Business People

December 03, 2006

Frederick Memorial Healthcare System

FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick Memorial Healthcare System has announced it has four new members of its board of directors.

Gerald Winnan, M.D., is the managing partner of the Frederick Gastroenterology practice, and has been an active staff physician at Frederick Memorial Hospital since 1980.

He received his gastrointestinal fellowship training from Yale University in New Haven, Conn. He has been chairman of the FMH Endo-scopy Committee, the Credentials Committee, and of the Department of Medicine. He is a past chief of the medical staff, and was a member of the FMH board of directors from 1985 to 1997.

Attorney Anne-Herbert Rollins is an associate counsel in the commercial/business and real estate department in the firm of Miles & Stockbridge, P.C. She previously was deputy city attorney for the City of Frederick and was an associate in the general civil practice of law in the firm of Miller, Miller & Canby.


Jan Bianchi has been a member of the FMH Auxiliary for 27 years and is its current president. She has held a variety of positions including chairwoman of WINGS, the Tree of Lights, the Snow Ball, and the Holiday Bazaar.

Bert Anderson is the president of the Everedy Square and Shab Row District. He graduated from Southwest Texas State and left active duty in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant commander. He created Antique Imports which, in 1984, was converted to a retail operation. He is on the boards of directors of Farmers and Mechanics Bank, the Historical Society of Frederick County, and the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.

Mlend Mortgage

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Don Giffin will manage the new Mlend Mortgage office at 550 Cleveland Ave. in Chambersburg.

Giffin has worked in mortgage banking for more than 10 years.

Michele Payton, of Mlend's Shepherds-town, W.Va., office, was Mlend's top producer in October. She works in the mortgage company's Shepherds-town retail operation.

M.S. Johnston Co.

M.S. Johnston Company recently recognized five employees who completed 25 years of service to the company.

The employees honored were:

· Steven McDonald, senior service technician.

· Albert Moquin, senior lead sheet metal installer.

· Alan Sheeley, corporate controller.

· William Stewart, food service division operations manager.

· Elocadio Urias, food service sales manager.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

The Hagerstown office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage recognized Cynthia Moler as October's Top Sales Associate by Settled Volume and Top Sales Associates by Settled units.

Moler also was the Top Listing Sales Associate by Volume and as the Top Listing Sales Associate by Units and the Top Selling Sales Associate by Volume and as the Top Selling Sales Associate by Units.

RE/MAX Achievers

RE/MAX Achievers has announced the following were Top Agents for the Month of October in Hagerstown.

· Steven L. Powell was Top Agent with Commissions Earned.

· Jim R. Derrick was recognized as Top Agent with New Sales.

· Violet Z. Schmid was Top Agent with New Listings.

Prudential Franklin Associates Inc.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Cindy Coldsmith and Laura Peiffer have joined the staff of Realtors at Prudential Franklin Associates Inc. of Chambersburg.

Coldsmith previously co-owned a sawmill business and currently is managing her own rental properties and mulch business. She is a member of the Pen-Mar Realtors Association.

Peiffer is a member of the PenMar Realtors Association and the Metropolitan Regional Information System.

AtHome America

Angie Covington of AtHome America in Hagerstown was recognized for having high team sales in September.

She has been associated with the company since March 2004.

Hospice of Washington County

Diane W. Younkins of Frederick, Md., has been certified as a national certified counselor through the National Board for Certified Counselors Inc.

Younkins is employed by Hospice of Washington County as a bereavement care specialist.

Younkins completed a master of science degree at Loyola College in Maryland in May and has completed coursework at Johns Hopkins University.

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