New hires and promotions
-- Dr. David Green has been granted privileges on the UPMC Altoona medical staff in the Medicine/ Critical Care Medicine Department.
Green, who practices with Pittsburgh Critical Care Associates, is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine with additional training and board-certification in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine.
-- Dan Finelli, Michael Richardson and Chris Metzger have joined Curry Supply Co.
Finelli joined the company as CAD designer. As a part of the engineering department, he will design and modify product configurations using 3D modeling software. He joins Curry Supply with prior CAD/CAM experience as well as having been a machinist for 14 years.
Richardson joined Curry Supply as a sales engineer. As an intermediary between the sales and engineering departments, Richardson will suggest product design changes and improvements, then follow the engineering process to completion.
Metzger joined Curry Supply as a product specialist. In this newly created role, he will promote the parts and service capabilities of the company to customers and prospects as part of the "Curry Care" product support program.
Metzger rejoins Curry Supply, having been with the company from 2008-11.
Awards and honors
-- James Garver of Martinsburg, an attorney at the law firm of Edgar Snyder & Associates, has been selected to the 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list. Only five percent of attorneys in the state receive this honor.
Garver, who earned a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, was also voted for inclusion in the 2013 and 2014 editions of The Best Lawyers in America.
-- Allen Melley of Bellwood has been named a winner of the Star of Excellence Award, PennDOT's highest recognition.
The Star of Excellence award is given to employees who set an example for their colleagues through their leadership and dedication to providing exceptional service.
Melley, a senior civil engineer supervisor, was one of the lead roadway project managers for the P3 Initiative (Public, Private Partnership).
-- D. Stephen Martz of Hollidaysburg, who was recently elected to a one-year term on F.N.B. Corp.'s board of directors, was recognized for serving 50 or more years in the banking industry at the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Annual Meeting in Naples, Fla.
Martz has been a director of F.N.B. Corp. since 2008. In addition to spending more than 44 years in multiple director and executive roles with banks and financial institutions, he also serves as chairman of the board of Nason Hospital in Roaring Spring and is active in leadership positions with Lycoming College, Wald Co. Inc. and the Hollidaysburg Planning Commission.
Course completions and certifications
-- Dr. Lawrence S. Levinson has been certified as a medical examiner for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration after successful completion of the required training and testing concerning the federal physical qualifications and standards for truck and bus drivers.
Levinson is the medical director of the Tipton Medical and Diagnostic Center.
-- Dr. Amy Metzger, staff psychiatrist on the Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit at UPMC Altoona, recently passed the maintenance of certification examination given by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Inc. Metzger has been a diplomate in the specialty of psychiatry since June 2004.
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