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People 12/8

December 09, 2002

The Herald-Mail



Angie Embly is The Herald-Mail's December Employee of the Month.

Embly, an accounts payable clerk in the accounting department, has been with the company for 10 years.

Tammy Baker has been hired as a copy editor/general assignment reporter. Baker has written and edited for Moody Magazine, Prison Fellowship Ministries. publications and the Martinsburg Journal, among others.

Brad Bennett has joined the company's mailroom as a full-time mailer. Bennett has been with The Herald-Mail for a year, previously serving in the building department.

In part-time moves, Tim Koelble has been hired as a sports reporter, Patricia Jones as a delivery verifier for The Herald-Mail Express and Tony Clipp, Angela Harne, Ricky Kline and Lorraine Gordon as inserters in the mailroom.

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Huntington National Bank



MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Huntington National Bank has announced the new management team for the Martinsburg and Hagerstown markets.

Diane Armentrout, vice president, has assumed the position of city executive. Armentrout will oversee the daily operations of the retail division and serve as liaison for business banking, commercial, business development, employee and community relations.

Jim Rodgers, vice president, will serve as senior commercial sales consultant and Larry Kershner will serve as senior business banking specialist.

Armentrout has more than 18 years of banking management experience, most recently as senior vice president of Keystone Financial Inc. in Altoona, Pa. In addition to her responsibilities in the Eastern Panhandle, Armentrout is the retail district manager for the Morgantown banking offices.

Rodgers has 20 years of banking experience in commercial banking and real estate. He held the position of vice president and senior lender with Huntington's Martinsburg market from 1992 to 1998 prior to joining Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust where he served as vice president, commercial banking and regional manager.

Kershner has 20 years of business banking experience, most recently as vice president of the Business Banking Division of Allfirst Bank.




Mackintosh Inc.



FREDERICK, Md. - Kristen Myers has joined the residential sales team at Mackintosh Inc. Realtor's Frederick office.

A member of the Frederick County Association of Realtors and the Pen Mar Association of Realtors, Myers is a Washington County resident who specializes in home sales in Frederick and Washington counties.




O'Neill Physical Therapy Services



Lorraine O'Neill, Lynn Brewer and Mary Jo Foglesong, physical therapists with O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown, recently attended an in-service training session on Janet Travell's Myofascial Trigger Point Theory.

Travell's techniques are used to decrease muscle pain association with spasm and trigger points.




Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage



Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has recognized Suzanne Glocker of the Glocker Group as the top listing sales associate by volume and by units in November.

Gary Glocker of the Glocker Group was the top selling sales associate by volume, and he and Florence Taylor-Block were the top selling sales associates by units.

Cynthia Moler was the top sales associate by settled volume and by settled units.




Roxbury Correctional Institution



Correctional Officer Sgt. Timothy Munson and correctional officers Carol Keckler, Michael Clever, Brian Hawk and Richard Ricker are Roxbury Correctional Institution Employees of the month for December.

The officers were recognized for their quick response to an accident in Housing Unit No. 2 on Oct. 31 that could have escalated into a dangerous situation. A fight broke out in front of D-Tier in Housing Unit No. 2 as inmates were departing the recreation hall and caused other inmates to close in around the correctional officers.

The officers brought the incident under control and secured the area in which, after a thorough search, two weapons were found.




Washington County Health Department



Barbara Bystrak is the Employee of the Month for December at the Washington County Health Department.

Bystrak, an office service clerk, has been employed with the health department since October 2000.

Washington County Hospital



Micke Brown, pain care specialist at Washington County Hospital, will be inducted as the president of the American Society of Pain Management Nurses at its annual meeting in Kansas City in February 2003.

The national organization is for professional nurses dedicated to optimal care of individuals with pain.




Bella Salon and Spa



Tammy Shindle, salon director of Bella Salon and Spa, and employees Renee Doub, Karen Nave, Alysia Grove, Dawn Mcleod and Kristen Morris recently attended the Davidson Hair Show in Crystal City, Va.

In addition, they were certified to perform the new BioIonics Permanent Hair Straightening System in an in-salon seminar and participated in a class conducted by Ashton of Artec on the newest texture cuts, speed foiling and color techniques.




Longaberger Co.



Melissa Elia of Hagerstown recently joined The Longaberger Co. as an independent sales associate.

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