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Store Eagles Of The Year 2017 | Eagles Recognized | Hoss Hero - Nicole Englert | Hoss Hero - Lisa Johnson | HCP 4th Quarter Eagle Named | Santa Visits Somerset Hoss's | Greensburg Secret Santa Party | Christmas In Hossland 2017 | Letter From Young Guest | SD10 Holds Community Night | Hummelstown Employee Named Player of the Week | #TeamSonnieStrong | Promotional Artwork From York West | Hummelstown Halloween Parade | Chambersburg Holds Pumpkin Carving Contest | HCP 3rd Quarter Eagle Leader Named | Campbell University Class 4 Graduates | Duncansville Marzoni's Receives Special Thank-You | Welcome Home SSGT Christopher Morris | District 1 Softball Tournament 2017 | HCP 2nd Quarter Eagle Leader Named | Steve McIlveen Wins 5K | Relay Breakfast 2017 | MB32 Participates In Norwalk Soap Box Derby | Mission Trip To Guatemala | Two Hossers Run In 2017 Pittsburgh Marathon | St. Marys Employee Raises Funds for Alzheimer's Association | 2017 Hoss Graduates | Jeff Stephenson Retirement | Lewistown Crew Prom | Hoss Hero - Julie (Kolmer) Johnson | Gettysburg Holds Toy Drive | Eaglefest Celebration 2016 | Manager of the Year 2016 Finalists | Eagle Leaders of the Year 2016 | Country Singer Visits Gettysburg Hoss's | Hoss Hero - Amber Schwaderer | Campbell U Class #3 Graduates | Eaglefest Years of Service Recipients 2016

Store Eagles Of The Year 2017

Hoss's Eagle NationThe Eagles Of The Year were honored at the Annual Eagle Luncheons held during the month of January. Congratulations to each of these individuals for achieving this prestigious award!

Click here to see pictures of all the honorees.

Eagles Recognized

Congratulations to the following District Eagles!

Gilbert Waso
Gilbert Waso, Elizabethtown - District 2

Mel Stetter
Mel Stetter, Altoona - District 3

Jenny Bailey
Jenny Bailey, Carlisle - District 5

Cassandra White
Cassandra White, Scranton - Marzoni's

Russell Pleva
Russell Pleva, HCP

Hoss Hero - Nicole Englert - CB12

Nicole EnglertServer from Cranberry, Nicole Englert, was recently helping out at Grove City Hoss's for the evening.

The gentleman she was serving began to choke on his food, and she sprang into action to perform the Heimlich Maneuver. Thankfully, she was able to dislodge the piece of food.

Thank you, Nicole, for going above and beyond the call of duty to help a guest!

Hoss Hero - Lisa Johnson - HT24

Lisa JohnsonSeveral months ago, a lady and her elderly mother came in for lunch at Huntingdon Hoss's. The elderly lady started to choke, and the daughter did not know what to do.

Thankfully, Server Lisa Johnson quickly stepped in and performed the Heimlich Maneuver. The lady coughed up the bite of food and was able to breathe again. The daughter tearfully hugged Lisa and thanked her profusely.

Thank you, Lisa, for stepping up to help a guest in need!

HCP 4th Quarter Eagle Named

Morgan Heming was recently named HCP's Eagle for the Fourth Quarter of 2017! Morgan has been a part of our team for 17 years and currently works in the Production Department. Congratulations!

Morgan Heming

Santa Visits Somerset Hoss's

Santa came to Somerset Hoss's Tuesday night! Everyone had fun, and Santa's elves helped take pictures and pass out treat bags!

Somerset Santa Visit

Greensburg Secret Santa Party

Greensburg Hoss's recently held its First Annual Secret Santa Party! We all had a great time shopping for and surprising each other!

Greensburg Party

Greensburg Party

Christmas In Hossland 2017

Christmas has come to Hossland! Click here to see some of the beautiful decorations in our stores.

Merry Christmas!


Letter From Young Guest

We recently received a letter from a very satisfied young guest named Joey! He wrote it as a school assignment and was kind enough to share it with us. Click here to read his letter!

Thank you, Joey! We could not have said it better ourselves!

Hummelstown Employee Named Player of the Week

Congratulations to Middletown High School's Tre Leach for being named Player of the Week! Click here to read all about it!

Tre has worked as a Host and Busser at Hummelstown Hoss's for 1 1/2 years.

Your Hoss Family is very proud of you!

