Dilks has received a number of honors and recognitions for his work through the community. In 2011, he was appointed by Governor Tom Corbett to serve on the Pennsylvania Capitol Preservation Committee. In 2009, he received the Mayor’s award for "Distinguished Public Service” in honor of his work as board president of the Historic Harrisburg Association; and in 2008 he received the Mayor’s award for "Preservation Excellence" in honor of his work to restore and preserve the Horace McFarlands "Breeze Hill" mansion in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Seth Hughes of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania has been named director of Mowery’s Logistics Group. His primary responsibility will be the maintenance and expansion of Mowery’s market share of the logistics industry, including assisting with business development efforts and maintaining client relationships.
Hughes has more than 21 years of experience in the construction industry in a variety of roles, including tradesman, department manager and leadership positions. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University.
Hughes resides in Boiling Springs with his wife and three children. Being a sportsman, he enjoys camping, hunting and fishing. Much of his spare time is dedicated to supporting youth sports and coaching in his local community.