WESTMINSTER — Basically Computers Inc. has added two area residents to its staff.
William Bolt, a 1987 graduate of North Carroll High School, has joined the firm as an account executive. He has experience as a computer consultant, helping clients decide what system and programming is right for them and assisting in the implementation of their systems.
He worked previously as an independent computer consultant and was employed by CMC Computers in Finksburg.
Bolt and his wife, Kelly, and daughter, Amanda, live in Millers.
Mark Kennedy also is a new account executive with the firm. A Hampstead resident, he attended high school in New York and Greensboro College in Greensboro, N.C., for two years.
He has more than 12 years' experience in consulting and programming for small businesses. He has worked with wholesale distributors, municipal governments, government agencies, contractors and builders.
Both men have been trained by Basically Computers in municipal accounting, publishing, point of sale and service, and accounting and estimating packages.
As account executives, they will work with individuals and small and medium-sized businesses to design systems to solve
Basically Computers is at 1004 Littlestown Pike.
TOP WORKERS CHOSEN
Duke's Car Wash has selected Jeff Eberly as its daytime Employee of the Month forJuly and Jay Johnson as top worker for the evening/weekend crew.
Both men received a cash prize and certificate.
Other winners fromthe daytime crew were: Jeff Banz, highest quality work; Chris Hann, most dependable; Tracy Johnson, best attitude; Chip Miller, most improved worker; and Rich Carver, demonstrating most initiative.
Winners from the weekend/evening crew were: Craig Patterson, highest quality work; Greg Reese, most dependable; Nathan White, best attitude; Mike Esworthy, most improved worker; and Nickie Will, most initiative.