Personnel Moves

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Personnel Moves


BANKING AND FINANCE

David Hickok joined Citizens Bank of Pennsylvania as a mortgage loan officer.

ACCOUNTING

Sisterson & Co. LLP welcomed Stacey L. Schroeffel as a tax manager.

LEGAL

Gretchen E. Gabos joined the workers' compensation and civil litigation practice groups in the Pittsburgh office of O'Brien, Rulis & Bochicchio LLC.

ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS

Infinity Concepts promoted Jill Daly to account manager.

GatesmanMarmionDrake+Dave Inc. added: Stacey Pabis as senior account executive; Andrew Wirfel as manager, digital strategy; and Hallie Ban as media assistant.

HEALTH CARE

Joining Family Hospice and Palliative Care: Stacy Carbaugh as manager of marketing and customer relations; Eric Horwith as community liaison for the Center for Compassionate Care; Greg Jena as public relations coordinator; Greg Lewandowski as clinical supervisor; and Peter Reinhart as clinical supervisor at Anderson Manor. The not-for-profit organization promoted Suzanne Kimmick to social work supervisor and Kathy Little to senior liaison.

Dr. Sheri Mancini and Dr. H. Kenneth Williams Jr. joined Allegheny Surgical Associates, Allegheny General Hospital's primary general surgery practice.

Appointed to the medical staff, department of surgery, Monongahela Valley Hospital: Dr. Christopher E. Emond, sports medicine specialist, affiliated with The Orthopedic Group P.C. in Belle Vernon; and Dr. Mark F. Sullivan, board certified in general surgery and thoracic surgery, affiliated with Dr. …

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