Business People - Sept. 30

September 30, 2012
  • Susan Lundquist
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The Bodyworks Massage Center

Susan Lundquist, nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork, and a Maryland-licensed massage therapist, recently joined the team of massage professionals at The Bodyworks Massage Center at 1305 Pennsylvania Ave. in Hagerstown.

Lundquist, who also is a licensed practical nurse, is a 2002 graduate of the Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork program at Synergy Healing Arts Center and Massage School in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.

A professional member of the American Massage Therapy Association, she practices Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, hot stone, reflexology, myofascial, Thai and trigger-point bodywork techniques.

Summit Health

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Barbara Constable recently was named vice president for community relations at Summit Health.

In her new role, Constable will be working to improve health programs for the community, as well as supporting health care providers in their mission of improving the health of the community.

Most recently, Constable was the director of cancer services for Summit Cancer and Hematology, an affiliate of Summit Health.

Constable has extensive experience in clinical and administrative roles throughout health care. She began her career in nursing, and also has experience in hospital administration and cancer consulting for developing strategic and business plans.

Hagerstown Police Department

Officer Ron Isaacs was selected as the Hagerstown Police Department’s officer of the month for July. 

Isaacs was nominated for his proactive policing skills. On July 5, while he was on patrol in his assigned sector, he observed several males attempting to leave the area in a vehicle that was parked in an alley. A female flagged Isaacs down and advised him that the occupants of the vehicle had just broken into her residence and that one of the males had a gun. 

As Isaacs approached the vehicle, several of the occupants fled on foot. He was able to apprehend one of the suspects, who was later identified as the suspect with the gun. Deputies from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office assisted, and located two of the other occupants of the vehicle.

A pellet gun was found in the car.

Isaacs has been employed by the City of Hagerstown for approximately five years and is assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division’s Alpha Platoon.

Callas Contractors Inc.

Ray A. Harbaugh recently joined the Estimating Department at Callas Contractors. 

He is a graduate of Penn State and brings 25 years of construction experience to the Callas team.  

Harbaugh worked as an estimator for Brechbill and Helman from 2000-04, estimating general construction and design-development projects, and most recently with HPG as a door and hardware lead estimator.

He has spent his career in construction, owning and operating a small design-build construction firm in the Waynesboro, Pa., area for 13 years and teaching building trades at Carlisle Vocational Technical School. Harbaugh continues to teach construction-related continuing-education courses for Hagerstown Community College and Associated Builders and Contractors of the Cumberland Valley.

He lives in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., with his wife, Barbara, two daughters, Jessica and Laura, and two granddaughters, Anna and Lilly.

Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Scott Palmer and Jim Crumrine, with Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA, were recognized as agents of the month for July in the Greencastle office.

The award is given based on the number of listings taken, sales made and closed sales, as well as attendance at Realtor functions and continuing-education classes completed.

Palmer has been selling real estate for 26 years and is an associate broker. He lives in Greencastle with his wife, Dawn, and daughter.

Crumrine has been selling real estate since 1998. He holds the Graduate of the Realtor Institute designation and is a certified trainer for ERA. He lives in Greencastle with his wife, Betty.

Orrstown Bank

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — David P. Boyle, CPA, recently joined Orrstown Bank as executive vice president/chief financial officer.

Boyle will be responsible for directing the development and maintenance of Orrstown’s financial plans, policies, strategic initiatives and financial compliance.

He graduated from Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pa., with a degree in business administration and accounting, and is a certified public accountant in Pennsylvania and Ohio.

Boyle worked as an accountant for four years following graduation before entering the banking field in 1990 as vice president, controller at Wayne Bancorp Inc. in Wooster, Ohio. As his career progressed at Wayne Bancorp, he was named chief financial officer in 1995; president, chief operating officer in 1999; and chairman, president and chief executive officer in 2001.

Wayne Bancorp was acquired by National City in 2004 and later, PNC Financial Services.

His most recent position was executive vice president, chief performance officer.

Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.

Wilford O. Seilhamer has succeeded Joan L. Warner as president of Associated Builders and Contractors Inc., Cumberland Valley Chapter.

Seilhamer started his training in the ABC CVC plumbing apprenticeship program. He earned his journeyman’s and master’s certificates, and started his own business, J&W Mechanical.

In 1986, he joined ABC as a member firm and served on the apprenticeship committee, going on to become apprenticeship chairman. Seilhamer also served on the ABC CVC board of directors and was a past chairman of the board of the Cumberland Valley Chapter.

Seilhamer has worked with almost every committee and was an active member for 26 years.

Md. Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

TOWSON, Md. — Cynthia J. Weyant was recently named director of volunteer programs for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, or DPSCS.

The position, newly developed, is expected to play a key role in improving DPSCS re-entry efforts.

DPSCS has an estimated 4,500 volunteers that provide a variety of services in areas including faith-based, legal assistance, housing, mediation, parenting skills, drug treatment and employment readiness that correctional and community supervision staff alone could not extend to the individuals under supervision in Maryland. Such programs and their volunteers assist offenders from the time they enter the pretrial system through parole or probation, giving them the tools necessary to become law-abiding citizens.

Weyant will evaluate current volunteer programs, assess the department’s volunteer needs to identify areas of potential growth, create and manage a volunteer database, and develop volunteer training programs.

Prior to working for DPSCS, Weyant worked for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake as the director of site mentoring programs, and also as an independent contractor for the Harford County (Md.) Department of Community Services.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in sociology/psychology from Lee University, as well as several certifications in leadership and grant/program management.

F&M Trust

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Robert K. Day has joined F&M Trust announced as a commercial credit recovery officer.

Day has more than 35 years of banking experience. His background in the industry includes positions in commercial lending, business banking, credit risk management, retail market management and small-business lending.

He previously was the executive vice president and chief lending officer at Integrity Bank, prior to joining a Harrisburg, Pa.-area property-management company, where he was chief operating officer in the hospitality industry.

At F&M Trust, Day will be responsible for ensuring policy and procedures are maintained to monitor and control credit, operational and compliance risk, as well as making recommendations to reduce risk exposure and ensure the quality of the bank’s commercial loan portfolio.

A graduate of the Central Atlantic School of Commercial Lending at Bucknell University, Day completed banking courses offered by the American Bankers Association, Robert Morris Associates and Bank Administration Institute.

A native and resident of Harrisburg, Day has been involved in various community organizations and committees.

Matthew W. Berger recently joined F&M Trust as a management trainee.

Berger joins F&M Trust with more than four years of experience in the financial services industry, most recently working as small-business services representative for a card merchant service provider. He served as a financial analyst during his college years, and subsequently worked as a senior equities trader on Wall Street.

At F&M Trust, he will be participating in a training program that will focus on commercial services, investment and trust, retail banking services including consumer lending and retail management, and risk management, as well as a general overview of the bank’s service and support areas.

A graduate of Pennsylvania State University’s Smeal College of Business, Berger earned a bachelor’s degree in finance/accounting with a minor in business law.

He served as a member of his fraternity’s executive board and as treasurer. Berger has co-chaired fundraising events to benefit the Four Diamonds Fund and launched an annual volleyball tournament to benefit research of blood-related cancers.

A native of Greencastle, Pa., Berger lives in Waynesboro, Pa.

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