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Whitemyer Advertising Inc. of Zoar has been chosen as the agency of record for JLG Industries Inc. and will be responsible for creating marketing communications programs and materials.

United National Bank & Trust Co. is renovating its 34th Street financial center. In addition to remodeling the interior, the bank will be equipped with a new client service counter and a remote teller system.

Stark County Regional Planning Commission is accepting applications from small businesses for its Micro-Enterprise Loan Program. The program offers loans of up to $10,000 to owners of qualified Stark County businesses. Contact the Stark County Regional Planning Commission at (330) 451-7402 for more information.

Transitions

The Will-Burt Co., Orville, has named Andrea Russell marketing communications specialist for its Mast and Lighting Division.

Marlite, of Dover, has promoted Don Froelich to senior vice president of finance and administration, Dan Delehanty to vice president of sales for North America and Steve Davis to vice president of marketing.

Jill Lifer has been named assistant treasurer of Johnson Brothers Rubber Co. of West Salem. Lifer joined the company in 1996 as a staff accountant.

Thomas H. Yu has been named vice president of engineering at The Hoover Co. of North Canton. He will oversee the department that researches, designs and tests products.

Loree Beeching has been promoted to assistant branch manager of Cambridge Home Health Care‘s Canton office.

To submit notices of business expansions, additions and moves, and management-level transitions, write: Editor, SBN Magazine, 84 W. Bowery Street, Akron, OH 44308; or fax: (330) 535-6491