‘Nurturing and understanding’ as a manager

Breanne Hinnant, general manager, Olive Garden in Frederick, Md.   Breanne Hinnant’s rise to restaurant leadership included a few rungs on the education ladder. The new general manager of the Olive Garden in Frederick, Md., Hinnant grew up on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. She started in the restaurant industry as a host and server in a local breakfast restaurant. She also worked at a few local restaurants throughout her summers to save money for college. A student-athlete, she played volleyball and softball at Peace College in Raleigh, N.C., then was recruited to Converse College, a Division II school in South […]

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‘The profession is less collegial and more competitive’

John R. Salvatore, attorney at law Hunting trophies adorn the walls of John R. Salvatore’s law office in Hagerstown, Md. Scattered across his desk and nearby tables are piles of papers that make up his current workload. They mingle with souvenirs of his travel and his service. He’s holding a coffee mug he acquired during a visit to Italy. A Washington County Commissioner name plate sits nearby. On his door hangs a paper target, shaped like a human silhouette. Holes in the “bullseye” show his proficiency with a weapon. There are other certificates, plaques and words of accomplishment and encouragement. […]

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‘We are focused on growing with our customers’

Philip A. Pantano with F&M Trust Philip A. Pantano was an award-winning athlete in college and has become an award-winning banker with F&M Trust. Pantano received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, Pa., where he was a scholarship athlete on the baseball team and co-captain. He was USJ’s scholar athlete of the year in 2004. He went on to earn a master’s in business administration from Shippensburg University in 2010. Pantano has been with F&M Trust since 2005 and has served in a vice president’s role since April 2011. He recently was named commercial services market […]

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‘I am not sure if I really consider my job work’ Brian Yurek, Edward Jones financial adviser

Brian Yurek has been an Edward Jones financial adviser since July 2013. He recently received the company’s “TNT” client development award for outstanding service efforts over the past year. Only 483 of the firm’s more than 15,000 financial advisors received the award. The award derives its name from firm legends who, in the 1950s, traveled the Midwest from Tuesday through Thursday each week, becoming known as “TNT” brokers. Yurek holds a bachelor’s degree from York College and a master’s degree in business administration from Grand Canyon University. He lives in Williamsport with his wife and daughter. On a break, is […]

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