Manheim Township-based RKL LLP named G. Scott Myers a partner. He is a manager with the tax services group and a member of the real estate development and construction services group. He is a certified public accountant and a graduate of Lebanon Valley College.
East Hempfield Township-based David Miller/Associates Inc. named Timothy C. Higgins and Douglas S. Cwienk leaders of its geologic services division. They are professional geologists. Higgins specializes in water supply consulting for municipal and private clients including aquifer testing, wellhead protection and regulatory compliance. Cwienk specializes in land development, groundwater modeling, risk assessment and litigation support.
Mount Joy-based Union Community Bank named Zachary Love a branch manager of the Old Philadelphia Pike branch. He was a senior branch manager with PNC Bank. He is a graduate of Lock Haven University.
Chambersburg-based Noelker and Hull Associates named Amy Bomberger marketing director. She will oversee marketing, communication, branding and business development. She has a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Messiah College. Ken Goad was named a construction administrator. His responsibilities will include job site observation, as well as project meetings and coordination. He has an associate degree in construction technologies from Hudson Valley Community College. Kate Cashdollar was named a senior interior designer. She has an associate degree from the Bradley Academy for Visual Arts. Jim Martin was named a senior project manager. He will plan and oversee projects from design through administration.
West Lampeter Township-based CCS Building Group named Kyle Beltle business manager, focusing on accounting and human resources. He has a bachelor’s degree from Lancaster Bible College and a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Connecticut. Bob Rothfus was named a senior project manager. He has a bachelor’s degree in education from Millersville University.
Penn State named Gary S. Gildin dean of Dickinson Law in Carlisle. He was interim dean. He also is a law professor, author and director of Dickinson’s Center for Public Interest Law and Advocacy. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a law degree from Stanford University.
Lancaster-based Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences named Judy Schueler and Robert Beard trustees. Schueler is senior adviser to the Center for Evidence-based Practice on special systemwide integration projects with the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Beard is president and CEO of UGI Utilities Inc.
East Pennsboro Township-based Holy Spirit named Dr. Amit Agarwal a physician with its pulmonary and critical care medicine department. He has a medical degree from the University of Mumbai in India. Dr. Yelena Bogdan was named a provider with Holy Spirit Orthopaedic Surgery. She specializes in musculoskeletal injuries and complex fractures and has a medical degree from Stony Brook University in New York. Eliette Bouie was named a certified physician assistant with nutrition, weight management and bariatric surgery services. She was employed with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Arizona. She is a U.S. military veteran and a graduate of the University of California-Davis. Dr. Matthew Meyer was named a member of Holy Spirit Family Medicine–Carlisle. He was employed with UPMC Bedford Internal Medicine. He has a medical degree from Temple University. Dr. Donny Peter-Fritts was named a member of Holy Spirit Family Medicine–Progress. He was a lead physician with a primary care clinic at the W.J.B. Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center in South Carolina, an assistant professor with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and the VA ambulatory site director for its internal medicine residency program. He has a medical degree from the University of Oklahoma. Christine Tucker was named a certified registered nurse practitioner with Holy Spirit Endocrinology. She was a registered nurse with First Hospital Kingston. She is a graduate of the nurse practitioner program at Misericordia University. Amy Ziegler was named a provider with Holy Spirit Family Medicine–Camp Hill. She was employed as a nurse with two local schools and with Holy Spirit Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit. She has a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Vermont and is a graduate of the family nurse practitioner master’s program at Widener University.
Chambersburg-based Summit Health named Dr. Nadeem Quazi a surgeon with Summit Surgical Group. He will perform general and bariatric surgery in Chambersburg and general surgery in Waynesboro.
Lebanon-based Royer’s Flowers & Gifts named Sandra Mueller assistant manager of its Ephrata store. She was a manager trainee with the Reading store. Samantha Vargas was named assistant manager of the Lancaster North store. She was assistant manager of the Columbia store. Donna Barnett was named assistant manager of the Shillington, Berks County, store. She was a manager trainee there. She is a graduate of the Berks Career & Technology Center.
Carroll Township-based Presbyterian Senior Living named Dr. Steven Fuller vice president and corporate medical director. He will implement new clinical standards, develop accountability systems that emphasize data collection and empirical measurement outcomes, and partner with health care providers to maintain high-quality care for residents. He is founder and president of Straight Line Connect and has practiced for more than 25 years as a pulmonary and critical care specialist. He has a bachelor’s degree in music literature, a master’s degree and doctorate in physiology and an osteopathic medicine degree in human medicine, all from Michigan State University.
York-based Principle Real Estate Consultants LLC named Michael J. Chicorelli a partner. He will handle commercial appraisals and assist with day-to-day operations. He was a senior appraiser with Valbridge Property Advisors | Lipman Frizzell & Mitchell Consultants. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from Towson University and a master’s degree in environmental science from Johns Hopkins University.