SD10 Holds Community Night

On December 4, Shamokin Dam Hoss's held a Community Night Fundraiser to benefit Santa's Miracle of Giving of Sunbury, PA. Their mission is to provide gifts for local families and military families in need, so they can experience the Spirit of the Christmas Season.

SD Fundraiser

by Tami Chaddick, District Manager

Just wanted to say a big thank you to the Lewistown team who made yesterday, 11/19/17, special with a fundraiser for one of our own servers that was severely burnt over a month ago and is still in LeHigh Valley Medical Center.  Her husband has been on an unpaid FMLA, and they have two children ages three and seven. 

It has been amazing the support the community and our Hoss family has shown, and we continue to ask for your prayers as she still has a long way to recovery.


Promotional Artwork From York West

We have a very talented young woman in West York named Melena Paulino that created the picture below to push selling our featured tea! Melena has been a server with us for almost two years.

Blackberry Tea

Hummelstown Halloween Parade

Hummelstown Hoss's recently participated in Hummelstown's Halloween Parade. Below are a few photos!

HM Parade

HM Parade

Chambersburg Holds Pumpkin Carving Contest

Chambersburg Hoss's crew members recently held a Pumpkin Carving Contest and then had their Guests vote on them.

Below are a few of their HOSM creations!

Pumpkin Carving Contest

Pumpkin Carving Contest

HCP 3rd Quarter Eagle Leader Named

Marshall McCabe was recently presented with HCP's 3rd Quarter Eagle Leader Award!

Marshall McCabe

Marshall began working with us in April of this year and currently works in the Steak Production Department.


Campbell University Class 4 Graduates!

Campbell University was held September 25-29, 2017.  It was a smaller group than usual, and this made for a great week of getting to know each other and making some great relationships.

The class always has a hectic week with many activities:  we hold a mixer for their first evening to meet and greet with Home Office/HFX, extensive HR training to learn laws and what to do in situations, hiring, evaluations, benefits, QA, trouble shooting, IT tips and tricks, social media, and touring HCP is always a highlight of the week.  So many things! On top of that, we ask the class to complete a class project.  

Class 4 explored the topic of pre-shift meetings, the right and wrong way to help managers deliver information to the crew!  They did a great job working with our videographer, Ian Campbell, in producing a video project which they shared at the graduation ceremony on Friday! 

A long week away from families, but making good friends, and having a few cold brews made a productive, fun week for all. 

Congratulations! We wish Class 4 much success!!!!

Campbell U Class 4

Class #4 L-R:  Zac Cooney-Duncansville; Tracey Baumgardner-Bedford; John Graffius-DV Marzoni’s; Rob Ballesteros-Gettysburg; Sue Weathers-Belle Vernon; Adam Goetschius-Meadville; Meagan O’Leary-Mechanicsburg, Andrew Bowermaster-Carlisle

Duncansville Marzoni's Receives Special Thank-You

Email Received 08/30/2017:

I just wanted to give you guys a sincere thank you. My husband's family came in to D-ville Marzoni's on Sunday evening about 10 minutes before you guys closed for the night. They had been in the hospital all day with my husband's grandfather who is currently experiencing kidney failure and not doing well. They said they asked if it was ok if they ordered some food to go because they were exhausted and hungry after such an emotional day, but that you insisted they come in and sit down to enjoy their meals.

They told me they had never experienced such kind and wonderful service and that it meant so much to them because of what they were going through. They were literally in tears telling me about it because they were so touched.

I'm not sure who was managing or who served them that evening, but I wanted to personally thank you for taking care of them so well. I know how easy it is to feel irritated with customers coming in right before closing, but you never know what kind of day someone has had or who just needs to be shown some kindness. Just wanted you to know how grateful I am. : )

Welcome Home SSGT Christopher Morris
by Kelly Divins, Assistant Manager

On Friday, August 18, DuBois Hoss's was thrilled and excited to be part of a planned surprise for the Morris Family.   SSGT Christopher Morris was coming home from his deployment in Al Udeid Qatar Air Base (near Saudi Arabia and Kuwait), and he wanted to surprise his family and picked the family's favorite place to eat to do that.  Everything was set into motion for his arrival time Friday evening, but sadly it did not come to happen as weather prevented his flights from flying and he was not able to get home that evening.

We still wanted to be able to do something special. Thanks to Billie Jo Walls, we were able to have some great gifts for the family, a welcome home basket and backpacks for all three of the kids.  Tuesday evening, the family came in to eat dinner, and we were able to finally have a little surprise for them. SSGT Morris has also served tours in South Korea, Japan, Germany, England, as well as humanitarian missions in the Phillipines, and has been able to have his family with him while being stationed in Hawaii for three years.

