John Cilli joined Mullen as vice president of agency communications and development.
MARC USA hired Matthew Winwood, interactive developer; Beth Mislanovich, interactive program manager; Michelle Fuscaldo, management supervisor; and Patrick Perriello, digital media buyer.
Associations & Organizations
James V. Dionise, president and chief executive officer of Mars National Bank, was elected to the Pennsylvania Bankers Association board of directors.
The Construction Legislative Council of Western Pennsylvania elected officers for the 2014-2015: chairman, Jon O'Brien, Master Builders' Association of Western PA; vice-chairman, Jim Weaver, American Society of Highway Engineers; treasurer, Rich Barcaskey, Constructors Association of Western PA; and secretary, Maggie Moore, American Society of Highway Engineers.
S&T Bank promoted William Kametz to executive vice president, deputy chief credit officer, and Joseph Imler to senior vice president, S&T Bank and president, S&T Eergreen Insurance.
Contractor & Construction
Burns & Scalo hired John Scalo Jr. as operations manager and Jessica Scalo as real estate associate.
Michael F. Walsh, associate professor of marketing, was appointed chair of the marketing department at West Virginia University's College of Business and Economics.
West Liberty University has added the assistance of planned and major giving consultant Jay Frey to its fundraising efforts.
Nina Fatigati joined Fatigati-Nalin Associates, a division of St. Clair Medical Services, and is now on staff at St. Clair Hospital.
Mecco Marking & Traceability named Bill Holtzman as its sales manager.
Christopher M. Zimmer was named executive vice president and chief commercial officer at Universal Stainless & Alloy Products Inc.
Keller Williams, South Division of Bethel Park, hired two agents: Deborah Cochran and Lawrence Stephen Curran.
Awards and Honors
Peter F. Schlicht, financial adviser and associate vice president with Ameriprise Financial was named a recipient of the 2014 Five Star Wealth Manager award by Five Star Professional. The award goes to less than 7 percent of the wealth managers in the region based on research administered by Five Star Professional, a third-party research company. To receive the 2014 Five Star Wealth Manager award, a wealth manager must meet 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria associated with providing quality services to clients including client retention rates, client assets administered, firm review and favorable regulatory and complaint history.
Regina Beatty of Mosaic Wealth Consulting was selected as one of eight financial planners for the second year in a row, to join the 2014 Advanced Select Member group of Lincoln Financial Advisors Corp./Sagemark Consulting, as part of the firm's Sagemark Consulting -- Private Wealth Services program, which focuses on clients in the "High Net Worth" market.
Paula Sammarone Turocy, associate professor in the Rangos School of Health Sciences and director of the Pre-Medical and Health Professions Program at Duquesne University, is one of just six individuals who were inducted into the National Athletic Trainers' Association Hall of Fame at the organization's annual symposia and expo June 27 in Indianapolis. The NATA Hall of Fame -- the highest honor an athletic trainer can receive -- recognizes individuals for their significant, lasting contributions that enhance the quality of health care provided by athletic trainers and advance the profession. Since inducting its first class in 1962, the Hall of Fame now has 288 members, only 14 of whom are women. Ms. Turocy was the founding chair of Duquesne's Athletic Training Program for 21 years and, in addition to her teaching, served as the inaugural Anna L. Rangos Rizakus Endowed Chair in Health Sciences and Ethics from 2004-2009. She most recently was among an interprofessional education faculty team that received a Creative Teaching Award from Duquesne's Center for Teaching Excellence.
Jim Pieffer, senior vice president of Presbyterian SeniorCare and president of its SeniorCare Network real estate affiliate, was named the 2014 Leader of the Year by LeadingAge PA. The LeadingAge PA Distinguished Service Awards Program, established in 1973, encourages members to nominate individuals and organizations that enhance the field of aging services through their involvement, innovation, leadership or advocacy, as well as personal and organizational generosity.
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