CANFIELD — Farmers National Bank has hired Jamey Runion and Frank Constantino for its retail banking division.
Runion has been named to the position of banking officer, Damascus branch manager. Constantino has been named assistant vice president, Cornersburg branch manager.
Runion is a 15-year banking industry professional with more than a decade of experience in retail banking management. Before joining Farmers, he served in a customer service role for a national financial institution before being promoted to a branch management position.
Constantino has more than 30 years of bank management experience, including developing a call center and overseeing branch acquisition for a regional bank. He most recently served as the branch manager for a regional bank.
“Both Jamey and Frank bring the experience, inspired work ethic and people skills we look for in a successful branch manager,” Amber Wallace, Farmers’ executive vice president and chief retail and marketing officer, said in a news release. “With legendary customer service being our top priority, Jamey and Frank are both well-prepared to deliver personal and professional service to every client.”
Mahoning County Children Services
hiring for new diversity position
YOUNGSTOWN — Mahoning County Children Services is hiring for a new full-time position of diversity, equity and inclusion officer.
The new position will lead the development and implementation of internal and external initiatives contained in the agency’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan.
“This new position reflects Mahoning County Children Services Board’s ongoing commitment to seamlessly implement diversity, equality and inclusion into every area of the organization,” Joseph L. Mosca, chairman of the board, said in a news release. “This position will serve as the catalyst ensuring advancements in diversity, equity and inclusion are made, as well as quantifiable and visible outcomes are attained.”
22 Burgan real estate agents
earn President’s Sales Club Award
YOUNGSTOWN — For the third consecutive year, Burgan Real Estate led all real estate agencies affiliated with the Youngstown Columbiana Association of Realtors by having the most agents (22) earning the distinguished President’s Sales Club Award for 2020.
The Ohio Realtors presents the award to individual Ohio real estate agents who successfully generate at least $1 million in annual home sales for the year.
“To have Burgan Real Estate represented by the most agents receiving this award for the third consecutive year is one of our proudest achievements to date,” Patrick Burgan, co-owner of Burgan Real Estate, said in a news release.
This year’s Burgan Real Estate President’s Sales Club agents are:
- Award of Excellence (at least $5 million in sales): Tibitha Matheney ($5,897,389);
- Award of Distinction (at least $2.5 million in sales): James Marzo ($4,232,690); Valerie Park ($2,557,391); Karen Ament ($2,521,888);
- Award of Achievement (at least $1 million in sales): TC and Julie Bunevich (collectively as Team Bunevich) ($2,345,250); Julie Mills ($1,946,275); Scott Heffelfinger ($1,741,325); Traci Hardy ($1,736,738); Joan Zarlenga ($1,726,750); Liz Salcedo ($1,703,760); Maggie Garland ($1,678,700); Lisa Resnick ($1,664,767); John Burgan ($1,494,468); Rachael Thomas ($1,453,475); Steve Rogers ($1,383,350); Rhonda Rance ($1,304,764); Mandie Dillon ($1,140,250); Amanda Hamilton ($1,121,375); Jill Herock ($1,067,700); Kim Sauerwein ($1,035,797); Crissy Gallaugher ($1,014,975); and Rich Suhovecky ($1,013,850).
Gasoline prices down
5 cents in Northeast Ohio
YOUNGSTOWN — The average price for gasoline across Northeast Ohio is 5 cents cheaper this week at $2.05 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.
The average price for unleaded self-service gasoline in the Youngstown area is $2.05 per gallon.
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