People briefs 4/6

April 07, 2003

The Herald-Mail

Dave Kline has been named The Herald-Mail's April Employee of the Month. Kline, a full-time member of the Mailroom staff, has been with the company since August 2000.

Sandy Maginnis is marking a 30-year anniversary at the newspaper in April. She is a member of the Pre-Press Composition Department.

In the Pressroom, Shawn Ward is marking a 10-year anniversary with the company in April.

Andrea Rowland has joined the Herald-Mail Lifestyle staff after serving as a community reporter.

The company has hired Tami Miller and Dana Betts as part-time Inserters in the Mailroom and Julie Kline for a temporary position in the Pagination Department.

Merrill Lynch

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - David K. Cushwa IV has joined Merrill Lynch as a financial adviser in its office at 1108 Kennebec Drive in Chambersburg.


Cushwa, of Hagerstown, has been active in the financial services industry for six years.

Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Karen Oberholzer has been appointed assistant branch manager of the Greencastle office of Citizens Bank of Southern Pennsylvania.

Oberholzer, of Greencastle, will be responsible for loan interviews, business development activities, customer sales and service and bank teller supervision.

O'Neill Physical Therapy Services

Jenn Robertson, physical therapy assistant with O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown recently completed 65 hours of craniosacral therapy course work at Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School.

Bank of Charles Town

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. - Tevis Sensel has been hired as branch manager for the new Hedgesville, W.Va., branch of the Bank of Charles Town.

Sensel most recently served as vice president in the Commercial Loan Department at Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust Co. in Alexandria, Va.

Steven M. Parrett

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Steven M. Parrett of Chambersburg was among more than 350 national and international clinicians and academicians who gathered for discussions on new research, technological developments and the expanding role of lasers in dental care during the Academy of Laser Dentistry's 10th Anniversary and Annual Conference and Exhibition meeting March 5-8 in Destin, Fla.

The educational conference presented a broad spectrum of clinical and experimental applications of dental lasers.

Anita Lynne Home

Lisa Sipre and Crystal Wolfe of Anita Lynne Home Inc. in Hagerstown recently completed Certified Nursing Assistant training.

Sipre is the manager at Star Farmhouse and Wolfe is a member of the direct care night duty staff.

Angela Barnes, the crew leader of the Social Leisure Crew, also completing the training.

Celebrating 12 years of service is Pam Divel, a certified medical assistant.

Orabell McLucas, resident assistant, is celebrating her third year with Anita Lynne Home.

In addition, Wolfe and Christina Derr have been nominated by Anita Lynne Home to attend the 2003 Maryland Association of Community Services Direct Support Conference in Ocean City, Md., March 26-28.

Shear Expressions Hair Design

Shear Expressions Hair Design recently celebrated its 15-year anniversary and recognized two employees during a dinner at Red Horse Steak House.

Lori Weaver, salon manager, was recognized for 15 years of service.

Traci Neff, a hairstylist and nail technician, was recognized for 10 years of service.

Washington County Free Library

Washington County Free Library employees recently completed Public Access Computer Training with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Tobin Bakner, network technician; Ian Seibert, systems administrator; Jacalyn Price, circulation librarian; and Maria Smucker, reference librarian, traveled to Seattle, Wash., for the one-week training.

Washington County Health Department

Linda Ruffner has been named Employee of the Month for April at the Washington County Health Department

Ruffner is a community health nurse in the Nursing Division and has been employed by the Health Department since November 1988.

Linda M. Smith

Linda M. Smith, an independent pharmacy consultant, recently became an Emergency First Responder with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene by attending Phase I Training, "The Pharmacists Response to Bioterrorism."

The training was meant to ensure that Maryland pharmacists and technicians are trained to respond to state and local emergencies such as chemical or biological attacks.

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