Change in Leadership and Additions to Board of Directors Brings New Energy and Opportunity to Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center

(LANCASTER, Pa.) – Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce new appointments to the Board of Directors Executive Team and new additions to the Board:

Elaine H. Box, Owner, The Little Gym of Lancaster, and member of the Schreiber Pediatric Board of Directors since 2007, has been elected Chairman of the Board. Serving a two-year term, Box will oversee development of the Board and Schreiber Pediatric, as well as oversee the Center’s community mission.

Joining Box in leading the Board will be Jon Hill, Residential Mortgage Banker, Susquehanna Bank, as First Vice Chair; Brian Hartz, Owner, HARTZ Physical Therapy, as Second Vice Chair; Carol Roland, Partner, Trout, Ebersole & Groff, LLP, as Treasurer; and Carolyn Carlson, President, Horizon Healthcare Services, as Secretary.

Following are new additions to the Board; all serving three-year terms:

Scott Bacon is the Director of Business Development at CENTRIA. Bacon holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University and a Master of Business Administration from St. Joseph’s University. He and his wife, Beth, live in Lancaster and have four children.

Daniel Day is the Regional Vice President of Sales at Coventry/HealthAmerica/Aetna. A graduate of Ursinus College, Day has worked in the healthcare industry for over twenty years. He and his wife, Jill, reside in Lancaster with their two sons.

Ken Eshleman, CFP®, is the President and Chief Operating Officer at EHD Advisory. Eshleman holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University and a Master of Business Administration from Lebanon Valley College. He has worked in the financial industry for over 22 years.

Todd Frick is the Manufacturing Manager at Clair Brothers in Manheim. Frick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Economics from Millersville University. He and his wife, Lynn, live in Lancaster with their two sons.

Ryan Grube, Area Manager at Drayer Physical Therapy Institute, holds a Masters in Kinesiology from Penn State University and a Masters in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University. Grube lives in Manheim with his wife, Amy, and two daughters.

Kendall Hunsicker is the Vice President of Healthcare Services at Willow Valley Communities. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management from York College, then went on to earn a Master of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame. Hunsicker lives in Lititz with her husband, Ron.

L. John Jabour is the Vice President of Information Systems and Chief Information Officer at Ephrata Community Hospital. He has a Masters in Leadership and Information Technology from Duquesne University and has worked in his professional industry for 28 years. He and his wife, Robin, live in Lancaster with their three children.

Pamela Bazella Naumann is a Principal and a Shareholder of Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz and has more than 30 years of public accounting experience. Naumann received her certification in Accounting from Franklin & Marshall College and went on to graduate with honors from Lebanon Valley College, receiving a Bachelors degree in Accounting and Business Administration. She and her husband, Lou, live in Lancaster.

Cheryl Tierney, MD, MPH is a Developmental Pediatrics Associate Professor at Hershey Medical Center. She completed medical school at Tufts University in Boston and her pediatric residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She completed Fellowships in Health Services Research, where she received her Masters of Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health, as well as Behavior and Developmental Pediatrics, in 2002. She currently lives in Hummelstown with her three children.

chreiber Pediatric Rehab Center is a nationally recognized non-profit organization that provides physical, occupational and speech-language therapy, as well as educational and recreational programs, for thousands of children in Central Pennsylvania living with congenital and acquired disabilities, and developmental delays.