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Brandon Smith Honored by Collision Repair Faculty


Brandon SmithThe collision repair department has selected Brandon Smith asits “Student of the Month” for October.

The honoree’s father ownsthe R.A. Smith& Sonscollision repair shop in York Springs, with 30 years’ experience.

“Brandon has been a very hard-working, serious and dedicated student and leader while pursuing his education here at Penn College,” said Stephen T. Duna, instructor of collision repair.

“Brandon came on board as one of our work-study students his first semester. Now in his third semester as a work-study, there is no sign of let-up on Brandon’s part,” he added. “The instructors in the collision repair and paint labs are confident that Brandon has ‘the real stuff’ and will be a huge success in business with his family or in business by himself.”

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