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Business briefs

January 25, 2001

Business briefs



Menno Village


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Registered Nurse Jan Darr of Newville, Pa., has been named Employee of the Month for January at Menno Village.

Darr, who has worked at the retirement community on Scotland Avenue in Chambersburg since 1998, is the facility's case manager.

Shepherd College


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College has named Rachel A. Schipper director of Scarborough Library.

The director oversees 13 staffers, the overall planning and management of all library operations and a separate media services unit.

She will also guide the library through an expansion project that will more than double the size of the existing building.

Schipper, of of Palm Bay, Fla., has been assistant director of information services at Florida Institute of Technology since 1993.

WAFY-FM Key 103.1


FREDERICK, Md. - WAFY-FM Key 103.1 has announced that Brian K. Unger is joining the radio station as marketing director.

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Unger has more than 13 years experience in the local broadcast market.

He will fill the position vacated by Rob Marmet when Marmet became general manager.

Chambersburg Hospital


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Deb Miller, educational resource specialist, was Chambersburg Hospital's Employee of the Month in December.

Miller, of Chambersburg, was nominated by her colleagues.

Hagerstown Paint and Glass

Hagerstown Paint and Glass Co. recently recognized employees for their accomplishments in 2000.

Employees receiving tenure awards include Steve Mullendore, 30 years; Terry Delouney and Tim Palkovitz, 10 years; and Geremy House, Bob Hewitt, Nancy Bivens, Donna Forrest, Chester Yoder and Mark Rohrer, five years.

Pete Garlitz received an Achievement Award recognizing outstanding performance.

Steve Mullendore was named Top Revenue Producer and Jake Cline received the Safety Award.

Long & Foster Real Estate


The Hagerstown Long & Foster office has announced that Rick Baker was top producer and top seller with a sales volume of $612,500 and Debbie Whitmore was the top lister and tied with Joan Schupp as the agent with the most new listings during December.

Also, the Martinsburg Long & Foster office has announced that Kay Potter was top producer with a sales volume of $655,000 and Butch Cazin was the top lister, top seller and the agent with the most new listings during December.

Eden Pines Assisted Living


Kathleen Shubert was named Employee of the Year at Eden Pines Assisted Living in Hagerstown.

She also won the Steady Eddie and Florence Nightingale awards.

Other awards included Janet McClucas, best dressed; Debbie Burker, Miss Congeniality; and Debbie Holmes, M.V.P.

Citizens National Bank of Southern Pennsylvania


Susan Himes has joined Citizens National Bank of Southern Pennsylvania as a commercial lender.

Himes, of Hagerstown, brings more than 12 years lending and banking experience to Citizens.

The bank has seven offices in Franklin County, Pa.

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