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Michael Raymond, Ph.D., neuropsychologist, will share commentary from dual of his veteran studies during a 2014 Conference of a National Academy of Neuropsychology in Nov in Puerto Rico, patrician “Influence of Depression on Neuropsychology Performance of Returning Veterans With or Without Post-traumatic Stress Disorder” and “Neuropsychological Findings in a Patient with Limbic Encephalitis Associated with NMDA Receptor Antibodies.” Dr. Raymond serves as a heading researcher and consultant in a margin of cognitive development, mind damage and a approved ImPACT Test concussion specialist. He continues to work as executive of clinical/forensic neuropsychology and clinical executive of a Brain Injury Program and Sports Concussion Program during Heinz Rehab for a past 26 years.


Federation of State, County and Municipal


Kerri Gallagher warranted a unanimous opinion from a executive house of District Council 87 of a Pennsylvania worker kinship to a position of executive during a house assembly on Jun 13. District Council 87 represents scarcely 5,000 workers in NEPA. Ms. Gallagher began her work in open use as a taxpayer partner technician. She assimilated Local 2585, and served as a recording secretary from 1992 to 2004. In 2006, Ms. Gallagher became a staff deputy with District Council 87.

Commonwealth Health

Jeffrey Michael Gillette, D.O., will start practicing during Professional Orthopedic Associates, 3 W. Olive St., Suite 118, Scranton, in July. Dr. Gillette warranted a bachelor’s grade in biology from a University of Scranton in 2005, and graduated with honors from a Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He finished an internship and an orthopedic residency with Pinnacle Health System in Harrisburg. Dr. Gillette’s veteran affiliations embody a American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics and a Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association. He will offer on a staff during Regional Hospital of Scranton.

First National Bank of Pennsylvania

Joseph M. Entenman warranted a graduation to comparison clamp boss and group personality during a bank. Mr. Entenman is obliged for a sales activities, referrals and formula for a Harrisburg Commercial Banking Team. Mr. Entenman assimilated a bank in 2010 as clamp boss of blurb banking, and has some-more than 20 years of attention experience, including positions with Waypoint Bank and MT. He warranted his undergraduate grade from Villanova University, and lives in Dillsburg with his wife, Tina, and their dual children, Matthew and Jack.


Health System

The National Center for Healthcare Leadership named Glenn D. Steele Jr., M.D., Ph.D., boss and arch executive officer of a health system, a target of a 2014 Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award. The endowment recognizes Dr. Steele’s innovative approaches to bringing high-value and permitted health caring to his community, henceforth transforming and improving a field. Dr. Steele assimilated a health complement as boss and arch executive officer in 2001. He warranted his Ph.D. from Lund University in Lund, Sweden, in 1974, his medical grade from New York University School of Medicine in 1970 and a Bachelor of Arts, graduating magna cum laude in story and literature, from Harvard College in 1966. The National Center for Healthcare Leadership will respect Dr. Steele Nov. 20 during a Leadership Award cooking during a InterContinental Chicago.




Ryan Patrick Campbell assimilated a organisation as an associate profession in a Scranton office. After graduating cum laude from Muhlenberg College, Mr. Campbell attended Syracuse University College of Law. He has knowledge in polite lawsuit and hearing advocacy, and will combine in a personal injury, trip and fall, automobile collision and product guilt fields.

Jacobi Capital Management

Nina Santarelli assimilated a organisation as a customer services associate. Ms. Santarelli supports all of Jacobi’s operational, selling and customer services activities, and works closely with a firm’s investment confidant representatives. She warranted her bachelor’s grade from Tufts University and her master’s grade from Penn State University. Ms. Santarelli is a internal of Dallas and lives in Kingston.

Kane is Able

Jim McMurphy assimilated a third-party logistics provider as a comparison clamp boss of technology. Mr. McMurphy leads a plan and execution of all record responsibilities opposite 21 national offices and placement centers. He has roughly 30 years of knowledge in a information technologies field. Before fasten a logistics provider, Mr. McMurphy worked during Scintel, Innotrac, Capital One and Mattel. He attended a University of Missouri, and warranted a Bachelor of Science in selling and a Master of Business Administration in finance.

King’s College

Three members of a imagination warranted training awards during a college’s 65th annual derivation exercises.

Sharon Fredericks, accessory imagination member in a chemistry department, warranted a Adjunct Faculty Teaching Award.

The Rev. Tony Grasso, C.S.C., highbrow of English, perceived a Max and Tillie Rosenn Award for Faculty. The late Max Rosenn, former comparison circuit decider of a U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, and his wife, Tillie, determined a award.

Valerie Kepner, associate highbrow of economics, warranted a Donald Grimes, C.S.C., Annual Award for Service-Learning Teaching Excellence.

Munley Law

Marion K. Munley, a partner in a Munley Law firm, Scranton, will offer on a house of a American Association for Justice Bus Litigation Group. The lawsuit groups contain a network of AAJ members who share their years of imagination per a specific form of case. Ms. Munley warranted a choosing since of her prolonged story of fighting for clients in bus, lorry and automobile pile-up cases. Ms. Munley also serves as a member of a AAJ’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group.

