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Business People - Feb. 6

February 04, 2011
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Washington County Health Department

Carla Freeman has been named Washington County Health Department's Employee of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2011.

Freeman has been employed by the health department since 2008, where she works as a community health nurse with the communicable disease program.

In that capacity, she identifies, tracks and reports communicable disease outbreaks and works with the clinic programs that provide family planning, sexually transmitted disease prevention, tuberculosis screening and childhood immunizations.

Prior to employment at the health department, Freeman worked for more than 35 years as an emergency room nurse at Washington County Hospital.



Volvo Powertrain North America

Roger Douglas, coordinator, material handling, was named Employee of the Month for December at Volvo Powertrain North America.

Douglas sets the standard for professionalism by demonstrating the high level of commitment to quality that customers expect and appreciate. He has been a major contributor in making process improvements.



Bank of Charles Town

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Robert F. Baronner Jr., president and CEO of Bank of Charles Town, announced the hiring and appointment of Arch A. Moore III to the position of executive vice president of the Charles Town bank.

A native of Glendale, W.Va., Moore is a graduate of West Virginia University with bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration.



James Craft & Son

YORK HAVEN, Pa. — James Craft & Son Inc. has announced that Jeffrey A. Murry, a licensed master plumber, has joined the company as a project superintendent.

Murry, a lifelong resident of Lancaster County, studied plumbing at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, completed a plumbing apprenticeship program with Associated Builders and Contractors in Manheim, Pa., and received his certification in Project Management from Penn State University, The Lancaster Center.

James Craft & Son services businesses in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia, with locations in York Haven and Chambersburg, Pa.



Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Waynesboro office is welcoming a new sales professional to their team, Dale Valentine.

Dale is licensed to list and sell all types of real estate in  Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. He is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Pennsylvania Association of Realtors, Pen Mar Regional Association of Realtors and MRIS (Metropolitan Regional Information Systems). He has been a full-time Realtor for 15 years and was a custom homebuilder for 20 years.

Jack Gaughen has offices throughout central and south-central Pennsylvania.



Graystone Tower Bank

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — The management of Graystone Tower Bank is pleased to announce the recent promotion of Jordan Peffer to culture agent.

In this role, Peffer is responsible for promoting and advancing the bank's culture through teaching, training and project development.  

Peffer steps into his new position after serving as the branch operations supervisor at the Chambersburg, Pa., branch. Peffer, who joined Graystone Tower Bank in 2009, is an active community volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and resides in Chambersburg.



Jeff Fisher Insurance Agency

ERIE, Pa. — Pink shoes, pink suit and even a pink Volkswagen Beetle there's pink everywhere at the Jeff Fisher Insurance Agency in Chambersburg, Pa., and it's all part of an effort to support breast cancer awareness.

Agency owner Jeff Fisher and his staff were named one of Erie Insurance's 2010 Giving Network Agencies of the Year for community service.

In honor of the agency's efforts, Erie Insurance donated $2,500 to the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance.

The agency has worked side by side with the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance for 11 years to fight breast cancer through community awareness.

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