The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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June 15, 2013

BUSINESS PEOPLE | PennDOT employee receives award

— John P. Ambrosini, son of Joseph and Peggy Ambrosini of Johnstown, has received the Penn-DOT Star of Excellence Award.

He is civil engineer manager with District 9. He received the award for superior work performance through the leadership of the district’s traffic unit.

Ambrosini was actively involved in helping the National Park Service develop special signage to help visitors find the Flight 93 Memorial. He made sure the signs were installed at key locations, and led the traffic planning coordination at the September 2011 dedication event.

Ambrosini is a transportation and traveler safety advocate as a district traffic engineer. He integrates safety considerations in traffic studies, operations and work zones.

He has been active on statewide committees for intelligent transportation systems and highway safety for the last few years. He is on a PNG team for line painting.

He is a 1981 graduate of Bishop McCort Catholic High School and a 1985 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in civil engineer.

Credit union hires 5 new employees

USSCO Federal Credit Union has announced the hiring of five new employees.

Juscinda R. Matlin of Windber is the member business loan specialist at the Richland administrative office.  She comes to USSCO with more than 20 years of customer service experience. She is a graduate of Forest Hills High School, Sidman.

Katelynn Shumaker of Johnstown is a member service representative with eight years of customer service experience. She is employed at the Richland branch office. She is a graduate of Richland High School and Pitt-Johnstown with a degree in theatre performing arts.

Janet Calka of Richland Township has more than 20 years of customer service experience. She is a member service representative at the Moxham branch office. She is a graduate of Greater Johnstown High School.

Kelly Griffith of Richland Township is a member service representative at the Moxham branch office. She has five years of customer service experience.  She is a graduate of Richland High School.

Jessica Salvia of Johns-town is a member service representative at the Richland branch office with five years of customer service experience.  She is a graduate of Bishop McCort Catholic High School.

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