Personnel Moves

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Personnel Moves


Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


BANKING, FINANCE

Thomas Ritter retired from a 31-year career at Brentwood Bank. His most recent position was assistant vice president in residential lending.

ACCOUNTING

Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP added in the firm's assurance & advisory services group: Nathan W. Barrett as a senior accountant, Jill E. Hanson, Molly L. Mathews and Allison K. Panosky.

LEGAL

At Allegheny County Bar Foundation, Dana L. Bacsi was inducted into the class of 2010 fellows, and Mandi L. Scott was inducted into the young lawyers fellows class of 2010. Both are attorneys at Goehring, Rutter & Boehm.

Jason M. Reefer joined Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti LLP as an associate in the firm's product liability practice group, Pittsburgh office. His experiece includes pharmaceutical product liability litigation, white collar and securities work, and antitrust investigations and litigation.

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, Pittsburgh office, added: Terry D. Roberts, labor and employment section; Patrick R. Malone, Victoria Bechtold Kush and Bradley J. Kitlowski, all litigation section;

Steven D. Czajkowski, intellectual property section; Daniel L. Williams and Matthew E. Shames, both financial services section; Shawn N. Gallagher, real estate section and Marcellus Shale/oil and gas practice group; and Nicholas E. Meriwether, bankruptcy & creditors' rights section.

ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS

Fitting Group added Jason Bittel as a copywriter.

HEALTH CARE

Baptist Homes Society named Paul Merlo director of assisted living at Providence Point.

Eva Gregorek joined Diskriter as health information management consultant / auditing / coding, a newly created position.

TECHNOLOGY

Summa hired Dan Pavlick as senior vice president of strategy and corporate development. …

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