Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA
WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Linda Beaver and Casey Frost have joined Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Waynesboro office as sales professionals.
Beaver and Frost are licensed to list and sell all types of real estate in Pennsylvania. Both are members of the National Association of Realtors, Pennsylvania Association of Realtors, Pen Mar Regional Association of Realtors and Metropolitan Regional Information Systems.
Beaver earned a Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology from Bloomsburg University and worked in a hospital laboratory for 25 years. She served in a customer-oriented position for the last 18 years within the Blood Bank at the Evangelical Community Hospital, Lewisburg, Pa.
Beaver volunteers with Lutheran Social Services' Stephen Ministry Program. She is a member of Evangelical Lutheran Church, Waynesboro, serving on the Social Ministry and Family Ministry committees. She has participated in short-term missions trips in the United States, Mexico and Guatemala.
Frost earned degrees in business management, marketing and English from Penn State. She has seven years' experience in customer service in the banking and lending industry.
Paul Gunder and Matt Gunder were recognized by Jack Gaughen Realtor ERA's Waynesboro office for excellent performance in the month of June.
The decision was based on the number of new listings, sales and referrals, attendance at real estate meetings and workshops, and customer-satisfaction reports.
Paul Gunder is among the top 2 percent of NRT's sales professionals, based on gross income. He specializes in residential and developments.
Matt Gunder is continually a top-producing agent in the Waynesboro office. He focuses on residential sales and enjoys working with first-time home buyers.
Both hold licenses for Pennsylvania and Maryland, and are members of the Metropolitan Regional Information System and Realtors Association of York and Adams Counties.
Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The American College of Health Care Administrators recently honored Barry Parks, administrator of Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Chambersburg, with the 2011 American College of Health Care Administrator's Facility Leadership Award.
The annual award recognizes administrators of nursing homes who have met superior health care standards. Selection of those receiving the award was based on reported skilled nursing facility resident data from federal government documents that reflects the quality of care and services provided. In addition to meeting stringent patient care and life safety code standards, the same administrator must have filled the role throughout the award year.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Prettyman Broadcasting announced that Marc Richards joined its staff July 5, as program director/morning announcer for WLTF Lite 97.5 FM.
Richards comes to Lite 97.5 with 20-plus years of on-air experience, having most recently worked for five years as program director for Nassau Broadcasting's KEY 103 in Frederick, Md., and as assistant program director there for the seven previous years.
Mount St. Mary's University
EMMITSBURG, Md. — Michael Post, dean of admissions at Mount St. Mary's University, was promoted to vice president of enrollment management at the university.
Post returned to his alma mater in 2005 as the director for residence life, then was named dean of students and eventually took over reins of the admissions office in 2008. Since 2008, his efforts have led to a steady increase of student enrollment. Post has increased applications to the university by 40 percent.
John Bartel, chief engineer, engine product development, was named Employee of the Month for June at Volvo Powertrain Hagerstown.
Bartel was nominated for his strong focus on customer satisfaction. This is notably demonstrated in his work with product cost-improvement activities, where he gives input and guidance, and searches for different solutions when warranted.
Frederick, Seibert & Associates Inc.
Keith D. Moore, PE, director of engineering at Frederick, Seibert & Associates Inc., recently passed examination to become a certified floodplain manager. He also attended a weeklong training course near King of Prussia, Pa., taught by Federal Emergency Management Agency personnel and the Pennsylvania state coordinator for the National Flood Insurance Program.
Moore has been employed by Frederick, Seibert & Associates Inc. for 23 years and has represented the firm as borough engineer for the Borough of Greencastle, Pa., since 1995.
Roxbury Correctional Institution
TOWSON, Md. — Carliss Eby, correctional officer lieutenant, was chosen as Roxbury Correctional Institution's supervisor of the quarter because of his work ethic.
Eby hires, trains and organizes some of the inmate workers within the institution. He has an excellent work record and is available to staff and inmates, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
Eby also stepped up to assist with the RCI Honor Guard and most recently organized the honor guard to pay tribute at Sgt. Harry Rinehart's funeral.
Eby has been employed with the State of Maryland since April 1995.
Stephen Spielman, correctional officer II, was selected as Employee of the Month for July at Roxbury Correctional Institution because of his quick response to an incident involving inmates, preventing it from getting out of control.
Spielman also does an excellent job maintaining the grounds of RCI, according to a news release from the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
He has been employed with the State of Maryland since July 1990.