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Newsmaker: Jane Yeager Noel

| Sunday, June 17, 2012, 1:19 a.m.

Residence: Grapeville, Westmoreland County

Age: 47

Family: Husband, Scot

Occupation: Owner of Computers Made Easy Inc., which develops and hosts Web sites for large and small companies, as well as for community organizations such as the Westmoreland Arts and Heritage Festival

Education: Bachelor's degree in visual communications, Point Park University; associate degree in visual communications, Art Institute of Pittsburgh

Background: Project manager for the former DreamForge Intertainment, Greensburg, developing computer games from 1990 -99; contributor of art work for computer games at Paragon Software, Greensburg, 1987-90; president of Westmoreland Business Referral Association, 2003-04; founding board member of InWestmoreland Networkers; received Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation's Muir Fellowship in 2007

Noteworthy: Named "Woman of the Year" for 2007-08 by the Greensburg chapter of Business and Professional Women, Pennsylvania, which promotes equity and self-sufficiency for working women.

Quote: "We have a lot of women-owned businesses as customers and work very, very hard to make technology understandable to people and make sure their Web site is really a part of their marketing process that works for their businesses."

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