Local businesspeople, June 23, 2016

York Dispatch


Jacob Coy and Rob Lochte have joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty as Realtors in York and Adams counties.


Nutec Facilities Corp. has named Douglas K. Shively its executive vice president. Shively has been with the company for 28 years.


The Hampton Inn and Suites, 2159 S. Queen St., York, has received a 2016 Certificate of Excellence Award from TripAdvisor. The award is given to hospitality businesses for receiving great traveler reviews on the TripAdvisor website.


Wagman Inc. recently sponsored its second annual can-struction contest at its offices and job sites to collect canned goods and food for local charities. Employees at its York offices collected 950 pounds of food for Mr. Sandy’s Veterans Shelter and the Bell Family Shelter.

The American Heart Association recently recognized companies and organizations as fit-friendly worksites. York County awardees are:

Platinum level: WellSpan Health.

Gold level: Central York School District; Davies Office Furniture; GEA Refrigeration North America; New Standard Corporation; Northern York County School District; Pennex Aluminum Co.; Wagman Companies; WM2 Consortium; and York Newspaper Co.


Steam Into History received an $18,544 grant in June from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.


Graham Architectural Products has announced the addition of Joe Cerminara as vice president of process engineering and Tuan Tran as vice president of design engineering.

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Doug Shively
Rob Lochte
Jacob Coy