Morris Family 

The following is part of a letter we received from the Morris family:

"Well, who do I begin to thank first! Let me start by saying that even though our amazing plan did not happen as intended, I’m happy nonetheless that we were able to spend quality time with the Hoss's family! Today, seeing Kelly and Jill really made our time here special. Our next duty station will be in Montana, and we are looking forward to reconnecting as a family by participating in the many outdoor activities Montana has to offer. This will be the first duty location that we will be experiencing all four seasons, so it is a nice change for our family. We want to thank our families, who have supported us during our transitions in the military. We would also like to thank our Hoss’s family, that have shown us support and love each time we come in. They have gone above and beyond to make us feel more than just customers each time we are there. Our children, Alayna, Ayden, and Ryan absolutely love going to Hoss’s to eat and see our friends. Every time we pass by and don’t stop, our car is filled with the sounds of sad children. We cannot express how thankful we are to have each of you in our lives, even if it is just between deployments. You have filled our lives with a joy that is hard to put into words. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts."

District 1 Softball Tournament 2017
by Troy Horner, District 1 Manager

On July 20, six stores from District 1 got together for their 6th Annual District Softball Tournament. This year, there was some participation from our corporate office to help round out several of the teams. The Home Office participants were Phil Sukenik, Carl Raup, Rob Billet, Ann McKay, and Deb Lehman. The teams included West York, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Hanover, Lititz, and Martinsburg.

Hoss Teams

Each team played five games allowing them to play every team. The two teams with the best record then met in the championship game. Hanover had the best record going 5-0, and Martinsburg had the second best record 4-1. In the championship game (winner take all), Martinsburg was able to avenge an earlier loss to Hanover and take home the 3-foot trophy which they will proudly display in their store for the next year.

It literally was the hottest day of the year with a heat index of 102 degrees. That didn’t keep friends and family from coming out to watch or hold back anyone from playing. No individual awards were handed out for a tournament MVP, but if there would have been a trash talking award, it would have gone to Carl Raup. As everyone was leaving the ball park, Phil Sukenik could be heard saying “next year, we will have a team from the Home Office.”

Click here for Team Photos! A special thanks to Kane Brookens our photographer from Chambersburg for the HOSM pictures.

HCP 2nd Quarter Eagle Leader Named

On Tuesday, July 25, Shane Kubat was presented with HCP's 2nd Quarter Eagle Leader Award.

Shane Kubat

Shane is a 13-year employee and currently works in the Sanitation Department.

Congratulations, Shane!

Steve McIlveen Wins 5K

Steve McIlveen 5K

Steve McIlveen, General Manager at Richland Township, won the 1st Annual Cuddles for Kids 5K on Saturday, June 10, in Westmont. 

Cuddles for Kids contributes to children's agencies around the world, most notably in the United States, Haiti, and Mexico.


Relay For Life Breakfast 2017
by Pam Weakland

Servant Leadership is a term that we hear often, but to live it every day is the difference!

The Hoss family showed their commitment to the community and serving others bright and early Saturday, June 10, 2017, for the Blair County Relay for Life Breakfast at Mansion Park. From HBS that gets all the equipment ready and where it needs to be, the warehouse that pulls it all and organizes it for the truck, the volunteers that show up to set up, serve, and clean up, truly the definition of serving others. 

Relay Breakfast 2017

For the last 16 years Hoss’s has participated in this event providing a hot breakfast for those campers and walkers that are raising money with hope to find a cure for cancer, a disease that we all have been affected by.  To see all the smiles, for the thank you’s, and comradery of all the folks that come out to make difference during this event, is the only thanks our team needs.  They deserve much more always willing to go the extra mile, but are satisfied with much less.

The hustle and bustle of getting ready is always fun, seeing the walkers line up for breakfast, and sometimes a cheer from the crowd is the best feeling!   So another successful year is in the books….see you next year!

Click here for photos from the event!

MB32 Participates In Norwalk Soap Box Derby
by Shelby Knepper, Hourly Manager

On June 10, 2017, Martinsburg Hoss’s participated in the 2017 local Bucky’s Limited Auto Body Norwalk Soapbox Derby. Haley Smith, was the driver of the soapbox derby car. Haley is the daughter of Kristen Fisher, an Assistant Manager. The car number that was picked for the car was 93 because the store opened its doors in 1993.

