Penn Community Bank of Doylestown said Dorothy Jaworski, director of treasury and risk management, has been named vice president of the Financial Managers Society Philadelphia Chapter, while assistant treasurer and investment officer Christopher Carroll has been named the organization’s secretary.
Grand View Health of Sellersville said Upper Bucks Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine has joined Grand View Medical Practices and is changing its name to Upper Bucks Orthopaedics at Grand View Health. Upper Bucks Orthopaedics is a full-spectrum medical and surgical practice specializing in joint replacement and sports medicine.
Sandra Zajacek, operations manager for the Easton Ambassadors program, has been chosen as the top performer for 2017 in a national awards contest run by the Ambassadors’ parent company, Block by Block. Block by Block has programs similar to the Easton Ambassadors in 28 states and in the District of Columbia.
Thomas Nikles, president and CEO of Keystone Financial Management in South Whitehall Township, was recognized by Signator Investors Inc. of Boston with the Leading with Excellence Award. The LEX Award recognizes leadership in building and growing a successful financial services organization.
The Markward Group of Upper Macungie Township was involved in the sale of an 18,086-square-foot industrial building on 2.26 acres at 211 Lloyd St., Allentown. Chip Miers represented the seller, Kay Louise Krapf. The building was a truck terminal/service repair garage for Ransome CAT. Ann Kline represented the buyer, Serfass Development and Acquisitions, which engaged Kline to lease the property. The property was leased to ABLE Equipment Rental Inc. of New York. ABLE is a supplier of construction equipment rentals, sales, service and parts.
NAI Summit of South Whitehall Township represented the owner as well as the tenant, Eurologistix Inc., in the lease transaction for 1,200 square feet of warehouse space at 941 Marcon Blvd. in Hanover Township, Lehigh County. Eurologistix Inc. specializes in European warehousing and distribution solutions. Also, agents Sarah Finney-Miller and Mike Adams represented the owner, ERST LLC, in the sale of its 11,000-square-foot, one-story industrial building at 649 Green St. in Allentown to Barry D. Lesperance. His company plans to use the building to warehouse and distribute automotive and vehicle maintenance products.
— STACY WESCOE