People in Business for Feb. 5
Metz joined C.S. Davidson in 2007 after graduating from The Pennsylvania College of Technology with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering Technology. His duties include the design of stormwater systems, land development and subdivision plans, and grading plans; the preparation of permit applications, grant applications, and cost estimates; construction specification writing; and municipal plan review.
C.S. Davidson is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm with offices in Gettysburg, York and Lancaster, and provides a wide range
of civil and structural design services to public and private clients.
Westminster company adds technician
Jovanoski earned a bachelor's degree in Computer Science & Technology from South East European University and completed the CCNA CISCO course.
Jovanoski joined InfoPathways' Network Support team to assist in configuring and maintaining network equipment for a broad scope of customers.
For more information, visit www.infopathways.com/about.asp.
Hickman re-elected YYP treasurer
This organization provides networking and social opportunities and connects its members to the community through volunteer efforts and civic participation. Its mission is to serve as a catalyst for progress in making the city of York a more enjoyable and vibrant place to live, work, and play.
Michael Smith named executive director
His responsibilities will include overall direction, leadership and coordination of day-to-day operations of the Big Brothers Big Sisters agency. He will serve as a spokesman for the agency to organizations in order to increase community awareness and community support.
Prior to this appointment, Smith had served as a Big Brother for the agency for nine years. He is a graduate of Central York High School, and obtained his bachelor's degree in Business Management with a minor in Human Resources, as well as a Master of Business Administration in General Business from York College of Pennsylvania.
More information can be found at www.bbbs-york.org or www.facebook.com/bbbsyork.
Smith, Elliott Kearns promotes two
Both were promoted from
Mihalov, of Dillsburg, graduated cum laude from Shippensburg University with a master's of Business Administration degree and a bachelor's degree in business administration, majoring in accounting. She joined the company in 2006 and serves audit clients in the Carlisle office.
McDonald earned his Baccalaureate in Commerce degree with honors in accounting from the University of Ottawa in Canada. He joined the company in 2000 and works with the firm's small business and individual clients providing accounting, consulting and tax services. He is based in the Hagerstown, Md. location, but as a member of the firm's Accounting Services Committee, he is an active resource for staff members in all four office locations.
Smith Elliott Kearns & Co., LLC is a full-service certified public accounting and consulting firm with offices in Hanover, Carlisle, Chambersburg and Hagerstown.
Bell's top employees of recent months
Jennifer Sailer, a resident counselor at the Bell Family Shelter, was named Employee of the Month for October.
Margaret Williams, a residential service worker in the intellectual disability department, was November's Employee of the Month.
Yvette Engel, an assistant program coordinator for Community Residential Apartment Services in the mental health department, was the Employee of the Month for December.
Bell Socialization Services Inc., is at 160 S. George St., in York. Visit www.bellsocialization.com for more information.
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