Business briefs

August 13, 1999

Shippensburg Family Practice

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Dr. Howard M. Lebow has joined Shippensburg Family Practice in Shippensburg.

Before coming to the area, Lebow practiced as a family physician at the Lewis-Gale Clinic in Salem, Va., and served as the medical director at Richfield Nursing Center.

Chamber of Commerce of Frederick County

The Chamber of Commerce of Frederick County is gearing up for the 1999 Business Expo set for Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m at the FSK Holiday Inn.

The business-to-business trade show provides information on Frederick County's business resources and lets local entrepreneurs showcase their products and services. Business seminars are also planned.


Applications for booth space are being accepted until Aug. 20.

For an application or information call the chamber at 1-301-662-4164, or event coordinator Bonnie Schultz at Basic Business Solutions, or 1-410-775-2464.

Occupational Health Associates

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Dr. Charles Morris, of Middletown, Md., was recently appointed medical director of Occupational Health Associates, an affiliate of Summit Health.

Also, Registered Nurse Constance E. Clark, of Chambersburg, was recently named the new office manager of Occupational Health Associates. Clark previously provided nursing care for work-related injuries and illnesses at Fort James Corporation in Chambersburg.

Reeders Memorial Home

BOONSBORO - Bessie Tucker has been chosen employee of the month for August at Reeders Memorial Home.

She has been employed as a nursing assistant on the 3-11 shift for 71/2 years.

Home Builders Association of Washington County

Debi Turpin, executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of Washington County, recently attended a six-day seminar in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, for executive officers affiliated with National Association of Home Builders and its executive officers council.

Turpin taught classes at the seminar on designing Web sites and newsletters.

Citizens National Bank of Southern Pennsylvania

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - John R. Rotz recently joined Citizens National Bank of Southern Pennsylvania as executive vice president.

Rotz, of St. Thomas, Pa., is responsible for all segments of the loan division.

As an executive officer, he will play an instrumental role in the overall management of the bank.

Trailer Enterprises

M.H. Eby Inc. has named the winners of its Dealer Sales Achievement Awards.

The President's Award for achieving unit volume goals was presented to Trailer Enterprises in Hagerstown, a two-year winner.

The awards were presented at the recent 1999 Eby Dealer meeting in Columbus, Ohio.

ERA Penn 1st Realty

ERA Penn 1st Realty's Agents of the Month for July were Karen Starr, Harold Bricker, Diane Hammond, Brenda Bodner, Wayne Peiffer and Jean Rosenberger based on new listings, customer satisfaction reports, sales and referrals and attendance at real estate meetings and workshops.

Starr and Bricker work from Penn 1st's Greencastle office at 25 S. Antrim Way, Hammond and Bodner are from the Chambersburg office at 999 Lincoln Way East and Peiffer and Rosenberger work from the Waynesboro office at 1814 E. Main St.

Christian Caine Jewelers

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The staff of Christian Caine Jewelers has returned from Paris, where they celebrated the first anniversary of their design studio.

In addition to designing jewelry for the store in Shepherdstown, the studio caters to clients requesting special design projects.

ERA Liberty Realty

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - ERA Liberty Realty in Martinsburg has announced the addition of Bob Burkhart as a new sales associate in the Martinsburg office.

Burkhart retired from the Corning plant near Martinsburg in 1996 after 36 years of service.


Hagerstown Community College has appointed new instructors to its credit division of instruction.

Adel Halli has joined the faculty as assistant professor of chemistry, Paula Kessler was hired as an assistant professor of mathematics and Suzannah Moran has been hired as a geography instructor.

Frederick County Department of Aging

FREDERICK, Md. - Carolyn True, assistant director of the Frederick County Department of Aging and acting director since the retirement of Patricia Throne earlier this year, has been named director.

True has been assistant director since 1997, overseeing the agency's daily operation and fiscal and budgetary administration.

She also oversees the ombudsman program for the county and is public guardian for people over 65 years old.


Celeste V. Snavely, wardrobe consultant for Doncaster, has been recognized for superior sales in the Middle Pennsylvania District.

Snavely, in her first season with the company, was ranked 316th out of the its top 500 consultants.

Consultants show Doncaster's designer collections through in-home shows and portfolio presentations.

Snavely began her association with Doncaster in March and recently added a partner, Janis Stannert of Chambersburg.

The team has also been recognized for total number of pieces sold this season as well as the lowest percentage of returns in the district.

Summit Health

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Registered nurse Dianne L. Myers, director of the Care Coordination Department for Summit Health and Chambersburg Hospital, was recently nominated and approved for National Gerontological Nursing Association Fellowship Status.

Myers will be recognized as an NGNA fellow at the group's national convention Oct. 15-17.

NGNA fellows are recognized for significant contributions to gerontological nursing and the association as well as excellence in the care of older adults.

Previously Myers was the gerontology clinical nurse specialist for Chambersburg Hospital.

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