People 11/17

November 18, 2002

Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jeffrey M. Yoder has been named branch manager of the State Line office of Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania.

Yoder, of Chambersburg, Pa., will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the State Line office. He brings more than 27 years of banking experience to his new position, most recently as a branch manager with F&M Trust in Chambersburg.

Patterson & Kiersz

FREDERICK, Md. - A staff member of the law firm Patterson & Kiersz P.C. is one of seven women in the Washington metropolitan area recently honored with an eighth annual Toyota Tribute to Working Women Award for making a difference in the lives of others.

Bonnie Hagerman, executive director of academic and career services, received the award at a luncheon Nov. 4.

Hagerman established the nonprofit organization Care Wear Volunteers in 1991 to provide clothing and other items for premature and low-birth weight infants undergoing treatment in neonatal intensive care units in the Washington area. Her efforts have been expanded on by others across the United States.


Reliable Home Furnishings

Linda K. Shaff has joined the sales staff of Reliable Home Furnishings on Dual Highway in Hagerstown.

Shaff has more than 15 years of furniture sales experience and a bachelor's degree in Interior Design.

Lutheran Home Care Services

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Kimberly Spittler is the Employee of the Month for November at Lutheran Home Care Services.

Spittler, of Chambersburg, is a team coordinator in Franklin County.

National Fire Academy

FREDERICK, Md. - Craig Amsley of Fort Detrick Fire and Emergency Services completed the National Fire Academy's Chemistry for Emergency Response pilot course in Emmitsburg, Md., on Oct. 18.

The pilot course is part of the Hazardous Materials Management and Planning Program at the academy.

The pilot is a new course in chemical behavior applications in hazardous materials incidents that includes substantive additions and a higher level of material than its predecessor, the Chemistry of Hazardous Material, which will be offered to new hazardous materials personnel.


Sagittarius stylists Michelle Hughes, Loree Wesley and Lori Ann Ahrens attended the Aveda Congress 2002 in Minneapolis.

Marsha Knicely-Masood and Pam May completed the five-day owner/management course at Bumble and Bumble University in New York City. Also attending the university was Wesley, who is now Sagittarius's Bumble and Bumble educator.

Trisha Rouse attended a three-day class in "Trend Cutting" at the Vidal Sassoon Advanced Academy in Miami.

Heather Hoffman, Tricia Green and Jenn Showe attended the new BioIonics straightening method and Aquage up-do classes in Crystal City, Va.

Jefferson Memorial Hospital

RANSON, W.Va. - Gagan J. Singh, MD, ophthalmologist, has joined the medical staff at Jefferson Memorial Hospital.

Singh will be accepting new patients by appointment in the office he shares with John A. Stefano, MD, across from Jefferson Memorial Hospital at 116 E. Third Ave. in Ranson.

Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School

BLUE RIDGE SUMMIT, Pa. - Elaine Lutz, R.N., has joined the therapists staff at Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School in Blue Ridge Summit.

Lutz will offering water shiatsu in the hot tub or seasonally in the heated outdoor pool at Synergy's new facility at 13593 Monterey Lane, Blue Ridge Summit.

In addition, Synergy held a Feldenkrais workshop on Oct. 20.

Bob Hunter, certified guild practitioner from Mercersburg, Pa., instructed Deb Teich, Mike Walters, Elizabeth Weller, Peggy Weller, Carol Bradley and Marie Cristofoletti.

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