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WSFS names senior VPS

WSFS Bank announced the promotion of four associates from business lines across the organization and its subsidiaries to Senior Vice President

Alex Lyden-Horn serves as Senior Vice President, Trust Counsel, and Director of Personal Trust for WSFS Bank and as President of Christiana Trust Company of Delaware, a WSFS Financial Corporation subsidiary. He received his J.D. and LL.M. in taxation from the Temple University Beasley School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Yale University.

Robert Matsko serves as Senior Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Manager. He received his bachelor’s from the University of Delaware and graduated with honors from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

Glen Outten serves as Senior Vice President, Commercial Relationship Manager. He received his bachelor’s in economics from the University of Delaware and is a graduate of the 2014 Class of Leadership Delaware.


Christina Weible serves as Senior Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Commercial Real Estate. She received her bachelor’s in Psychology/Business from Rowan University.


Chesapeake Utilities names assistant VPS.

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, Dover,  announced today the appointment of Kelley Parmer to Assistant Vice President of Customer Care for the Company and Jason Bennett to Assistant Vice President of the newly-created Operation Services team Chesapeake Utilities Corporation.

Parmer is responsible for overseeing the Company’s customer service teams, ensuring customers have their energy needs met. She is also responsible for all customer care functions throughout the company, focusing on continuous improvement of the overall customer experience.  Bennett will oversee the newly-created Operation Services team.  In this role, Bennett and his team will focus on streamlining and standardizing processes and systems for the distribution business while looking for additional continuous improvement opportunities across the Company.


Parmer earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Maryland Global Campus.

Bennett earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Management Information Systems from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Inteliquet promotes Tipps

Inteliquent, a Dover-based provider of intelligent technology, insights, and services for optimizing clinical trials and research, announced today the appointment of Tandy Tipps, Ph.D., to lead the company’s relationships and solutions development with healthcare organizations and cancer centers.


She will focus on advancing a site-centric approach to patient matching for clinical trials and precision medicine through a combination of powerful technology, analytics, and clinical research expertise. Tipps, who will serve as Inteliquet’s Senior Vice President, Healthcare Organizations Solutions, has more than 25 years of leading oncology clinical research initiatives and developing global research site networks.


CSC names Fisher to lead subsidiary

CSC announced that Dan Fisher, a corporate trust industry veteran with 35 years of experience, has joined its Global Financial Markets (GFM) division to lead CSC’s wholly-


owned subsidiary, Delaware Trust Company. In his new role, he will oversee and build upon CSC’s boutique offering of U.S. Capital Markets, Trust and Agency, and Independent Director services for a wide range of clients, including alternative asset managers and capital markets participants.

John McMahon named COO of Dewson Construction

John McMahon has been named Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Dewson Construction Company, Wilmington.

 Since joining Dewson in 1993, McMahon has worked in multiple capacities with ever-increasing responsibilities, including Field Manager, Project Manager, Estimator, Director of Operations, and Vice President.

New Castle County names chief admin officer.

New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer announced today that Erik Raser-Schramm will join the Meyer administration as deputy Chief Administration officer to oversee limiting the spread of COVID-19, protecting the most vulnerable, and working to build New Castle County back better. Raser-Schramm leaves his role as Chairman of the Delaware Democratic Party. 


Delaware Botanic Gardens announces board member.

Ray Sander, president of the Delaware Botanic Gardens, announced that William A. McAvoy has joined the DBG Board of Directors.

McAvoy, a native Delawarean, received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, with an emphasis on Botany and Vegetation Management from Delaware State University. He brings 30 years of experience studying the flora of Delaware and the Delmarva Peninsula. He has been a leader in documenting the flora of Delaware with a focus on rare plant species. Through the years, he has written many professional articles on the plant life and habitats of Delaware and the Delmarva Peninsula.

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Beebe Healthcare welcomes specialists.

Beebe Healthcare welcomed two new pulmonary specialists to join its pulmonary team.

Dr. Samih Raad is board certified in internal medicine and pulmonary medicine. He received his medical degree from the American University of Beirut before coming to the United States. He continued his studies and completed his residency at Indiana University Medical Center and his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center.

Dr. Ala Alkhatib is board certified in internal medicine and pulmonary medicine. He received his medical degree from the Jordan University of Science and Technology, School of Medicine, before coming to the United States, where he completed his residency at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Boston and his pulmonary and critical care fellowship at Tulane University in New Orleans.