Dinner to honor Yemma, Infante-Allen

Staff report


Dan Yemma, Mahoning County treasurer, and Carol Inante-Allen, Trumbull County clerk of courts, will be honored at the 17th annual Columbus Day Dinner-Show, sponsored by Tony Trolio’s Ciao Promotions, Oct. 11 at the Georgetown, 5945 South Ave.

Yemma has been in the financial services industry for nearly 30 years, including 18 years in banking and 10 years managing his own mortgage and financial services company. He began his post at the treasurer’s office in 2007 as chief deputy treasurer and was appointed to fill an unexpired term as Mahoning County treasurer in June 2011.

Yemma earned his first full term as treasurer in March 2012. He also served 12 years as Struthers councilman.

He is active on several boards and serves as chairman of the Mahoning County Land Reutilization Corporation board of directors and Lien Forward Ohio board of directors, while also being a member of the Mahoning County Mental Health Board and Mahoning-Columbiana County Training Association Workforce Investment Board. Yemma is a member of the Struthers Rotary, Knights of Columbus, YSU Alumni Association, and serves as treasurer of the Struthers Gridiron Club. Yemma has two sons, Daniel Jr. and Vincent.

Yemma graduated from Struthers High School and has bachelor and master degrees from Youngstown State University. The oldest of four brothers, his parents are Rocco (deceased), who was from Youngstown’s East Side, and Emilie, of Struthers.

Carol Infante-Allen has been Trumbull County’s clerk of courts since January 2005 and previously worked at the Niles Municipal Court for 17 years. She is a graduate of Niles McKinley High School and received a bachelor of arts degree from Kent State University. Currently residing in Niles with her husband, William K. Allen, she has two daughters, Jennifer and Melanie, and three grandchildren.

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