Mid Penn Bank, Fulton Bank and more name new hires, promotions

Chad Johnson, Mark Hoffman, Steven O’Donnell and Robert Zorbaugh – PHOTO/PROVIDED

Banking and finance

Millersburg, Dauphin County-based Mid Penn Bank named Chad Johnson a commercial loan manager and first vice president. He has more than 20 years of experience and will provide commercial loan services in the Berks County region.

Lancaster-based Fulton Bank named Mark Hoffman chief investment officer for Fulton Financial Advisors and Fulton Private Bank. Hoffman, who has two decades of experience, will be responsible for investment strategy that focuses on strategic and tactical asset allocation, manager selection and due diligence. He is a chartered financial analyst.


Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority announced that CEO Robert Zorbaugh plans to retire at the end of 2024. Zorbaugh has been employed in various jobs with the authority for nearly 34 years.

Government Relations

Washington, D.C.-based Commonwealth Strategic Partners named Jane Clements vice president of state government affairs in the Harrisburg office. Clements, former CEO of Feeding Pennsylvania, will continue to represent that association for state advocacy efforts and at the federal level for Farm Bill reauthorization.


Manheim Township-based Saxton & Stump named Steven L. O’Donnell an attorney with the. O’Donnell is a registered patent attorney and has been working in patent and trademark law for more than 20 years. O’Donnell will counsel businesses and entrepreneurs on identifying and protecting their intellectual property.


-Compiled by Amy DiNunzio

Bankers Association top lobbyist to retire

After serving the Pennsylvania Bankers Association for more than 38 years, Daniel J. Reisteter will retire from his position July 15 as vice president of government relations.

Erin Loudenslager Kanter is being promoted to vice president of advocacy and government affairs at the association, effective July 1.

“Dan Reisteter has been an influential leader for the Pennsylvania banking industry over the past four decades,” Duncan Campbell, president and CEO of the organization, said in a release. “During that time, Dan has been involved in every significant legislative and regulatory issue facing the industry at the Harrisburg state capitol.

“On behalf of the PA Bankers board of directors, membership and staff, we thank him for his career of service.”

Kanter has been a member of the association’s government relations team for the last 11 years, the release noted, providing leadership in lobbying, advocacy and Public Affairs Committee administration.

“Over the past decade, Erin Kanter has proven herself to be a valuable lobbyist for Pennsylvania’s bankers,” Campbell added. “As vice president, she will continue to advance the industry’s policy agenda through important legislative, issue and political advocacy.”