Business briefs

November 18, 1998

Maryland State Dental Association

FREDERICK, Md. - Dr. Arnold G. McGreevy, of Frederick, has been elected president of the Maryland State Dental Association for a one-year term.

He took office during the association's annual convention held in conjunction with the Chesapeake Dental Conference in Ocean City, Md.

Also, Dr. Vincent DiFabio, of Frederick, received a special Certificate of Appreciation during the association's annual meeting. He was recognized for outstanding service to the public, the profession and the association.

Citicorp Credit Services

The Information Systems Technology Department at Citicorp Credit Services Inc. near Hagerstown has recognized Griselda Mejia-Sandoval for winning September's Information Services Outstanding Performance Award.


She won the IST Rules Leader Award for her efforts in the Y2K certification of the collections system.

Plastic Surgery and Hand Center

Plastic Surgery and Hand Center at Robinwood Medical Center has announced the winners of a free Halloween Blue Peel.

They are Micke Brown, Donna Rohrer, Linda Moats, Gloria Schlotterbeck, Alice Grumbine, Sarah DeBaugh, Linda Hanna, Dr. Martin Gallagher and Cathy Gipe.

A one-layer Blue Peel, valued at $250, was offered by Dr. Salvatore DiMercurio in a drawing for all employees at the Robinwood Medical Center and to people who attended the center's fall skin care program.

The Obagi Blue Peel removes thin surface layers of aged and damaged skin.

Ravenwood Lutheran Village

A board member of the Mid-Atlantic Non-Profit Health and Housing Association has been named executive director of Ravenwood Lutheran Village in Hagerstown.

Garret A. Falcone, a former chair and a member of the association's board of directors since 1992, replaces Melissa Hadley.

Hadley has been named executive director of Tressler Management Solutions, a new program within Tressler Lutheran Services, the agency that owns and operates Ravenwood Lutheran Village.

Falcone, a native of New Jersey and a licensed nursing home administrator in Maryland and New York, began his work in long-term care as a registered respiratory therapist.

Frank Kennedy Ford

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Frank Kennedy Ford, a new and used car dealer, has pledged a minimum of 50 prepared Thanksgiving dinners to be donated to needy families for the upcoming holiday.

The campaign, Feed a Family, is being conducted in conjunction with the Middletown Valley Food Bank.

The dealership launched the challenge within its sales department and plans to donate a complete Thanksgiving dinner for each car sold at the dealership prior to November 26.


Dacor Lighting and Cabinetry

After nine years in the lighting and cabinetry business, Stan and Debra Valentine have retired and sold Dacor Lighting and Cabinetry to Jay Brechbiel, a salesman and manager with the company.

Brechbiel, of Greencastle, Pa., worked for the Valentines for three years.

Dacor plans to continue offering the same quality lighting, cabinetry and service and also to sponsor free do-it-yourself seminars on indoor and outdoor lighting, planning a remodeling project, cabinetry and other topics.

Dacor will be also be publishing its own Home Improvement publication.

Menno Village

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Cindy Hartman, of Chambersburg, has been named employee of the month for November at Menno Village on Scotland Avenue in Chambersburg.

Hartman, the director of nursing, has been with Menno Village for one year.

Hagerstown Goodwill Industries

Hagerstown Goodwill Industries Inc. has announced personnel changes.

Rebecca Wenger was promoted from communications and development specialist to manager of fund development.

Stephanie Stone has returned to full-time work as manager of quality assurance.

Heidi Shawen was named deputy director for community business services.

Christopher Gloyd was named manager of human resources.

Gregory R. Evans was named manager of marketing and communications.

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