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Business People - Dec. 4

December 04, 2011

Hagerstown Police Department

Officer Jon Molineaux was named officer of the month for October by the Hagerstown Police Department.  

On Oct. 4, Molineaux assisted in the apprehension of a suspect involved in stealing fire department hose valves in the Arts & Entertainment District parking deck.

On Oct. 20, he, along with other members of the police department, responded to the 600 block of North Locust Street in Hagerstown for a stabbing. Molineaux found the victim and immediately began rendering first aid. He was able to keep the victim calm while waiting for ambulance personnel to arrive.

Molineaux routinely goes above and beyond the normal duties of a patrol officer to assist citizens in need, including providing food and clothing to homeless citizens.

Molineaux has been employed with the Hagerstown Police Department for four years and is assigned to the Charlie Platoon of the Uniformed Patrol Division.



Volvo Powertrain Hagerstown

Doug Stine, designer, product development, was the October employee of the month at Volvo Powertrain Hagerstown.

Stine was nominated by several colleagues for the award.

A 40-year employee, Stine was cited for his mentorship of new employees, attention to detail in his work as a product designer, and extensive historical knowledge of engine products.



Raymond James Financial Services Inc.

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Financial adviser Karen L. Coyne, at 299 Rock Cliff Drive in Martinsburg, recently was named a member of the 2012 Executive Council.

Securities are offered through Raymond James Financial Services Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. Executive council honors are presented to financial advisers who have demonstrated an extremely high level of commitment to clients through personal service and professional integrity.

Coyne, who joined Raymond James in 2007, has more than 10 years of experience in the financial services industry.  



Con-way Freight

Gary Pearson of Hedgesville, W.Va., recently marked 1 million miles of driving without an accident.

Pearson is a driver sales representative for Con-way Freight, a less-than-truckload (freight carrier and subsidiary of Con-way Inc. His journey to safely driving 1 million miles started in December 2002.

Pearson has worked for Con-way Freight since 1994 and has been a professional truck driver for 25 years. He typically drives approximately 542 miles per shift, and his route takes him from Greencastle, Pa., to Maybrook, N.Y.

Pearson has two children, Adam, 31, and Jared, 26. In his free time, he enjoys kayaking, bicycling and backpacking.

Over the company’s 28-year history, more than 1,500 Con-way Freight driver sales representatives have reached the 1 million mile safe-driving milestone, while more than 100 have driven 2 million miles accident-free.



Professional Property Services Ltd.

Harry and Cindy Van Mater, and Angela and Michael Morris of Professional Property Services Ltd., local leaders in the residential property management field, attended the 23rd annual convention of the National Association of Residential Property Managers, or NARPM, from Oct. 18 to 21 in Dallas.

At the awards ceremony, Angela Brinkley-Morris was presented with the Residential Management Professional designation by Tony Drost, the national president of NARPM. The designation is granted to those who have demonstrated commitment to high-quality management of residential property, and to the education necessary to achieve that quality.

Brinkley-Morris is a property manager and the office manager for Professional Property Services Ltd. in Myersville, Md., and vice president/president-elect of the local Maryland Suburban Chapter of NARPM.  



Edward Jones

MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Edward Jones financial adviser Brad Myers and branch office administrator Sandy Usiak in Middletown recently were ranked within the top 25 percent in the United States for client service excellence at Edward Jones.

The honor was bestowed based upon the results of a survey in which random clients were asked to rank the service they received from the staffs of their local Edward Jones branch offices. The survey identified Myers and Usiak as providing some of the most exemplary client service within the firm.

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