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Tuckey partners

Tuckey Restoration has announced that the company has joined Restoration Expert Panel, a consortium of experts in structural and mechanical restoration and repair.

REP experts will provide support for Tuckey projects throughout the Midstate area. RFP is a division of the International Dry Standard Organization, which provides measurements and standards tools for flood restoration and insurance appraisal.

Berkshire hires

Greg Zembower has joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty as a member of the Heather Neidlinger Team of realtors.

Zembower will specialize in residential sales throughout Central Pennsylvania. He is an alumni of Shippensburg University and received his bachelor’s degree in computer science.

Land purchased

Matrix Development Group recently acquired 205 acres of industrial land in United Business Park from the Cumberland Valley Regional Development Corporation. The land is located in Shippensburg, immediately off Interstate 81 at Exit 24, and has been approved for the development of two warehouse facilities totaling approximately 2,700,000 square feet.

Matrix is a property investment group that holds over 30 million square feet of commercial space, which it leases to industrial and warehouse tenants.

The transaction was managed by Lee & Associates of Eastern Pennsylvania, led by brokers Brian Knowles and John Van Buskirk.

Home care promotes

Ella Home Care of Lemoyne has announced that Kimberlea Christen will move to the position of Staff Coordinator for the agency.

Ella Home Care, a member of The Senior’s Choice group, provides affordable in-home assistance to the elderly.

Maaskant hired

Smith Elliott Kearns & Company, LLC has hired David L. Maaskant, CPA as a tax manager in the firm’s Carlisle, Pennsylvania office.

Maaskant holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a Master of Business Administration from Pennsylvania State University. He joins SEK&Co with over 10 years of experience in public accounting in both audit and taxation.

Maaskant is treasurer and a founding member of B2B of Central PA, a West Shore group that provides business networking and charitable opportunities.

Space leased

Landmark Commercial Realty has announced two recent property agreements in Cumberland County:

Keystone Insurer’s Group leased an office space located at 3314 Market Street in Camp Hill. Drew Bobincheck, of Landmark represented the tenant, and Thomas T. Posavec and Roy H. Brenner of Landmark represented thelLandlord, Premier Property Management, L.P.

Chabez Tech, LLC leased an office space located at 4 Lemoyne Drive in Lemoyne. Roy H. Brenner of Landmark represented the tenant, and Thomas T. Posavec of Landmark represented the landlord, 4 Lemoyne Drive Associates, LLC.

Ahold ranked

Progressive Grocer, the leading grocery industry trade group, has named 18 of Ahold USA’s Carlisle-based female corporate staff to its 2016 Top Women in Grocery list.

Progressive Grocer’s core target audience includes top management and key decision makers from chain supermarkets, regional and local independent grocers, supercenters, wholesaler distributors, manufacturers and other supply chain training partners.

U-Haul adds

U-Haul of Pennsylvania has announced a dealership agreement with Carlisle Self Storage at 1910 Trindle Road. The storage complex will now offer truck rentals, support, and box pickup.

Hours of operation for U-Haul rentals are 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. After hours drop-off is available for customer convenience.

BSSF honed

Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz, a Camp Hill-based accounting firm, has been honored with a 2016 When Work Works Award from the Families and Work Institute and the Society for Human Resource Management.

The recognition is based on an evaluation of six areas of effective workplace culture: opportunities for learning; a culture of trust; work/life fit; supervisor support for work success; autonomy; and satisfaction with earnings, benefits and opportunities for advancement.

McCann hires

McCann School of Business & Technology has hired Christina Hanley as the new Coordinator of Student Resources, as well as Isaiah Embry as the Business Administration Lead Instructor.

Hanley will work with students to coordinate tutoring, organize online classes, and schedule student transportation and childcare for those in need. She received an Associate’s Degree in Business from McCann School of Business & Technology in Carlisle, and is currently enrolled in Miller-Motte to receive her Bachelor’s Degree in Business.

Embry was previously an adjunct professor and Director of Graduate Services at Yorktowne Business Institute. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Oglethorpe University and a Master’s Degree in Education from Argosy University.

Kaylor Appointed

Centric Financial Corp, the holding company for Centric Bank, has announced the appointment of Nicole Stezar Kaylor to the corporation’s board of governance and the Centric Bank board of directors.

