40 Under 40 Awards

40 Under 40 Awards

Congratulations to the 2014 Forty under 40 honorees!


Lehigh Valley Business, event sponsors and over 200 attendees proudly came together on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at Hotel Bethlehem to celebrate the 2014 Forty under 40 Awards Ceremony


The 2014 Forty under 40 honorees
In alphabetical order

Monika Baraket
Accelerate Business Resources, LLC

Becky Bradley
Lehigh Valley Planning Commission

Patrick Brogan
ArtsQuest

Michael Cerimele, Jr.
Game Time Fieldhouse

Andrew Denzel
The Denzel Group

Michelle Gaynor
Klunk & Millan

Joshua A. Gildea
Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, P.C.

Jennifer Gross-Edwards
Advanced Foot Care

Ryan Harting
Borton-Lawson

Jill Hewes
MKSD Architects

Michael Hillis
The Hillis Group, LLC

Kristin Holmes
Holmes Cunningham Engineering

Brandon Igdalsky
Pocono Raceway

Zachary J. Jaindl
Jaindl Enterprises

Curt Johnson
Klover Contracting

Michael Kelly
KCBA Architects

Erin Kintzer
Macada Properties Managment, LLC

Erin LaBar
St. Luke's University Health Network

Christopher Lakatosh
Cornerstone Institutional Investors, Inc.

Ryan Mackenzie
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Joseph P. Mallee, III
MassMutual Eastern Pennsylvania

Carl McGloughlin
Borton-Lawson Engineering

Alison Miers
Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce

John Miller
First Commonwealth Federal Credit Union

George Morrison
White and Williams LLP

Jonathan R. Morrissey
Rich Mar Florist

Jessica Moyer
King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul, LLC

Ryan Nicholl
Wells Fargo Bank

Kashif Raza
3LINX

Paul Ricciardi
Golden Pepper Productions, Inc.

Ryan W. Rispoli
Hampson Mowrer Kreitz Insurance

Geoffrey M. Roche
Pocono Medical Center

Daniel Romig
Dennie's Resurfacing LLC

Ryan Rotzell
O'Donnell & Naccarato Structural Engineers

Cara Rutledge
Bridgeway Academy

Jeffrey Skumin
ParenteBeard LLC

Loren L. Speziale, Esq.
Gross McGinley, LLP

Craig N. Stonaha
Laughing Rock Technology, LLC

Jennifer L. Umberger
Kutztown University

Tom Yencho
Lehigh University


Past Program Highlights

40 Under 40 - Slideshow

40 Under 40 - Slideshow

Forty under 40 Awards Supplement

Forty under 40 Awards Supplement
Over 200 guests joined us as we honored the 2014 Forty under 40 honorees. Click on the image to view the awards online supplement.



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