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Leadership Lackawanna Executive Program Class of 2019 Graduates

From left, front row:  Joshua Klonoski, First National Bank; Robert A. Lantka, II, Tobyhanna Army Depot; Loretta Daubert, Leadership In Action, LLC; Sandy Cameli, SAC Empowerment, LLC; Susan Troy Connors, Troy Mechanical, Inc.; Christine R. Ostroski, Penn State Scranton; and David B. Wintermute, Landmark Community Bank. Back row: Anthony F. Rusnak, Commonwealth Charter Academy; Patrick R. Murphy, Marywood University; Eric Jensen, The Honesdale National Bank; Andrew Plank, Blue Eagle Logistics, Inc.; Wayne Stump, Greater Scranton YMCA; Alicia Zazzera, Carbondale Housing Authority; and David Jadick, Tobyhanna Army Depot. Gregory Moran, Commonwealth Health; and James Sullivan, Marywood University; were also part of this year’s class.

Leadership Lackawanna announced its 2019 Executive Program graduates during a recent celebration at Arcaro and Genell, Old Forge.

The Executive Program assists professionals in becoming more engaged in the community, broadens their social network and increases their overall knowledge of the Greater Scranton region

The 2019 Executive Program graduates include:

Sandy Cameli, SAC Empowerment, LLC

Susan Troy Connors, Troy Mechanical, Inc.

Loretta Daubert, Leadership In Action, LLC

David Jadick, Tobyhanna Army Depot

Eric Jensen, The Honesdale National Bank

Joshua Klonoski, First National Bank

Robert A. Lantka, II, Tobyhanna Army Depot

Gregory Moran, Commonwealth Health

Patrick R. Murphy, Marywood University

Christine R. Ostroski, Penn State Scranton

Andrew Plank, Blue Eagle Logistics, Inc.

Anthony F. Rusnak, Commonwealth Charter Academy

Wayne Stump, Greater Scranton YMCA

James Sullivan, Marywood University

David B. Wintermute, Landmark Community Bank

Alicia Zazzera, Carbondale Housing Authority

Participants met key business and community leaders as they received overviews of Lackawanna County’s history and culture, economic and political structures, community events, civic groups, recreational activities and non-profit organizations.  Sessions were held one evening per week for five weeks at various locations.