After the race was over, Hoss’s catered the awards dinner and donated all of their time and food to the nonprofit organization. Martinsburg Hoss’s has been involved with this organization for the last four years, but this was the first year that they had a car participate in the derby. Hoss’s looks forward to growing their relationship with the Norwalk Soapbox Derby Organization and being more involved in community events throughout the year.

Click here to view the story on the local news.

Mission Trip To Guatemala
by Steve Stouffer - General Manager, Elizabethtown

Steve StoufferMy wife Jan and I are part of a group of 20 from our community that is coordinating with about 60 additional people to work at an orphanage next week in Guatemala.    The orphanage is Casa Aleluya. Click here to visit their web site to learn more.     It is home to over 500 children.

Our group will be cleaning, loving up the kids, and working to build a hospital on the "compound."   I understand this is a wonderful orphanage that helps so many orphaned children in a difficult area. Our immediate group has been planning this trip for over three years to work at this orphanage and to help the children and to assist building the hospital. We also are taking almost 100 pairs of shoes as a lot of the children do not have shoes that fit or a mix match.  

Phil and TroyTwo Hossers Run In 2017 Pittsburgh Marathon

On May 7, Troy Horner and Phil Sukenik joined 15,500 of their closest friends and braved the chill to run the 2017 Pittsburgh Marathon and Half Marathon. 

This is more than just a race; it is a huge event with runners racing through numerous city neighborhoods to the cheers of 60,000 spectators.

Troy was able to achieve a personal best time in the marathon.  Phil did not have a record setting day in the half marathon but was able to do this year’s race 2 minutes faster than last year (at this rate, he will be running in the olymipics when he’s 70).

St. Marys Employee Raises Funds for Alzheimer's Association
by Christy Wehler, General Manager

Pam Forster, an employee of St. Mary's Hoss's, has been and continues to do amazing things for the Alzheimers Association. Her mother suffers from this horrible disease. Pam has been holding fundraising events for the past 4 years. Each year, she adds new and different events to raise money for this worthy cause. Along with that, she donates more and more money each year.

She has a group called the "Camiotti Crew" that helps her with the fundraisers. Pam takes on a lot of it herself along with working a full time job and the part time job here at Hoss's. She also finds the time to watch her grandchildren and attends their sporting events whenever possible. In her spare time she likes to attend as many Pirates games as possible just to relax a little.

This past year, she held a bake sale ( she baked most of the items herself), a Community Night, a garage sale, a chicken barbeque, and an ongoing candy sale. She has donated $3,840.00 thus far, and this amount does not include the sales from the candy.

Her mind never stops coming up with ideas of how to raise even more money this year than last. I think that Pam needs to be commended for all that she does for the sake of her mom and all of the others that suffer with this disease.

2017 Hoss Graduates

We would like to extend a special congratulations to all of our high school and college graduates in Hossland! You should all be very proud of your accomplishments!

Click here to see a listing of graduates submitted by our stores.

Jeff Stephenson Retirement

Jeff StephensonAfter 31 years of dedicated service, Jeff Stephenson, General Manager at Cranberry Hoss's, is retiring from the restaurant business. His official last day is May 22.

We would like to thank him for everything he has done for our company and wish him well with all of his future endeavors!

Click here to read a local newspaper article about Jeff's retirement.

Lewistown Crew Prom

Senior crew members from our Lewistown location chose Hoss's to dine for their prom this past Saturday night.   Barb, who they all call "Mom," is in the center.  They all clean up pretty well!

Lewistown Prom

Hoss Hero - Julie (Kolmer) Johnson
by Chris Reigel, GM Lititz

Julie Kolmer JohnsonOn Monday, May 1, we had a gentlemen here eating by himself. I was quickly called over to the table to help him because he was having a seizure. We had a party of nine at a table behind him, and they started to help him. When I got there, I told someone to call 911. We got him on the ground, and me and someone else helped this man until the ambulance got there.

The girl that was helping me took over the situation. She was trying to comfort him, get him on his side, and told him the ambulance was on its way. This whole situation lasted about 8 minutes, but it felt like an eternity. I was glad I had this girl there to help in the situation.

The girl that helped me was a guest dining with her family. She rushed over to help out with the situation. This is an act that many people would not do because they would not know what to do or felt that the situation was taken care of by the other people around him. She jumped right in and took over the situation. I am so thankful for people like her, people that jump in and help out when needed.

The girl that was helping me was our own Julie (Kolmer) Johnson. Please congratulate Julie on a job well done. We are lucky to have her here at Hoss's!!!

