People briefs 5/11

May 12, 2003

The Herald-Mail

Kathy Gelwicks has been named The Herald-Mail's May Employee of the Month.

An outside sales representative in the Display Advertising department, Gelwicks has been with the company for nearly three years.

Bob Maginnis is marking a 30-year anniversary with the company in May. Maginnis, the company's editorial page editor, has served his entire career in the Newsroom.

Marlo Barnhart has been named community reporter. Barnhart has served primarily as a police and court reporter with The Herald-Mail since 1969.

Don Aines has been rehired as Chambersburg bureau reporter. Aines previously worked as a bureau reporter from 1997 to 2000.

Gabby Gussen has been hired as an outside sales representative in the Advertising Department.

Matt Good has joined the Building Department's night staff.

The company has rehired Harold "Don" Snyder as a part-time shortage driver in its Circulation Department.

Structural Systems

JEFFERSON, Md. - Karlys Schreiber Kline, director of distribution for Thurmont-based Structural Systems Inc., has been named to The Jefferson School Foundation Board.


Kline, a graduate of North Hagerstown High School and Hagerstown Junior College, has been with Structural Systems, a large regional supplier of building components including trusses, wall panels and numerous other products, since 1990.

Martinsburg Radiology Associates

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Hojoon Jung, M.D., has joined Martinsburg Radiology Associates and has been appointed to the medical staff at City Hospital where he will work as a staff radiologist.

As a general radiologist, Jung will join Dimitri Misailidis and John Blanco in providing radiology interpreting services for City Hospital.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Steve Davis and Joe Zaier have joined Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's The Home Team as sales associates in the Hagerstown office.

Longaberger Co.

Nicole Hawkins of Hagerstown recently joined the Longaberger Co. as an independent sales associate.

Food Resources

Jessi Byers of Food Resources Inc. in Hagerstown recently attended a seminar on designing brochures, catalogs and newsletters.

Reichard Law Offices

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - D. Lloyd Reichard II of Reichard Law Offices LLC recently participated in two programs sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute at its conference center in Mechanicsburg, Pa.

One was an agricultural law forum, and the other was titled "Recent Developments in Assessment Law & Procedure in Pennsylvania."

Hood College

FREDERICK, Md. - Erin Pinckney is the new director of marketing and recruiting for the Hood College Graduate School.

Pinckney, of Urbana, Md., is responsible for developing and implementing the marketing and recruiting strategies for the graduate school and its programs.

Washington County Health Department

Helen House has been selected as Employee of the Month for May at the Washington County Health Department.

House, a human services aide in the Health Services Division, has been employed by the Health Department since April 2000.

Tastefully Simple

Jaime Baker of Hagerstown recently became a consultant for Tastefully Simple Inc.

As a consultant, Baker conducts in-home presentations of convenience-driven gourmet foods.

Signature Hair Salon

Signature Hair Salon stylists Crystal Krocker, Missy Hewitt, Carol Craig, Jessica Meyers and Cindy Edleblute recently completed salon training for the latest techniques in perming and follow-up care with products by Redken artist Shannon Holt.

T.A. Baer

Harold Sponaugle of Greencastle, Pa., a tractor-trailer driver at T.A. Baer Inc. of Hagerstown, has completed 2 million accident-free miles of driving.

Sponaugle has been a professional tractor-trailer driver for 40 years.

Howard's Art Supplies & Frames

Ellen Collins, of Howard's Art Supplies & Frames in Hagerstown, has earned the Master Certified Picture Framer designation from the Professional Picture Framers Association.

The designation was granted after Collins met established qualifications, including an examination developed by Educational Testing Services of Princeton, N.J., for the professional framing organization and an extensive review of her work.

Linda M. Smith

Linda M. Smith, an independent pharmacy consultant, recently attended a continuing education seminar sponsored by the Washington County Pharmacists Association on "Hypertension and other Cardiovascular Risk Factors" presented by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.

The seminar focused on the recent Antihypertensive and Lipid-Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack trial study and its relevance to the treatment of high blood pressure.

Howard Shockey & Sons

WINCHESTER, Va. - Nicholas V. "Nick" Hill Sr. has been appointed manager of government contracts for Howard Shockey & Sons Inc.

Hill, previously vice president of Callas Contractors Inc. of Hagerstown, has 32 years of construction experience.

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