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Nonprofit CEO retires

Theo Braddy, CEO of the Center for Independent Living of Central PA, announced he is retiring after 30 years, effective March 31.

Janetta Green, COO, will serve as acting CEO, effective April 1. Braddy will continue his involvement with CILCP as a consultant. In this role, he will work on making the center a provider of quality, long-term supports and services with the Managed Care Companies.

“People with disabilities, stakeholders and the community may be assured that the board of directors and staff are committed to the CILCP’s mission and vision,” Braddy said. “The CILCP began providing services in 1989 and will continue to do so. The future is bright. Green has been Chief Operating Officer for 29 years and is ready to accept the role of Acting CEO.”

Geisinger recognized for neurosurgery

Geisinger’s Neuroscience Institute was recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the top 100 spine and neurosurgery programs in the United States.

Geisinger is among only four health systems in the state to achieve the recognition on the Becker’s list, which is based on nominations, national rankings and awards in neurosurgery, neurological care and spine surgery. Accomplishments in research and innovation are also considered.

Upper Allen hires new director

Upper Allen Township recently hired Corey Stazewski as the director of the township’s 12-member Public Works Department.

Stazewski, who previously served as the roadmaster in Halifax, succeeds Skip Peterman, who served Upper Allen for 14 years and was Public Works director since 2011.

Stazewski, a native of Lower Swatara Township, will oversee all projects except sewer work. The department’s responsibilities include maintaining the township’s parks, stormwater system and more than 74 miles of roads.

Boyer & Ritter earns honor

For the fourth straight year, Boyer & Ritter CPAs and Consultants was recognized by Accounting Today Magazine as one of the top Mid-Atlantic accounting firms — one of only four Pennsylvania firms to make the list.

Accounting Today looks at New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania for its Mid-Atlantic list. Rankings are based on a firm’s level revenue that sets them in the top tier of their region.

In February, Pennsylvania Business Central also named Boyer & Ritter among the “Top 100 Organizations” in the state for the fourth year in a row.

The Sentinel

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