Business briefs

December 15, 1999

The First National Bank of Greencastle

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Ten employees of The First National Bank of Greencastle received service awards recently at the annual bank Christmas party.

Each received shares of Tower Bancorp Inc., the bank's parent company.

They are Nancy Copenhaver, 30 years of service; Leatha Pensinger and Diana Traver, 25 years; Michele Wolff, Karen Wilson, and Dorothy Lenharr, 20 years; and Paulette Thomas, Teresa Barbuzanes, Dyann Chilcote, and Sandy Martin, 10 years of service.

Maryland State Police

FREDERICK, Md. - Cpl. George Stottlemeyer of the Maryland State Police Barrack in Frederick is being recognized for his efforts in retail crime investigation and apprehension.


Stottlemeyer will receive the award for the Western Maryland region from the Maryland Retailers Association at a luncheon on Feb. 4 in Baltimore.

He is also a candidate for the statewide award for retail crime investigation and apprehension.

Weiss Brothers of Hagerstown

Weiss Brothers of Hagerstown Inc. has announced its 1999 award winners.

Doug Sales, warehouse supervisor, has been named Employee of the Year for the second year in a row. He won the award for dedication and hard work beyond the job requirements.

David Brightbill won the Sales Rep of the Year award for his sales and profitability.

Cynthia Hayden, of Rubbermaid Commercial Care, won Weiss Brothers' Supplier Sales Rep of the Year award for her sales increase, successful workdays with Weiss Brothers sales reps, marketing efforts and enthusiasm.

Shurtape Technologies, represented by Russell Cauble, won the Best New Product Line award for new pressure sensitive box sealing tapes.

Weiss Brothers offers towels and tissues, janitorial supplies, industrial packaging, copy and computer paper, safety items and food service plastic and paper products.

Mackintosh Realtors

MT. AIRY, Md. - Mackintosh Realtors' Mt. Airy office recently announced its top sales associates for November.

Gary Frey was Top Producer, Bob Hilton earned Top Lister honors and Dave Bowman was recognized as Top Sales professional.

Synergy Therapeutic Massage Center

BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Debra A. Teich recently established a practice in Zen Shiatsu, acupressure therapy and reflexology at Synergy Therapeutic Massage Center in Blue Ridge Summit.

Teich was a practitioner at Boonsboro Wellness Center for four years.

She is certified by the American Oriental Bodywork Therapy Association and the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.

Facilities Maintenance

FREDERICK, Md. - Donald L. Pottieger Sr. will begin his term on the board of directors of the Building Service Contractors Association International in January.

The trade association of the building service industry represents more than 2,600 companies in the U.S. and 39 other countries.

Pottieger is president and CEO of Facilities Maintenance Inc., a building service contractor.


Hagerstown Community College has announced that Lieba J. Cohen has received the professional designation of Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Cohen, director of institutional advancement and executive director of the HCC Foundation, joins 4,127 professionals worldwide who hold the designation.

Standards include tenure in the profession, education, professional achievements, a commitment to serve not-for-profit organizations and a pledge to uphold the code of ethics and Donor Bill of Rights.

Menno Village

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Debbi Oberholzer, of Chambersburg, has been name employee of the month for December at Menno Village on Scotland Avenue in Chambersburg.

Oberholzer is the assistant director of nursing and has been with Menno Haven since September, 1997.

Society for Human Resource Management

The Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management will hold its monthly meeting today from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Airport Inn restaurant in Hagerstown.

The program will be "HR Ethics" presented by Jack Marshall, an attorney and consultant who specializes in human resources ethics.

For more information or reservations call Kim Wines at 301-733-5020 extension 255.

Frederick County Schools

FREDERICK, Md. - Michael D. Markoe has been appointed assistant principal at Gov. Thomas Johnson Middle School.

Markoe was a special education teacher at Monocacy Middle School for three years and has been school support teacher there for the past two years.

His appointment fills a vacancy created when Ted Luck took a position supervising Education That Is Multicultural and the Gifted & Talented Program.

Penn State Mont Alto

MONT ALTO, Pa. -Sheri Smith, of Baltimore, joined the Penn State Mont Alto staff in November as a resident hall coordinator/career services counselor.

Smith will supervise resident assistants, advise the Resident Hall Council, oversee resident hall assistants, advise the volunteer club and plan resident hall special events.

Smith will also work in the Career Services Center on the campus and provide career counseling to students.

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