Herbein + Company
Herbein + Company Inc. announced that effective October 1, Chartered Accountants Stacy A. Weller, David E. Peritz and Chartered Accountants Kim A. Vandergrift have joined the Company’s partnership.
Prior to the promotion, Weller and Peritz were senior executives. Vanderglift joined Harbane in 2021 with the acquisition of the accounting and consulting firm Lehigh Valley Tubiello-Harr & Associates LLC.
Weller started Harvain’s career as an intern in 2012 and quickly showed a customer-centric approach. She manages client tax contracts for several individuals and businesses and serves a broad client base including manufacturing, professional services and investors. Weller specializes in personal tax planning, compliance and tax minimization strategies, with a professional focus on property, trust, gift planning and compliance of the wealthy, lawyers and others in the real estate fields. and the trust. We work closely with experts.
With over 25 years of diverse experience in certified accounting, Peritz joined the legacy companies of Harbane Gable, Peritz, Mishkin & Company in 2002 and two national accounts before merging with Harbane in 2018. Includes office services. Healthcare professionals, wholesalers and retailers, real estate entities and construction companies. Peritz has consulted with organizations and launched numerous VCs and businesses at all stages from forecasting to operations.
With over 29 years of experience as a chartered accountant, Vanderglift serves a variety of industries including manufacturing and distribution, non-profit organizations, financial institutions, and benefit plans. Its clients range from medium-sized private companies to companies registered with the SEC. Throughout his career, Vanderglift has provided clients with solutions to technical financial reporting issues, designing and documenting internal control structures, financial requirements, start-ups, mergers and acquisitions advice, financial forecasting and management advice. I did.
Jonestown Bank and Trust
Gina Lutz, Tim Jesiolowski and Vinod Kanabar have been promoted to vice-presidents. Additionally, JBT announced that Cindy Young has been appointed Community Banking Officer.
Lutz, a resident of Ono, Lebanon County, is JBT’s vice president and director of commercial loans. Lutz has worked at JBT for 20 years and started his career as a cashier. Prior to his current role, he was also Assistant Branch Manager, Assistant Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending at JBT.
Lutz attended the University of Shippensburg. She also attended Central Atlantic Bank and Commercial Lending School.
Lutz, an active member of the Dauphin Dog Training Club Inc., uses Chocolate Labradors to participate in national events such as Dock Dog Diving, FAST Cat and Dog Agility. In addition, Lutz is a member of the St. John’s UCC in Fredericksburg.
Jesiolowski is Vice President, Head of Information Technology and previously Vice President, Head of IT and IT Expert for 12 years at JBT. He manages the IT infrastructure, hardware, software, telecommunications and IT support of JBT.
Jessio Rowski, a resident of Palmyra, Lebanon County, graduated from Harrisburg Area Community College. He also attended graduate school in technical banking management and is currently enrolled in graduate school in banking in Colorado. Jesiolowski is part of the Lebanese Chamber of Commerce leadership program in the Lebanon Valley.
Canavar is a resident of East Earl, Lancaster County and was previously appointed Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer after serving as Commercial Lender, Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of JBT.
A graduate of Barnfield University in the UK with a degree in Commerce and Accounting, Canabar has over 35 years of experience in commercial lending and is a graduate of the American Banking Association Commercial Loan School and the Pennsylvania Banking Association Commercial Loan School. Additionally, Canavar is active with Lancaster’s South Asian Association, a non-profit citizen group aimed at helping members of the South Asian community and businesses make a positive impact in Lancaster and the surrounding area. ..
Young has been with JBT for 32 years, working as a full-time cashier in Jonestown before becoming Assistant Branch Manager, Branch Manager, Business Loan Underwriter and Central Document Manager. Since 2019, Young has been the Director of Real Estate and Business Lending at JBT.
Young, a resident of Palmyra, Lebanon County, graduated from the Pennsylvania Banking Association Higher Banking School.
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