Building Industry Association
Janet Campis has been appointed executive officer of the association’s local chapter based in Kingston.
Campis worked for Classic Design Homes, Inc. in Pocono Summit from 1993-2007 and owned her own company, Stony Creek Construction & Remodeling, Inc. She also holds a real estate license, is a Notary Public and has been a general contractor for over 10 years.
The American Red Cross
The Northeast Pennsylvania Region has appointed Sherry Nealon-Williams as the new executive director for the Lackawanna Chapter.
Nealon-Williams, a native of Scranton, served as the director of team business development at Merrill Lynch from 2010 to 2011. She also served as the governor’s regional administrative officer for Northeastern Pennsylvania from 2005 - 2010. She served on the Scranton City Council from 2006 – 2010. In addition to her new responsibilities at the Lackawanna chapter, Nealon-Williams will continue to lead both the Wyoming Valley and Hazleton Chapters.
Chancellor Financial Group
Sandra H. Ercolani has joined the Wilkes-Barre firm as its relationship manager.
Ercolani comes to Chancellor with 32 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Prior to Chancellor, she was the relationship manager at Merrill Lynch, a client relations specialist at Cheevers, Hand, and Angeline in Endicott, N.Y., a fixed income trader at First of America Bank in Kalamazoo, Mich., and a trader and customer service specialist at Meridian Bank in Reading.
Ercolani graduated from Mansfield University with a Bachelor of Science in business administration. She currently resides in Mountain Top with her husband, Rick. Ercolani has two grown children, Gina and U.S. Army Capt. Matthew Ercolani, who is stationed in Fort Gordon, Ga.
Rehabilitation and Community Providers Association
Three local businessmen have been named to the new association’s board of directors. James Bobeck, president and CEO of Step By Step, Inc., William Conaboy, Esq., president and CEO of Allied Services Integrated Healthcare System, and Joseph Pierangeli, president and CEO of United Rehabilitation Services, have been named to the board of the new association that will be among the largest state health and human services trade groups in the nation.
RCPA was created by a merger between the Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (PARF) and the Pennsylvania Community Providers Association (PCPA). Members of the two organizations met separately and voted unanimously to approve the merger, which took effect July 1. The two associations, which share a long history of cooperation and partnerships, began exploring the merger in 2009.