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Chambersburg Chamber honors Hull

December 03, 2009

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- The Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce named Michael G. Hull its 2009 Business Person of the Year on Thursday at the Chamber's annual Business Breakfast.

Hull is the president and principal-in-charge of Noelker and Hull Associates Inc., Chambersburg. He was chosen for the honor because of his business and charitable contributions to the community, according to a Chamber news release.

He received the award at Wilson College from Steve Caldwell, chairman of the Chamber's board of directors, before about 150 members of the Chamber.

A graduate of Chambersburg Area Senior High School and Carnegie Mellon University, Hull is the second generation to lead the architectural firm established by his father, John Hull, and business partner Harold Noelker, in 1957. He joined Noelker and Hull in 1984 and assumed the firm's leadership in 1993. He is a licensed architect in 18 states.

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"I'm honored to be recognized in the community I serve," Hull said in the release. "The greater Chambersburg area has so much to offer south central Pennsylvania and the state as a whole, and I'm proud to have played a part in its development."

Under his direction, Noelker and Hull has grown from a small regional practice with a staff of 15 to a national, full-service firm of 40 architects, technical specialists and support personnel serving clients across Pennsylvania and the nation. He has been involved in hundreds of successful projects and the firm has received numerous awards for design excellence. His work includes projects at The Culinary Institute of America in New York, Pennsylvania State University and the Fleet Landing Community Center in Florida, according to the release.

Examples of his architectural contributions in Franklin County can be seen at The Capitol Theatre Center, Chambersburg Area School District, Chambersburg and Waynesboro hospitals, Luther Ridge Retirement Community and Menno Haven Retirement Communities, according to the release.

He is a supporter of the Capitol Theatre, the Council for the Arts and Totem Pole Playhouse, and also such organizations as the United Way of Franklin County and the Rotary Club of Chambersburg, the release states.

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