Business people

July 24, 1998

Kevin S. Staubs

Kevin S. Staubs, formerly of Hagerstown, has been nominated and accepted into membership in the Screen Producers Association of Australia.

Acceptance is the highest honor in the Australian film and television industry.

Wright's Stained Glass

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Wright's Stained Glass of Martinsburg marked its 10th anniversary in business on July 1.

The company has continued to grow, adding a second store at the Blue Ridge Outlet Center, as well as continuing the studio/shop on Stephen Street.


The Roxbury Correctional Institution's Employee of the Month for July is Beth Phillips, agency buyer I.

Phillips is being given the award for her performance in the purchasing department for the Hagerstown Correctional Complex.

Phillips' workload has increased substantially due to staff shortages, but her quality of work remains high.


Washington County Board of Social Services

The Washington County Board of Social Services installed three new members at its recent annual dinner.

Jim Gifford, Frederica Erath and Michael Zampelli were appointed to three year terms by the Washington County Commissioners.

Gifford has been president of Hagerstown Business College since 1993.

Erath and her husband own Eastcoast Hardwood Veneers in Hagerstown.

Zampelli is vice president of operations for Antietam Health Services and a certified public accountant.

Grove Worldwide

SHADY GROVE, Pa. - Ted J. Bratthauar has been promoted to senior vice president of global procurement for Grove Worldwide. In his new job Bratthauar, of Hagerstown, will lead all of Grove's procurement activities and be responsible for all commercial aspects of inbound and outbound traffic programs.

Also, James A. Haugh has been appointed manager of plant engineering at Grove Worldwide. Haugh will be responsible for maintenance, repairs, new construction, and utilities at Grove facilities in Shady Grove, Chambersburg, Pa., and Quincy, Pa. He joined Grove in 1974 and has served in several manufacturing management positions, most recently as chief facilities engineer.

Old South Mountain Inn

BOONSBORO - Michael M. Stup has joined the staff of the Old South Mountain Inn in Boonsboro.

Stup has experience in public relations as leader of a musical group, Damion and the Classics, and as director of a performing arts theatre.

Shepherd College

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - John Law, of Pittsburgh, has been appointed assistant professor of biology at Shepherd College.

Law recently served as assistant professor of human genetics and director of the Departmental DNA Sequencing Core Facility at the University of Pittsburgh.

Essroc Cement

FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick Plant of Essroc Cement recently received a 1997 Letter of Recognition for Safety Improvement from the Portland Cement Association during the Safety Award Ceremony at the Cement Industry 40th Annual Technical Conference.

The letter was for Major Safety Improvement Recognition - 50-75 percent Incidence Rate Improvement.

Frederick County Public Schools

FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick County Public Schools' Graphic Designer Jose Rosapepe recently won national recognition for his work in designing publicity posters for school programs.

The National School Public Relations Association conferred the 1998 Award of Excellence upon Rosapepe's All-County Band, Orchestra and Chorus poster.

In addition, his design for the Youth Art Month Poster won an honorable mention.

Bitner-Henry Insurance Agency

Steve Henry, president of Bitner-Henry Insurance Agency Inc. in Hagerstown, was named the top agent in the country by Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company for the month of May.

It was the second consecutive month he received the honor.

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