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Business people in October 27 Herald-Mail

October 28, 2002

Citizens Bank

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -Summer Franzoni recently was promoted to branch manager at the Chambersburg Mall office of Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania.

Franzoni most recently served as branch manager of Citizens Bank's branch office in State Line, Pa. Franzoni has more than five years of banking experience, having served as assistant manager, head teller, customer service representative and home banker.

Franzoni attended Wilson College and has completed the first of three years at the Central Atlantic Advanced School of Banking provided by the Pennsylvania Banking Association, and has taken consumer-lending courses offered by The American Institute of Banking.

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Graphics Universal

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The following have been named to positions at Graphics Universal:

-- Greg Kingston has joined the company as a sales representative, with responsibility for sales in Adams and York counties in Pennsylvania and Carroll and Frederick counties in Maryland.

Kingston has a bachelor of science degree in printing management from the Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology.

-- Rich Barnett has moved into a sales representative position.

Barnett has served as a customer service representative for the past three years, and spent his first five years with the company in press operations.

-- Shane Izer has joined the company as pre-press supervisor.

Prior to joining the company, Izer spent 10 years as the typesetting supervisor for Tech Books in Shippensburg, Pa., and was head of retail sales at Sunrise Computers for six years.

The First National Bank of Greencastle

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The following were recently named to positions on The First National Bank of Greencastle's Board of Associates:

-- Scott Palmer was named chairperson for the Board of Associates for 2003.

-- Donald Coldsmith was named chairperson-elect for 2004.

-- Frederic M. Frederick was introduced as the newest board member.

Greencastle-Antrim Area Development Corp.

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The following were recently elected to one-year terms on the Greencastle-Antrim Area Development Corp. Board of Directors:

-- President - Gary Gembe of Graphics Universal Inc.

-- Vice president - Alan Reed of Reed Machinery and Equipment.

-- Secretary - Frank Traver of Eagle Construction.

-- Treasurer - John McDowell of The First National Bank of Greencastle.

Jack Gaughen Realtor

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Peggy Hays of Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA recently was named Agent of the Month for September at the Greencastle office.

Jean Rosenberger and Sharon Berry were named top agents for September at the Jack Gaughen Realtor's Waynesboro, Pa., office.

Penn State Mont Alto

MONT ALTO, Pa. - Francis Achampong recently was named director of academic affairs at Penn State Mont Alto.

Prior to coming to Mont Alto, Achampong was the interim dean of the School of Business at Norfolk (Va.) State University.

Achampong earned a Ph.D. in law from the University of London and earned his master of law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center. He has taught business law and insurance for 20 years.

-- Shannon Smigo recently was hired as a residence life coordinator at the college.

Smigo earned a bachelor's degree in English/professional writing with a minor in women's studies from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. She worked in residence life for three years while at Kutztown as a resident assistant and student staff coordinator.

Synergy Healing Arts Center

BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Faye Worth of Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School has completed a four-day training course on Somato Emotional Release II through the Upledger Institute.

After completing the course, which was held Aug. 22 to 25 in Reston, Va., Worth is now eligible to go into training in pediatric craniosacral therapy.

Worth is a lab instructor in the 550 HR massage therapy diploma program at the school.

The Longaberger Co.

The following people have joined The Longaberger Co. as independent sales associates:

-- Rose Aldridge of Waynesboro, Pa.

-- Melissa Dittman of Clear Spring.

-- Carole McCreary of Falling Waters, W.Va.

-- Brandy Smith of Hagerstown.

-- Patricia Weedon of Hagerstown.

-- Todd Weinkertz of Hagerstown.

Tastefully Simple

Holly McKenrick recently became a consultant for Tastefully Simple, a direct sales gourmet food company based in Alexandria, Minn.

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