Gettysburg Holds Toy Drive
by Jessi Hill, Assistant Manager

Gettysburg Hoss's held a toy drive for the Children's Cancer Recover Foundation. It was a wonderful experience! We love helping organizations like this. All the toys donated will go directly to hospitalized children. We hope to put smiles on their faces and brighten their day!

Gettysburg Toy Drive

Eaglefest Celebration 2016

Our 10th Annual Eaglefest Celebration was held on Saturday, April 8, 2017.  Eaglefest is a celebration of those high flying individuals who soar daily to new heights at Hoss’s and Marzoni's through their enthusiasm, dedication, and compassion for others.  Congratulations to all of our 2016 honorees!


Conni Beamer - Williamsport; Amber Schwaderer - Huntingdon


Jess Nichols - Selinsgrove Marzoni’s; Julie Kopp and DeAnna Oakes - HBS; Dallas Grim - Martinsburg; Sherri Buckley - Grove City; Melissa Adams - Duncansville Marzoni’s

Sherri Buckley


Indiana - Joe Hirsch


John Tomlinson - West York; Joe Hirsch - Indiana; Cindy Stoltenburg - Cranberry; Jay Petrou - Bedford; Michaelle Crawford - Murrysville; Dallas Grim - Martinsburg; Mark Shreffler - Huntingdon

Joe Hirsch


Joe Hirsch - Indiana; Gail Fairman - DuBois; Jay Petrou - Bedford


Mark Shreffler - Huntingdon; Michaelle Crawford & Amy Topole - Murrysville


Click here for a list of the Years of Service Honorees.


Click the links below to learn more about each recipient.

District 1 - Jenn Blanco - Martinsburg
District 2 - Flossi Betts - Shamokin Dam
District 3 - James Wittman - Indiana
District 4 - Melissa Whetzel - Grove City
District 5 - Rebecca Diggens - Huntingdon
Marzoni’s - Jenny Poullos - Greenwood
HCP - Ashley Bowser

James Wittman


Jay Petrou - Bedford; Joe Hirsch - Indiana; John Tomlinson - West York

Manager of the Year 2016 - Jay Petrou

Jay Petrou


TVs: Chip Gapshes – Home Office (30 Years’ Service); Ron Cable – State College (30 Years’ Service); Teresa Oster – Bedford (10 Years’ Service); Patricia McKenzie – Cranberry (20 Years’ Service)

iPads: Dave Ulicne – Hoss’s Building Services (30 Years’ Service); Lauren Koch – Shamokin Dam (10 Years’ Service); Nancy Novicki – Cranberry (30 Years’ Service)

Trip - One week’s paid vacation, $500 cash, and accommodations to Hoss’s Ocean Isle, NC, Condo, or to Hoss’s Bonita Springs, FL, Hossienda: Kimberly Herb – Chambersburg (10 Years’ Service)

Click here for pictures from the event!

Manager of the Year 2016 Finalists

Congratulations to the following General Manager of the Year 2016 Finalists. Each individual will be honored at our Eaglefest Celebration at Huntingdon Country Club on Saturday, April 8, 2017.

Jay Petrou
Joe Hirsch
Jay Petrou
Joe Hirsch
John Tomlinson
John Tomlinson
#34-York West

Eagle Leaders of the Year 2016

Congratulations to the following Eagle Leaders of the Year 2016. Each individual will be honored at our Eaglefest Celebration on Saturday, April 8, 2017, at Huntingdon Country Club.

We would also like to extend a special congratulations and thank you to all of our Eagle Leaders who were honored at our luncheons. We are very proud to have such an elite group of individuals as part of the Hoss Team.

Jenn Blanco
Florence Betts
James Wittman
Jenn Blanco
District 1
Florence Betts
Shamokin Dam
District 2
James Wittman
District 3

Melissa Whetzel
Rebecca Diggins
Melissa Whetzel
Grove City
District 4
Rebecca Diggins
District 5

Jenny Poullos
Ashley Bowser
Jenny Poullos
Ashley Bowser
Hoss's Central Processing

Country Singer Visits Gettysburg Hoss's!
by Jessi Hill, Assistant Manager

Country Singer, Dustin Lynch, stopped by Gettysburg Hoss's after his concert at the Majestic Theatre here in town. He was super nice, and we were all excited to see him!

Dustin Lynch and Jessi

Hoss Hero - Amber Schwaderer

Hoss Hero - Amber SchwadererAmber Schwaderer, Salad/Prep Manager at Huntingdon, recently saved the life of a fellow employee!

