Career paths & limelights
AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS
Bill McDermott of Austintown, who works as a senior manager at FedEx Ground in Pittsburgh, recently received the company’s Humanitarian Award. McDermott was among just 18 employees, out of more than 50,000 worldwide, to receive the honor. The award recognizes those who promote human welfare. When an employee became seriously injured due to an accident, McDermott extended himself to the employee, visiting frequently and keeping track of his progress.
Rinaldi Physical Therapy of Youngstown has received a distinguished certification from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy, allowing it to expand. The new credentials designate owner Michael Rinaldi as a physical therapist who has completed the required curriculum and training in spinal manipulative therapy and passed oral, written and practical examinations.
Merril Lynch has announced that financial adviser Sidney G. Jones of Canfield has been nationally recognized as one of Ohio’s top advisers by Barron’s magazine in its annual “America’s Top 1,000 Advisers: State-by-State” list. It is the fifth year in which Jones has been listed.
The City Club of Cleveland has appointed Dan Moulthrop as its new chief executive officer. Moulthrop will succeed Jim Foster, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Established in 1912 to encourage new ideas and a free exchange of thought, The City Club of Cleveland is the longest-running continuous free-speech forum in the country.
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services has announced the expansion of the company’s franchising operations, with the hiring of Glenn Henry as vice president of franchise sales. Henry will cover Midwest markets. He has more than 20 years’ experience working in franchising and business development. He will be based in Cleveland.