Business briefs

December 23, 2010
  • Hendrik (Henk) Bennink
Hendrik (Henk) Bennink

Leadership Maryland

Washington County Attorney John M. Martirano recently completed an eight-month leadership development program sponsored by Leadership Maryland.  

Leadership Maryland, celebrating its 18th graduating class, honored the Smithburg resident, along with 50 statewide classmates, at a black-tie reception and banquet earlier this month at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore.  

Leadership Maryland, an independent, educational leadership development organization, informs top-level executives from the public and private sectors about the critical issues, challenges and opportunities facing the state of Maryland and its regions.

After participating in a broad range of experiences, these statewide leaders are prepared to address these issues and serve as important participants in the unified effort to shape Maryland's future.

Nitterhouse Concrete Products Inc.

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Daryl S. Wenger, sales and marketing manager of Nitterhouse Concrete Products Inc., recently announced the transition of sales coverage for New Jersey and New York City effective Jan. 1.

Hendrik (Henk) Bennink, a Nitterhouse sales consultant from Red Bank, N.J., covering the New Jersey and New York City areas, will be turning over the reins to Justin J. Lyons.  

Lyons, a five-year Nitterhouse veteran from Medford, N.J., will handle all new inquiries for precast concrete design assistance and proposals.

Lyons has an extensive background in the precast concrete construction industry, having been a union contractor specializing in precast concrete erection.

Keller Williams Premier Realty

Syd Machat, accredited land consultant, recently became affiliated with Keller Williams Premier Realty.

Machat specializes in land and commercial real estate.

A veteran practitioner, Machat also will serve in the capacity of real estate facilitator-educator.

Roxbury Correctional Institution  

Lt. Jeff Sigler was recognized as Roxbury Correctional Institution's Supervisor of the Quarter because of his work ethic.

Sigler does an exceptional job managing, maintaining and monitoring RCI's fleet and security equipment, according to his nomination.

Sigler has been employed by the State of Maryland since 1990.

Correctional Officer Joseph Winslow was named Employee of the Month for December at RCI.

The Herald-Mail Articles