East Pennsboro Township-based Boyer & Ritter LLC elected Benjamin R. Bostic, Jeremy D. Medernach and Nathaniel J. Yost principal-owners and Jeremy Scheibelhut and Senahid Zahirovic principals. All are certified public accountants. Bostic leads the Chambersburg office. He provides tax and accounting services. Medernach provides accounting and tax guidance. Yost is a senior member of the dealership group and provides audit and accounting services. Scheibelhut is a member of the dealership and not-for-profit groups. Zahirovic is a member of the government services and dealership groups.
Architecture and engineering
Chambersburg-based Noelker and Hull Associates Inc. named Laura W. Dunbar a project architect. She will provide architectural planning and design.
Johnstown-based H.F. Lenz Co., which has a Lancaster office, named Nathaniel T. Simonton a principal. He is an electrical engineer and will be responsible for construction documents, quality assurance, construction administration and commissioning of electrical systems.
Susquehanna Township-based Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators named Sherri Smith executive director, effective Oct. 1. She will build programs, services and supports and advocate for public education and students.
Lancaster-based Pennsylvania College of Art & Design elected Russell D. Urban chair and James Warner vice chair of the board of trustees. Isaiah Servance Jr., Jolene Tolbert and Pam Barby were elected board members. Urban is CEO and Principal at Electra America Hospitality Group. Warner is president of Practical Waste Solutions. Servance is director of wealth management compliance at Morgan Stanley. Tolbert is a philanthropic leader. Barby is chair of the collegeâ€™s graphic design department.
Philadelphia-based Weber Gallagher elected Lucas J. Csovelak a partner in the Harrisburg office. He focuses his practice on defending employers, insurance companies and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation matters in Central Pennsylvania.
Eckert Seamans named Laura B. Kurtz and Jonathan W. Cox co-chairs of the public finance practice in the Harrisburg office. Kurtz has been bond and note counsel in financings involving Pennsylvania counties, municipalities and school districts. Cox has been bond counsel to school districts, municipalities, municipal authorities and industrial development authorities. Michael McAuliffe Miller will lead the Harrisburg office. He practices in management-side employment and labor law.
York County Community Foundation named Meredith Schreffler vice president of finance and operations. She will be accountable for business strategy, sound financial and investment management and effective operations.
Harrisburg Symphony Association named Carole DeSoto, Paul Grego and Linda R. Pheasant board members. DeSoto is an arts advocate, community volunteer and president of the Harrisburg Symphony Society. Grego is vice president and investment adviser with PNC Private Bank. Pheasant is an arts advocate and community volunteer.
Camp Hill-based United Church of Christ Homes named Lori L. Dierolf vice president of human resources. She is also president and owner of Open Door Training and Development.-