Newsmakers: Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society names president

admin//January 6, 2017

Newsmakers: Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society names president

admin//January 6, 2017


Lower Allen Township-based Gift CPAs named Christine Sobolewski accounting manager. She is a certified public accountant and assists clients with tax planning and preparation. She was a senior accountant.

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Manor Township-based Rettew named Chad E. Dixson a regional manager for client relationships and projects in southeastern Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey and northern Delaware. He was a mobility manager with the Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association. He has a bachelor’s degree in regional planning from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Andy Kretlow was named controller. He was a senior accountant. He is a certified public accountant and has an accounting degree from Messiah College.


Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society named Dr. Patrick Smith president. He is an orthopedic surgeon with Three Rivers Orthopedics in Pittsburgh. He has a bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and a medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University.


Shippensburg-based Orrstown Bank named Julie Bramlitt an assistant vice president and investment adviser with Orrstown Financial Advisors in Dauphin and Lancaster counties. She has more than 22 years of financial experience.

Chambersburg-based F&M Trust named Paulo Oliveira market manager for Cumberland County and the Capital Region, based in the Carlisle Crossings office in South Middleton Township. He was a regional sales manager with Belco Community Credit Union. Michael Scudder was named a small business relationship manager for Cumberland County. He will support small business clients and expand the commercial portfolio. He was an assistant vice president and branch manager with First National Bank in Derry Township. He also is a veteran of the U.S. Army.


Lycoming County-based Lycoming College named Mel Campbell chairman of its Campaign for a Greater Lycoming, which is intended to preserve the college, improve its educational offerings sand build its endowment. Campbell is founder and president of York-based Campbell, Harrington & Brear Advertising Agency. He also is a board member and graduate of Lycoming.


Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole named Steven Breach, Nathan Lee, Kayla Parani and Dennis Wiederhold agents with its Harrisburg district office. Francesco Guido and William Hanna were named agents with the state correctional institution near Camp Hill. Geoffrey Harris and Brent Smiley were named agents with the Chambersburg sub-office; Dennis Hartlove was named an agent with the Lancaster sub-office; Jeffrey Lilly and John Lorenz were named agents with the community corrections unit; and Joseph Miller and Jamal Smith were named agents with the special offender unit.

Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission named Beth Hager director of the State Museum of Pennsylvania. She will oversee administration of museum operations and programs. She had been acting director and has more than 30 years of museum-related experience. She has a bachelor’s degree in history and art history from West Virginia University and a master’s degree in American history from the University of Delaware.


Harrisburg-based Millers Mutual Insurance named Mike Gusic an application architect with its information technology department. He will develop and maintain core systems. He has more than eight years of experience.


Susquehanna Township-based Scaringi & Scaringi PC named Karen E. Comery head of its York Township office. She specializes in criminal defense, juvenile justice, family law, dependency law and civil litigation. She was chief deputy prosecutor of litigation with the York County District Attorney’s Office. She has a legal assistant associate degree from Central Penn College, a bachelor’s degree from York College and a law degree from Widener University.

Lancaster-based Atlee Hall LLP named Robin A. Jabour a partner. She focuses on alcohol, premises and product liability and negligence; medical malpractice and tractor-trailer collisions. She joined the firm in 1999 and has a bachelor’s degree from Duquesne University and a law degree from Widener University.

Harrisburg-based Thomas, Thomas & Hafer LLP named Lindsey M. Cook an associate. She will focus her practice on general liability. She has a law degree from University of Maryland, where she also is an adjunct law professor.


Spring Garden Township-based Graham Architectural Products named Tiffanie Ray a project documentation coordinator. She will prepare, gather, organize and track submittal documentation and samples and support the company’s project managers. She was a marketing, social media and event coordinator with Building Character in Lancaster.


York County History Center named Mandy Arnold of Gavin Advertising, Winnie DeGennaro, Dave Hogg of Springwood Hospitality, Jeff Lobach of Barley Snyder, Glenn Miller of SpiritTrust Lutheran, Fran Polk, Joanne Shannon of Grace Manor B&B and Tim Sutherland of Harvest Rock to its board.

West Manchester Township-based Margaret E. Moul Home named Shannon Berwager director of visibility and resource development. She will oversee fundraising and public relations and be a liaison with the Margaret E. Moul Foundation. She was assistant director of annual fund and special events with SpiriTrust Lutheran Foundation.

Red Lion-based People That Care Youth Services Inc. named Becky Schor a board member. She is a real estate agent with Manor Township-based Berkshire Hathaway and co-owner of The Bees Knees in Red Lion.