LIMELIGHT Awards, achievements
POLAND -- Jim Stewart, production manager of E. H. Duncan, The Bath & amp; Kitchen Center, has earned the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist designation, identifying him as a building industry professional with skills and knowledge specific to home modifications for aging-in-place. A Poland native, Stewart has been in the remodeling business for 33 years. He has been assistant chief of the Western Reserve Joint Fire District since 1998.
NEW CASTLE -- Timothy W. Womer, vice president of manufacturing and engineering at New Castle Industries, has been elected a fellow of the Society of Plastics Engineers in recognition of his outstanding, long-term contribution to the industry. Womer, one of 18 SPE senior members to acquire the fellow designation this year, holds six patents and has designed and developed several new technologies for the plastics industry. An Edinburg resident, he has an associate degree in mechanical engineering technology from Penn State University and a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Youngstown State University.
CANFIELD -- George Roman III of Canfield has been elected vice chairman of the Board of Governors for the Shriners Hospitals for Children based in Erie, Pa. A member of the board for nine years, Roman has served as board secretary for the past four years and has chaired numerous board committees. He is a self-employed auctioneer and real estate broker, an active member of the Al Koran Shriners for many years and a past president of the Youngstown Shrine Club. He is a graduate of Youngstown State University and Penn Ohio College.
YOUNGSTOWN -- Pat Mulcahy, medical staff coordinator at Callos Nursing Services, has earned a certified temporary-staffing specialist designation from the National Association of Personnel Services. A Poland resident, Mulcahy joined the Callos Companies in 1998.