Bank promotes man to regional market executive
First National Bank of Pennsylvania, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Corp. has announced the recent promotion of Tony J. Sacco to regional market executive and president of First National Bank's Capital Region, a news release said. Sacco will be responsible for integrating First National Bank's successful cross-functional business model and for developing business opportunities in the Reading, Harrisburg, Williamsport, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre markets.
In addition to overseeing the region's overall business strategy, Sacco, who resides in Berks County, will lead an experienced local team including Lloyd Lamm, retail banking executive, and commercial banking regional managers, Tom Amico and Chip Wasson.
"We're confident that Tony's leadership and strong experience in the region will continue to position FNB as a local leader in the financial services industry," John Williams, president of First National Bank, said, according to the news release.
Sacco referenced the benefits of the bank's signature cross-functional approach, which brings together commercial banking, retail banking, leasing, capital markets, business credit, insurance and wealth management services. "F.N.B. has a tremendous track record of serving all of its clients' needs. The idea that we can leverage this approach to enhance and partner with the region's business community is something that is exciting for the entire team."
Sacco has 34 years of experience serving in corporate and commercial banking leadership roles throughout eastern Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of Albright College in Reading and Dartmouth College's Graduate School of Credit and Financial Management. Sacco currently serves on numerous community boards throughout the region.
First National Bank of Pennsylvania, the largest subsidiary of F.N.B. Corp., has more than 280 full-service locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland and West Virginia.
Timberhaven Log Homes recently announced Brad Mercer, sales manager, has been named recipient of the Corporate Sales Achievement Award for the first quarter of 2014. Mercer's hard work assisting customers with their designs, pricing, material selections and overall project coordination led to multiple log home package sales in the first quarter of this year. All of this despite the challenges created by this winter's extreme weather.
According to a news release, he has worked in the log home industry for nearly 15 years. The company, a news release said, congratulated Mercer on his outstanding efforts.
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Robert Parker has joined Larson Design Group, an engineering, architecture, and surveying firm, as a Principal in the Transportation Division. His responsibilities include strategy, business development, and high quality project delivery, overseeing all of the firm's transportation services in the state of Ohio.
Parker, a news release said, has significant experience designing and managing the rehabilitation of bridges, local roadways, and highways. He managed many notable projects in the Cleveland, Ohio area, including the Fulton Road Bridge replacement, the Lake County Route 2 major investment study, the Veterans Memorial Bridge Decorative Lighting Upgrade, and numerous interstate bridge rehabilitations on interstates 71, 90, 271, 480, 77 and 80. He also served as project manager or project director for numerous other projects, including Access Ohio 2040, Ohio's Statewide Aviation Systems plan, county bridge load ratings, traffic impact studies and many other projects for the Ohio Department of Transportation.
"LDG is well-known for bridge design and other transportation engineering work. Bob will augment our reputation, and provide invaluable experience as we look to move into Ohio and pursue more complex projects," said Doug Smith, vice president of transportation with Larson?Design Group, according to the news release.
Parker earned his bachelor of science in civil engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. He has more than 24 years of experience and is a registered professional engineer in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Michigan.
Keystone Mobile Shredding, Inc. announces Brian Day, business develop-ment manager, recently achieved the Certified Secure Destruction Specialist status from National Association for Information Destruction, which, according to a news release is the international trade association for companies providing destruction services.
Day attended the 20th annual NAID Conference in Phoenix, Ariz., from April 3 through April 6. Following several months of intensive study and preparation, He took the exam at the conference and scored very high with a 99.3 percent.
According to the news release. He is knowledgeable in all areas of secure data and product destruction, regulations and compliance issues, risk assessment, and proper records management.
Keystone Mobile Shredding, Inc. provides secure destruction services across the state of Pennsylvania.
City insurance agent
Jerry Fischer of the Fischer Insurance Agency, Williamsport, successfully completed the annual continuing education requirement of the Society of Certified Insurance Counselors.
To earn the designations, according to a news release, Fischer attended five courses covering all phases of the insurance business and passed five comprehensive examinations. Additionally, the National Alliance requires annual attendance in the program to maintain the designation.
Fischer, a 30-year veteran of the industry, has been certified since 1987. He believes, the news release said, the insurance profession is best served by those who acquire and maintain a high standard of professionalism ensured by the program.