People in business

New chief financial officer for bank

Rob Glunk, president and CEO of The Muncy Bank and Trust Co., recently announced that Misty Mark has joined the company as a senior vice president and chief financial officer.

With over 10 years of banking experience, Mark will oversee all financial, accounting, and tax planning functions for the company, a news release said. She will also administer the bank’s asset/liability position and the company’s investment portfolio. She reports directly to Glunk. Prior to joining Muncy Bank, Mark was a financial manager at Penn State. She also worked as an auditor in the Washington D.C. market before moving back to the area.

Receiving her CPA license in 2008, Mark is a graduate of Lock Haven University with bachelor’s degrees in accounting and business administration and Bloomsburg University with a master of business administration. She is also a member of the Leadership Clinton County class of 2018.

Mark is replacing Craig Kremser, who is retiring as senior vice president and chief financial officer in January 2018 after serving Muncy Bank for 29 years.

“We are happy to have Misty join Muncy Bank,” Glunk said, according to the news release. “Her various levels of accounting/audit experience will prove beneficial to our company. We are very fortunate that she will have 4 months to work with Craig prior to his retirement, to allow a smooth transition in the department.”

She resides in Clinton County with her husband and son.

3 join staff of Little League International

Little League International has recently announced the addition of three new employees to its staff as Aaron Weber, Robert Keeler, and Christa DeAngelo join the team.

“We are very excited to welcome these three new members to the Little League family and are looking forward to the hard work and support each will bring in their respective departments,” said Stephen D. Keener, Little League president and CEO. “As the world’s largest youth sports organization, we continue to work hard to provide the best possible opportunity to all of our participants and volunteers, and thanks to the help of our dedicated staff, we can offer the necessary resources and guidance to make positive Little League memories and experiences possible.”

Weber was officially hired in September 2017 as league development assistant manager, Keeler began in August 2017 as facilities technician, and DeAngelo was named retail store and customer service manager in July 2017.

Weber comes to Williamsport after recently graduating from Penn State University in May 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in secondary social studies education. During his time at Penn State, Weber has served as a constituent services intern for U.S. Rep. Tom Marino, R-Cogan Station, an assistant groundskeeper for the Williamsport Crosscutters, and even spent a summer working as a coach for the Little League Baseball Summer Camp. Since 2013, Weber also assisted in the planning and organizing of the Penn State IFC/Panhellinic Dance Marathon and has been named to a variety of honors and leadership societies among Penn State students. In his new role with Little League, Weber will assist the senior director of league development and regional operations in administering a program designed to increase awareness and growth of the Little League organization as well as manage all partnerships and programs associated with the League Development Department.

Keeler is no stranger to Williamsport after spending the last four years as a custodian for the Williamsport Area School District. As part of his role with the district, Keeler was responsible for general upkeep of the building, maintaining the building and classrooms he was assigned to, as well as the set-up and break-down for special events. Last summer, Keeler also held a temporary position as a custodian/groundskeeper where he was responsible for mowing and upkeep of the property, general landscaping, as well as the everyday maintenance of the school property. In his new role with Little League, Keeler will perform tasks involving construction (such as electrical, plumbing, and general maintenance), maintenance on HVAC and other building systems, and repairs to facilities and grounds.

DeAngelo joins the Little League staff after spending nearly 20 years working for Macy’s Inc. After starting out as a sales associate in 1999, DeAngelo soon was promoted to sales manager where she managed the department store’s operations, provided leadership for a 100-person workforce, and partnered with a district team to deliver all company initiatives. During her service as sales manager, DeAngelo was also a three-time recipient of the “Make Magic Award” for achieving best results in sales, store credit and coaching associates to drive key ideas. In her new role with Little League, DeAngelo will be responsible for the daily operations and management of the Stadium Gift Shop, Museum Store and various seasonal locations.

Founded in 1939, Little League Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program, with nearly 2.4 million players and one million adult volunteers in every U.S. state and more than 80 other countries.

Doctor joins

hospital’s emergency medicine staff

Evangelical Community Hospital welcomes Dr. Kevin McNamara to the emergency medicine staff. McNamara began at Evangelical Community Hospital in August.

McNamara received his doctor of medicine degree from Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, and completed his medical residency at Drexel College of Medicine, Philadelphia.

As an emergency medicine physician at Evangelical, McNamara specializes in rapid recognition and treatment of trauma and acute illness.

Evangelical employs over 1,700 individuals and has more than 170 employed and non-employed physicians on staff. The Hospital is licensed to accommodate 132 overnight patients, 12 acute rehab patients, and 18 bassinets. The Hospital serves residents throughout the Central Susquehanna Valley, including those living in Snyder, Union, Northumberland and Lycoming counties.