• Polymer Enterprises Inc. promoted Jack W. Armstrong to vice president and chief information officer.
• The Economic Club of Pittsburgh announced these officers: President, Kevin Acklin , Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl Inc.; vice president of programs, Lauren Lawley Head , Pittsburgh Business Times; vice president of publicity, Craig Thomas , The PNC Financial Services Group; treasurer, Debbie Scarpari , Sisterson & Co.; vice president of membership, William Egan ; vice president of student affairs, Charles Wilf , Duquesne University; secretary, Diane Panzak , The PNC Financial Services Group. Board members: Ken Cuccinelli , Quest Fore, Stuart G. Hoffman ¸The PNC Financial Services Group, Marvin Goodfriend , Carnegie Mellon University, Mark C. Larson , Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC, Alan Miciak , Duquesne University.
• Elected to the board of directors of Mon-Vale Health Resources Inc.: Chairman, John D. Fry , president and owner of Procurement Specialty Group Inc.; vice chairman, R. Carlyn Belczyk , certified public accountant; secretary, Jeff M. Kotula , president of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce.
• Keith Miller joined Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc. as project manager of the firm's land development group.
• Newton Consulting LLC hired: Debi Owens as senior benefits consultant in the health and welfare benefits practice area; and John Catlos as senior program manager in the project management office practice area.
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