Business People

September 09, 2007

Brechbill & Helman

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Brechbill & Helman Construction Co. Inc. employees Travis McCoy, Ray Custer and Mark Reasner were recognized for their accomplishments in the Carpentry Apprenticeship Program through Associated Builders and Contractors.

McCoy, of Chambersburg, has been employed at B&H since 1999. He is a 2000 graduate of Chambersburg Area High School.

Custer, of Mercersburg, Pa., has been employed at B&H since 1998. He is a 1984 graduate of James Buchanan High School.

Reasner, of Shippensburg, Pa., has been employed at B&H since 1998. He is a 1986 graduate of Shippensburg High School.

The First National Bank of Mercersburg

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Edward C. Price Jr. has been hired as a commercial loan officer for The First National Bank of Mercersburg.


Price will focus on serving the financial needs of Franklin County's business community from the bank's new community office at 626 N. Grant St. in Waynesboro, Pa.

He graduated from Shippensburg University and has worked in the banking industry for more than 30 years.

First United Bank & Trust

OAKLAND, Md. - Mary Jane Brenneman has been promoted to Presidents Club coordinator for First United Bank & Trust.

Brenneman, of Grantsville, Md., has experience in customer service and sales. She will deliver customized financial solutions to consumers in all of the bank's market areas.

She graduated from West Virginia Junior College with a degree in office administration, and attended courses offered through the bank.

Long and Foster

Kathy O'Connor has joined the Hagerstown office of Long and Foster.

O'Connor has been licensed since 1978 and has her GRI designation.

The Herald-Mail Co.

Dwaynea Lumpkin-Carroll has joined The Herald-Mail Co. as a part-time assistant zone manager in the Circulation Department.

In addition to serving in an independent contractor, delivery role, Lumpkin-Carroll previously worked for Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, the Washington Post and the Department of Defense, among others.

Also in Circulation, Terri Deaner has been promoted to part-time customer service representative. Deaner, a graduate of Hagerstown Business College, has been with the company since 2004, serving as a part-time inserter in the Packaging & Distribution Department.

Erin Hayes and Michelle Smith have been hired as part-time inserters in Packaging & Distribution, and Dan Putz has been named to a part-time position in the Photography Department. Putz, a graduate of Brunswick (Md.) High School and a student at Shippensburg University, recently completed a photography internship with the company.

Marking 10-year anniversaries in September are Janis Reeser, newsroom; Steve Finelli, pressroom; and James Rodgers, Packaging & Distribution.

ekm Inspirations

Norine Dagliano, of ekm Inspirations rsum writing and job search services, recently spoke at a professional development summit attended by career services managers from across the country.

Her presentation topic was "Current Tips and Trends for Writing Information Technology Rsums."

The Bodyworks Massage Center

Jeffery S. Delauter Sr., registered massage practioner with The Bodyworks Massage Center, recently attended the Biotone Clinical Sports Massage Techniques Workshop sponsored by UltraSports Massage Therapy in Springfield, Mass.

The workshop focused on aggressive myofascial therapy techniques to improve alignment through improved function of fascia, muscles and joints and on improving flexibility and breathing. Techniques also were tailored for post-athletic event muscle strains and tension.

Frick Federal Credit Union

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Patricia Ann Shew, CEO, and Phyllis Alta Dick, assistant manager, recently attended the NCUA Credit Union Development Workshop in Silver Spring, Md.

During the workshop, they discussed regulatory topics, including the Bank Secrecy Act and the Office of Foreign Assets Controls, Risk Assessment and the importance of financial statements.

They also participated in strategic and business planning.

AtHome America

Kelly Goetz of AtHome America in Hagerstown, was recognized as a leader in the company for her June team sales.

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