Business People

May 27, 2007

Total Fitness Specialists Inc.

Tina M. McNulty recently attended the American Fitness Professionals Association's 13th annual Fitness, Trainer, Sports & Mind Body Conference in Ocean City, Md.

She received continuing education credits to extend her advanced personal trainer and pre/post natal care certifications.

She attended classes on sports performance skills and drills, boot camp, speed and agility training for athletes, plyo-box training, post rehabilitative programming, behavior skills, weight-loss programs and breakthrough medicine ball training. McNulty, a full-time certified personal trainer, is owner/president of Total Fitness Specialists Inc.

CNB Bank

The CNB Bank Board of Directors approved the following promotions at an April 5 reorganization meeting.

·Patricia C. Muldoon was promoted to executive vice president/chief operation officer.

Muldoon, of the Smithsburg area, has more than 20 years of financial accounting and operational experience.

She is a graduate of Frostburg State University with bachelor of science degrees in accounting and business administration.


·Kevin L. Starliper was promoted to vice president senior lending officer.

Starliper, of Martinsburg, W.Va., has 14 years of banking experience, the last six years with CNB.

Starliper has a bachelor's degree in business administration and economics from Shepherd University and a master's of business administration from Frostburg State University. He is a 1999 graduate of the West Virginia School of Banking and a 2005 graduate of the American Bankers Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking.


The Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown honored the prison's Employees of the Year at the 12th annual Public Safety Day Awards Ceremony on May 11. The Criminal Justice Program of Hagerstown Community College hosted the awards ceremony for public safety agencies in the Hagerstown area.

Award recipients are:

·J. Gregg Allen, CO II, 8-4 shift. Allen is assigned as a state roads detail officer. He has exhibited a high degree of professionalism during his 25-year career, according to a prepared release.

·Clarence Cosens, CO II, 4-12 shift. Cosens has been assigned to the 4-12 shift since he was hired 20 years ago. That is a sizable contribution to the dependability and professionalism of the field, the release says.

·William Thompson, CO II, 12-8 shift. Thompson has been an employee of the State of Maryland for more than 23 years. He is a dedicated and conscientious officer, is well respected and has an excellent work record, the release says.

·Judith Brown, licensed social worker. Brown has contributed significantly to MCTC's Re-entry Program by her initiative and commitment to meeting the needs of the inmates, the release says.

·George Drake, case management specialist II. Drake manages the work-release caseloads for MCTC. He has received the Commissioner's Citation for the highest quality of work reflected in his supervision for the past two years, according to the release.

·Bryan Hoffman, case management specialist II. Hoffman, who has been employed at MCTC for two years, has an impeccable work ethic and maintains a professional demeanor toward staff and inmates, the release says.

·Jacqueline Younker, Case Management office secretary III. Younker plays a vital and valuable role in the Case Management Department at MCTC. She is dedicated, conscientious, well-organized and may always be relied on, the release says.


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Mlend mortgage company has announced that Michele Payton was April's top producer.

She works in the company's retail operation in Shepherdstown.

Tri-State Printing

Sam Wright and Julia Wright, of Tri-State Printing in Hagerstown, were honored for the company's sales growth.

CPrint (Certified Printers International) honored Tri-State Printing during semiannual board meetings in Jacksonville. The award is given by CPrint to printers who have demonstrated exceptional sales growth.

Glocker Group

The Glocker Group said Eddie Jefferson was Top Real Estate Agent in Settled Volume and Settled Units for April.

He also was Top Real Estate Agent for Listed Volume

·Brenda Byrnes, of the Frostburg office, was Top Real Estate Agent for Listed Units for April.

Patterson, Kiersz& Murphy

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Attorney R. Thomas Murphy, of the law firm of Patterson, Kiersz & Murphy P.C., recently served as a member of the faculty of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's presentation to attorneys on the topic, "Representing Individuals Entering a Nursing Home."

Murphy, a certified elder law attorney, spoke individually and participated in a panel in the areas of alternatives to nursing home care, being admitted to a nursing home, receiving and paying for attentive care for both single persons and married couples.

Marc Gamerman

Marc Gamerman, D.C., of Hagerstown, participated in the annual Ethics and Boundaries Test Committee meeting Feb. 23-24 at the headquarters of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in Greeley, Colo.

The test committee is composed of members of state chiropractic licensing boards in the United States. Test committee members are nominated by members of the NBCE Board of Directors based on their knowledge of chiropractic practices and procedures.

The test committee developed the exams that the NBCE will use for future administrations.

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