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People 10/13

October 14, 2002

Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania has announced the appointment of Debra Michael as a commercial lender for Citizens Bank working in the Greencastle office.

Michael, of Hagerstown, will be responsible for developing commercial business in southern Franklin County, Pa.

Michael brings more than 21 years of banking and lending experience to her new position, having served as a credit analyst, retail services officer and international assistant.




Allegheny Energy



Eugene W. McCauley Jr., assistant treasurer of Allegheny Energy Inc. in Hagerstown, retired Sept. 1 after more than 36 years of service with the company.

He is a 1955 graduate of Petersburg High School. He received an associate of arts degree from Potomac State College in 1957 and a bachelor of science degree from West Virginia University in 1959.

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Dogs R Us



Local pet groomer Mary Oldham of Dogs R Us in Williamsport won First Place Best In Show Class B in a creative grooming competition at the Groom Expo & Trade Show in Hershey, Pa., on Sept. 29.

The show is held every year in Hershey and attended by groomers and pet care people from all over the world.




Roxbury Correctional Institution



James Kiracofe is the Roxbury Correctional Institution Supervisor Of the Quarter for October through December.

Kiracofe is a correctional officer major who began his career with the Division of Correction in March 1967 and is retiring in January.

Sally Bowers is the Roxbury Employee of the Month for October. Bowers is a Typist Clerk III in the Volunteer Activities coordinator's office at Roxbury.




Shenandoah University



HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Joy Buck has received a National Research Service Award from the National Institutes of Nursing Research to complete a Ph.D. in health policy at the University of Virginia.

Buck is studying the evolution of the hospice movement and linking it to current policy debates surrounding hospice and palliative care.

Buck, of Hedgesville, is an assistant professor of Community and Public Health Nursing at Shenandoah University.




Longaberger Co.



MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Tracey Martin of Mercersburg recently joined The Longaberger Co. as an independent sales associate.




Associated Engineering Sciences



Christopher Bobb has been hired as a surveying technician with Associated Engineering Sciences Inc. in Hagerstown.

Bobb, of Greencastle, Pa., has prior experience with MJ Bunting Surveying in Maryland and worked for Maryland Midland Railway.

Associated Engineering Sciences is a civil and structural engineering firm.




Fujicolor Processing



Noel C. Williams, operations manager of Fujicolor Processing Inc.'s Williamsport facility, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission.

Williams will complete the unexpired term, ending June 30, 2003, of board member James G. Pierne, who recently resigned.

The county agency provides assistance to new and expanding businesses in Washington County and works to attract companies to the county.




Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School



BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Nancy Angle, certified aesthetician, has joined the staff of Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School's Healing Arts Centre in Blue Ridge Summit.

Angle has been an aesthetician since 1988 in the Waynesboro area.




Community Rescue Service



The following staff members of Community Rescue Service Inc. recently completed the instructor program for Advanced Cardiac Life Support:

Chief Chris Amos, Capt. Chuck Singleton, paramedic Matt Blosser, paramedic Robert Shank, paramedic Mel Shank, paramedic Robert Snider and paramedic Alicia Wyatt.

By having on-staff Advanced Cardiac Life Support instructors, Community Rescue Service can conduct training at its Eastern Boulevard headquarters, according to a press release issued by CRS.




Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service



The Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service will present John D. Corderman the 2002 Volunteer of the Year award Wednesday.

Since 1993, Corderman has represented 64 clients in Washington County through two Volunteer Lawyers Service programs - the Family Law Reduced Fee Project and the Domestic Violence Project.

MVLS is a nonprofit organization that provides free and low-cost legal assistance to low-income people in Maryland.




Antietam Health Services



Elaine R. Lutz of Antietam Health Services attended the 14th annual conference of the American Association of Office Nurses in September in St. Louis, Mo.

The conference provided an educational opportunity to learn updated information pertinent to office nursing and to earn continuing education units required by some health care disciplines for recertification, certification and licensing.




Edward Jones



Mary-Ellen Fidler recently joined a Hagerstown office of the financial-services firm Edward Jones as a branch office administrator trainee.

Fidler, of Hagerstown, must successfully complete the firm's in-depth training program within six months to graduate from the trainee designation into the position of branch office administrator.




Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Sharon Gunder with Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Greencastle office was recently recognized for reaching the $3 million mark in closed sales for 2002.

Gunder, of Waynesboro, Pa., is a full-time agent and is project manager at Cold Spring Estates.

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