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Business people

November 27, 2009

Brook Lane



Tiesha Johnson, CRNP, recently joined the medical staff of Brook Lane, working in the hospital with children and adolescents.

Johnson is a certified registered nurse practitioner in family psychiatric/mental health.

Johnson completed her bachelor of science in nursing in 2003 and her master's degree in psychiatric/mental health - child and adolescent advance practice nursing in 2008 at the University of Rochester (N.Y.) School of Nursing.

MEC Electrical Construction



Greg Mills has joined MEC Electrical Construction as director of business development.

Mills holds an MBA from the University of Virginia and a B.S. in engineering from North Carolina State University.

Mills has experience in construction, manufacturing, marketing and defense contracting.

City Hospital



MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Crystal Kindle, a financial analyst in the emergency department at City Hospital, recently was named the hospital's Quality Service Award winner for October.

Kindle was nominated by several colleagues as well as family members of patients seen in the emergency department at City Hospital.

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Sacred Spaces Hypnosis & Reiki Center



Anna Hargett, owner of Sacred Spaces Hypnosis & Reiki Center, is now working out of O'Neill Physical Therapy Services in Hagerstown.

To make an appointment with Hargett, call 301-573-8670.

Sulchek & Moore LLC



Ron Sulchek, CPA/ABV/CFF, managing member of Sulchek & Moore LLC, recently attended the AICPA National Business Valuation Conference in San Francisco.

Sulchek was one of 700 participants who heard from the nation's leading experts in the fields of valuation and forensic science and economic damage analysis.

Sulchek is accredited in business valuation and certified in financial forensics. He also is trained in collaborative law practice.

Shepherd University



SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - A Shepherd University faculty member and a student recently were honored at the West Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (WVAHPERD) Conference in Flatwoods, W.Va.

Andro Barnett, associate professor and chair of the Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sport, received the Honor Award from WVAHPERD President Joe Smith. Barnett was re-elected to the group's board of directors as the student adviser and as vice president for higher education.

Robert Group of Greencastle, Pa., was presented the Bee N. Orr Outstanding Student Award. He is a senior majoring in physical education.

Also, David Canada of Frederick, Md., was selected as the student representative to the board of directors of WVAHPERD. He is a junior majoring in physical education.

Maryland State Police



FREDERICK, Md. - Two Maryland State Police troopers assigned to the Frederick barrack recently were promoted to the rank of trooper first class.

o Trooper First Class Everett Green, a Washington County resident, served in the U.S. Marine Corps as an ordnance technician for eight years. He also was employed for seven years by the Maryland Division of Correction (DOC) at the Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown.

After graduating from the Maryland State Police Academy in 2006, Green was assigned to the Westminster barrack. He transferred to the Frederick barrack in January 2009. He was awarded Trooper of the Month in August 2009.

o Trooper First Class Christopher Michael, a Clear Spring resident, was appointed to the Maryland State Police Academy in 2006.

After graduating from the police academy, Michael was assigned to the Westminster barrack. He transferred to the Frederick barrack in January 2009. He has made 36 DUI arrests in Frederick County in the past nine months and was awarded two achievement certificates for extraordinary DUI enforcement from Lt. Col. Robert Turano, Maryland State Police Field Operations bureau chief.

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