Business people

April 22, 2007

Hagerstown Trust

Gregory Snook, of Williamsport, has been named to the board of directors of Hagerstown Trust.

In this position, Snook will be responsible for ensuring that the management and performance of Hagerstown Trust is conducted in a way that meets the financial needs of its customers and the local community.

Snook also will work to help Hagerstown Trust represent the interests of its parent company, Fulton Financial Corporation, and the corporation's shareholders. The board of directors also ensures that Hagerstown Trust operates using safe and sound business practices.

Snook is the owner of the family-operated Valley Pet Cemetery and Crematory and was president of the Washington County Commissioners.


Margaret E. Hetzer has been reappointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley to serve another six-year term on the Hagerstown Community College board of trustees, beginning July 1. This is a continuation of her first term, which began July 1, 2001.


As a member of the HCC board of trustees, Hetzer acts as a voting member of the board in the development and evaluation of college policies. The board functions as the governing body of the college in accordance with Code of Maryland regulations and oversees the work of the president of the college.

Hetzer also is a member of the board of directors of the HCC Foundation Inc., serving as a liaison between the trustees and the foundation board.

Mackintosh Inc.

Sharie Wiesner, a Hagerstown native, recently joined the residential sales team at Mackintosh Inc. Realtors' Hagerstown office.

A member of the Pen-Mar Regional Association of Realtors and native of Hagerstown, Wiesner has an extensive background in the customer service industries.

Hoxton Financial

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - S. David Burns has joined Hoxton Financial Inc. as senior institutional adviser.

Burns will oversee the firm's institutional advisory unit, which provides investment advisory services to company retirement plans.

Hoxton Financial, Inc. is a fee-only Registered Investment Advisor with offices in Shepherdstown, Winchester, Va., and Chambersburg, Pa.

Burns, of Winchester, joined Hoxton after a career with The Library Corporation.

JLG Industries

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - JLG Industries Inc. has announced the promotions of Chris Mellott to vice president of customer assurance, Brent Yohn to vice president of field sales and service for North America and Todd Truax to director of training.

Mellott began his career with JLG in 1995. He has held various positions that focused on interacting with and meeting the needs of JLG's customers. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Shippensburg (Pa.) University.

In his new position, Mellott is responsible for the customer contact centers and the training and warranty groups for North America.

In his new position, Yohn is responsible for all sales and service activities through JLG's regional distribution channels. He started his career with JLG in 1995, and has held various management positions in sales and service.

Yohn has a bachelor's degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Truax has 12 years of sales and marketing experience in various positions at JLG. Most recently, he was the general manager for the company's mid-Atlantic ServicePlus facility.

Truax has a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Shippensburg (Pa.) University.


Randy Scott, franchise operator of Chick-fil-A in Hagerstown, was awarded the Symbol of Success Award at Chick-fil-A's annual meeting in Scottsdale, Ariz.

As the chain's highest honor, the Symbol of Success award recognizes operators who successfully achieved aggressive sales goals over the previous year.

Scott is one of a record-breaking group of 164 operators throughout the chain who received the award.

Symbol of Success winners received the keys to their choice of any one of several different Ford automobiles, vans or trucks for one year. Operators who matched or exceeded the same level of performance for the second consecutive year received the title to the vehicle.


Michael Leigh, correctional officer captain, has been named Roxbury Correctional Institution's Supervisor of the Quarter for April through June.

Leigh was given the award for his coordination and management of the recent mass shakedowns at RCI. Designated as the housing captain, he is responsible for scheduling, coordinating with other departments, requesting personnel from the Training Academy and supervising the search on site.

The recent searches were well-organized, caused minimal disruption to the institutional operation and produced large quantities of contraband, according to a prepared release.

ยทRichard Dagenhart, correctional officer II, was named RCI's Employee of the Month for April.

Dagenhart was given the award for his job performance during a recent incident in the recreation hall of Housing Unit 4. An inmate was in need of medical attention, and Dagenhart carried the inmate to the medical cart and the inmate was rushed to the dispensary, according to a prepared release.

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