Business Gallery: Aug. 3, 2014
Louis Plung & Co. LLP named Joseph C. Zovko a partner in the firm's audit and assurance department.
BDO USA LLP's Pittsburgh practice named Richard Stark information systems assurance senior manager.
Fox Rothschild LLP's Pittsburgh office expanded its litigation practice with the addition of Richard L. Holzworth.
Matthew Kikta joined Julian Gray Associates as an attorney. He will assist clients with issues specific to aging and disabilities. Sherrie Ott joined the firm as a legal assistant. Her experience is in trust, estate planning, real estate, transactional law and taxes.
Robert M. Palumbi and Dylan B. Spadaccino joined Babst Calland as associates, both in the construction and litigation services groups. Palumbi has experience in cases involving the Pennsylvania Mechanics' Lien Law, the Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act, the Pennsylvania Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act and the Pennsylvania Municipal Torts Claim Act. Spadaccino concentrates his practice on construction litigation. He provides counsel in the negotiation and administration of construction contracts.
Carey McDougall became director of academic affairs and associate professor of art at Penn State Beaver. She replaced Donna J. Kuga, who was appointed interim chancellor. Former chancellor Gary B. Keefer retired June 30.
St. Clair Hospital appointed Dr. Jason Biggs as chair of emergency medicine.
Greg Jena is now director of communications for Milestone Centers Inc.
Jim Boltz was selected as executive director of Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber Inc. John D. Laslavic of ThistleSea Business Development LLC was appointed board chair and Lisa Hunt of U$X Federal Credit Union was appointed chair-elect.
The Pennsylvania Funeral Directors Association installed Paul J. Urban of Savolskis-Wasik-Glenn Funeral Home as president and Stephanie Doriguzzi of Patrick T. Lanigan Funeral Home as District II governor.
The following joined Nicholson Construction Co., mid-Atlantic division: Mark Rothbauer as regional manager; Dennis (Bud) Triplett as operations manager; and Aaron Evans as business development manager.
Brian S. Kane, a founding shareholder of law firm Dapper, Baldasare, Benson, Behling & Kane P.C., was a faculty member and the course planner for Pennsylvania Bar Institute's continuing legal education seminar “Fundamentals of Personal Injury.” Kane spoke on discovery issues.
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