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Workplace

A brief look at hires, promotions, awards and honors

New hires and promotions

Charlotte Butler of Duncans­ville was recently named terminal manager for Titus Transport in Williamsport, Md.

Butler, who previously worked for Swift Trans­portation and Smith Transport, is the daughter of Thomas and Delores Butler of Martinsburg.

She is a graduate of Central High School and Saint Francis University.

Carolyn N. Graham has joined Barnes Saly & Co., P.C, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, Johnstown, as a full-time senior tax accountant.

Graham specializes in tax preparation for individuals, partnerships, corporations and not-for-profits and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that she gained from working at a large Pittsburgh-based accounting firm.

Michelle M. Arnold has joined Barnes Saly & Co., P.C, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, Johnstown, as a full-time accounting associate.

Arnold specializes in all aspects of payroll preparation and required filings, QuickBooks, financial statement preparation and analysis and client support. She will assist clients in both the Johnstown and Somerset offices.

Kristen Golia of Altoona has been hired as the Central Pennsylvania Community Foundation’s first director of marketing.

Golia, a 1994 graduate of Altoona Area High School, returns to Altoona from Philadelphia, where she had a successful career in arts management.

She also holds a bachelor’s degree from Clarion University in elementary education and early childhood development and a master’s degree from Duquesne University in instructional technology.

Submissions for Workplace can be sent to Walt Frank at wfrank@altoonamirror.com. Please include the name of the individual, his/her present address, original hometown and high school and college from where he/she graduated, and information about the person’s accomplishment.

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