KANE IS ABLE
Gary Griffith has been named senior vice president of business and development and marketing. Griffith holds certificates in warehousing operations from North Carolina State University and global logistics technology from Lenoir College.
Four faculty members have been awarded tenure and promoted. Richard “Woody” Haydt was promoted to associate professor of physical therapy; Allen C. Minor, was promoted to associate professor of business; Corina N. Slaff, to associate professor of business; and Ruixia Yan, to associate professor of speech-language pathology. In addition, Grace Sheldon Fisher, chair of the occupational therapy department, was promoted to full professor of occupational therapy.
STATE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTE
Vincent F. Mooney Jr., a former deputy superintendent of centralized services at SCI Dallas, has been appointed superintendent at the State Correctional Institution at Coal Township, Northumberland County. Mooney, who resides in Jackson Township, is a veteran of the United States Army who began his corrections career as a corrections officer at SCI Dallas in 1985.
SERVICE 1ST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Barbara Criswell, Steven W. Endress, and Dr. O. Fred Miller, III, have been re-elected to the credit union’s board of directors. All three were incumbents seeking re-election to a three-year term. Service 1st Federal Credit Union has offices in Danville, Lewisburg, Loyalsock, Shamokin Dam and Wilkes-Barre.
LUZERNE/SCHUYLKILL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD
Patricia A. Lenahan has been confirmed as executive director. Lenahan holds a bachelor’s degree from Wilkes University and is a member of the Luzerne/Schuylkill Workforce Youth Council, the Pennsylvania Workforce Development Association and the National Association of Workforce Boards.