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Business Gallery, March 1, 2015

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Erin C. Farabaugh was elected director of Houston Harbaugh, P.C.
Erin C. Farabaugh was elected director of Houston Harbaugh, P.C.
Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP hired Carissa M. Janczewski as a marketing associate.
Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP hired Carissa M. Janczewski as a marketing associate.
Scott Luck, CentiMark roofing production foreman, received Roofing MVP Award from the National Roofing Contractors Association.
Scott Luck, CentiMark roofing production foreman, received Roofing MVP Award from the National Roofing Contractors Association.
Jonathan D. Marcus was named a partner at Marcu & Shapira LLP.
Jonathan D. Marcus was named a partner at Marcu & Shapira LLP.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, named its 2015 officers: President Brian Walker, Millcraft Investments.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, named its 2015 officers: President Brian Walker, Millcraft Investments.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, named its 2015 officers: Vice President David Weisberg.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, named its 2015 officers: Vice President David Weisberg.

REAL ESTATE

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, named its 2015 officers: President Brian Walker, Millcraft Investments; Vice President David Weisberg, BNY Mellon Wealth Management; Secretary Jerry Bunda, Imperial Land Corp.; and Treasurer Christine Vann, BDO USA LLP.

ACCOUNTING

The McQuillan Group hired: Erin Kisak, supervisor tax department.; and David Devan, senior accountant, audit and assurance department.

Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP hired Carissa M. Janczewski as a marketing associate.

LEGAL

Jonathan D. Marcus was named a partner at Marcus & Shapira LLP.

Erin C. Farabaugh was elected director of Houston Harbaugh P.C.

OTHER

Industrial Scientific Corp. hired Steve Piotraczk as vice president, Americas Sales.

Terry L. Dunlap was appointed to the Matthews International Corp.'s board of directors.

The Allegheny County Funeral Directors Association named its 2015 officers: President Patrick J. Konieczny, Thomas-Little Funeral Service, Imperial; Vice President Daniel Bekavac Jr., Daniel F. Bekavec Funeral Home & Crematory, McKeesport; Secretary William Brian Schleinfer, Maloy-Schleifer Funeral Home, Duquesne; and Treasurer Stephen D. Slater, Slater D. Slater Funeral Home, Jefferson Hills. Beginning three-year terms are: Edward P. Kanai III, Edward P. Kanai Funeral Home, Greenfield; David E. Mahlstedt, Forgie-Snyder Funderal Home, East McKeesport; and Andrew C. Slater, John F. Slater Funeral Home Inc., Brentwood.

AWARDS

United Parcel Service of America Inc. announced 24 drivers from Pennsylvania are among 1,445 newly-inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving. They are: Christine Ciardelli, James Bender III, Michael Blasko, Douglas Dolin, Michael Goulet, Richard Haybarger, Wayne Jordan, Gary Kramer, Stephen Lorusso, William Michalism, Herbert Oakley, Gerald Opeil, John Orbin Jr.,Morris Orourke, Jeffrey Pitcher, Francis Polishan Jr., Timothy Ranck, Randy Roebuck, Dale Rudy, James Satovich, Robert Schwalm, Kenneth Smith, David Vanasco and Barry Williams.

Scott Luck, CentiMark roofing production foreman, received Roofing MVP Award from the National Roofing Contractors Association.

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, honored its NAIOP Pittsburgh chapter with the 2015 Capitol Dome Award for Government Affairs, recognizing excellence in effectively impacting an issue of importance to NAIOP and the commercial real estate development industry.

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