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College Hires Associate VP for Business Affairs/Controller

Suzanne T. StopperPennsylvania College of Technology has hired Suzanne T. Stopper as associate vice president for business affairs/controller.

Stopper, who begins her duties Sept. 6, will be the chief accounting officer for Penn College, administering all accounting, financial record-keeping, cash management and investment, and budget functions. She will serve as a member of President’s Council and participate in college Governance and planning activities.

She has been employed by Susquehanna Health System and its predecessor institution, The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center, since 1992, holding the positions of assistant controller, finance and budgets; administrative director/controller, general accounting; acting chief financial officer; and, since July 2002, vice president/controller.

Previously, she was employed by Woodlands Bank as vice president and controller; by The Williamsport Hospital and Medical Center as accounting manager; by the First National Bank of Danville as vice president and controller; and by Parente, Randolph, Orlando, Carey and Associates, PC as a staff accountant.

Stopper graduated magna cum laude from Lycoming College in 1983, earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She is a certified public accountant and holds professional memberships in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

She resides in Williamsport with her husband, David, and their five children.

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