People 12/22

December 23, 2002

Myers Building Systems

CLEAR SPRING - Myers Building Systems Inc. announces the promotion of Lew Martin and Bryan Barnes to vice presidents.

Martin, of Hagerstown, has nearly 20 years of experience in the contracting business, starting with Myers Building Systems in 1990. He oversaw the recent addition to Hagerstown Bookbinding and Printing and new buildings at Younger Auto Group and Hamilton Nissan.

Barnes, of Clear Spring, started with Myers Building Systems in 1995. He has handled projects including the Washington County Agricultural Education Office and Museum, Hagerstown Honda and Fire-X Sales & Service Corp. Barnes is a 1994 graduate of Liberty University.

Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. LLC

Andrew J. Lobley recently joined the tax department staff at the Hagerstown office of Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. LLC.


Lobley gained accounting experience by working in private industry and serving as an intern at a national CPA firm, and gained legal experience working as an associate at law firms in Baltimore.

Lobley graduated in 1999 from Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, Md., with a bachelor's degree in accounting. He received his juris doctorate, with a concentration in business, from the University of Baltimore Law School, and served as editor in chief of the University of Baltimore Law Review.

Associated Engineering Sciences

Richard Reichenbaugh, a partner at Associated Engineering Sciences Inc. in Hagerstown, is among 49 people who completed an eight-month leadership development program sponsored by Leadership Maryland, an independent, educational leadership development organization.

Reichenbaugh, a graduate of Leadership Hagerstown, was the only Washington County resident selected to be in this year's Leadership Maryland class. Eleven other Washington County residents have completed Leadership Maryland since the program began in 1993.

O'Neill Physical Therapy Services

Lorraine O'Neill, physical therapist and owner of O'Neill Physical Therapy Services, recently taught a continuing education class for physical therapists titled "Fibromyalgia: The Holistic Approach."

The course was designed to instruct physical therapists in advanced treatment techniques for patients with fibromyalgia.

Long & Foster

The following agents were honored for their sales achievements in November at the Hagerstown office of Long & Foster.

-- Joan Schupp was the top producer, top lister and top seller with a sales volume of $885,850.

-- Mike Hill was the agent with the most new listings.

City Hospital

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Tom Melko is the new rehab and wellness director at City Hospital.

Melko was the administrator/director of Tom Melko Physical Therapy, a private outpatient rehabilitation clinic, for the last seven years. He also was assistant director and director of physical therapy at Flint (Mich.) Osteopathic Hospital and Naples (Fla.) Community Hospital.

Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - The following people were named Agents of the Month for November at the Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA offices in Franklin County.

-- Darlene Gontz was honored in the five years of service and over category at the Chambersburg office.

-- Vickie Johnson and Tammi Hennessy tied in the five years of service and under category at the Chambersburg office.

-- Diane Henicle was honored at the Greencastle (Pa.) office.

-- Tina Long was honored at the Waynesboro (Pa.) office.

Hood College

FREDERICK, Md. - The following have been elected to serve on the Hood College Board of Associates.

-- M. Richard Adams of Frederick, public affairs manager for State Farm Insurance Companies.

-- Ronald G. Forrester of Middletown, Md., director of operations for Science Applications International in McLean, Va.

-- Darrell Guyton of Frederick, vice president of specialty contracts for Morgan-Keller Inc.

-- Carole King Heine of Frederick, a 1984 Hood graduate.

-- William L. Mann of Frederick, retired manager of local government affairs for Allegheny Energy, and a 1993 Hood graduate.

-- Janet Spaulding Nunn of Middletown, a 1961 Hood graduate.

-- Marisa Shockley of Frederick, controller for Shockley Honda and a 1991 Hood graduate.

-- Jewel K. Smith of Arlington, Va., marketing projects coordinator for Gardner, Carton & Douglas of Washington, D.C., and a 1996 Hood graduate.

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