A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Realtor Honored As Entrepreneur of the Year BERLIN – Cam Bunting, a Berlin/Ocean City Area broker and realtor, has been awarded the 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Coastal Delmarva Chapter of the Women’s Council of RealtorsÒ (WCR). This annual award recognizes a realtor member who fully exercises their potential as an entrepreneur and real… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

New Chapter CoordinatorBERLIN – Emily Karnbauer has been named the new Coordinator of Women Supporting Women’s Worcester County Chapter. For the last 9 ½ years, she has served as a caseworker for Child Protective Services in both Maryland and Pennsylvania.She is a native of Pittsburgh and graduated from Slippery Rock State University. When she moved… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

New Company AdditionBERLIN – Shamrock Realty Group recently welcomed Marilyn Bushnell to its office in the Gray’s Corner Professional Center.  Bushnell brings with her four years of real estate sales experience and 12 years in the bed and breakfast industry, which she now handles in her real estate business. Bushnell previously worked as a vice president… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Wor-Wic Adds InstructorsBERLIN- Curtis Satterfield of Salisbury was recently hired as instructor of computer studies at Wor-Wic Community College. Before joining Wor-Wic, he was an information systems infrastructure specialist at the Celeste Industries Corp. in Easton. Satterfield received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Frostburg State University and his master’s degree in information systems… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Bank PromotionBERLIN – Raymond M. Thompson, President and CEO of Taylor Bank, announced that Scott P. Williams has been promoted to assistant manager of the bank’s Main Office in downtown Berlin. Williams graduated from Salisbury University in 2005 with Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He joined Taylor Bank in 2006 as a teller and was… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

OC Superintendent RetiresOCEAN CITY – Town of Ocean City Public Works Maintenance Superintendent Bruce Gibbs is retiring after 35 years of employment with the town. His last day on the job will be Oct. 11.Gibbs began his employment with the town as an Ocean City Police Department patrolman on Nov. 8, 1974. In 1976, he… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

Rite Aid, AGH Ink AccordBERLIN – Rite Aid Corporation and Atlantic General Hospital and Health System have announced an agreement to open Atlantic ImmediCare clinics inside three Rite Aid stores in Ocean Pines and Pocomoke City and Millsboro, Del. this fall. The clinics, which will be open daily, will provide extended hours for care in the… Read more »

A Week in Business

A Week in Business

Manager Earns AwardSALISBURY – Bevereley Stoakley, manager of Peninsula Regional Medical Center’s Lifeline Program, is the recipient of the prestigious Exceptional Performance Academy Award from Philips Lifeline. Stoakley has received this award for seven consecutive years, placing her among the top one percent of all individuals who run a local Lifeline program out of nearly… Read more »

A Week in Business

A Week in Business

Certification EarnedBERLIN – Wayne Benson, president of Bank of Ocean City, has announced that Heather Parsons has received her Certification for Professional in Human Resources from the Human Resorces Certification Institute.Parsons joined the bank in 1997 and was promoted to the Human Resources Director in 2005. Parsons is a member of the National Society of… Read more »

A Week In Business

A Week In Business

New AGH PhysicianBERLIN – Family physician Nawid Najafi, M.D., will join the Townsend Medical Center on Sept. 8 to provide primary care services for the residents and visitors of Ocean City. He will see walk-in and scheduled patients alongside family physician Jason Clem, M.D., and Dr. Stephen Waters, who has scaled back office hours in… Read more »