Category : Cover Story

Saddle Up for Success

“My sister and I were always riding ponies and horses as far back as I can remember,” Laura Rutledge said. “I rode a pony by myself before I learned to ride a bike.” With that kind of background, it seemed…

0 Comments / 166 View / November 1, 2016

A Blip on the Screen of Life

“Most of the time, things seen on mammos and ultrasounds are not bad,” Laurie Gaughan said. But in her case, being an ultrasonographer at PinnacleHealth, she had more expertise than most of us when viewing her diagnostic results and, therefore,…

0 Comments / 386 View / October 1, 2016

Coming Full Circle – In the Real World, Robin Hood Goes to Prison

The doors slammed with a deafening clang. The reverberation seemed to last forever. The echo faded. My anxiety increased: “I’m stuck here until somebody lets me out.” My stay in Lancaster County Prison was short: seven hours a day. Five…

0 Comments / 1078 View / September 1, 2016

The Meaning of Freedom

Evelyn Chatel freely admits she knows nothing about cars, although she’s been in the automobile sales industry for 34 years. “They all look kind of the same to me,” she said. “So I let the people who know about cars…

0 Comments / 502 View / August 1, 2016

Fit and Fashionable

“I love being fit and strong, because it’s so much more than just about your size,” Katie Kozloff, owner of Katie K. Active, said. “You feel mentally and physically able to do anything and can push through when you encounter…

0 Comments / 231 View / July 1, 2016

Engineering a Successful Partnership

It’s not every couple that can spend all day every day successfully working together, but Ann and John Luciano from First Capital Engineering—and happily married for 28 years—are accomplishing just that. As Ann Luciano so clearly put it, “I really…

0 Comments / 368 View / June 1, 2016

Serving with a Passion

“What I cherish most about my upbringing is the respect and compassion for others that my parents instilled in me,” Col. Maureen Weigl said. It was their example of dedication and commitment to their family, church, and local community that…

0 Comments / 1458 View / May 1, 2016

Turning the Awful into Good

“When my oldest son turned 10, it suddenly struck me that this is what a 10-year-old looks like, so young and vulnerable,” Kristen Pfautz Woolley, clinical director and founder of Turning Point Women’s Counseling and Advocacy Center, recalled. “That’s when…

0 Comments / 247 View / April 1, 2016

Keeping it Local

From the very beginning of her career with credit unions, Sue DeStephano, president/CEO of First Capital Federal Credit Union, knew that she was in the right place. “I love everything about the ‘people helping people’ credit union philosophy,” she said….

0 Comments / 153 View / March 1, 2016

The Heart of the Matter

“I believe attitude and faith plays a vital role in our lives … you must stay strong, positive, and focused on yourself and your future,” Sue Smith, director of the college store at Elizabethtown College, said. Wise words from a…

0 Comments / 349 View / January 26, 2016