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Business people - March 24

March 24, 2013
  • Doug Hutzell
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Frederick, Seibert and Associates Inc.

Doug Hutzell, of Frederick, Seibert and Associates Inc. in Hagerstown, recently was named a Hero of Conservation by Field & Stream magazine.

The award is for those who spend their time working to create, improve or restore fish and wildlife or habitat. They are dedicated to the spirit of conservation volunteerism; are members of conservation organizations involved with efforts to benefit a particular species or area; or individuals who take it upon themselves to improve habitat for wildlife.

Hutzell has been involved for many years with environmental issues. As a member of national and local organizations such as Trout Unlimited, Federation of Fly Fishers, Beaver Creek Watershed Association, Antietam Fly Anglers and Seneca Valley Trout Unlimited, he has spent countless hours working to improve water quality and to establish a wild trout fishery on Beaver Creek in Washington County.

Hutzell worked previously for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, and the Maryland Department of the Environment, Water Management Administration, retiring in 2006. He then worked as senior project manager of the mid-Atlantic Division of Environmental Services Inc.

He currently heads the Environmental Division at Frederick, Seibert and Associates.



Coldwell Banker Innovations

Coldwell Banker Innovations in Hagerstown honored the following employees in February:

Cynthia Moler of Moler and Associates, top listing sales associate by volume; and top-selling sales associate by volume, units and settled units

Pamela Mease, top listing sales associate by units

Glen Miller, top sales associate by settled volume

Jeanne Pino, top-selling sales associate by volume and units for corporate-owned properties



Rose Hill Cemetery

At the November meeting of the Rose Hill Cemetery board of trustees in Hagerstown, the following people were elected for the ensuing year:

J. Roger Finn, president

John H. Urner, vice president

D. Blaine Weaver, treasurer

Robert W. Startzman, secretary

Other board members are Philip L. Rohrer, James M. Snyder, Gerald W. Spessard, Mary U. Minahan, J. Randall Finn and John R. Hershey III.



Hibu

Lisa Brooks Fausey of Berkeley County, W.Va., recently received the President’s Circle of Achievement Award from her employer, hibu.

This is the fourth time Fausey has received the award from hibu.

President’s Club winners are in the top 3 percent of the hibu sales force in America. Locally, she has been recognized numerous times as the leader in the local region for sales of digital services and direct mail. Last year, she was promoted to a team of 10 hibu sales professionals who train others in direct mail.

This year’s award includes an all-inclusive trip for Fausey and her husband, Brian Fausey, to Cancun, Mexico, where they will spend several days at the Paradisus Resort.



Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Frank Kirkland, executive director of Maryland’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Developmental Disabilities Administration, or DDA, announced the appointment of three regional directors.

Cathy L. Marshall was appointed as the western regional director. The DDA’s western region includes Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties. Previously, Marshall served as acting regional director in the central region, as well as being the chief executive officer of the Potomac Center. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Frostburg State University, a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and is a licensed registered nurse.

Janice Stallworth was appointed as the southern regional director. The DDA’s southern region includes Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s counties. Stallworth has been acting southern regional director since 2011. She holds a master’s degree in human development from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Trinity College.

Phyllis Landry was appointed as the central regional director. The DDA’s central region includes Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Hartford and Howard counties, and Baltimore City. Landry previously was executive director of The Arc of Washington County. She holds a master’s degree in psychology/counseling from Loyola and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Western Maryland College.



Convention and Visitors Bureau

Rachel Nichols recently joined the staff of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau as its public relations specialist. She also is the local heritage area assistant for the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area, or HCWHA, which encompasses portions of Carroll, Frederick and Washington counties.

Her duties will include publication production, social media coordination, newsletter and media releases, HCWHA promotion and grant applicant advising.

She also will assist with the management of the Newcomer House at Antietam National Battlefield, the site of the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area Exhibit and visitors center.

Nichols was publisher of The Gazette Real Estate Guide and a real estate marketing representative for The Gazette weekly community newspapers. Prior to working at Post-Newsweek Media, she served as communications manager at Whitetail Resort for many years. She also was the senior grants specialist at the National Endowment for the Arts for many years.



LPL Financial LLC

FREDERICK, Md. — Ned Remavege, an independent financial adviser at Sterling Financial Management in Frederick, recently was recognized as a top financial adviser and named to LPL Financial LLC’s Director’s Club.

Remavege provides independent financial planning services, investment advice and asset management services to more than 200 clients in the Tri-State area.

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