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Personnel Moves

| Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012


Mark C. Yanni joined Yanni & Associates Investment Advisors LLC as an associate.

• Appointed to the board of directors of 1st Summit Bank: Edward J. Sheehan Jr. , president and chief executive officer of Concurrent Technologies Corp.; and Michael E. Ondesko Jr. , president and owner of Dunlo Transfer and Dunlo Realty Inc.


• 3PC Media promoted Sean Brutscher to senior interactive developer.


Rex Gatto was appointed executive director of Point Park University's Center for Management Excellence.


Kaye Bealer and Travis Williams are now members of the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh Metropolitan board of directors. Bealer is chief executive officer and founder of K Bealer Consulting LLC. Williams is chief operating officer and general counsel for Lemieux Group LP and subsidiaries.

• Bridgeway Capital hired: Christian DeSarbo , senior loan officer; T.J. King , 504 loan officer; and Dwayne Rankin and Eric Susany , both entrepreneur loan officers.


Thomas Blank joined Pennoni Associates as Monroeville office director.


Patrick Flynn , community relations representative for Riverset Credit Union, received Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's Citizen Service Award.

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