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Business people

September 18, 1998

The Longaberger Co.

The Longaberger Co. recently recognized sales associates from the Tri-State Area at his annual convention in Columbus, Ohio.

Donna Deitrich, of Waynesboro, Pa., was recognized as a National Sales Award winner for annual sales of more than $100,000; Mandy Sideras, of Chambersburg, Pa., Nancy Hambright, of Middletown, Md., and Linda Oakley and Linda Bowers, both of Hagerstown, were recognized as National Sales Award winners for annual sales of more than $75,000; Brenda McQuait, of Greencastle, Pa., was recognized as a National Sales Award winner for annual sales of more than $60,000; Candi Smith, of Smithsburg, and M. Regina Swope and Betsy Anderson, both of Hagerstown, were recognized as National Sales Award winners for annual sales of more than $45,000; and Nancy Perrow, of Greencastle, and Pat Kittel and Lori Miller, both of Hagerstown, were recognized as National Sales Award winners for annual sales of more than $35,000.

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Associates recognized as Sales Achievers for annual sales of more than $20,000 include Arlene Householder, of Martinsburg, W.Va.; Alverna St. John, of Middletown; Carolyn Wheeler, of Frederick, Md.; Mary Brown, of Williamsport; Barbara Harnish, Tina Taylor, and Diane Mickey, all of Greencastle; Krista Deneen, F. Jean Snyder and Diane Wolfensberger, all of Clear Spring; and Doreen Diehl, Shelly Payne, Cindy Sorensen, Robin Gillenwater and Linda Showalter, all of Hagerstown.

Longaberger associates sell baskets, pottery, dinnerware and other items through home shows.

ERA Penn 1st Realty

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Curt Trumpower, of ERA Penn 1st Realty, was recently recognized as agent of the month for July in the Greencastle Penn 1st office.

The award is given based on sales, listings sold, attendance at Realtor functions and continuing education classes completed.

Trumpower, a Greencastle-area resident, also got the award for April and May.

City Hospital

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - City Hospital has announced that Dr. Michael M. Rezaian has joined its medical staff.

Specializing in arthritis and rheumatology, Rezaian treats adults and children who have any of more than 100 different forms of arthritis such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and musculoskeletal disorders.

He also has a special interest in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.

Rezaian's office is at 107 Tavern Road.

United Way of Franklin County

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The United Way of Franklin County is gearing up for this year's campaign with a panel of community representatives named to lead the effort.

Serving as general chair for the campaign is Karen Shearer, an assistant vice president of Orrstown Bank.

Assisting in the campaign leadership are first vice-chair Elizabeth W. Eberts, in charge of the Pacesetter Campaign, and second vice chair John Massimilla, who will handle marketing for the campaign. Immediate past chair Lois Easton is responsible for cultivation of new business.

Captains named in the various divisions include James E. Fegan Jr. and Tom Shearer, Commercial Division; Steve Beck and John Boozer, Industrial Division; Edwin Sponseller, Education Division; Bonita Zehler, Health Care/Human Services Division; William Weagly, Special Gifts and Leadership Division; Pat Matthews, Professional Division; Marva Purvis and Mary Ellen Hess, Residential Division; and Carol Diller, Public Service Division. Sprint has donated the services of one of its employees, Barb Hafer, who will assist with employee campaigns at the various businesses.

This year's campaign goal is $724,000, which will go to 28 human service programs.

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