People for 7/7

July 07, 2002

The Herald-Mail

Steve Finelli has been named The Herald-Mail's July Employee of the Month.

Finelli, assistant night foreman in the pressroom, has been with the company since 1997.

In other company news, Candice Bosely has been hired as Martinsburg bureau reporter. Bosely, a graduate of Shepherd College, has worked the past three years as a reporter and editor for the Martinsburg Journal.

In part-time moves, Patricia Rowe has been hired as webmaster, Donald Smith as a shortage driver and Mary Williams as an inserter.

Marking milestone service anniversaries with the company in July are Linda Duffield, Morning Herald managing editor, 15 years, and Dave Daugherty, part-time circulation customer service representative, five years.


Physical Therapy etc.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Jennifer VanHorne has joined the staff at Physical Therapy etc.

VanHorne holds a bachelor of science degree in Occupational Therapy from College Misericordia. She has experience in inpatient and outpatient therapy settings treating both children and adults.

The Shook Home

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Wanda Koontz, The Shook Home's medical record coordinator, was voted the Employee of the Season.

Koontz, of Shippensburg, was selected based on her calmness, her clarity in communication and her organizational skills.

Her primary responsibility is to maintain the medical records on each resident who lives in the 64-bed nursing home. She has been employed 11/2 years.

The Shook Home and The Quarters at The Shook

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Edward T. Parks, chief executive officer and administrator of The Shook Home and The Quarters at The Shook, has been selected as Noontime Lion of The Year.

Parks was chosen for this honor based on his dedication and time devoted to the Lions Club.

Parks, of Chambersburg, was chairman of the Lions Club fund-raiser The Trout Derby, which is held every spring.

Parks will continue his service to the Club as President this year.

Hagerstown Children's School

Marisa Bowers of Hagerstown has joined the staff at Hagerstown Children's School as the lead preschool teacher for the primary classroom.

Bowers is a North High graduate and holds a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Virginia Tech.

Grimes Truck Center

Jay Moore has been promoted to operations manager at Grimes Truck Center on Salem Avenue in Hagerstown.

Moore has been with the company for seven years.

Joe Gaylor was promoted to parts manager. He has been with the company for six years.

Washington County Health Department

Jean Barkow has been selected Employee of the Month for July at the Washington County Health Department.

Barkow, a Community Health Nurse in the Nursing Division, has been employed with the Health Department since 1990.

The Longaberger Co.

CLEAR SPRING - Mary Baughman has joined The Longaberger Co. as an independent sales associate.

Tastefully Simple

Tina Green of Hagerstown recently became a consultant for Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company based in Alexandria, Minn.

Green conducts in-home presentations of upscale, convenience-driven gourmet foods.

Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Karen Starr of Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA in Greencastle was honored at the Pen-Mar Association Membership meeting June 7 at the Antrim House Restaurant in Greencastle.

Starr was the recipient of the Realtor Community Service Award for Pennsylvania.

Antietam Health Services

Elaine R. Lutz, RN, of Hagerstown has attained certification from The Colorado Center for Healing Touch and Healing Touch International Inc. as a Healing Touch Practitioner.

Lutz, of Boonsboro, is employed by Antietam Health Services Inc. as a Flex-Staff Office Nurse in the Hagerstown area.

Roxbury Correctional Institution

Sharon Nutter is Roxbury Correctional Institution's Supervisor of the Quarter for July through September.

Nutter, fiscal accounts clerk supervisor was selected for the award for her supervisory duties in Inmate Accounts.

Carolyn Poole is Roxbury's Employee of the Month for July.

Poole is fiscal accounts clerk lead.

Richard L. Bowers

Real estate appraiser Richard L. Bowers, with an office at 1928 Dual Highway in Hagerstown, recently attended the annual International Education Seminar in Mobile, Ala., presented by the International Right of Way Association.

Topics covered included Valuation of Rights of Way for Utilities and Valuation of Conservation Easements.

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