Business People - Jan. 29

January 29, 2012
  • Kristi Jacobs Woods
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Turning Point Real Estate

FREDERICK, Md. — Kristi Jacobs Woods recently joined the office of Turning Point Real Estate, a real estate services company in the Greater Washington Metropolitan Real Estate Market.

Woods is a residential sales associate with more than 15 years of industry experience serving buyers and sellers in the local region.

A native of Frederick County, Md., she graduated from Linganore High School and has stayed involved in the community over the years. She volunteers year-round as a mentor in the Frederick County Woman to Woman Mentor Program and is active in the local adult soccer community.

Woods also is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and is the current Western Maryland Alumni Chapter president for the college.

In addition to spending time with her husband and son, Woods enjoys soccer, golf and event planning.

F&M Trust

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Carol L. Morris has joined F&M Trust as assistant loan servicing manager at the bank’s headquarters in downtown Chambersburg.

Morris brings more than 21 years of banking experience to F&M Trust. Starting her banking career as a credit card and floor plan manager at the former Valley Bank & Trust in Chambersburg, she has experience in loan operations including customer service, credit card and floor plan operations, loan documentation, commercial loan operations and loan servicing.

Most recently she was commercial loan operations supervisor at Orrstown Bank.

At F&M Trust, Morris will be responsible for assisting in the management of the loan-servicing department, ensuring the recording of loan payments, preparation of monthly billings and tax reporting, and servicing of the secondary market mortgage portfolio.

Morris is active in a number of community organizations and events, including Relay for Life, American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity and the Girl Scouts of America.

A native of Everett, Pa., she lives in Shippensburg, Pa., with her husband, Rick, and children.

The Mental Health Center of Western Maryland Inc.

Amanda Glenn was named November’s employee of the month at the Mental Health Center of Western Maryland Inc. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland.

December’s employee of the month was Frank Forrest, facilities/fleet department.

January’s employee of the month is Zachary Mooney, who graduated from the University of Baltimore.

Also, Ebone Rocker, a graduate of Towson University, has completed her supervision hours and is now practicing as a licensed clinical professional counselor.

RE/MAX Achievers

RE/MAX Achievers, at 222 E. Oak Ridge Drive, Suite 2000, in Hagerstown, welcomes Cassandra Bailey and Megan Powell to its team of professionals.

Bailey is licensed in Maryland and Pennsylvania, and has been in real estate since 1999.

Powell is licensed in Maryland, and has been in real estate since 2000.

December's top agents

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

• Top agent with commissions: Derek L. Heckman

• Top agent with new listings: Scott M. Thompson

• Top agent with new sales: Kari L. Shank

• Top team with commissions: The Powell Team, consisting of Steven L. Powell, Stephenie Rinehart, Linda Hansen and Steve Souders

• Top team with new listings and new sales: The Shirley Bayer Team, consisting of Shirley J. Bayer and Matt B. Davis

Washington County Health Department

Tammy Thornton has been named Washington County Health Department’s employee of the quarter for the first quarter of 2012.

A registered dietitian, Thornton has worked with the health department since 1993, working with and directing programs dealing with chronic diseases — mainly heart disease, diabetes and obesity.  She has also conducted work-site wellness programs, developed and presented childhood feeding and nutrition programs, given individual and family nutritional counseling, and worked with numerous community organizations and coalitions to promote healthful lifestyles and dietary choices.

Her selection is a recognition of her many community contributions, most recently the local initiation of a university-developed behavior-modification program that, among other goals, targeted eating habits. The program, just completed, closed with a study conducted in conjunction with the University of California, San Francisco. The study is pending analysis and publication.    

Tastefully Simple Inc.

FALLING WATERS, W.Va. — Angie Cover, a Falling Waters resident and independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., is now a team manager with the national direct seller of easy-to-prepare foods.

Cover earned the promotion through sales achievements and by adding new consultants to the team. The promotion entitles Cover to a variety of benefits, including commissions, bonuses and allowances.

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