Personnel file: WSFS, Colonial District, Becker Morgan, Cover & Rossiter, Downtown Milford

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WSFS names Wager investor relations VP

WSFS Financial Corporation has named Elizabeth L. Wager as Vice President and Manager of Investor Relations.  In this newly created role,  Wager will be responsible for managing communications with WSFS Owners and investors, as WSFS is now a mid-cap stock exceeding $2 billion in market capitalization. 

Wager joined WSFS Bank in 2016 as Vice President and Manager of SEC Reporting where she previously managed external reporting, including quarterly SEC reporting, 8-K filings, and quarterly earnings.  Prior to WSFS, Wager worked in external and SEC reporting at several companies, including Armstrong Flooring, Inc., The Chemours Company, and Capital One Financial Corporation.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Cover & Rossiter announces three hires

Cover & Rossiter announced three new hires. Kate Hikins joined Cover & Rossiter as a Senior Accountant in the Tax department. Previously, she worked as the Financial Reporting Supervisor at Boyer & Boyer, in the areas of financial reporting and taxation. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Wilmington University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. Having recently passed the CPA exam, she is in the process of obtaining her license in Maryland and permit to practice in Delaware.

Ali Ikram joined the Audit department in June as a Staff Accountant. He graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Goldey-Beacom College. He held internships at Zimny, Ratledge & Shaner LLC in their Tax department, Advance Publications in their Finance/Accounting/Treasury departments, and UMB Fund Services in their Fund Accounting department.

Daniel Eissmann is a recent graduate of the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Financial Planning, and a minor in Management Information Systems. He worked as an intern at Cover & Rossiter during his junior and senior years. He will be working as a Staff Accountant in the Audit department.

Becker Morgan Group named to council

 Becker Morgan GroupPrincipal, J. Michael Riemann, P.E.was named to the Water Infrastructure Advisory Council (WIAC) for the State of Delaware. WIAC initiates, develops and recommends projects to the Delaware General Assembly for the planning, construction, repair, renovation, or expansion of drinking water and wastewater facilities. The council provides guidance and policy advice to the Governor and the Secretaries of DNREC, DHSS, and the Department of Finance. WIAC helps develop funding options for capital and maintenance programs related to drainage, stormwater management, and flood control throughout Delaware. The council also assists in the development and evaluation of criteria for watershed-based plans for surface water management.

M Davis names engineering manager

 M Davis and Sons Inc., a fifth-generation industrial construction company based near Wilmington,  welcomed Sean Boston as Engineering Manager.

Boston  is originally from Australia.  He received his Bachelor degree in engineering mechanicals and materials. And served as CEO of a company in Australia that manufactured and serviced medical devices.

He comes to MDavis with a background in the design of pressure vessels, as well as HVAC, product control systems, structural engineering and industrial automation.

Downtown Milford names executive director

 The Board of Directors of Downtown Milford, Inc. (DMI) has named Patricia Gerken as its new executive director, effective September 23.

Gerken joins DMI with over five years of experience in the non-profit and public sectors. Most recently, she served as Site Supervisor of Buena Vista in New Castle, DE, a Nationally Registered Historic Site, where former US Secretary of State John Clayton and Delaware Governor Buck resided. Prior to that, she did marketing, event and retail coordination for the Delaware State Parks and volunteer coordination at the Delaware Agriculture Museum and Village.

Colonial superintendent moves to Kennett

 Colonial Superintendent Dr. Dusty Blakey announced at the Board of Education meeting that he will retire to become Superintendent of the Kennett Consolidated School District in Pennsylvania. Blakey, who started his career in Colonial 19 years ago as an assistant principal at William Penn High School, called his pending departure
bittersweet.

The Colonial Board of Education named Assistant Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Menzer as interim superintendent.

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