People 6/8

June 08, 2003

The Herald-Mail

Roslyn Levine has been named The Herald-Mail's Employee of the Month for June.

Levine, a full-time customer service representative in the Circulation Department, has been with the company since 1999.

Mary Menard has been hired by The Herald-Mail as an outside sales representative in its Display Advertising Department. Menard has worked in similar capacities for newspapers in California since 1974.

Robin Brown is marking a 20-year anniversary with the company in June. Brown has worked in both the Accounting and Classified Advertising departments at The Herald-Mail.

Also marking milestone anniversaries in June are Julie Greene, Newsroom, 10 years, and Terry Horst, Mailroom/Maintenance, five years.

O'Neill Physical Therapy Services

Brenda DeSutter and Judy Zube recently joined the staff of O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown.

Zube will specialize in geriatrics and sports rehabilitation and alternative medicine.

DeSutter will treat general outpatients, with a specialty in women's health.

Washington County Community Action Council

David L. Corey Sr. has been named 2003 Volunteer of the Year by the board of directors and staff of Washington County Community Action Council Inc.


Corey was recognized at the organization's annual Appreciation Picnic on May 2 and was the keynote speaker.

Corey was also honored as CAC's Volunteer of the Year at the third annual MCAP-MSHA State Conference in Ocean City on April 13.

Corey has been involved with CAC for more than 20 years, volunteering his time to inspect houses that are being considered for CAC's various housing programs.

Janet Cole was selected by her co-workers as CAC's 2003 Employee of the Year.

Cole began working at CAC in September 1998 as a crisis intervention worker and was promoted to shelter case manager in November 1998.

Cole serves on the Citizens Review Board, appointment by the governor, which reviews foster care cases. She is chair of the Homeless Awareness Activities Committee of the Washington County Task Force on Homelessness and on the Planning Committee for the annual Washington County Child Abuse Conference.

Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Sharon Gunder with Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Greencastle Office was recently recognized for closing more than $1 million in sales since Jan. 1, 2002.

Gunder, of Waynesboro, Pa., is a full-time agent and has been selling real estate for 11 years. She is a member of Jack Gaughen Realtor's Honor's Circle and is project manager at Cold Spring Estates.

Long & Foster

Melinda Gossard of Hagerstown has been awarded the GRI - Graduate, Realtors Institute - designation by the Realtors Institute of Maryland.

Gossard, with Long & Foster, received the designation after completing 90 hours of specific education outlined by the National Association of Realtors.


Doug Stone has joined the staff of PM2 Studios in Hagerstown as account executive.

PM2 Studios a division of Power Marketing and Advertising Inc.

Linda M. Smith

Linda M. Smith, independent pharmacy consultant, attended Geriatrics 2003, the 25th Midyear Conference of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, in Tampa, Fla., from May 14-16.

Smith attended workshops on basic physical assessment skills, proper self-injection techniques, asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes and the proper use of various blood glucose meters, lancing devices and lancing techniques, atherothrombotic disease and the use of oral antiplatelet therapy and the role of the senior care pharmacist in the hospice setting.

Cao Family Chiropractic

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Dr. May T. Cao of Cao Family Chiropractic recently attended continuing education classes with eight hours of instruction each in Gonstead Technique, Thompson Technique and HIPAA compliance.

The classes were hosted by Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic in Spartanburg, S.C., in May.

Cao has been in active practice since 1999 in Waynesboro.

City Hospital

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Nancy Daugherty, associate director of Nursing, retired from City Hospital on May 16 after 26 years of service.

Marlene Gray, manager of the hospital's Obstetric Department, retired on May 23 following 17 years of service.

During separate retirement receptions, both were honored and presented plaques and engraved crystal bowls.

In addition, City Hospital announced its medical staff executive committee for 2003. They are:

Dr. James M. Carrier, president; Dr. C. Dong Park, vice-president; Dr. Joseph Cincinnati, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Jeffrey Kellogg, chief of the Department of Medicine; and Dr. D. Ewell Hendricks, chief of the Department of Surgery.

Members-at-large include Dr. Roberto Reyna and Dr. David Ebbitt.

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