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Local professionals win "30 for the Future" awards

By Carol Biliczky

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Kelly Price, director of sales at Rockynol, a retirement community owned and operated by Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services, is one of 30 young professionals to receive "30 for the Future" awards from the Greater Akron Chamber. Others were: Magdi Awad, Northeast Ohio Medical University; Michael Chisnell, Sequoia Financial Group; Michael Dalton, Summa Health System; Krista Dobronos, Westfield Bank; Sam Falletta, Incept; Matthew Geis, Kent State; April Hamey, Fresh Prospective - Business Development Solutions; Ryan Henary, FedEx Custom Critical; Kyle Kutuchief, Austen BioInnovation Institute; Anthony Lancianese, ClearPath Home Health; Kara Lewis, Winslow Asset Management; Tucker Marshall, the Reserve Group; Michele McCarroll, Summa Health System; John P. Miller, Miller's Rentals and Sales; Jonathon Morschl, Four Points Architectural Services; Leianne Neff Heppner, Summit County Historical Society; Jon Oldham, Oldham Kramer; Brian Peterson, GPD Group; Brian Pollak, JBS Financial Services; Caleb Porter, the University of Akron; Melissa Reed, Cohen and Co.; Tara Regan, Akron Urban League; John Rovnak, Wells Fargo Advisors; Joe Swiatkowski, Hickory Harvest Foods, Dr. Amy Tucker, Akron General Medical Center; Jason Tuma, BCG and Co.; Jason Weigand, Buckingham, Doolittle and Burroughs; and Valerie Wolford, city of Green. The award honors young professionals between the ages of 25 and 39.