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People You Know: Business, Dec. 22, 2016

York Dispatch


-- Dan Confer has joined Wagman Construction as a client services associate-higher education at the downtown York office. Confer is responsible for expanding the firm’s participation in higher education opportunities throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland.


-- Stock and Leader, Attorneys at Law, has been named the recipient of the York County Agriculture Business Council’s 2017 Ag Industry Award. The firm will be recognized at the YCABC’s annual banquet March 30 at the York Expo Center.

-- The Central Penn Business Journal has announced the finalists of its 2017 Nonprofit Innovation awards, which will be presented March 9 at the Lancaster Marriott ( The York County finalists are:

Brand Identity/Unique Marketing Campaign: Family First Health, Y.O.U.T.H. Program Inc. and York County History Center.

Collaboration: Downtown Inc, Susquehanna Heritage and York County Literacy Council.

Programs: Leg Up Farm and Planned Parenthood Keystone.

Nonprofit Leadership Excellence: Ann Davis of DreamWrights Center for Community Arts, Barbara Titanish of Help for Oncology Problems and Emotional Support (H.O.P.E.), and Mary Anne Winkelman of the Cultural Alliance of York County.


-- According to the most recent report from financial underwriter Ziegler and senior living association LeadingAge, Cross Keys Village, The Brethren Home Community, has moved up the charts from 10th to ninth for largest not-for-profit, single-campus, senior-living organizations in the U.S. and the largest in Pennsylvania. The village has been at its 330-acre site since 1952.

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