Business people: June 1, 2019 – WSFS, Faw Casson, Cecil County government

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WSFS Bank adds senior vice president

WSFS Bank welcomed Martin Lespada as Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Strategy.Lespada will be responsible for the planning and execution of WSFS’ retail-banking blueprint, management of the Customer channel delivery strategy, branch development and design, optimization of the branch network, retail performance management and retail operations.

Lespada joins WSFS following a long career with Capital One at the bank’s headquarters in Northern Virginia, most recently as Senior Director of Product and Customer Experience. Previously, he worked at PwC and KPMG.

He received a B.S. in Finance from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, and an MBA from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Faw Casson names operations director

Faw Casson announced that Brian J. Stetina, CPA has been elected to serve as the next Director of Operations for the firm.

Stetina

Lisa Hastings, who has served as Director of Operations for two terms, commented, “We are executing a planned transition of leadership which involves everyone in the Firm. Challenging ourselves to do the work of succession planning means that our best talent can advance and thrive, and our clients can have confidence in us for the long term.” Lisa will continue with the Firm as a client service partner.

Faw Casson is a full-service CPA firm with offices in Dover and Rehoboth Beach, DE and Ocean City, MD.

Cecil Public Works deputy director named

County Executive Alan McCarthy announced the appointment of Teresa Gardner as Deputy Director of the Cecil County Department of Public Works.

Gardner has over 32 years of experience in the transportation engineering and public works fields, including time spent with both the Delaware and Virginia Departments of Transportation. She has also served as the Director of Public Works for the City of Salisbury, Maryland and is currently the Director of Public Works for the City of Havre de Grace, Maryland.

Gardner possesses a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Delaware, and is a licensed professional engineer in Delaware, Virginia, and Maryland.

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