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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services hired as sales associate: Joanne Averch, Shadyside office.
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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services hired as sales associate: Kathryn Griffin, East Regional office.
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Newsmaker Frank Kosir, a real estate attorney and recently elected councilman, was appointed Peters Township’s representative to the South Hills Council of Governments.
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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services hired as sales associate: Darcie Petrone, South Hills office.
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The Challenge Program Inc. appointed Patricia Brady Rodella, Tucker Arsenberg P.C., to its board of directors.
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June Swanson, partner, real estate and lending group, and both with Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP; were elected to the Allegheny County Bar Association Real Property Section’s executive council.
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Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP promoted: Megan R. Troxell, senior manager, audit and assurance services group.
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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services hired as sales associate: Jill Sutter, Hampton office.

REAL ESTATE

Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services hired as sales associates: Traci Toll, Squirrel Hill office; Jeremy Anderson, Joanne Averch and Dennis Yeung, Shadyside office; Ala Shurpa and Kathryn Griffin, East Regional office; David Citeroni and Lisa Burk, North Huntingdon office; Lori Meek, Cranberry office; Marcy O’Malley, Fox Chapel office; Jill Sutter, Hampton office; Karen Huebner, North Hills office; Kathi Hladik, Butler office; Jo Ellen Adams, Airport/Beaver Regional office; Darcie Petrone, South Hills office; and Elaine Rigby, Pleasant Hills office.

ACCOUNTING

Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP promoted: Megan R. Troxell, senior manager, audit and assurance services group; and Andrew R. Giallonardo and James B. Gross, both senior associates, audit and assurance services group.

LEGAL

June Swanson, partner, real estate and lending group, and Frank Kosir, Of Counsel, both with Meyer, Unkovic & Scott LLP; were elected to the Allegheny County Bar Association Real Property Section’s executive council.

Allison R. Levinson and Andrew P. Griffin, both associates, joined Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC.

ADVERTISING, PUBLIC RELATIONS

Marbury Group appointed Kathryn Sullivan as director of account services.

HEALTH CARE

Dr. Rafael J. Diaz-Garcia joined Allegheny Health Network Plastic Surgeons group and is on staff at Allegheny General Hospital, Forbes Hospital and West Penn Hospital.

St. Clair Hospital appointed Kim Edvardsson, corporate controller, EverPower Wind Holdings Inc., to its board of directors.

NONPROFITS

The Challenge Program Inc. appointed Patricia Brady Rodella, Tucker Arsenberg P.C., to its board of directors.

AWARDS

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania announced the winners of its 2014 Power of Work Awards: Construction Junction, Highmark, UPMC and Vinny’s Hair Design.

Ralph F. Manning, co-chair, intellectual property and mergers and acquisitions groups, Tucker Arensberg P.C., received the Outstanding Community Leader Award from the Three Rivers Center for Independent Living at its annual Disability Pride Dinner.

Daniel W. Rullo, partner, Barbera, Clapper, Beener, Rullo & Melvin LLP, was named an honorary alumnus of Mount Aloysius College.

NEW BUSINESS

Eric L. Ash Farmers Insurance Agency opened in Elizabeth. The agency handles auto, business, home, life, renters and specialty units.

Business Gallery is a listing of promotions, hirings and other personnel moves at area companies. Submitted items should include contact names and telephone numbers. Photographs should bear the names of the individuals. Items can be mailed to: Business Gallery, Tribune-Review, D.L. Clark Building, 503 Martindale St., Pittsburgh, PA 15212, faxed to 412-320-7921 or emailed to [email protected].

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