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Business people - May 12

May 12, 2013
  • Elaine Rose
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Washington County Health Department

Elaine Rose was named the Washington County Health Department’s Employee of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2013.

Rose began working with the health department in 1979 with the Environmental Health Division, where she worked until 2001, before transferring to administrative duties with the Office of the Health Officer. Since 2001, she has performed many duties, working closely with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s state office to implement and oversee the local administration of numerous mandated internal programs.

She also has been integral to the health department’s emergency preparedness planning process, and works closely with public health and medical partner agencies to provide appropriate agency response.



RE/MAX Achievers

RE/MAX Achievers in Hagerstown announced the top agents for March:

• Top agent with commissions: Kelly E. Kline

• Top agent with new listings and new sales: Lynnette R. Potter

• Top team with commissions: The Shirley Bayer Team, consisting of Shirley J. Bayer and Matt Davis

• Top team with new listings and new sales: The Powell Team, consisting of Steve L. Powell, Stephenie Rinehart, Linda Hansen, Steve Souders, Leslie Powell, Juliet Raynor and Jen Smallwood



Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Scott Palmer, Karen Starr and Joyce Fye, with Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA, were recognized as agents of the month for March in the Greencastle office.

The award is given based on listings taken, listings sold and sales made.

Palmer has been selling real estate for 27 years and is an associate broker. He lives in Greencastle with his wife, Dawn, and daughter.

Starr, a native of Greencastle, has been selling real estate for 15 years and is constantly a top-performing agent.

Fye recently joined Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA and is licensed in Pennsylvania. She lives in Greencastle with her husband and two sons.



Longmeadow Animal Hospital

Dr. Karen Thompson and Karen Buhrman joined the staff at Longmeadow Animal Hospital in Hagerstown in March.

Thompson is a native of Georgia and graduated from the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. She has practiced small animal medicine in South Carolina, upstate New York, Virginia and Georgia, following her husband’s naval career, before moving to Maryland a few years ago. She has three children and lives with a dog, three cats, a bird, hamster and several fish. Thompson enjoys gardening, hiking, knitting, sewing and reading.

Buhrman received her associate degree in business management from Hagerstown Community College and is working to complete her bachelor’s degree in business management. She is originally from Baltimore, but lives in Hagerstown, where she shares her home with a black Labrador/shepherd mix named Finnegan, a basset hound named Poncho, several tropical fish tanks and a few hermit crabs.



J.P. Trucking Inc.

FALLING WATERS, W.Va. — J.P. Trucking Inc. held its quarterly safety breakfast April 21 at The Improved Order of Red Men Tribe 84 in Williamsport.

The following awards were presented:

• Safety and dongevity: Michael Bowers, three years; Kenny Nelson, eight years; and Greg Worthington, 10 years

• New driver for last quarter: Mark Taylor

• New mechanic for last quarter: Denver Martin



M&T Bank

Chris Bolton has earned membership in the President’s Council for 2012, which represents outstanding achievement across all business lines at M&T Bank. 

The group includes top performers who consistently are focused on driving superior results and performance.

Bolton also was named to the Chairman’s Club for 2012. In order to be recognized as a Chairman’s Club member, relationship managers must make President’s Council for the year, and demonstrate leadership in their community and at M&T Bank. 

Bolton is a vice president who works in the business and professional banking group, responsible for working with business customers in Washington County.

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