People You Know, May 13, 2016
Peabody Conservatory of Music, Johns Hopkins University: Trent A. Hollinger, of Hanover.
Habitat for Humanity: For the second consecutive year, the global organization has been named Brand of the Year in the social services nonprofit category of the Harris Poll EquiTrend Equity Score. It was also named Most Loved and Most Trusted brand within its category.
Pa. Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Received the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence for helping landowners plant thousands of trees, reduce pollution of rivers and streams, and improve water quality in the commonwealth. The foundation was recognized at a celebration in Harrisburg.
Army Reserve: Capt. John F. Yanikov, of York, has deployed overseas to serve in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Air Force: Airman David Speicher Jr., of Delta, graduated from basic military training, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Bloomsburg University: Students who were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi national collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines are Morgan Lewis and Amber Speicher, both of Etters; Laura Prenger, of Hanover; Heather Wivell, of Spring Grove; Kylie Goodling, of Wrightsville; and Katelyn Caralle and Caitlin Sullivan, both of York.
Duquesne University: Students who were inducted into Phi Kappa Phi collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines are Marianne Freed and Amy Spigelmyer, both of Hanover.
Florida Institute of Technology: Bryce Beard, of York Haven, was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi national collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
King’s College: Justin Barnett, of Dallastown, was inducted into Delta Epsilon Sigma national Catholic honor society.
Kutztown University: Emma Raymond, of York, was inducted into the Alpha Phi Sigma national criminal justice honor society; Julia Snyder, of Red Lion, was inducted into Sigma Delta Pi national Hispanic honor society; and Lisa Drusedum, of York, was inducted into the Alpha Kappa Delta sociology honor society.
Lycoming College: Emily DiBiase, of Red Lion, and Rachel Duncan, of York Haven, were initiated into Phi Kappa Phi national collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
Pennsylvania State University: Students who were inducted into Phi Kappa Phi national collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines are Lerrie Mae Peachy Bashan, of Dover; Emily Freiert, of Hanover; Mary Gilbert, of New Freedom; Stephanie Allen, Megan Anderson and Edgar Elias, all of York; and Brandi Cash, of York Haven.
Susquehanna University: Shelby McGuigan, of Mount Wolf, has been inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma business honor society.
University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown: Gregory L. Dederer, of Dillsburg, has been inducted into Phi Kappa Phi all-discipline honor society.
Widener University: Nicholas Cramer, of Lewisberry, and Sarah Cardone and Ryan Yost, both of York, were inducted into Phi Eta Sigma freshman honor society.
York College: Among those who were inducted into the inaugural chapter of Kappa Delta Pi international honor society in education are Melanie Brady and Amanda Woods, both of Dallastown; Chelsey Cochran, of Fawn Grove; Anna Stetter, of Glenville; Madison Collins and Victoria Temple, both of Hanover; Crystal Norfolk, of Jacobus; Hannah Shellenberger, of Manchester; Amanda Dashler and Jessica Stefanick, both of Red Lion; Madison Longstreth, of Spring Grove; Jenna Roberts, of Stewartstown; Kirstin Myers, of Windsor; Melissa Douglass, of Wrightsville; and Kristin Carpio, Emily Flaharty, Colby Herrington, Heather Lamothe and Lauren Weikert, all of York.