Business People

November 18, 2007

Clover Realty

Dot McDonald-Kline has joined the staff of Clover Realty LLC in Hagerstown.

She was licensed in 1979 and has obtained her GRI designation. She works with clients in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

She is past president of the Women's Council of Realtors and served as director of the Washington County Student Trades Fundation.

The Bodyworks Massage Center

Lisa Calzarette, CMT, certified massage therapist with The Bodyworks Massage Center in Hagerstown, recently completed the "Nurturing the Mother" Fertility Massage Intensive at the Baltimore School of Massage.


A multi-faceted approach to an emotional and personal journey for many women, techniques included a combination of cranial-sacral alignment, reflexology for hormonal balance, intestinal detoxification and deep pelvic work.

Calzarette is a 2001 graduate of the Virginia School of Massage and is a professional member of the American Massage Council. She practices Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, reflexology, prenatal, hot stone, and Thai yoga massage.

LifeTime Events

FREDERICK, Md. - Jeannelle Muhammad, president and CEO of LifeTime Events, has been selected to receive a Top 100 Miinority Business Enterprise Award.

LifeTime Events, a Frederick-based event management and consulting firm, has more than 20 years of experience designing weddings and special events.

Muhammad was honored at an awards ceremony at the Inn and Conference Center at the University of Maryland University College in Adelphia, Md., on Nov. 8.

AtHome America

Kelly Goetz, of Hagerstown, an independent salesperson for AtHome America, was recognized for having high team sales in September.

J.P. Trucking

During J.P. Trucking Inc.'s quarterly safety breakfast on Oct. 28, Greg Worthington was honored for 500,000 miles of safe driving.

Also, Scott Hammond, Mike Cross and David Beam were welcomed to the company.

Brook Lane

Brook Lane named the following employees Employee of the Month for October.

· Clinical Staff - Susan Asbury, registered nurse, the Inpatient Hospital.

· Support Staff - Linda Wishard, medical staff coordinator, administration.

Martin's Elevator

Luke Martin and Randall Potter, of Martin's Elevator in Hagerstown, attended a comprehensive three-day training program designed to qualify them as certified FeedMaster specialists.

Professors from land grant universities, industry nutritionists, veterinarians and others conducted technical sessions for the training.

The training program is tied to the Southern States' FeedMaster program. It is designed to augment the existing knowledge base of employees involved in advising customers on issues related to feeding various dairy animals.

The Glocker Group Realty Results

The Glocker Group Realty Results listed top agents for October:

· Gary Glocker was Top Real Estate Agent for Settled Volume.

· Brenda Byrnes was Top Real Estate Agent for Settled Units.

· Derek Heckman was Top Real Estate Agent for Listed Volume and Units.

Children's Aid Society

NEW OXFORD, Pa. - Children's Aid Society announced the election of two people to its board of directors for 2007-2008:

· Joni Fulkerson of Newville, Pa., a therapeutic staff support member at Franklin Family Services in Chambersburg, Pa.

· John Slimmer of Chambersburg, Pa., a private practice licensed professional counselor in Chambersburg, Pa.

Callas Contractors

Callas Contractors Inc. announced the promotion of Vance Upole to senior estimator for its Hagerstown office.

The company also announced the return of Project Superintendents Walter Jays and Morris Stevenson.

New employees include Alex Wiedel, estimator for the Hagerstown office and Rick Lam, superintendent for the Winchester office.

New field employees include Brian Coates, Don Crider, Josh Foutz, Dale Fritz, Chad Hough, Ken Shanholtz III and Larry Suddueth.


The Maryland Correctional Institution-Hagerstown recognized Scott Gladhill, correctional officer II, as Employee of the Month for the job he has done as a member of the segregation unit.

He has taken on many tasks and assignments above and beyond his regular duties and he is a leader among line staff, according to a prepared release.

Gladhill has been employed with the State of Maryland since 2000.


Laird Moulds, correctional officer II at the Maryland Correctional Training Center on the 12-8 shift, has been named Employee of the Month for November.

Moulds demonstrates motivation, professional fortitude, leadership abilities, tirelessness and professional compassion by volunteering his time unselfishly, according to a prepared release.

He has been employed at MCTC since 1999.

Sagittarius Salon and Spa

Intercoiffure member Marsha Knicley-Masood of Sagittarius Salon and Spa in October attended the Fall Atelier in New York at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.

The Intercoiffure Atelier serves as a creative platform from which new trends in hair design and beauty are launched.

Knicley-Masood also was inducted into The Haircolor Council for Intercoiffure.

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