Falcone joins staff at Keswick Nursing HomeGarret A...


February 18, 1993

Falcone joins staff at Keswick Nursing Home

Garret A. Falcone has joined Keswick Nursing Home as executive director.

Mr. Falcone, a 43-year-old Eldersburg resident, comes to Keswick following a two-year stint as executive director of Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village in Baltimore.

He previously served as associate administrator and assistant administrator of Greater Laurel Beltsville Hospital. He also worked at the Columbia Greene Medical Center in Catskill, N.Y., for eight years as manager of cardiopulmonary services, assistant administrator and administrator for long-term care.

Mr. Falcone received a master of science degree in health services administration from Russell Sage College in Albany, N.Y., and a bachelor of science from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J.

Lowe's to donate $1,000 to Carroll Transit Service

Lowe's hardware store in Westminster will present a $1,000 donation this morning to Linda Boyer of the Carroll Transit Service.

The presentation will be part of the store's grand opening ceremony.

Entertainment, drawings for shopping sprees and various do-it-yourself clinics are also planned.

Information: 857-0011.

Wiegel is promoted to senior vice president

Gregory B. Wiegel Jr. of Hampstead has been promoted to senior vice president for finance and administration at Mount Washington Pediatric Health System Inc.

In his new position, he will oversee admissions and outpatient services, as well as continue in the design and selection of a management information system.

Mr. Wiegel recently completed his master's degree in management at Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg. He is married and has three children.

Traynor's Floors & Carpet to open a second store

Traynor's Floors & Carpet Inc. in Westminster will open a second store in Hanover, Pa., on March 8.

The store will be located at 43 Carlisle St., the former Hanover Hardware Store.

Daniel M. McIntyre, 34, a two-year employee of Traynor's, will be the store manager.

Md. Midland Railway buys 3 new engines

Maryland Midland Railway Inc. of Union Bridge has bought three diesel engines from the Helm Financial Corp. in East St. Louis, Ill.

The company sold its two smallest engines and received a loan from Carroll County Bank to purchase the new engines, said company president Paul Denton last week.

To celebrate the purchase, Maryland Midland is sponsoring "Meet our New Engine" day on March 2. Visitors can tour and photograph an engine and several cars at the company's three stations.

Display times are 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Conaway Parking Lot in Westminster, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Union Bridge station, and 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Thurmont station.

Information: 775-7718 or 876-0392.

North Carroll Library helps small investors

The North Carroll branch of the Carroll County Library at 2255 Hanover Pike in Greenmount will sponsor a seminar, "Strategies for the Small Investor," at 7 p.m. on March 10.

The seminar is free, but reservations are required. Information: 239-6466 or 374-1212.

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