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Business Gallery — Oct. 9, 2016

| Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, 9:27 a.m.
Victor Capozzolo joined TriState Capital Bank as senior vice president, treasury & liquidity manager.
Victor Capozzolo joined TriState Capital Bank as senior vice president, treasury & liquidity manager.
Kate Freed, nonprofit management consultant; was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Kate Freed, nonprofit management consultant; was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Dr. Gene Freeman, superintendent, Fox Chapel Area School District; was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Dr. Gene Freeman, superintendent, Fox Chapel Area School District; was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Robert J. Schuetz, president, RS Solutions LLC; all was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Robert J. Schuetz, president, RS Solutions LLC; all was elected to The Frick Pittsburgh’s board of trustees.
Dale Spaulding was promoted to director of Michael Baker International’s Pennsylvania Headquarters Region.
Dale Spaulding was promoted to director of Michael Baker International’s Pennsylvania Headquarters Region.

BANKING, FINANCE

Victor Capozzolo joined TriState Capital Bank as senior vice president, treasury & liquidity manager.

Lesa Votovich, vice president, health and benefits, was named a shareholder at Cowden Associates Inc.

LEGAL

Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC appointed: Wendy West Feinstein and Dennis P. Ziemba, co-chairs Product Liability practice; and Daniel B. McLane, chair, Commercial Litigation group in Pittsburgh.

NONPROFITS

Kate Freed, nonprofit management consultant; Dr. Gene Freeman, superintendent, Fox Chapel Area School District; and Robert J. Schuetz, president, RS Solutions LLC; all were elected to The Frick Pittsburgh's board of trustees.

OTHER

Dale Spaulding was promoted to director of Michael Baker International's Pennsylvania Headquarters Region.

Kenton Zinn was promoted to director of Michael Baker International's Great Lakes Region.

AWARDS

Dr. Timothy Billiar, George Vance Foster Professor, chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and associate medical director, UPMC International, received the Friendship Award, the highest recognition bestowed by the People's Republic of China to foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions to the country's economic and social progress.

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