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iGate Capital names managing director

| Tuesday, February 13, 2001 12:00 a.m

iGATE Capital Corp. of Pittsburgh appointed Jonathan D. Bonime managing director-general counsel and secretary. He joins the company from Allegheny Technologies, where he was international counsel. Before that, he worked for Foster Wheeler Corp. in Dallas as vice president and general counsel for subsidiary Glitsch International.

L-Force Systems Inc. of Pittsburgh promoted Joseph DiFalco to vice president of product development. He has 16 years of designing and developing applications systems experience and was a senior consultant specializing in systems design at Liekar Strategic Solutions.

The Rev. V. Donald Hall was named executive director of the William and Mildred Orr Compassionate Care Center in Pittsburgh’s East Liberty area. Hall was executive director of Catholic Charities in Greensburg and served as interim rector for the Trinity Episcopal Church in New Castle.

The western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Air Conditioning Contractors Association named as its 2001 officers: President Kevan Whalen of Q-Dot Inc.; Vice-President Bob Boyle of Phillips Heating and Air Conditioning Co.; and Treasurer Bob Pelles of Pelles Heating and Cooling Services Inc.

Tucker Arensberg hired Joseph P. Milcoff, Christi L. Neroni and Patrick J. O’Leary as associate attorneys. Milcoff received his law degree from Dickinson School of Law; Neroni from Duquesne University and O’Leary from William & Mary.

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