Tracy E. Watkins, Citizens & Northern Bank vice president and director of human resources, has earned certification as a certified employee benefit specialist. She also is certified as a retirement plans associate and group benefits associate.
An eight-year employee of the bank, she holds her bachelors degree in English and secondary education from Juniata College and is a graduate of The Institute of Paralegal Training, the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Advanced School of Banking. She also is credentialed as a senior professional in human resources.
Watkins and her two sons live in Covington.
Citizens & Northern Bank is a local, independent community bank providing complete financial, investment and insurance services through 26 full service offices throughout Cameron, Potter, McKean, Tioga, Bradford, Sullivan and Lycoming counties in Pennsylvania and in Canisteo and Hornell, N.Y. in Steuben County.
Firm adds attorney
focused on family law
Attorney Jenna Neidig has joined the family law section of Lepley, Engelman & Yaw LLC. She will concentrate in the areas of family law including divorce, child custody, spousal support, property settlement, and protection from abuse.
Lepley, Engelman & Yaw has offices in Williamsport, Lewisburg and Canton. Along with Neidig, the firm's Family Law department, headed by attorney Janice Ramin Yaw, staffs three Domestic Relations paralegals as well as a family law secretary.
Neidig earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2009 where she was a member of Phi Alpha Delta, Pitt Law Women's Association. In 2007, she was a legal intern for the Burlington County Superior Court, Mount Holly, N.J., and during 2008, she was a student intern at the University of Pittsburgh Family Law Clinic. In 2009, she was a judicial clerk for Judge Daniel J. Milliron, Blair County Court of Common Pleas, Hollidaysburg.
A native of Winfield, Miss., Neidig is a 2006 graduate of Bucknell University where she earned a bachelor's degree majoring in political science.
Neidig is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and her family law practice will encompass over ten counties served by the firm.
City native helps sign business expand
Williamsport native David Hornberger has joined Sekula Sign Corp. team as the Susquehanna Valley representative. With his decades of service in the sign industry, Hornberger's arrival adds to more than 200 years combined experience for Sekula Signs.
Sekula Sign Corp. is a full service sign company, based in DuBois, and has been in business for more than 60 years. They provide sign design, manufacturing, installation and service.
Hornberger is based in Williamsport and will be Sekula Signs' representative for the eastern Pennsylvania region.
He can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 371-8261.