Tag : Lynda Hudzick

Starting Fresh … and Clean

It is not the kind of surprise anyone likes to get, but when Shariah Brown was informed by her longtime employer that due to a joint venture merge, she was going to be let go, it did not take her…

0 Comments / 37 View / July 1, 2019

A Delicious Legacy

“I was first involved with working at Utz when I was 11 years old,” Mike Rice, COB of Utz Quality Foods, recalls.  It was September of 1953, during potato storage season. One evening after family dinner, Mike said that his…

0 Comments / 28 View / June 1, 2019

More Power to Her

“I was going to be an astronaut,” Sheila Ketterer, currently working as director of distribution project and construction management with PPL, said. “Working at a utility company wasn’t in my plan at all.” Yet, working with a utility company is…

0 Comments / 163 View / May 1, 2019

Beautiful You

Growing up in Lancaster Township, Erin Baughman has always been a hometown girl. “I’ve been an athlete most of my life,” she said. “Many people know me from being on a ball field.” But when she was a junior in…

0 Comments / 62 View / December 1, 2018

Meant to ‘Bee’

As she was growing up, Kelly Sibol dreamed of writing and illustrating greeting cards or being the “person at Crayola who got to name the crayons,” she said. Today, she is a published author with her first children’s book successfully…

0 Comments / 97 View / November 1, 2018

A Burning Desire to Serve

“I can’t honestly say what drew me into firefighting,” Maude Lallemand said. “But once I started, I was hooked.” This 24-year-old Pennsylvania native is a 2012 graduate of Bishop Carroll Catholic High School, where she joined the volunteer fire department…

0 Comments / 94 View / October 1, 2018

The Main Event

Elizabeth Agar has successfully navigated a variety of opportunities over the years, and she has embraced everything she has learned along the way to her current career as the director of sales and marketing at the Radisson Hotel Harrisburg. All…

0 Comments / 81 View / September 1, 2018

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…

0 Comments / 242 View / October 1, 2017