People on the Move

By Hill, Natalie | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA), October 28, 2012 | Go to article overview

People on the Move


Hill, Natalie, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)


Banking

Justin M. Erdner was named manager of the Cranberry Township Office for Northwest Savings Bank.

Education

The Nominating Committee of the University of Pittsburgh Board of Trustees nominated George L. Miles Jr., chair emeritus of Chester Engineers and retired president and chief executive officer of WQED Multimedia, and Thomas H. O'Brien, retired chair of PNC Financial Services Group, for election as emeritus trustees of the board.

Engineering

Herbert, Rowland & Grubic Inc. named associates of the firm: Daniel E. Dow, regional service group manager, water and energy, and Benjamin L. Gilberti, project manager, civil group.

Financial

Karen L. Hartley, financial advisor, joined Ameriprise Financial.

Health

Premier Medical Associates announced that Karla Cepeda has joined as a family medicine physician, working at the Golden Mile Highway office.

Manufacturing

Denielle Gower was appointed director, transportation and logistics for Koppers North American business operations.

Nonprofit

The Center for Theater Arts named Michele Philage is the new artistic director.

Focus On Renewal appointed Greg Quinlan executive director.

Awards/Honors

IABC/Pittsburgh said Rebecca Lucore, chief of staff, Bayer MaterialScience LLC, received the 2012 Business Communicator of the Year award. The award is presented annually to an individual who exhibited outstanding business communication skills throughout the year. …

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