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Business People

October 07, 2007

First United Bank & Trust

Charles "Chuck" Eichelberger has joined First United Bank & Trust as Hagerstown community office manager.

Eichelberger, of Hagerstown, has 18 years of retail banking experience in Washington County and 12 years of management experience.

His role as community office manager will be to deliver customized financial solutions to consumers and businesses in Hagerstown and the surrounding areas.

Eichelberger attended Hagerstown Community College with a focus on accounting and business management. He also completed a consultative sales management course from St. Meyer & Hubbard.

The First National Bank of Greencastle

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Sharon Scanlon, credit analyst for The First National Bank of Greencastle, was promoted to the position of credit administration officer.

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Scanlon will be responsible for the Credit Administration Department and will ensure the efficient and accurate analysis of credit risk for new and existing lending relationships.

She will enforce the department's compliance with bank operating policies and procedures, as well as industry regulatory requirements. She also will implement strategies to achieve goals developed for the department.

Scanlon has a bachelor of science degree in business and finance, with a minor in accounting, from Mount St. Mary's College.

Scanlon, who lives near Waterfall, Pa., previously worked as an independent consultant providing credit and risk analysis for financial institutions and the United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency.

Long and Foster

Chris Sowers has joined the Hagerstown office of Long and Foster Real Estate.

Sowers graduated from Williamsport High School in 1996.

O'Neill Physical Therapy Services

Lorraine O'Neill, physical therapist and owner of O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown, taught at the national convention of the American Physical Therapy Association in Denver.

The class was entitled "Osteoporosis: An Evidence-Based Approach to Evaluation and Treatment."

Prudential Franklin Associates, Realtors

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Prudential Franklin Associates, Realtors announced that real estate agents James Kuchta, of Chambersburg, and Angela St. Clair, of Shippensburg, Pa., were top agents for August.

To qualify for the top honors, agents must report the highest number of settlements or new listings during the month.

Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Waynesboro office has recognized sales professionals Paul Gunder and Darrell Morgan for their performances in August.

The decision was based on the number of new listings, sales and referrals, attendance at real estate meetings and workshops and customer satisfaction reports.

Eagle Construction

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Eagle Construction Co., a competitive bid contractor, recently held its annual picnic, during which several employees were recognized for service to the company.

· Ken Monninger, superintendent, was recognized for 35 years of service.

· Mick Goshorn, superintendent, was recognized for 30 years of service.

· Lain Mowen, vice president, was recognized for 20 years of service.

· Ken Rendel Sr., superintendent and Richard Timmons, superintendent, were recognized for five years of service.

Marc Gamerman

Marc Gamerman, D.C., of Hagerstown, participated in a Part III Pilot Examination on Sept. 22 at the headquarters of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) in Greeley, Colo.

Examinations developed by the NBCE are accepted or required for licensure of doctors of chiropractic in 48 states.

The proposed pilot exam will consist of a new format of questioning directed toward testing at a higher level of understanding than the traditional recall configuration. The selected test committee is composed of practicing doctors who represent state licensing boards and chiropractic college faculty who specialize in clinical case management. Serving as representative of the Maryland Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Gamerman was one of seven chosen to participate from across the United States.

If the pilot passes scrutiny, the new format will be introduced in 2009.

Tastefully Simple

Amanda Hoover of Williamsport has become an independent consultant for Tastefully Simple Inc. national direct-sales company of gourmet products.

As a consultant, Hoover offers the company's products to guests at home taste-testing parties.

Simplicity Salon and Spa

Designers Pam Nichols and Janesa King, of Simplicity Salon and Spa in Hagerstown, participated in a four-day advanced class in hair design and hair color at the Redken Exchange in New York City.

Exit Preferred Realty

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Trish Rowe of Exit Preferred Realty, was top Exit Realtor for sales volumn and gross closed commissions in Pennsylvania in August.

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