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Personnel Moves

By Pittsburgh The Tribune-Review
Sunday, May 16, 2010


• Apollo Trust Co. hired Candace M. Worobe as vice president and chief lending officer.

Michael L. Schneck joined Altair Management Partners Inc. as a partner.

• Huntington National Bank chose Dana E. Audo as Pennsylvania private banking region manager.


• Mullen's Pittsburgh office hired: Bob Brown as business development manager; Haebin Kim as web developer; and Giuseppe Ragozzino as an associate creative director.

• Elisco Advertising hired Gina Cirrincione as an account and social media coordinator.


St. Francis University elected Kenneth J. Horoho Jr. to its board of trustees. Horoho is a partner with the law firm Gentile, Horoho and Avalli P.C.


Solution Matrix Inc. named Rick Sell chief operating officer.


Ansaldo STS USA promoted Kathryn Spear to vice president, strategic marketing.


• Woodlands Foundation hired Michael Sherry as director of marketing and development.

• Central Electric Cooperative promoted Terry Kriebel to journeyman lineman.

Erroline Williams , manager, professional development and outreach, Center for Leadership Development, Duquesne University, was appointed Western region director of the Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education Inc.


• HRV Conformance Verification Associates Inc. hired Melanie Sokol to provide administrative support to the executive level staff; promoted Kori Mallon to manage the firm's recruiting efforts, and promoted Corey Keffer to provide administrative support to the firm's project managers.

• Verizon Wireless promoted Mark Frazier to president of the company's Ohio/Pennsylvania/West Virginia Region.


Shirley A. Lazorchak , a marketing professor at California University of Pennsylvania, won the American Marketing Association's Hugh G. Wales Award for Faculty Advisor of the Year.

Judy Campbell accepted the Friend of Education Award from Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV. Campbell is a member of the intermediate unit's Local Task Force Right to Education and its Strategic Planning Committee.

• Awards presented by 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania to: John Millius , former board of supervisors member, Cranberry Township, Butler County, for Contribution by a Public Official; and Jonathon T. Schmidt , president, Southeastern Pennsylvania First Suburbs Project, for Contribution by a Private Citizen (posthumous).

• The Pennsylvania Insurance Fraud Prevention Authority honored Richard W. DiBella with a 2010 Fraud Fighter Award. Director of the law firm DiBella Geer McAllister & Best P.C., he serves as counsel, Pittsburgh Chapter, International Association of Special Investigative Units.



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