Here is an overview of the business news from the Mahoning Valley


Also among today’s trade updates: Buy Black Expo; Gray earth; and Lordstown Motors Corp.

CANFIELD – Brandon Pluchinsky has become a mortgage consultant with Farmers National Bank.

Pluchinsky, who began his career at Farmers in February 2020 as a credit analyst and recently joined the Mortgage team, will work with clients located at the bank’s primary location, 20 S. Broad St.

Pluchinsky graduated from Youngstown State University, where he obtained his master’s degree in accounting.

“Brandon is a fantastic addition to our Farmers National Bank home mortgages team,” said Michael Marzich, vice president and director of consumer and mortgage lending, in a press release. “His dedication to helping clients access homeownership makes him a great choice for our clients. “

Event to help support local black businesses

WARREN – Delta Sigma Theta Inc., Youngstown Alumnae Chapter, will be hosting a Buy Black exhibit from 11 am to 3 pm today at 5 Grands Boutique, 164 High St. NE.

The event is part of Delta Sigma Theta, the Midwest Impact Day of Service of the Youngstown Alumnae Chapter. The goal of the event is to encourage the community to support local black businesses.

Greyland hosting Green From Gray Warehouse Sale

YOUNGSTOWN – Greyland is holding its Green From Gray warehouse sale at its warehouse, 944 W. Rayen Ave., from 10 am to 5 pm today and Sunday, and October 22-24.

Thousands of items are for sale, including pottery, antique wooden tables, albums, clothing and local souvenirs.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit MyPath Mahoning Valley.

In a press release, owner Rocco Sait said it’s time to liquidate some of the retailer’s massive collection to make room for new purchases, and he’s ready to close some business.

For more information, call Sait at 330-707-5689.

Lordstown Motors appoints Adam Kroll as CFO

LORDSTOWN – Lordstown Motors Corp. announced this week that its board of directors has elected Adam B. Kroll as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective October 25.

Kroll will replace Rebecca Roof, interim CFO who will remain with the company in a transition role until December 31.

Kroll has nearly 25 years of experience in finance, operations and capital markets. Previously, he was an investment banker at JP Morgan, specializing in the automotive industry.

He has also served as Administrative Director for Hyzon Motors, Interim CFO for UPG Enterprises and Senior Vice President of Finance for PSAV Holdings.

“I am very happy to welcome Adam to our management team,” said Dan Ninivaggi, CEO of LMC, in a press release. “His in-depth understanding of the automotive industry and experience in financial operations and strategy will have an immediate impact as we focus on bringing our Endurance van to market and concluding our recently announced partnership with Hon Hai. Technology Group. [Foxconn]. “

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