executive vice president of mergers and acquisitions. Coons will oversee shared services and infrastructure leadership reporting  and select and assess companies that best fit within the company’s services. Greg Courtney will remain as founding partner.

Compiled by Amy DiNunzio