Northeastern Pennsylvania Industrial

Resource Center

Eric Joseph Esoda, executive executive of NEPIRC, spoke about general egghead skill violations and a associated risks to domestic manufacturers during a Department of Homeland Security contention within a profession general’s bureau in Philadelphia. Mr. Esoda’s display served as partial of an altogether supply sequence confidence seminar sponsored by a DHS. During his presentation, Mr. Esoda highlighted several new cases involving abroad manufacturer defilement of U.S.-based manufacturer egghead skill rights and a following financial waste that occurred. He also pronounced that egghead skill risk is now among a many ordinarily cited reasons for U.S.-based manufacturer reshoring of law components and subassemblies.

Penn State Worthington


Michael M. Evans, M.S.N., M.S.Ed., R.N., A.C.N.S., C.M.S.R.N., C.N.E., warranted a 2014 George W. Atherton Award for Excellence in Teaching, that awards value in training during a undergraduate level. Mr. Evans serves as a partner arch educational officer and an instructor of nursing during a university. He is one of 6 imagination members during Penn State to accept a award. Mr. Evans incorporated asynchronous contention forums into mixed nursing classes in an bid to boost tyro partnership and contemplative thinking, and grown elective courses in response to tyro concerns about math used in remedy administration. Mr. Evans warranted an Associate of Science in nursing and his Bachelor of Science in nursing from Penn State and a Master of Science in nursing, with a specialization in adult health and a subspecialization in nursing education, from Misericordia University. He also warranted his Master of Science in education, with a thoroughness in veteran studies, from Capella University. Mr. Evans is also a doctoral tyro in a College of Nursing during Penn State University. He lives in Archbald with his wife, Stephanie.


The Department of Transportation famous 27 employees for superb opening with a Star of Excellence Award. Gerald Babinski, district overpass engineer, and Chris Tomaszewski, partner relationship engineer, of a District 4 office, that represents Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming counties, warranted a respect during an awards luncheon during a governor’s chateau in Harrisburg.

Mr. Babinski done a transition from a overpass patrol personality to a district overpass operative during a time with countless new initiatives, appropriation hurdles and a changing landscape for plan delivery, programming and resources.

Mr. Tomaszewski served as a plan manager for a Local Bridge Bundling Pilot. As partial of a project, Mr. Tomaszewski managed a smoothness of 10 overpass replacements, regulating a full pattern with permits, right of approach clearway and focus clearway in 8 months.


Bowen PC

Brian Vacendak assimilated a engineering organisation as a polite designer. Mr. Vacendak warranted a Bachelor of Science in polite engineering from Penn State University. While in college, he served as a build coordinator for Habitat for Humanity. Mr. Vacendak lives in Clarks Summit.


of Scranton

The university respected Joseph Hammond Jr., Harold Anderson, John Thomas Conlon and Vincent Marshall, Ph.D., with Provost Part-Time Faculty Awards for Excellence in Teaching during a rite hold during a open semester.

Mr. Hammond assimilated a university in 1981. He serves as an accessory highbrow of accounting and a module executive of Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, that provides low- and moderate-income people and families with giveaway assistance in completing and filing federal, state and internal taxation returns.

Mr. Anderson assimilated a university in 2010. He serves as an accessory highbrow in a dialect of health administration and tellurian services. Mr. Anderson is a late Army medical use corps officer, and hold executive positions in internal hospitals for some-more than 35 years, including 16 years as a health complement arch executive officer.

Mr. Conlon assimilated a university in 1983. He serves an accessory highbrow in a dialect of sociology and rapist justice. He recently taught “Introduction to Sociology” and “Introduction to Criminal Justice” and courses in amicable problems, community-based corrections and criminology.

Dr. Marshall assimilated a university in 2010. He warranted his bachelor’s grade from Cornell University and his doctorate from a University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Marshall serves as an accessory highbrow of biology.

Wayne Bank

Robert J. Mancuso warranted a graduation from arch information officer to executive clamp president. Before earning a promotion, Mr. Mancuso supposing care of bank operations, information technology, plan management, bank confidence and comforts management. With his new title, Mr. Mancuso will take on a additional purpose of providing care of selling and bend administration. Mr. Mancuso has some-more than 35 years of village banking knowledge in a internal area. He graduated from a University of Scranton, and has a Bachelor of Science in accounting. Mr. Mancuso also has a Master of Business Administration with a thoroughness in accounting from a University of Scranton. He also graduated from a University of Wisconsin School for bank administration formed in Madison, Wis., and warranted a high honors grade in that program. Mr. Mancuso lives in Dunmore with his wife, Lorraine, and has dual sons, Robert and Richard.

Western Wayne School District

Kathleen Riley, a song clergyman during a facile propagandize and member of a Pennsylvania State Education Association, warranted a 2014 Innovative Teaching Grant from PSEA’s legislature on Instruction on Professional Development. Her focus minute how a environmentally designed EverGreen Elementary core includes 36 acres for educational exploration.

With a grant, Ms. Riley skeleton to have students listen to themed song in outside settings regulating iPod Shuffles. Each of Ms. Riley’s designed doctrine activities will yield song history, speculation and opening opportunities enjoyed in a outside classroom space.

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