Business briefs

January 14, 1999

AAA Southern Pennsylvania

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - AAA Southern Pennsylvania has welcomed Timothy D. Bacorn.

Bacorn has worked in the insurance industry for more than 30 years. He most recently served with Peoples Security Insurance Co. and has served with others supervising the hiring, training and production of marketing representatives.

Bacorn will provide auto, home, life, health, and estate planning services in the Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Pa., areas.

Smith Elliott Kearns & Co.

Smith Elliott Kearns & Co., LLC, Certified Public Accountants, have announced the addition of two staff members in the firm's Hagerstown office.

Terry T. Eisenhauer has joined the Audit Department as a manager. Eisenhauer is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants.


Also joining the Hagerstown office is Steven B. Young, who has 13 years accounting experience. He is a senior associate in the Accounting Services Department. Young is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants.

Weekenders USA

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Candi S. Rahn, of Waynesboro, an independent fashion coordinator and team leader with Weekenders USA, received Level 3 Incentive for both sales and sponsorship at the business' Fall Conference in Dallas.

She was one of 56 women from across the country to achieve Level 3 Incentive.

Weekenders is a direct and network marketing company that offers home shopping for women's fashions through private or hosted group presentations.


Shippensburg University

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - David Lovett and Roger Serr have assumed new duties at Shippensburg University as associate vice presidents for student affairs.

Lovett, a Gettysburg, Pa., native, joined Shippensburg in 1984 as assistant dean of admissions and was eventually promoted to director of counseling in 1995. He held the post until his recent appointment as acting associate vice president. Lovett supervises the Counseling Center, Etter Health Center, Career Development Center, Career Education Program and the Women's Center.

Serr joined the university in 1994 as dean of students, the post he held until his appointment as associate vice president for student affairs. Serr is responsible for the Students of Character project, alcohol and drug education issues, and student development issues. Prior to coming to Shippensburg, Serr was at Michigan State University for 10 years, where he served as assistant director of residence life.

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