People You Know: Business, Nov. 3, 2016
Quality Digital Office Technology has announced that Chelsea Wurster, of the Camp Hill office, will receive the West Shore Chamber’s Edward M. Messner Inspiring Business Award in December. Wurster and three other professionals will be honored for their services to the chamber, the community and area businesses.
Bill Rhinesmith, president of ForSight Vision, York, received a Lifetime Achievement Award on Oct. 22 from the Pennsylvania Council of the Blind. Rhinesmith was honored for 38 years of providing “rehabilitation, support, employment opportunities and vision screening services” to the blind and visually impaired.
Aero Energy’s board of directors has elected Jim Sperry as its next president, effective Jan. 1. Sperry currently serves as chief financial officer. Tom Washburn will retire as president, effective Dec. 31.
John Nunez has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty as a Realtor, focusing on southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland.
Barley Snyder LLP has announced four new attorney hires due to growth in a number of its practice areas: Brian A. Korman, business and real estate; Joseph Schalk, finance & creditors’ rights; Indraneela Dixit, real estate, commercial leasing; and Rita Linguiti, contract review, negotiation and management projects.
Bell Socialization Services has announced the promotion of Patricia Graham to the position of program coordinator for its Bell Family Shelter. Graham served as a caseworker for three years at the shelter.
Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, adopted the legal identity of RKL LLP, effective Nov. 1. The firm formalized the RKL name as it continues to pursue geographic growth and diversification.
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank recently received 1,000 turkeys and $5,000 for its Thanksgiving food drive from Giant Food Stores’ holiday campaign, Feeding Our Neighbors Everyday.
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