People on the Move – Dec. 30
People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable movements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact [email protected].
Terri Wyatt and Brittany Grenyer have been recognized by Beebe Healthcare as the October and November recipient of the Living Our Values Every Day (L.O.V.E.) Letter Award, respectively.
Wyatt is the simulation and technology faculty coordinator in the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing. She has facilitated simulations for all courses at the school and is diligently working to obtain national certification for the simulation lab.
“Terri exemplifies excellence in so many ways,” says Virginia Rickards, who wrote Terri’s L.O.V.E. Letter. “Terri has been the Simulation and Technology Faculty Coordinator since the new school building opened in 2015. She is currently working on the national certification for the simulation lab, which includes writing all the policies and procedures for a manual, as well as all the other logistics and paperwork requirements. She is also an expert on the mannequins and oversees repairs.”
In addition to her work in the simulation lab, Wyatt started the Perinatal Loss Support Program for Beebe and coordinates the annual “Walk to Remember” event for families who have lost an infant.
Grenyer, a COVID-19 support services representative, was awarded this recognition based on an email from a patient who wanted to share the positive experience they had with her.
“Brittany has been a pleasure to work with and an asset to the team,” wrote the patient. “Brittany was the representative who I spoke with and she was incredibly helpful.”
“I am a fairly new resident to Delaware and the community, and she talked me through the options for testing. She was a pleasure to talk with and I finished the call with a clear plan of action, which in these times is about the best possible outcome you can have,” the patient said. “There was a very authentic and genuine intention of her part to take care of me – I could feel it. I want to be sure that Brittany is recognized because I sincerely appreciate the service the team is providing.”
Franco and Sal LaRagione have been presented with the 2020 Professional Citizens of the Year Award by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford.
Franco and Sal LaRagione, of Mama Maria’s, went above and beyond during the height of COVID-19 with their efforts to provide meals to those families that may have otherwise gone without during these difficult times. They partnered with the Milford School District and by the end of June had given almost 5,000 meals to people in the community who needed them.
Diamond State Financial Group has announced that Joshua Shaver and C. Neil Stalter recently earned the Certified Business Exit Consultant Designation from the International Exit Planning Association (IEPA). The designation is a significant achievement and further establishes Shaver and Stalter as expert exit planners in the marketplace today.
To receive the CBEC Designation, Josh and Neil completed the high-level, nine-week training program that required more than 30 hours of pre-course study, 32 hours of extensive curriculum taught by top expert instructors in their respective fields as well as the successful completion of the final exam. As an additional requirement for the CBEC Designation, they each delivered an exit plan to an owner and submitted that plan to the IEPA’s Certification committee for review.
Scott Dolor has been named Operations Manager of M. Davis & Sons, Inc., a woman-owned, fifth generation industrial construction company based in Wilmington, Delaware.
Scott Dolor, who has been a project manager at M. Davis since 2011, has more than 13 years of experience in the construction industry. As Operations Manager, he will have oversight of customer bids and rates as well as resource management. He will continue to be instrumental in the development and leadership of the project management team at M. Davis.
“Scott is the trusted resource for project management at the company,” said John Gooden, President of M. Davis & Sons, Inc. “He is a capable leader who is committed to development of our team and processes. We’re excited to have his experience, integrity and dedication in his new role as Operations Manager.”
Dolor studied Chemical Engineering at UMBC, Bachelor of Science in International Business Management and Master of Business Administration at Goldey-Beacom College. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton program on Negotiation.
“I’m excited to begin a new chapter in my career at M. Davis. I look forward to working with our talented team of managers in developing our teams and processes to allow M. Davis continued growth into the future,” said Dolor.
Fredrick J. Dawson, President of Bassett, Dawson & Foy, Inc. was recently named a member of the 2020 Leaders Council. Leaders Council honors are presented only to those financial advisors who demonstrate an extraordinary level of commitment to clients through personal service and professional integrity. Members of the Leaders Council represent the top echelon of the firm’s financial advisors, which is a privilege limited to a select few. Dawson has achieved at least this level of recognition for over seventeen consecutive years. Securities are offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC.
Dawson, who joined Raymond James in 1983, has more than 36 years of experience in the financial services industry. He offers a comprehensive range of wealth management services for individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations.