Business People

November 11, 2007

Frederick Land Co.

FREDERICK, Md. - Eric N. Lamb Esq. recently joined Frederick Land Co. (FLC) as an associate broker.

His duties will include commercial leasing, consulting, project management, and contract and lease review.

Prior to his appointment, Lamb co-founded the Baltimore-based, Property Title & Escrow LLC, a company that provides real estate closing and settlement services in more than 20 U.S. states.

A native of Frederick, Lamb graduated from Mount St. Mary's College in 1990 with a bachelor's degree in business. He obtained his law degree from the University of Baltimore, School of Law in 1993.

He is a member of the Maryland State Bar and the federal bar.

Martin & Seibert

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Alice R. Gonlin and Erin H. Preston have joined the Collections Group of Martin & Seibert, L.C.

Gonlin will work on cases in Maryland and Preston on cases in Virginia.

Gonlin graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh in 1985, and completed her J.D. studies at the University of Baltimore.


She worked as director of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) programs, heading up the District Court of Maryland ADR office from 2000-2006 before entering private practice. She also has been a mediator for eight years.

Preston studied law at Stetson University in St. Petersburg, Fla. She completed a clerkship at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the middle district of Florida.

She served as the deputy town attorney for the town of Leesburg, Va., acting as legal counsel to the town's Planning Commission and the Board of Architectural Review.

Callas Contractors

The following people have joined the Hagerstown staff of Callas Contractors Inc.: Office - Danette Baker, project manager assistant; Tony Alongi, estimator; Lisa Fox, accounts receivable; and Cheri Burger, Human Resources.

·Superintendent: Tom Henry.

Mechanics: Chris Kerns, Gary Bradshaw, Michael Cole and Andrew Norris.

· Also, Nicholas V. Hill Sr. has rejoined Callas Contractors as vice president of construction.

Hill has more than 35 years of construction experience, including 24 years with Callas. He began his career with Callas as a superintendent and worked his way to vice president/senior project manger.

He has a degree in construction management from Frederick Community College.


Correctional Officer James Kalbflesh was named Roxbury Correctional Institution's employee of the month for October.

Kalbflesh was commended for his attentiveness during security rounds in the segregation unit, which saved the life of an inmate who was attempting suicide, according to a prepared release.

Kalbflesh notified the staff in the control center of the situation, assessed the inmate's condition and remained with him until a nurse arrived and the inmate was taken to the dispensary.

· Lt. John Beair was named RCI's supervisor of the quarter October through December.

Beair, the prison's environmental compliance and safety officer, is responsible for coordinating risk management meetings and administering the "Fit Test" Program at RCI. He established a program that has become the model for the state's Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, the release says.

PNC Investments

David R. Neterer has been awarded the accredited investment fiduciary designation from the Center for Fiduciary Studies in Pittsburgh.

The AIF designation, which signifies training in fiduciary responsibility, follows a two-day course and examination.

Neterer, of Waynesboro, Pa., is a senior financial consultant for PNC Investments in Hagerstown. He specializes in retirement income planning.

Exit Preferred Realty

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Cindi Grove and Joy Yeager have joined Exit Preferred Realty in Pennsylvanlia.

Grove, of Buchanan Vallley, Pa., has more than 21 years of experience in the real estate industry. She received a Graduate Realtor Institute designation in 1989. Licensed in Pennsylvania, she will work in the Adams and Franklin counties area.

Yeager, of Chambersburg, is an investor and landlord with five units. She is licensed in Pennsylvania.

Heritage Financial

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - David B. Jones, David M. Jones and Karen L. Coyne of Heritage Financial Services LLC were among the Raymond James Financial Services Inc. financial advisers, partners, associates and guests to attend the company's 2007 National Conference for Professional Development Sept. 16-20 in Nashville.

At the conference, financial advisers attended workshops and lectures on investment and financial subjects. Topics included alternative investments, wealth management and performance reporting, among others.

PeriAnesthesia Nurses

Six local nurses attended the Chesapeake Bay Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses (CBSPAN) annual seminar in Dover, Del., in October.

They are Julianne Harp and Carol Jones from Washington County Hospital Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU); Cheryl Seifarth from Robinwood Surgical Center PACU; Christine Barkdoll from Robinwood Endoscopy Center; and Joy Reece and Gwen Frey from Frederick Memorial Hospital PACU.

More than 125 nurses from the specialty attended the event, which also was a celebration of CBSPAN's 25th anniversary.

CBSPAN is committed to perianesthesia nursing education and safe practice.

The local nurses who attended the seminar are members of CBSPAN Western Maryland district.

Harp is the immediate past secretary and incoming chariwoman of the new Research Committee and Jones is past president of CBSPAN.

Seifarth is president and Barkdoll is treasurer of the Western Maryland District.

Reece is the immediate past president of CBSPAN and Frey is secretary of CBSPAN, a component of the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses.

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