Business People - July 31

July 31, 2011
  • Dana Kline
Dana Kline


Corporate UPS in Atlanta announced that Dana Kline has accepted the position of Integrad facilitator in Landover, Md.

Integrad is UPS’ high-tech driver-training facility that incorporates virtual reality, simulations, classroom and hands-on training to produce UPS’ most proficient, safety focused drivers.

Kline also received the distinction of being named “Top Gun” in the 2010 Management Driver Safety Training course in Richmond, Va.

Keller Williams Rice Realty LLC

Paul Napoli and Charlotte Sherman have been appointed to leadership positions with Keller Williams Rice Realty LLC.

Napoli has been appointed an assistant team leader/recruiter. He will be coordinating recruiting programs, conducting interviews and hiring real estate professionals. Maintaining agent retention, and establishing and maintaining agent services, will also be among his responsibilities.

Sherman has been appointed as an assistant team leader/productivity coach. She will be maintaining and analyzing listing and sales statistics, conducting coaching, consultations and mentoring with sales associations, and coordinating training and educational programs.

Napoli and Sherman join Nancy McBride, team leader/broker and Andrea Sherman, market center administrator to form the leadership team at Keller Williams Rice Realty LLC.


RE/MAX Achievers

RE/MAX Achievers announced the top agents for the month of June:

Top agent with commissions: Shirley J. Bayer

Top agent with new listings: Derek L. Heckman

Top agent with new sales: Kelly E. Kline

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.

Mack Trucks Inc.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Michael Reardon was named vice president of sales for Mack Trucks Inc., effective July 1.

He brings more than 20 years of sales and marketing leadership to his new position, where he will be responsible for Mack’s national accounts and business development.

Since coming to Mack from American Isuzu Motors in 1996, Reardon has served as vice president of distributor operations, vice president of Mack’s Western Region, and executive director of marketing and business development. He has been vice president of marketing for the past three years, which included the launch of the company’s ClearTech SCR technology for EPA 2010 and the opening of the new Mack Customer Center in Allentown, Pa.  

He will continue to be based at Mack World Headquarters in Greensboro. He replaces Michael McNally, who is retiring after 39 years with the company.

Innovative Inc.

The following employees of Innovative Inc. recently passed sales and technical certification exams:

Account Manager Jeremy Downie successfully passed his Cisco Sales Expert Exam. This certification rewards him for his knowledge of Cisco technologies and solutions.

Senior Network Engineer Ryan Boyer successfully passed his Cisco Express Foundation Design Specialist and Cisco Certified Design Associate recertification exam. This is Boyer’s third successful recertification and reinforces his knowledge of Cisco’s switch, router, firewall and wireless technologies.  

Downie’s and Boyer’s certifications help meet the requirements associated with Innovative being a Cisco Premier Certified Partner.

Technician Jeremy Reynolds recently passed his Apple Certified Support Professional 10.6 and Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.6 recertification exams. He is Innovative’s Apple specialist and has been Apple-certified since 2008.

Technician Richard Hinsley recently passed his Lifesize Technical Professional Exam recertification exam, which meets part of Innovative’s requirement to continue offering Lifesize high-definition video-conferencing solutions.

Martin & Seibert L.C.

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — For many years, members of the law firm of Martin & Seibert L.C., headquartered in Martinsburg, have been acknowledged in national publications and have received much individual recognition.

This year, Clarence E. Martin III, Walter M. Jones III, E. Kay Fuller and Susan R. Snowden have again been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers, a national magazine that honors outstanding attorneys in each state who have been nominated by their peers, and have reached a high degree of professional achievement.

Martin and Jones were recognized for their accomplishments in the defense of mass torts and class actions. Both have more than 30 years of legal experience, and have been involved in some of the largest state and national cases involving insurance, financial products, pollution and consumer fraud.

Fuller was selected for her excellence in appellate advocacy, having argued many cases of first impression before the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia.

Snowden was selected to be included in a specialty publication for her accomplishments in employment litigation.

Michael M. Stevens, a new shareholder with the firm and a member of the litigation department, was, for the second time, named by West Virginia Super Lawyers and Rising Stars as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in the state. 

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