A team of electronics mechanics and engineers at the Tobyhanna Army Depot has been recognized with a teamwork award for doubling repair capabilities and completing more than the scheduled radio workload. Branch Chief John Stochla, a resident of Larksville, assembled a team to meet the challenges head-on and complete repairs on time.
The J. P. Mascaro & Sons Family was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in Entrepreneurship by the National Italian-American Political Action Committee (NIAPAC). Mascaro was selected in part due to its humble beginnings and rise to its current status as one of the premier solid waste services companies in the country. The company has dozens of municipal waste contracts throughout the region.
Wilkes-Barre resident Christopher A. Hetro, an engineer working in Borton-Lawson’s Plains Township office, was selected to serve on the Pennsylvania State University’s Electrical Engineering Alumni Mentorship Advisory Council. Pennsylvania State University’s College of Electrical Engineering and Mechanics (ESM) and the ESM Alumni Society (PSESMS) jointly sponsor the ESM Mentoring Program to facilitate the professional development of ESM students, by providing students with guidance, counsel and networking opportunities. Hetro earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and holds a Masters of Business Association from Lehigh University.