Business people

January 22, 2006


MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Quad/Graphics Inc. recently announced the appointment of two new managers at its Martinsburg facility.

Terry Barron of Inwood, W.Va., was named offline manager.

Carl Schulze of Richmond, Va., was named color mark-up manager.


Howie Bressler, PC support manager for Hagerstown Community College, was named HCC's Employee of the Month for January.

Bressler, who has been employed with the college for five years, was nominated by the staff of the Children's Learning Center.

Smith ElliottKearns & Co. LLC

Terry T. Eisenhauer, CPA, and Gregory P. Hall were admitted as partners of Smith Elliott Kearns & Co. LLC, certified public accountants and consultants, effective Jan. 1.


Eisenhauer, a graduate of Shippensburg University, joined the firm in 1986. He spent five years as the CFO for a local manufacturing company, and rejoined the firm in 1998.

As a partner in the Employee Benefits Department in the Chambersburg, Pa., office, he assists with the management of the department.

Hall, a graduate of Shippensburg University, has been with the firm since 1990. Located in the Carlisle, Pa., office, he is primarily responsible for providing accounting, consulting, auditing and tax services to nonprofit health care, real estate development and governmental clients.

Kimberly J. Wines, SPHR, firm administrator at Smith Elliott Kearns & Co., has been selected to serve a third term as chairwoman of PKF North American Network's Human Resources Committee for 2006.

PKF North American Network is an association of 92 independent public accounting and consulting firms in North America that are dedicated to serving middle-market businesses and clients.

Horizon Goodwill Industries

Horizon Goodwill Industries has appointed Rodney Rose as director of regulatory affairs and in-house counsel.

In this position he will respond to inquiries from government agencies, staff and the general public regarding ethical, legal and regulatory compliance issues. He also will conduct investigations into regulatory and ethics-related concerns and recommend corrective action for any problems.

He also will act as general legal counsel for any legal matters presented to Horizon Goodwill.

A native of Greencastle, Pa., Rose graduated in 1998 from the University of Tennessee with a bachelor of science degree in criminology and a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. He received a master of public administration degree from East Carolina University in 2000 and a master of public policy certificate from Duke University/University of North Carolina Institute of Government in Public Policy in 2002.

In 2005, he graduated from the West Virginia University College of Law.

Also, Sam Wyman has joined the staff of HGI as a manager of training and employee development.

In this newly created position, he will be responsible for planning, developing, implementing and coordinating employee development and training programs in accordance with the strategic needs of the organization.

He also will identify training opportunities that meet the needs of Horizon Goodwill staff members and disseminate information about these opportunities. He will represent HGI in developing collaborative relationships with training, education and staff development resources in the community.

Wyman earned a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling from Virginia Commonwealth University and a bachelor of science degree in sociology from the Richmond Professional Institute.


Debra Drewry, agency procurement specialist II, has been named Supervisor of the Quarter for January through March at Roxbury Correctional Institution south of Hagerstown.

She was given the award for being primarily responsible for the implementation and oversight of the Small Business Reserve program.

Through her leadership, the program has shown an impressive improvement in statistic comparison of fiscal year 2005 and fiscal year 2006, according to a prepared release.

CoxHollida LLP

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Hui Lui, a staff accountant at CoxHollida LLP, has passed the CPA exam.

She joined the firm in July 2005 as a staff accountant, concentrating her efforts in the firm's tax department.

She has bachelor's degrees from Beihua University in China and Frostburg State University.

RE/MAX Achievers

Top agents of the month for December at RE/MAX Achievers of Hagerstown are:

Shirley Bayer, top agent with commissions earned.

Steve Powell, top agent with new listings.

Violet Schmid, top agent with new sales.

The Millennium Financial Group

FREDERICK, Md. - The Millennium Financial Group Inc. announced the local winners of the mortgage company's annual awards trip. The three employees, along with their guests, were given a cruise vacation to the Caribbean.

Laurel Frigm, assistant vice president and manager of Millennium's Frederick branch, was the firm's top producer in 2005.

CEO William Poffenbarger said part of her success was related to the team effort put forth by her sales managers, Kate Daney in Frederick and Michele Payton in Martinsburg, W.Va.

Penn StateMont Alto

MONT ALTO, Pa. - Theresa Shank has been appointed director of Continuing Education at Penn State Mont Alto. She served as interim director of the office during the past year.

Shank, of Waynesboro, Pa., was named assistant director of Continuing Education in November 2004.

Shank earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Shippensburg University in 1999 and is pursuing an MBA at Mount St. Mary's University.

She has an American Management Association Certification in human resources and management and has participated in professional development programs.

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