The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA


October 5, 2013

BUSINESS PEOPLE | Cambria-Rowe hires three new instructors

JOHNSTOWN — Cambria-Rowe Business College has hired three new instructors:

Holly Eash of Southmont was hired as a legal assistant instructor. She is a graduate of Pitt-Johns-town with a bachelor’s degree in education.

Kay-Leigh Malzi of Wilmore was hired

as an EQ instructor. She is a graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education. She is enrolled in a master’s of education program in alternative education at Lock Haven University.

Dominic Versace of Indiana was hired as a computer instructor. He is a 2013 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a master’s degree in business/workforce development, and a 2010 graduate of Grove City College, with a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems.

Partner named to Andrews & Beard Law

Elizabeth A. Benjamin

of Altoona has been named a partner with Andrews & Beard Law Offices, with offices in Johnstown and Altoona.

Benjamin, a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, concentrates her practice in the areas of labor and employment law, education law and municipal law.

She began at the Altoona law firm as an associate in 2007.

Brant’s Driving School to serve more regions

Brant’s Driving School has acquired the Hoover’s Driving School in Altoona.

Galen Hoover owned and operated the school for more than 30 years. He also taught school bus and truck driving.  

Hoover also is the president of the Pennsylvania Association of Professional Driving Schools. He has served on many task forces and committees in the interest of promoting driver safety and awareness.

He will continue with Brant’s Driving School as a certified driving instructor and will serve the Blair, Bedford, Centre and Huntingdon county regions.

Brant’s Driving School employs 12 people and has offices in Pittsburgh, Johnstown and York.

Catanese Group attended roundtable

Sandra L. Frantz, firm administrator, and Sam J. Catanese and Kathleen M. Wallace with the accounting firm of Catanese Group, were delegates to CPAmerica International’s 2013 firm administration roundtable.

The annual event, sponsored by CPAmerica, brought together firm administrators from member firms across the United States for networking, member sharing and continuing professional education.

The agenda had a general focus on growth, marketing, trends in the profession and an emphasis on member sharing. The agenda for the event included a variety of outside speakers and topics.

Project manager joins Keystone Environmental

Shawn McMullen has joined the Keystone Environmental, Health & Safety Services Inc., Hollidaysburg, as senior project manager.

McMullen will oversee the environmental management department including environmental site assessments and remedial site cleanups.

Humane Society names director

Kim Whittaker has been hired as director of shelter welfare at the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society.

She served 14 years as the executive director of the Huntingdon County Humane Society.

The society prevents animal neglect and cruelty through education and enforcement while providing a safe haven and finding homes for those in need.


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