HARRISBURG – Five new members have joined the HACC Foundation board of directors, including Stephen Dailey, MD; Douglas Heineman CRB, CRS, GRI, CSP, QSC; Gerald Robinson, Esq.; Randy Tice, PE; and H. Ralph Vartan, MBA.
In addition to serving as the “eyes and ears” of the foundation in the communities that HACC serves, board members are stewards of it’s endowment, said Jayne Abrams, executive director of institutional advancement and the HACC Foundation.
Dailey is an orthopedic surgeon with the Orthopedic Institute of Pennsylvania, Camp Hill. A graduate of Jefferson Medical College, Dailey completed his residency at St. Luke’s Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio, and a fellowship in hand and upper extremity surgery at SUNY-Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, N.Y.
He is a Fellow in the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He also is an active member of the Pennsylvania Medical Society and the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Society.
Heineman is the owner of B-H Agency Real Estate, Carlisle, where he is a broker, Realtor, and certified residential appraiser.
Actively involved in his community, Heineman has served as a Carlisle Borough councilman, a former member and president of the Carlisle Board of Realtors, a former member and president of Carlisle Area School District board of directors, and as a member of the Carlisle Area Industrial Development Corporation.
Heineman earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Pennsylvania State University and has obtained numerous credentials in real estate disciplines.
Robinson is the managing partner of Robinson & Geraldo, Harrisburg, where he concentrates his efforts in business development.
An active community participant, he has served on many non-profit boards, including The Urban League of Lancaster County, The National Urban League, The March of Dimes, Southeast Lancaster Health Services, Heinz-Menaker Senior Center of Harrisburg, and NAACP of Greater Harrisburg.
Robinson is a graduate of Howard University and Howard University School of Law. He is a member of the Dauphin and Lancaster County Bar Associations and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Tice is chairman of the board of APR Supply Company, Lebanon, a family-owned HVACR and plumbing distributor. An advisor to the Lebanon Valley Division of Fulton Bank, Tice also serves as president of the Annville Rotary and on the board of directors of the Lebanon American Heart Association.
A Penn State University graduate, Tice holds the Professional Engineer designation. He is on the board of directors and is a former chairman of North American Technician Excellence, a nonprofit certification program for HVACR technicians.
Vartan is chairman of the Vartan Group Inc., Harrisburg, a real estate investment company. Vartan serves on the board of directors of Harrisburg Young Professionals, Penn State Harrisburg, and Market Square Concerts. He also serves on Harrisburg University’s HAA Steering Committee and the Harrisburg Symphony Artistic Advisory Committee.
Vartan earned a bachelor’s degree in music at Westminster Choir College and a master’s degree in business administration from Penn State University Smeal College of Business.