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Business briefs

July 09, 1999

Morgan Financial Group of West Virginia/ Martin & Seibert

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Henita Slonaker, long term care specialist with Morgan Financial Group of West Virginia; and Brad Snowden, attorney with the law firm of Martin & Seibert L.C.; will conduct a free, two-hour seminar on how to maximize financial resources for a quality life in elder years.

The seminar, "Taking the Mystery Out of Financing Your Long Term Care," will be held on July 17 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Holiday Inn in Martinsburg.

For reservations call 1-304-263-0854.

Macintosh Realtors

FREDERICK, Md. - Jill Dumas recently joined the residential sales team at Macintosh Realtors' Frederick office.

Dumas has 18 years of sales and public relations experience.

She and her family are currently stationed with the Naval Support Facility at Camp David and have decided to retire in the Frederick County area.

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Richard L. Bowers

Real estate appraiser Richard L. Bowers, with an office at 1928 Dual Highway in Hagerstown, has completed Course 702-Condemnation Appraising, Advanced Topics and Applications in Orlando, Fla.

The course was presented by the Appraisal Institute, of which Bowers is a member.

He has 34 years experience in eminent domain work in Washington County and the Tri-State area.

The Herald-Mail Co.

Jennifer Runion, of Martinsburg, W.Va., has been named accounting director of The Herald-Mail Co.

Runion has been with The Herald-Mail since November of 1996.

She was hired as a part-time cashier and moved to a full-time position in the accounting department one month later.

Runion was later promoted to accounting manager, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the department.

Shippensburg University

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Three educators and a business executive are recipients of the 1999 Jesse S. Heiges Distinguished Alumnus Award from Shippensburg University.

The recipients are Daniel J. Amick, Diana E. Beecher, Raymond C. Sawyer and Donald J. Zeigler.

The Heiges Award was established in 1959 through gifts from Ralph Heiges and Jesse G. Heiges to honor their father, Shippensburg's first dean of instruction from 1901 to 1934

Amick is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Beecher is senior vice president and CIO of Commercial Lines, Travelers Property Casualty Corp.

Sawyer is a professor of theater and playwriting program director at Clemson University.

Zeigler is a professor of geography at Old Dominion University.

EHS Services

MONROVIA, Md. - The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has selected EHS Services Inc. of Monrovia to provide safety training to 70 DEA safety officers in the U.S. and in Central and South America.

The two and one-half day training programs will include sessions on safety and health issues that the safety officers confront at their duty stations such as life safety, bloodborne diseases, hazardous materials management and the use of personal protective equipment. The training helps DEA personnel comply with Occupational Safety and Health Act requirements, National Fire Protection Association guidelines and DEA policies and procedures.

EHS specializes in environmental, health and safety services for law enforcement organizations.

Beall, Garner, Screen & Geare

WOLFESVILLE, Md. - Beall, Garner, Screen & Geare, a Century Business Services Company, has promoted Richard L. Harshman II to regional vice president.

Harshman, of Wolfsville, will oversee the management and expansion of the services offered by Century Business Services and BGS&G in Hagerstown, Frederick, Md., Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

He first joined BGS&G in 1997 as a senior benefits consultant and manager of the firm's Hagerstown office.

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