Newsmakers: RKL, Orrstown Financial Services, Lancaster Chamber and more

CPBJ Staff//June 27, 2022

Newsmakers: RKL, Orrstown Financial Services, Lancaster Chamber and more

CPBJ Staff//June 27, 2022

Tricia Springer, Sean Braddock, Matthew Haar, Jonathan Hollinger, Jennifer Warner Hayman and Heather Valdés. PHOTOS/PROVIDED

Manheim Township-based RKL LLP named Daniel J. Nickischer leader of the small business services group. He is a partner and certified public accountant and will also direct quality control, client service and workforce development efforts.

Architecture and engineering
Upper Macungie Township, Lehigh County-based Barry Isett & Associates Inc. named Sean Braddock a code specialist in the Capital Region office in Hampden Township. He has 15 years of experience in construction and 12 years of experience as an electrician. 

Jennifer Warner Hayman,P.E., ENV SP, Project Manager – Traffic/ITS, from Michael Baker International’s Harrisburg office, named to the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ (ITE) 2022 class of Young Leaders to Follow. 

Harrisburg-based Pennsylvania Bar Association named Matthew M. Haar unit county governor with its board of governors. He is managing partner of the Harrisburg office of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP.

Banking and finance
Jonestown Bank & Trust Co. elected Jonathan Hollinger and Sina Patel board members. Hollinger is CEO and president of Pleasant View Communities. He is a certified public accountant. Patel is vice president of Jay Guruji, Inc. and a certified notary public. Tyler March was named branch manager for the Robesonia, Berks County, location. She has more than 20 years of experience and was branch manager at Members 1st Federal Credit Union.

Millersburg-based Mid Penn Bancorp Inc. named Allison Johnson senior executive vice president and CFO. Most recently, she was CFO of Spirit of Texas Bank. Mid Penn Bank named Justin Manning senior vice president and regional president of its Lancaster region. He will deliver commercial, treasury, insurance and wealth services to the region. Jordan Space was named executive vice president and chief corporate development officer. He will help establish new lines of business, including establishing a private bank. Most recently, he was market president of S&T Bank’s Eastern Pennsylvania market.

Shippensburg-based Orrstown Financial Services Inc. named Adam D. Bonanno executive vice president and chief operations and technology officer. He will lead technology and operations functions, define and build digitization efforts and be responsible for facilities management. Most recently, he was chief digital officer at Bryn Maws Trust Co.

New York City-based Summit Trail Advisors named Brady Barnes vice president and relationship manager in the Harrisburg office. He will serve the ultra-high net worth community in Central Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic markets. 

Economic development
Lancaster Chamber named Heather Valdés president and CEO. Most recently, she was the chamber’s vice president.

Carlisle-based Dickinson College named Vincent Champion vice president and general counsel. He is owner and lead attorney of Champion Law Office LLC and represents educational institutions, nonprofits and small- and medium-sized businesses.

Elizabethtown College named Brian Falck vice president for institutional advancement. David Bridgeman, the former vice president for institutional advancement, will retire and become a part-time senior adviser to the president for donor relations.

Health care
East Pennsboro Township-based United Concordia Dental named Dr. Edward Sheller president. He has 30 years of clinical and leadership experience in the dental industry, and most recently was chief dental officer for Carestream Dental. 

Philadelphia-based Stevens & Lee named Sean P. Delaney an attorney in the real estate department. He has two decades of experience in real estate law and represents owners, developers, lenders, investors and private equity funds. Veronica L. Morrison was named an attorney in the litigation department. She focuses her practice in construction law and assists clients with commercial, real estate and environmental litigation issues. Delaney and Morrison will work in the Harrisburg office.

Eckert Seamans named Michael McAuliffe Miller member-in-charge of its Harrisburg office. He concentrates his practice exclusively on management-side employment and labor law. Tricia S. Springer and Susan A. Yocum were named members in its Harrisburg office. Springer concentrates her practice in labor and employment matters, administrative law and civil litigation. Yocum focuses her practice in hospitality, municipal and employment law.

 Harrisburg-based McNees Wallace & Unbrick LLC named Terry Bossert part-time of counsel in the energy and environmental law group. He is also general counsel to the Marcellus Shale Coalition and has four decades of experience in environmental and energy law. 

 Harrisburg-based Goodwill Keystone Area named Andrew Gackenbach chief production officer. He will oversee retail stores and donation centers in 22 central and southeastern Pennsylvania counties, along with ecommerce and warehouse logistics. He was vice president of retail and business development at Goodwill of Southern Nevada. 

Real estate
Lower Allen Township-based Lee & Associates of Eastern Pennsylvania named Mark Christine senior portfolio manager for the asset services team. He will focus on growing the asset services platform in Central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. He has more than 27 years of commercial real estate experience  

The York Water Co. named Paul R. Bonney a board member. He is an energy industry consultant and adjunct professor of business strategy, energy and sustainability at Clemson University.  


Compiled by Amy DiNunzio