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Business briefs

March 27, 1999

Staples Distribution Center

The Staples Distribution Center on Hopewell Road in Hagerstown has announced several promotions and new associates

Mike Lowe was promoted to team manager from receiving supervisor.

Cliff Brisentine was promoted to maintenance supervisor from maintenance coordinator.

Karen Conrad was promoted to full case supervisor from full case coordinator.

Amy Myers was promoted to human resources supervisor from training specialist.

Randy Stotler was promoted to bulk/floor supervisor from shipping coordinator.

Associates promoted to coordinator include Julie Hamil, breakpack; Linda Marr, receiving put-away; Judy Courtney, breakpack replenishment; Sharon Lonsdale, shipping coordinator; Randy Hess, breakpack; Jim Langevin, breakpack replenishment; Bobby Heckman, receiving put-away; Debra Toms, breakpack; Patrick Dockeney, receiving put-away; Cindy Sobus, flow; and Dawn Lemaster, customer service.

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Staples is also welcoming two associates to the Hagerstown area. Ed Sebold, facilities manager, previously worked for General Plumbing Supply in Edison, NJ. Jeff Lubarsky, shipping supervisor as of April 5, previously worked for Caldor Distribution Center in Westfield, MA.

Hoffman's Quality Meats and Catering

Donald Hoffman, president of Hoffman's Quality Meats and Catering, was a guest speaker recently at the S. Dillon Ripley Center of the Smithsonian Institute.

The all-day seminar was organized by Allison Engel and Margaret Engle, authors of "Food Finds: America's Best Local Foods and the People Who Produce Them."

Hoffman spoke on what it takes to produce championship smoked meat products.

The Herald-Mail Co.

Alisa Smith has been promoted to circulation office manager for The Herald-Mail Co. Smith joined the company in 1995 and has worked in various capacities in the circulation department, most recently as systems manager.

Joey Carl has been hired as an outside sales representative for the company. Carl has worked for Fitzgerald Auto Mall, Kay Jewelers and CellularOne.

The company has also hired Al Ditzel and Tanya Rinehart for part-time positions in the newsroom. Ditzel will serve as a sports copy editor, while Rinehart will act as editorial assistant.

The Herald-Mail has also announced that University of Maryland students Greg Simmons, Erin Heath and Brianne Warner have been hired to summer reporter internships.

Joining the company as part-time inserters in the mailroom are Nina Petty, Keith Boddy, Rickie Holman, Lynne Yonker and Joey Guyer.

Rebel Edleblute has been named Employee of the Month for April. Edleblute, a part-time sales representative in the classified advertising department, has been with The Herald-Mail since June 1997.

Longaberger Co.

Longaberger sales consultant Anne Hott, of Williamsport, recently attended Longaberger Across America '99, a one-day networking event throughout the country including Baltimore.

The event included company updates, new product information, testimonials from Longaberger sales consultants, training sessions, recognition and product displays.

It was hosted jointly by the company and its independent sales directors.

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA

O'Conor, Piper & Flynn ERA has announced its top associates for 1998.

SuZanne Glocker, of the Hagerstown office, received the 1998 Listing Associate award for having the highest number of listings during the calendar year. She has won the award two years in a row.

Glocker also received the 1998 Transaction Associate award for having the highest number of settled sales units for the calendar year.

Chambersburg Hospital

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Carolyn Clouser, administrative secretary, finance, is Chambersburg Hospital's March Employee of the Month.

Clouser, of Chambersburg, was nominated by her colleagues.

She joined the hospital in 1991.

City Financial

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - City Financial Corp. has announced that C. William Hammond has been named financial consultant for the Martinsburg office and he is now licensed to offer full-service brokerage products.

Hammond's office is at the Winchester Avenue office of Blue Ridge Bank in Martinsburg. City Financial Corp. is a full-service brokerage affiliate of the bank.

Menno Village

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Denton "Denny" Hartman, of Greencastle, Pa., recently joined Menno Village in Chambersburg as director of Walden.

The Walden Place program helps people with Alzheimer's and other diseases that impair cognitive functioning and lessen the patient's ability to manage daily living tasks.

Previously, Hartman was director of professional services at San Mar Inc. in Boonsboro, where he administered a group home for adolescent girls and a Treatment Foster Care Program for boys and girls.

City Hospital

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - City Hospital has announced that Dr. Paul M. Julien has joined the staff as its newest ear, nose and throat specialist.

His special interests include ear surgery; sleep apnea; sinus endoscopy; pediatric ear, nose and throat treatment; surgery under awake sedation; and pathology of the salivary glands.

Julien's practice is 109 Tavern Road.

Loiederman Associates

FREDERICK, Md. - Loiederman Associates, a land planning, survey and engineering firm, has announced the appointment of Michael T. Wiley as associate and director of client relations in its Frederick office.

Wiley has more than 12 years experience in design, coordination and management of land development and public works projects.

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