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Business Gallery, Feb. 22, 2015

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Scott Cramer joined AmeriServ Bank as a mortgage originator.
Scott Cramer joined AmeriServ Bank as a mortgage originator.
Robert E. Feldman, partner and managing director; joined Snowden Lane Partners.
Robert E. Feldman, partner and managing director; joined Snowden Lane Partners.
Aaron Hill joined USA Football as northeast youth regional manager, encompassing Maine to South Carolina.
Aaron Hill joined USA Football as northeast youth regional manager, encompassing Maine to South Carolina.
Levi K. Logan  joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate.
Levi K. Logan joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate.
Timothy C. Quinn  joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate.
Timothy C. Quinn joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as an associate.
Paul R. Rennie joined Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote P.C.’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy practice group.
Paul R. Rennie joined Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote P.C.’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy practice group.
Barbara Roth joined the West Penn Division March of Dimes as executive director.
Barbara Roth joined the West Penn Division March of Dimes as executive director.
Randy Struk, partner, Clark Hill PLC, was named Family House LLC’s chairman of the board.
Randy Struk, partner, Clark Hill PLC, was named Family House LLC’s chairman of the board.

BANKING, FINANCE

Scott Cramer joined AmeriServ Bank as a mortgage originator.

Robert E. Feldman, partner and managing director; and Donna G. Bowler, private wealth advisor; both joined Snowden Lane Partners.

LEGAL

Levi K. Logan and Timothy C. Quinn joined Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP as associates.

John Hagan, Jeffrey Meagher, Daniel Miller and Megan Wotherspoon were named partners at K&L Gates LLP's Pittsburgh office.

Randy Struk, partner, Clark Hill PLC, was named Family House LLC's chairman of the board.

Eric C. Springer was named as a co-managing shareholder and director, Sherrard, German & Kelly P.C.

Paul R. Rennie joined Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote P.C.'s Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy practice group.

NONPROFITS

Barbara Roth joined the West Penn Division March of Dimes as executive director.

OTHER

Richard V. Piacentini, executive director, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, was appointed chairman of the International Living Future Institute's board of directors.

Michael Discello was appointed campus director of Career Training Academy in New Kensington.

Aaron Hill joined USA Football as northeast youth regional manager, encompassing Maine to South Carolina.

Mike Romigh was appointed program director at WBVP-AM and WMBA-AM.

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