Business People

June 15, 2011
  • Alleman

F&M Trust

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Eric L. Alleman was promoted to community office manager of the Philadelphia Avenue Office of F&M Trust in Chambersburg.

He replaces Phyllis Amsley-Drawbaugh, who recently retired after 42 years with the bank.

Alleman joined the bank in 2008, and has served as teller and customer service representative/head teller. Most recently, he has been in the role of customer service representative at the Norland Avenue office and then at the Philadelphia Avenue office. As community office manager, he will be responsible for consumer and mortgage lending, business development, deposit services, and serving customers' financial needs with a variety of services not solely limited to loan and deposit products.

A graduate of York College with a bachelor's degree in sports management, Alleman minored in business administration and marketing. Prior to joining the bank, he was a marketing partnerships coordinator for the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning.

A graduate of Leadership Franklin County, Alleman is a member of the Chambersburg Noontime Lions Club and volunteers in a number of community events, including Relay for Life. A Shippensburg, Pa., native, he and his wife live in Chambersburg.

RE/MAX Achievers

RE/MAX Achievers has announced the "top agents" for the month of May: top agent with commissions, Sandy K. Snyder; top agent with new listings, Jeanine K. McVicker; top agent with new sales, Derek L. Heckman; top team with commissions, new listings and new sales, "The Powell Team" consisting of Steven L. Powell, Stephenie Rinehart, Linda Hansen, Steve Souders and Jason Goldberg.

Clover Realty LLC

Richard E. Beckwith of Clover Realty LLC recently earned the Senior Real Estate Specialist designation.

The SRES Council awards the designation to members who successfully complete its education program.

By earning the SRES designation, Beckwith has demonstrated the necessary knowledge and expertise to counsel clients ages 50 and older through major financial and lifestyle transitions involved in relocating, refinancing or selling family properties. As a member of the SRES Council, Beckwith receives regular updates and training, and is prepared to offer clients information needed to make life-changing decisions.

Beckwith also is a graduate of the Realtors Institute, and is broker and owner of Clover Realty LLC.

Apparatus Repair & Engineering Inc.

Apparatus Repair & Engineering Inc. recognized the long-term commitment of two employees in June.

Don Corbett, inside salesperson, celebrated 58 years of service on June 14. He came to work as a mechanic out of high school, working on generators and welders, as well as working in field service before joining the Army. After his service, he came back to work as general manager of AR&E. He is now semi-retired, working three days a week as an inside salesperson.

Joe Vance is the shop superintendent and celebrated 48 years of service with AR&E on June 15. He started working straight out of high school as a motor rewind mechanic and was promoted to shop foreman. Vance is now the shop superintendent, having worked his entire career at AR&E.

Maryland Correctional Training Center

TOWSON, Md. — Correctional Officer II Tommy Young was named employee of the month for June at the Maryland Correctional Training Center south of Hagerstown.

For the past several months, Young has shown exceptional job performance when the institution was undergoing construction, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.

Young keeps the lines of communication open between staff and inmates, providing a safer and more secure area in the education building to which he is assigned, according to the release.

Young uses the institution's school computer network to handle attendance issues, the release said.

Young has been employed at the Maryland Correctional Training Center since July 4, 1990.

Roxbury Correctional Institution

TOWSON, Md.  — Terry Stotelmyer, regional maintenance HVAC mechanic, has been selected as employee of the month of June at Roxbury Correctional Institution.

Warden Gregg Hershberger selected Stotelmyer for the award because he always checks to ensure staff members are comfortable in their work space, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services. Upon request, Stotelmyer expedites repairs to HVAC or critical food service equipment, according to the release. No matter the task, he responds with the utmost professional and courteous manner, and always displays a positive attitude, the release said.

He has been employed with the State of Maryland since April 2003.

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