People You Know, Sept. 29

York Dispatch


Hunter Mink

D. Hunter Mink, CPA, of York, an audit manager with RKL LLP, received a 2017 Young Leader Award from the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is an active member of PICPA’s south central chapter executive committee.

RKL LLP has announced the promotion of Samuel E. Gantz, CPA, of Spring Grove, to manager, tax services group. Gantz is a graduate of York College and the Leadership York program. He is a board member and serves as treasurer for Keystone Kidspace.


Eastern Mennonite University, Lancaster: Mary Schmolitz, of Mount Wolf, and Beata Simon, of York.

Samuel Gantz


Red Lion Area Senior High School: John Brownsword was named a Student of the Month for September by the Red Lion Lions Club.


Georgia State University: Reaghan Braun, of Hanover.


Concordia University, Nebraska: Anna Holle, of Stewartstown, participated in a one-week summer mission to Amatitlan, Guatemala.

Lebanon Valley College:

Local students serving as peer mentors are JoAnne Rubelmann, of Felton, and Jordan Heavel, Brandon McMinn and Kate Mowrey, all of Hanover.

Local students serving in student government are Nancy Diaz Fajardo, of Hanover, treasurer for the class of 2020; Madison Maloney, of Hanover, representative for the class of 2021; and Abby Hamilton, of York, equity representative for the class of 2020.

Local students named to the fall orchestra tour are Elena Spadaccino, of Etters; Jacob Weller, of Wellsville; and Kate Eckman, Breah Koller and Savannah Seiple, all of York.

Cheyanne Brown, of York, attended a conference at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., in September.

PA Salon 20 of 8 and 40: Sally Jennings, of York County, has been named president for the 2017-18 term of the group, a former branch of the American Legion Auxiliary.


McDaniel College: Nicholas Assi, of Hanover, and Brenna Gutshall, of Spring Grove, were inducted into the Alpha Lambda Delta national honor society on Sept. 23.

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