December 2, 2012
Cortney Repanshek has been hired as mortgage originator in the Hazleton area. She earned a bachelor's degree in real estate from Penn State University in University Park.
2012 Executive Program graduates include: Robert Bee, WBRE-TV; Edward Chabalowski, Geisinger Community Medical Center; Anita Cola, Lackawanna College; Justin Davis, Moses Taylor Hospital; Laura Ducceschi, Scranton Area Foundation; Lynn Fagan-Cortes, First National Bank of Pennsylvania; T. Brendan Finley, Office of Pennsylvania Sen. John P. Blake; Raymond J. Fox, Fidelity Deposit & Discount Bank; Jessica Kalinoski, Admiral Management Services; Regina Krieger, Old Forge School District; Sean O'Mealy, Times-Shamrock; John Regula, Allied Services; Jonathan Reif, Sordoni Construction Services; George Siracuse, Strategic Financial Planners Inc.; Charles C. Smith, Smith Miller Associates; Barbara Toolan, Happenings Magazine; M. Brooks Turkel, Regional Hospital of Scranton; Kevin M. Wilson, Keystone College; Ada Winter, Landmark Management Services Inc.; Barbara Yakimowicz, MAXIMUS Federal Services.
Michael Dillon joined the firm as a new associate. Dillon, a native of Wilkes-Barre, received a juris doctor from Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law.
Tara Cobb has been promoted to real estate lending support coordinator. Cobb is a graduate St. Joseph's University with a bachelor's degree in marketing and earned her MBA in accounting from the University of Scranton. Amy Kelley has been promoted to accounting manager. She earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Keystone College. Michael Francis has been promoted to loan administration clerk. He earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from Widener University.
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