Category : Cover Story

The Chief Encouragement Officer

Cheryl Rhein, chief executive officer of PennAir, knows what it’s like to find yourself in need of a little encouragement when faced with an unexpected challenge. In 2010, when her father and founder of the company unexpectedly passed away, Rhein…

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A Special Kind of Treatment

Alyssa Licatese, owner of Blossom Med Spa, grew up fascinated by makeup, fashion, and skincare. However, until a close family friend suggested the career path she is now successfully traveling, Licatese said she would have “never known that there was…

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Landlady Providing Second Chances

Linda Dean believes in second chances. She operates Kera’s House—a home environment for ex-offenders transitioning back into the community after incarceration. Her mainstreaming efforts include advocating for and educating each tenant to rebuild them into productive and contributing members of…

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Pressing on in Faith

From rolling meatballs and wiping the counters to filling the ice cream machine, Adrianne Camasta Kihm, one of the owners of Triangle Press Inc., learned at a young age that when your parents own a restaurant, there was “always something…

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Keeping it Clean

Paula Kostick Gribble, owner and general manager of Classic Drycleaners and Laundromats, feels that to run your business successfully, “all things are equal,” she said. “It all comes down to work ethic, perseverance, dedication, integrity, sales and marketing … and…

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Your Attitude Determines Your Altitude

Growing up in Pittsburgh provided Leah Staats with a lot of opportunities to enjoy her passion for sports, both as a participant and as a spectator. After receiving her degree in sports management from Liberty University, and eventually receiving a…

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Planting the Seeds of Knowledge

What happens when two middle-aged women decide to pursue their dream of owning and running a not-for-profit teaching farm? As Bonnie McCann, co-founder of Loaves and Fishes Farm, put it, they simply “manage to find a way to make some…

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Changing the Landscape of Agriculture

When Molly and Peter Hughes first moved to Lancaster County, they never expected to stay longer than five years or so. But as they found out, this area grows on you—and this agricultural heart of the state has been the…

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Paving the Way to Success

In the 27 years since Carolyn Stacks joined the Daniel B. Krieg, Inc., team, she’s had to wear many hats, often several of them at once. That fact is still true today, but as Stacks is proud to explain, now…

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On the Right Side of the Argument

“My Grandmother McCue used to tell me that I should be a lawyer because I would argue with the pope,” Patricia Carey Zucker, managing partner and chief executive officer of the law firm of Daley, Zucker, Meilton & Miner, LLC,…

0 Comments / 97 View / April 1, 2017