Business People - Sept. 16

September 12, 2012
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Carson Institutional Advisory

OMAHA, Neb. — Scott Ford, chief executive officer and founder of Cornerstone Wealth Management Group in Hagerstown, recently was added as a member of Carson Institutional Advisory’s Investment Committee.

As a member of the committee, Ford will be jointly responsible for the technical analysis component of the committee as it directs the “advance and protect” investment strategy employed by Carson Wealth Management, a wealth-management firm in Omaha. The strategy seeks to secure gains in advancing markets and protect capital in sideways to negative markets. It emphasizes risk management and is driven by a rigorous, repeatable investment process.

Orrstown Bank

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Jeffrey M. Seibert recently joined Orrstown Bank as executive vice president/chief operating officer.

He will have responsibility for the commercial sales team, commercial credit functions and the special assets group.

Seibert is a longtime resident of southcentral Pennsylvania and, following graduation from Messiah College, spent 13 years at Farmers Bank and Trust Co., Hanover, Pa. He began as a management trainee and progressed through roles of increasing responsibility prior to joining Peoples State Bank in 1994.


He worked for Peoples, and its successor, CommunityBanks of Harrisburg, Pa., as senior lender, chief credit officer and managing director of banking services.

When CommunityBanks was acquired by Susquehanna Bancshares, Seibert served as chief operating officer of Susquehanna Bank, PA, managing director of commercial banking and finally, president of the Pennsylvania Division.

Frederick Police Department

FREDERICK, Md. — Chief Kim C. Dine, chief of the Frederick Police Department, recently announced the following promotions:

  • Lt. Thomas J. Ledwell, a 20-year veteran of the agency, to the rank of captain
  • Cpl. Paul W. Beliveau, a 12-year veteran, to the rank of sergeant
  • Cpl. Kirk H. Henneberry, a nine-year veteran, to the rank of sergeant
  • Cpl. Sean F. Carr, an 11-year veteran, to the rank of sergeant
  • Officer Charles A. Snyder, a 12-year veteran, to the rank of corporal
  • Officer Aaron B. Lapp, a five-year veteran, to the rank of corporal
  • Officer Tracey M. Carr, who joined the department as a dispatcher and was hired as a police officer in November 2003, to the rank of corporal

Mary Kay

Crystal Zinn of Hagerstown has been a Mary Kay beauty consultant since January 2011, and in a year and a half, earned a free Mary Kay car and became an independent sales director. Her new unit’s name is H.O.T. Shotz because Mary Kay is the vehicle to help people have Hope, Opportunity and Teamwork.
Zinn also works full time as an occupational therapy assistant at Williamsport Retirement Village.

F&M Trust

ST. THOMAS, Pa. — Dana Kaiser recently was named community office manager for F&M Trust’s St. Thomas office.

Kaiser joined F&M Trust in 1998, and has more than 13 years of banking experience. She has served as a teller, head teller, assistant financial services officer, and most recently as financial services officer and assistant community office manager at the bank’s Memorial Square office. In her new position, she will be responsible for contributing to the efforts to grow retail loans, deposits and noninterest income in her designated market area; fostering the bank’s relationship management culture; and achieving established sales and customer service goals. Kaiser also will be responsible for growing small business loans in the St. Thomas market.

A graduate of Greencastle-Antrim High School, Kaiser has completed a variety of courses offered through the Bank Administration Institute and American Bankers Association. She is a graduate of the School of Banking and Advanced School of Banking sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bankers Association.

She is involved in many community activities, including Exchange Club of Chambersburg, Pa., and Greencastle (Pa.) Midget Football Association.

A native of Greencastle, Kaiser lives in Hagerstown.

Advanced Chiropractic Care

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Dr. May T. Cao of Advanced Chiropractic Care recently attended a three-day training in Pittsburgh sponsored by the American Chiropractic Association, Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and TeamCME to become a certified medical examiner to perform Department of Transportation physical examinations.

The course, held in July, was held in preparation for the national mandate that all commercial vehicle drivers be required to use only certified medical examiners for CDL exams starting May 21, 2014.
Cao has been in active chiropractic practice since 1999.

Summit Endocrinology

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Dr. Carina Signori recently joined the practice of Summit Endocrinology, an affiliate of Summit Health, at Summit Health Center, Building 2, 757 Norland Ave., Suite 210 in Chambersburg.

Although Signori previously treated patients at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pa., she is no stranger to Franklin County residents, since a lot of her patients there came from this area.

She joins in practice with Dr. Jose Galindo Jr.; Tracey Wiley; registered dietitians and diabetes educators Melissa Benzon, Kristan Eddy-Thorne and Karen Polensky; and registered dietitian Jennifer Ruby.

Summit Endocrinology’s providers and certified educators treat and partner with patients to manage chronic endocrine system disorders, including diabetes and prediabetes; thyroid disorders; thyroid cancer management; osteoporosis; cholesterol disorders; adrenal disorders; pituitary disorders; menstrual disorders; and testosterone disorders.

The practice also provides continuous glucose monitoring; insulin pumps and starts; meal and exercise planning; thyroid ultrasounds; and thyroid fine needle aspiration biopsies.

For more information, call 717-217-6820 or go to

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