Tractor Supply, 4-H fundraiser sets record: Tractor Supply Company and the National 4-H Council raised $787,769 during a 12-day national in-store fundraiser, the Spring Paper Clover Campaign.
Tractor Supply has raised almost $4 million for 4-H programs across the country through Paper Clover Campaigns in four years, benefiting state and local 4-H youth development programs and scholarships and the national 4-H Council for development programs.
Hospital named donor 'Platinum Partner': St. Elizabeth Health Center in Youngstown was named a Platinum Partner in the Community Hospital category of the 2013-14 Hospital Champions program, aimed at increasing organ, eye and tissue donor registration.
St. Joseph Health Center in Warren and St. Elizabeth Boardman Health Center were named Gold Partners during the 2014 OHA Annual Meeting.
More than 3,400 Ohioans and 122,000 Americans await lifesaving organ transplants. Every 48 hours, an Ohioan dies waiting.
HBK among Ohio's best employers: Hill, Barth and King LLC CPAs and Accountants has been named the seventh-best employer in Ohio. The ranking improved seven places from last year's rank of 14th.
It has the fifth straight year and seven out of the past eight years it has been on the list.
The annual list is created by Ohio SHRM State Council and Best Companies Group from statewide survey and awards programs.
Mineral Ridge company honored: Adolph Johnson and Son Co. of Mineral Ridge, distributor of Varco-Pruden pre-engineered metal buildings, received two awards from Varco-Pruden. They recognize Adolph Johnson and Son Co. for cumulative 2013 sales of more than $1 million and for $250,000 in sales in the north central region. The company provides design / build and general contracting services in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Aerospace division of Niles company is recertified: Niles International announced its NExT Aerospace division passed its recertification audits noting it has established and applies quality management system for the design and manufacture of expanded metal fine meshes and foils for aerospace applications.
NExT Aerospace is a privately owned company with corporate headquarters in Niles. It manufactures expanded metal and plastics for aerospace and composite industries, with products for lightning strike protection, shielding and reinforcement.
People on the Move
Huntington hires new mortgage loan officer: Huntington Bancshares Incorporated hired Donald Fatobene as Mortgage Loan Officer. Fatobene will be responsible for the generation of new mortgage loans in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. His office is located in downtown Warren.
Fatobene has 17 years' experience as a mortgage loan officer and received a bachelor's degree in economics from Kent State University.
New funeral home opens: Owner William Nicholas last week celebrated the opening of WM Nicholas Funeral Home and Cremation Service at 614 Warren Ave., Niles. Since purchasing the location at the end of January, Nicholas, with the help of contractors and family, has renovated the funeral home into a warm and welcoming atmosphere. For more information, visit www.nicholasfuneralhome.com.
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