Local businesspeople for Jan. 8, 2016
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Corey M. Brooks, assistant professor of history at York College, has written "Liberty Power," a book on how abolitionist activists built a third-party movement and effectively reshaped political structures in the decades leading up to the Civil War. Available at press.uchicago.edu, Amazon.com and local bookstores.
Greg Wagner, formerly of York County, has published two works of fiction, “The Sisterhood Of The Rubber Ducky – An Action Comedy” and “At The End Of Forever – An Action Thriller.” A 1981 graduate of York Vo-Tech, Wagner lives in Maysel, W.Va. His books are available at www.gregwagnerbooks.com and Amazon.com.
David Morse has been hired as vice president of operations at First Capital Federal Credit Union.
Barbara A. Yarrish has been named senior vice president for post-acute services at WellSpan Health. The position is in addition to her current role as president of WellSpan Surgery and Rehabilitation Hospital.