Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers


Massachusetts: Monica Petrizzo Credentialed as Certified Dementia Practitioner

Sandwich, Massachusetts – Monica B. Petrizzo, a registered nurse, has been credentialed as a certified dementia practitioner by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners, according to a statement from her employer. Petrizzo has worked for three years at Home Instead Senior Care, a Sandwich-based provider of homecare services for seniors on Cape Cod for more than 19 years, according to the statement. Petrizzo provides classroom training to all of the company’s caregivers. She has also worked as a school nurse in West Hartford, Connecticut, taught OSHA and bloodborne pathogen standards and, most recently, was a substitute school nurse in Falmouth, according to the statement. Source: Cape Cod Times

Iowa: Luck Promoted to Battalion Chief of Waterloo Fire Rescue

Waterloo, Iowa – Troy Luck has been promoted to battalion chief on Waterloo Fire Rescue B shift. Hired in 2002, Luck has served the department as a paramedic, fire engineer, fire inspector and has been a lieutenant since 2010. He is also a member of the HazMat team and has participated in the Honor Guard. Source: The Courier/Cedar Valley Business Monthly (Waterloo, Iowa)


Kansas: Labette Community College Welcomes New Dean of Instruction

Parsons, Kansas – Labette Community College recently welcomed new dean of instruction Rick Carpenter to its professional staff. Carpenter, former Des Moines Area Community College executive director of program development, stepped into his new position in June, as Mark Watkins, Ed.D., vacated the LCC dean of instruction position to become LCC president. Curriculum at the college will include OSHA training, blueprint training and soft skills training in addition to learning welding techniques and developing students’ skills. Source: Parsons Sun

Pennsylvania: Cozen O’Connor Adds Partner

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Cozen O’Connor has continued on its lateral spree, bringing on Vincent Candiello, a labor relations negotiator and employment litigator from Post & Schell, as a partner in its Harrisburg office. Candiello represents management as the chief negotiator in collective bargaining matters. He also has a defense-side litigation practice including Occupational Safety and Health Administration citations. His clients include Reading Health System, New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co. Inc. and Mount St. Mary’s University. He has also represented Hershey Co. in the past. Source: Delaware Law Weekly