Personnel Moves

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Personnel Moves


MANUFACTURING

PPG Industries Inc. appointed Michael T. Hartings general manager of its protective and marine coatings business.

ACCOUNTING

Clayton E. Gregg IV, a senior accountant with McClure & Wolf Certified Public Accountants, received his license to practice as a certified public accountant. He specializes in performing audits of nonprofit organizations and local government entities.

LEGAL

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC shareholders at the Pittsburgh office who were nominated fellows of the American Bar Foundation include Wendelynne J. Newton, litigation section; Robert A. Johnson, tax section; and David J. Laurent, labor and employment section. Margaret B. Angel, a shareholder in the firm's Pittsburgh office, financial services section, was elected president of the Pennsylvania Association of Bond Lawyers. Ellen Freeman, counsel in the firm's Pittsburgh office immigration section, was elected president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Pittsburgh chapter.

Thorp Reed & Armstrong LLP associate Jenifer Slinskey-Tarasi, a member of the firm's intellectual property practice, was elected to the executive committee of the Enterprise Forum of Pittsburgh.

Cohen & Grigsby Pittsburgh office director Nancy Heilman, a member of the labor and employment, and litigation practice groups, was elected to the board of governors for the Allegheny County Bar Association.

EDUCATION

William C. Price III accepted a teaching position in the linguistics department of the University of Pittsburgh.

HEALTH CARE

Canonsburg General Hospital employees Karen Clark, director of materials management, and Terry Wiltrout, vice president of operations, each earned master's of business administration degrees, with a concentration in health care administration, from Waynesburg University; and Anne Veres, director of rehabilitation services, received a doctorate of physical therapy from Chatham University. …

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