Riverwalk Center Adds Therapist
Chautauqua Physical and Occupational Therapy has hired Dr. Jamie Mangini.
With the addition of Dr. Mangini, the staff increases to 25 in the Riverwalk Center, 15 S. Main St., Jamestown.
Mangini is a 2015 Chatham University graduate with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree and a 2011 Bachelor of Science in Biology degree from Syracuse University. She is a Warren native.
“What I appreciate about my job is I love to see how the science of movement and exercise can positively impact a patient’s quality of life. I enjoy helping people overcome setbacks so that they can reach their goals and full potential,” Mangini said.
In her free time, Mangini enjoys painting, kayaking with family and friends and travel when she gets the chance. To schedule an appointment with Mangini, call 488-2322.
HBKS Adds Financial Advisor
HBKS Wealth Advisors has added Mark E. Manly to its Fredonia team as a financial advisor.
In his new position, Manly provides support for the principals in the Fredonia office, provides personal financial planning, protection planning, retirement income planning strategies, education funding and wealth preservation strategies for his clients.
Manly earned his Bachelor of Arts in sociology and education from the State University at Geneseo and his Masters in Business Administration from St. Bonaventure University.
HBKS Wealth Advisors is the wealth management business of HBK CPAs and Consultants. The company has 13 offices in Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey and Florida.
Truck-Lite Offering On Navistar Truck
FALCONER — Truck-Lite Co. LLC, a worldwide leader in heavy-duty lighting, wire harness and visibility systems, has achieved standard position on the International LT Series, an all-new heavy-duty offering from Navistar. New for the 2018 model year, the LT Series will feature three Truck-Lite components as standard equipment: the main mirror, located on the doors of the truck; the fender mirror, located on the hood of the truck; and halogen headlights. Truck-Lite’s custom LED headlights will be available as an upgrade.
“The LT Series from International was designed with drivers in mind,” said Craig Watrous, director of product engineering for Truck-Lite. “We’re proud that our mirror and lighting systems align with Navistar’s vision for safety and visibility.”
According to Mark Johnson, vice president of marketing for International Truck, the new LT Series “is our most driver-centric truck we’ve ever delivered to the market and we’re excited to partner with suppliers like Truck-Lite who help us build the kind of truck that drivers want to drive.”
Both the standard halogen and optional LED lighting systems will be manufactured at Truck-Lite’s corporate facility in Falconer.