One of our servers was taking a break and decided to eat some garlic bread. While eating, the bread became lodged in her throat, and she could not breath. Amber realized that she was choking and needed help.  She started the Heimlich  Maneuver on her, the bread came unlodged soon after, and the employee began to breath again! 

Amber stated, "We train so that we are prepared to help save our guests, not ever thinking it would be one of our own crew members who would need our help."

Campbell U Class #3 Graduates
by Pam Weakland

Campbell U Class #3 spent a fun-filled week at the Home Office February 20-24, 2017.  This was a larger class of 19 managers participating.  The fun of having everyone together for the week was partly due to having 5 managers new to Hoss’s, 3 managers from Marzoni’s, and 4 Department Managers.  There was so much creativity, innovation, and comradery happening that the week flew by. 

The class was split into two groups for completing a class project.  Each presented  their ideas on how we can help to move forward Better Service in 2017 and how we can move to the future and growing our guests and sales.   Every individual brought something special to the table. 

Not only did they put together presentations but had a full week of class and went on a tour at HCP.  Coming directly from the class, “We learned so many things that I will be taking back to my store, but also made great friendships. It’s great to be a part of this “Family!"

Good luck to all, and we will see you back in 60 days for Follow Up Class!

Campbell U 3

Back L-R:  Calvin Carr 207, Matt Beiswenger #05, Jim Rush #05, Mike Giordano #24, Amber Schwaderer #24, Annette Lombardi #06, Darius Morgan #23, Abby Massimo #40, Missy Whetzel #43, Courtney Josselyn #21, Abe Telck #48, Stephanie Defibaugh #01. William Eck #43, Gary Foster #37, Kristy Bomberger #27, Angel Hartpence #49,
Front L-R:  Justin McLucas #29, Megan Bean-Dowell #204, Tyler Grace #207

Eaglefest Years of Service Recipients 2016

Below is the list of the Years of Service Honorees.  This list includes employees who have achieved 10, 20, or 30 years of service between April 1, 2016, and March 31, 2017.  All honorees will be recognized at this year’s Eaglefest Celebration on Saturday, April 8, at the Huntingdon Country Club. 


30-Year Recipient:
Chambersburg – Cathy Shatzer
20-Year Recipients:
East York- Rebecca Ferree; Lititz - Christopher Reigel; West York – Joseph Cool
10-Year Recipients:
Chambersburg – Ashley Brookens; Kimberly Herb; Tram Le; East York – Kendra Emenheiser; Amber Koons;  Lititz – J. Ray Marrerro;  Pamela O’Donel; Tiffany Petroff; Hanover – Debra Kimmey


30-Year Recipients:
Shamokin Dam – Kim Fisher; Nanci Koch
10-Year Recipients:
Shamokin Dam – Lauren Koch; Elizabethtown – Katilyn Leverentz; Annville – Caroline Lehman; Allison Miller; Cressona – Gladys Wetzel


30-Year Recipient:
Indiana – Carla White
10-Year Recipients:
Somerset – Angela Younkin; Richland – Catherine Tunstall; St. Marys – Diane Wendel 


30-Year Recipient:
Cranberry – Nancy Novicki
20-Year Recipients:
Cranberry –Patricia McKenzie; Murrysville – Barbara Matassa;
10- Year Recipients:
Greensburg – Stephanie Brody; Cranberry –Justin Goodwill; Meadville – Leanna Bean, Christie Pleger; Murrysville – Kallie Grimm


30-Year Recipients:
State College – Ronald Cable; Bedford –Bonnie Hainsey; Carlisle– Marsha Varner
20-Year Recipients:
Bedford – Amy Mangiafico; Mechanicsburg – Holly Albert; Amy Hennessey
10-Year Recipients:
Bedford – Teresa Oster; Mechanicsburg – Randi Grace; William Haugh; Tonya Kinney; Carlisle –Thomas Lane; Huntingdon – Rebecca Diggins; Mark Shreffler; Lewistown – Tabatha Wagner; Enola – Michael Duff


10- Year Recipients:
Marzoni’s DV- Melissa Mingle; Marzoni’s GW – Miranda Shaw


30-Year Recipients: 
Chip Gapshes; Krista Soellner; Sandy Swope
20-Year Recipient:
Patricia Marks


30-Year Recipient:
Timothy Schmuck
20-Year Recipient: 
Kent Fleegle
10-Year Recipient: 
Danny Burget; Jonathan Claar


30-Year Recipient:
David Ulicne
10-Year Recipient:
Lance Huffman