Local businesspeople for Nov. 19
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Reinsel Kuntz Lesher, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants: CPAs D. Hunter Mink and Christopher A. Winemiller, of the York office, recently earned the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional designation from the Construction Financial Management Association.
Anstadt Communications: J. Corey Kashner has been named vice president of operations.
Stambaugh Ness CPAs/Business & Technology Advisors: New hires are Kristi Weierbach, of York, manager of HR/payroll advisory services, and Tracy Buia, of York, outsourced accounting services specialist.
Stock and Leader, Attorneys at Law: Attorney Sarah L. Doyle, of Red Lion, has joined the firm's agricultural industry, environmental, municipal and real estate law groups and Attorney C. Taylor Katherman, has joined the firm’s estates group.
ON THE BOARD
House of Hope York: The new board treasurer is Jim Partridge, president of operations for Glatfelter Insurance Group.
Buchart Horn: W. Scott Loercher has been promoted to associate vice president of the firm’s architectural division.
Martin Library: The honors committee recognized Larry J. Miller, Peoples Bank President and CEO, on Nov. 8 for his outstanding dedication to libraries and the community. An endowment fund has been established in his honor.
SF&Co., CPAs and Business Advisors: Manager Jennifer K. Forsythe, CPA, recently became treasurer of the York County Children’s Advocacy Center.
York County Community Foundation: Two new members were recently inducted into the foundation's Professional Advisor Recognition Society. They are Robert A. Bowen, investment advisor first vice president with Wells Fargo Advisors, and Henry B. Leader (posthumously), a former attorney and one of the founding members of Stock and Leader.