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Business Gallery, Nov. 16, 2014

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| Saturday, November 15, 2014 9:00 p.m.
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Christopher E. Ballod joined Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti LLP as special counsel in the commercial litigation and intellectual property practice groups. Ballod has experience in matters relating to coverage for all varieties of risks.

BANKING, FINANCE

At Farmers National Bank of Emlenton, bothJerry Millin, vice president and information technology manager, and Andrew Hogue, assistant vice president – facilities and security manager, obtained their certified community bank security professional certification through the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers.

LEGAL

Christopher E. Ballod joined Pietragallo Gordon Alfano Bosick & Raspanti LLP as special counsel in the commercial litigation and intellectual property practice groups. Ballod has experience in matters relating to coverage for all varieties of risks.

ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS

BD&E added Chase Davenport as production designer.

HEALTH CARE

Dr. Srinivasan Suresh was named chief medical information officer at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.

REAL ESTATE

Keller Williams, Pittsburgh South Division, welcomed as agents: William Duffett, Charlotte Heyward and Anna Lasko, Bethel Park office; Jaeci Joseph and Rebecca Reichenbach, Mt. Lebanon office; and Christopher Pasternak, Whitehall office.

OTHER

Cheryl Napsha was hired as director of South Fayette Township Library and Bridgeville Public Library.

Hi-Tech Testing promoted Kenneth Baits to nondestructive evaluation district manager, Pittsburgh office.

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