Dateline Pittsburgh for 06/05/10

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Brunner hired Tim Madle, art director; Adam Miller, media planner; Liz Horvat and Emily Eischeid, media coordinators; and Maria Didomenico, financial services coordinator.

Associations & Organizations

Dr. Erroline Williams, manager, professional development and outreach, School of Leadership and Professional Advancement at Duquesne University, was appointed Western region director of the Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education Inc.

William G. Finnecy, partner, Malin Bergquist, was elected to the Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, as representative of the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs.

Christopher R. Evans, director of marketing/strategic consultant at Mind Over Media, was named chair of the New Membership Committee at American Marketing Association Pittsburgh Chapter.

Pennsylvania Association of Credit Management named 2010-2011 officers. Chairperson: Corrie J. Zettle, Clover Hill Foods; president: Harold D. Booth, Pennsylvania Association of Credit Management; first vice chairperson: William Clinefelter, I A Construction Co.; second vice chairperson: Richard C. Tomchik, Vocollect Inc.; treasurer: Frank B. Buckstein, Del Monte Foods.

William C. Marsh, chairman, president and CEO of The Farmers National Bank of Emlenton, was appointed to the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Professional Development Policy Committee.

Steven A. Webber of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC was elected a member of the The American Society of Transplantation board.

Ellen Freeman, an immigration lawyer in the Pittsburgh office of K&L Gates, was re-elected chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Pittsburgh chapter for 2010-11 for a second consecutive term.

Contractor & Construction

Tudi Mechanical Systems hired Rob Tokay as director of accounting and Stacy Zatek as marketing coordinator.

Education

The Allegheny Intermediate Unit hired Dina Stipetic as director of Early Head Start program.

Don Accamando, a retired lieutenant colonel of the Air Force, was named director of military education at Duquesne University's School of Leadership and Professional Advancement.

Financial

The Home Savings and Loan Co. hired Jerome L. Smith as assistant vice president, commercial lending.

Legend Financial Advisors Inc. said Sherri Miller has joined as a marketing and contract coordinator as has Bill Knight, as an assistant financial adviser.

Health & Medicine

St. Barnabas Medical Center has promoted Cindy Dunn to director of its home care department.

Investment

Hirtle, Callaghan & Co. said Timothy J. Curtiss has joined as an investment officer.

Law

Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote named Edward M. Vavro Jr. chair of its transportation group practice.

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis said Jeffery W. Letwin and H. Lee Schwartzberg Jr. were appointed co-chairs of the business services department. Kevin W. Coleman was named co-chair of the bankruptcy, workout and business reorganization practice group; Bruce P. Merenstein was named chair of the pro bono committee; and Keith E. Whitson was named administrative partner for the Pittsburgh office.

Marketing

Quest Fore hired Kristen MacMillan as marketing intern.

Nonprofit

Chris Ingram was named director of Gateway Rehab's Extended Care Division.

Jeffrey Finkelstein, president and CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, was named chairman of the large city executives group of the Jewish Federation of North America for 2010-2011.

Resorts

Seven Springs Resort Realty hired Michelle Buccilli as real estate sales agent.


Dateline Pittsburgh appears every Sunday. To propose an item, send information to Natalie Hill, Dateline Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 34 Blvd. of the Allies, Pittsburgh 15222; or e-mail to nhill@post-gazette.com . Photos submitted for the print edition version of this column may be sent via e-mail in JPEG format, 170 DPI, to photos@post-gazette.com . Photo size should be an 8- by 10-inch or 4- by 5-inch head shot at 170 dpi.


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