Kaylor is an attorney with McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, a business and litigation law firm with offices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and the District of Columbia. She received her bachelor’s degree from St. Joseph’s University, an MBA from The Pennsylvania State University, and a law degree from The Dickinson School of Law.

HRG hires

Alexis Isenberg, P.E., recently joined Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc.’s civil engineering service group as a project manager. Isenberg will be responsible for overseeing the budget and quality of various municipal and civil projects throughout the region.

She previously owned her own consulting firm, The Lexis Group, which provided civil engineering, structural engineering, land development, land planning, and survey services. Isenberg has also served as a member of the Carroll Township Planning Commission in York County for 15 years.

Transactions conducted

Landmark Commercial Realty has announced the following transactions in Cumberland County:

Jaclyn Elizabeth Bruce has leased 1,800 square feet of retail space at 41 W. Main Street, Mechanicsburg from Sebastian Triscari. The new retail space will be for an upscale bridal consignment shop. Andrew Kohr of Landmark represented both parties.

DXP Enterprises, Inc. has signed a long term lease to occupy 5060 Ritter Road, Suite B2, in Mechanicsburg. Bill Gladstone of NAI/CIR represented the tenant and Drew Bobincheck of Landmark represented the owner, Brickbox Investments LLC.

Lunch truck opens

Liam’s Lunch Wagon, a traveling food truck, is now operating in the Midstate area. The truck serves a variety of entrees as well as baked goods and desserts.

The truck’s location is announced online at www.liamslunchwagon.com.

Myers hired

TeamPete Realty Services, Inc. has announced the addition of Dustin Myers to its local real estate team.

Myers was previously a technician for the ford Motor Company. He is a graduate of Big Spring High School and Pennsylvania College of Technology, and currently lives in Shippensburg.

Binnert appointed

Harrisburg Academy, a private K-12 school serving Central Pennsylvania, has announced the hiring of John Binnert as head of Middle School and Upper School and International Baccalaureate coordinator.

Binnert was previously head of professional development at Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School in Santa Cruz, California. He holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of New Mexico and a master’s degree of science in education in supervision and administration from Johns Hopkins University.

Homeland expands

Homeland Center, a Harrisburg-based skilled nursing and hospice center, has announced the creation of two new entities for in-home care.

Homeland HomeCare and Homeland HomeHealth will provide in-home non-medical and in-home medical assistance, respectively. Services are available throughout Dauphin and Cumberland counties.

Pfeifer hired

Landmark Commercial Realty has announced the hiring of Ted Pfeifer as Vic President for Retail. Pfeifer’s focus will be the sale and leasing of restaurant and shopping center properties in the Midstate.

Pfeifer has worked in real estate for several national retailers, including Walgreen’s, McCrory’s and Modern Woman. He also founded his own brokerage, whose portfolio included aco Bell, Amelia’s Grocery Outlet, Panera Bread, Auto Zone and Dollar General.

Ahold helps

GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN’S Food Markets, properties of Carlisle-based Ahold USA, recently donated a truckload of water to aid the victims of the West Virginia floods.

Employees packed up a trailer load of more than 15 pallets with 31,000 bottles of water and drove it to the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) in Belle, West Virginia. VOAD is a coalition of 56 national organizations that coordinate with federal, state and local emergency management organizations.

Horstmann elected

Attorney Timothy J. Horstmann of McNees Wallace & Nurick has been elected to the Leadership Cumberland Board of Directors.

Leadership Cumberland, formerly Leadership Carlisle, is a business consortium that provides leadership development, community awareness, and enhances workplace vitality for organizations in Cumberland County.

Horstmann advises banks and financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and nonprofits on tax and bond law. He received his J.D. from the Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, and his undergraduate degree from Shippensburg University.

Partners added

Jill E. Gilbert and Douglas L. Smith have been admitted as partners in Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants.

Gilbert is a partner in the firm’s Audit Services Group, specializing in services to local governments, employee benefit plans and not-for-profit organizations. She earned her bachelor of science degree in business administration from Elizabethtown College.

Smith is a partner in RKL’s Tax Services Group, specializing in tax planning for the healthcare, professional services, construction and manufacturing sectors. He sits on the Lancaster County Estate Planning Council and is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health.

