YOUNGSTOWN -- Peggy Kane, general manager for a Taco Bell in Youngstown, was recognized as one of the company's top managers from around the world. She was selected to be one of 40 managers taken to the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Ky., recently.
GIRARD -- Terri Sheely, purchasing manager at Altronic, has been named a certified purchasing manager and accredited purchasing practitioner by the National Association of Purchasing Management.
POLAND -- Todd Bury, an investment professional with Franklin Financial Services, has been named to Putnam Investment's 28th Annual Golden Scale Council. This council consists of those who have met the highest professional standards in the past year.
BOARDMAN -- Trent Cailor of Cailor Fleming and Associates has attained a series six limited representative license, permitting him to offer mutual funds, variable annuities and variable life insurance products.
STOW -- Carol Magazzeni, director of marketing and public relations for Hallrich and formerly of Boardman, received the Supreme Service Award for Marketing Excellence from the International Pizza Hut Franchise Holders' Association. Stow-based Hallrich operates area Pizza Hut restaurants. A.E. Szambecki, Hallrich chief executive, was named to the association's hall of fame. He was hired to be manager of Hallrich's first restaurant in Austintown in 1968.
ELLWOOD CITY, Pa. -- FMC Ellwood City Dialysis Unit has won the Center of Excellence Award for the second year from Fresenius Medical Care North America, the largest provider of dialysis products and services in the United States.