Self-storage donates

Mechanicsburg Self Storage recently raised $1,200 for PA Wounded Warriors, Inc. through a charity yard sale. The property was opened up to self-storage tenants as well as other local residents and businesses to sell items and donate goods to a charity auction.

PA Wounded Warriors was founded in 2006 to assist injured soldiers and their families from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.

Hall promoted

LSC Design, Inc., a York-based architecture and engineering firm, has announced the promotion of Damon Hall to Senior Site Designer.

Hall graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, and has worked with LSC’s site department since 2013. In his new role, Hall will continue to coordinate documentation while mentoring staff and coordinating with sub-consultants.

Lunch truck opens

Liam’s Lunch Wagon, a traveling food truck, is now operating in the Midstate area. The truck serves a variety of entrees as well as baked goods and desserts.

The truck’s location is announced online at www.liamslunchwagon.com.

Myers hired

TeamPete Realty Services, Inc. has announced the addition of Dustin Myers to its local real estate team.

Myers was previously a technician for the ford Motor Company. He is a graduate of Big Spring High School and Pennsylvania College of Technology, and currently lives in Shippensburg.

Binnert appointed

Harrisburg Academy, a private K-12 school serving Central Pennsylvania, has announced the hiring of John Binnert as head of Middle School and Upper School and International Baccalaureate coordinator.

Binnert was previously head of professional development at Georgiana Bruce Kirby Preparatory School in Santa Cruz, California. He holds a bachelor's degree in secondary mathematics education from the University of New Mexico and a master's degree of science in education in supervision and administration from Johns Hopkins University.

Homeland expands

Homeland Center, a Harrisburg-based skilled nursing and hospice center, has announced the creation of two new entities for in-home care.

Homeland HomeCare and Homeland HomeHealth will provide in-home non-medical and in-home medical assistance, respectively. Services are available throughout Dauphin and Cumberland counties.

Pfeifer hired

Landmark Commercial Realty has announced the hiring of Ted Pfeifer as Vic President for Retail. Pfeifer’s focus will be the sale and leasing of restaurant and shopping center properties in the Midstate.

Pfeifer has worked in real estate for several national retailers, including Walgreen’s, McCrory’s and Modern Woman. He also founded his own brokerage, whose portfolio included aco Bell, Amelia’s Grocery Outlet, Panera Bread, Auto Zone and Dollar General.

Ahold helps

GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN’S Food Markets, properties of Carlisle-based Ahold USA, recently donated a truckload of water to aid the victims of the West Virginia floods.

Employees packed up a trailer load of more than 15 pallets with 31,000 bottles of water and drove it to the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) in Belle, West Virginia. VOAD is a coalition of 56 national organizations that coordinate with federal, state and local emergency management organizations.

Horstmann elected

Attorney Timothy J. Horstmann of McNees Wallace & Nurick has been elected to the Leadership Cumberland Board of Directors.

Leadership Cumberland, formerly Leadership Carlisle, is a business consortium that provides leadership development, community awareness, and enhances workplace vitality for organizations in Cumberland County.

Horstmann advises banks and financial institutions, municipalities, school districts, and nonprofits on tax and bond law. He received his J.D. from the Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, and his undergraduate degree from Shippensburg University.

Partners added

Jill E. Gilbert and Douglas L. Smith have been admitted as partners in Reinsel Kuntz Lesher LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants.

Gilbert is a partner in the firm’s Audit Services Group, specializing in services to local governments, employee benefit plans and not-for-profit organizations. She earned her bachelor of science degree in business administration from Elizabethtown College.

Smith is a partner in RKL’s Tax Services Group, specializing in tax planning for the healthcare, professional services, construction and manufacturing sectors. He sits on the Lancaster County Estate Planning Council and is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health.

Self-storage donates

Mechanicsburg Self Storage recently raised $1,200 for PA Wounded Warriors, Inc. through a charity yard sale. The property was opened up to self-storage tenants as well as other local residents and businesses to sell items and donate goods to a charity auction.

PA Wounded Warriors was founded in 2006 to assist injured soldiers and their families from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.

Hall promoted

LSC Design, Inc., a York-based architecture and engineering firm, has announced the promotion of Damon Hall to Senior Site Designer.

Hall graduated from The Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, and has worked with LSC’s site department since 2013. In his new role, Hall will continue to coordinate documentation while mentoring staff and coordinating with sub-consultants.

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