New branch managers named at county bankM. Lee Primm...

CARROLL COUNTY FARM/BUSINESS

October 14, 1993

New branch managers named at county bank

M. Lee Primm, senior vice president for consumer services at Carroll County Bank and Trust Co., has announced the promotions of Deborah C. Strine and Janet L. Miller to branch manager.

Mrs. Strine is assigned to the East Main Street office in Westminster. She began her career with the bank in May 1972. In her most recent assignment, she was assistant manager of the Englar Road office.

She is a graduate of Francis Scott Key High School and is continuing her education at Carroll Community College.

Mrs. Strine and her husband, James, live in Taneytown with their three children.

Mrs. Miller will be branch manager at the Manchester office. She has been assistant manager at that location since January 1991. She is a state-licensed annuity agent.

She is a graduate of Our Lady of Mount Carmel High School in Essex who joined the bank in 1992.

Mrs. Miller and her husband, Gary, live in Hanover with their three children.

Carroll underwriters get national award

Cherie Jenkins, president of the Carroll County Association of Life Underwriters, accepted the Louis I. Dublin Community Service Award, which was presented to the local association, while she was attending the National Association of Life Underwriters (NALU) 104th annual convention in San Francisco.

The award is bestowed on only a few of the 165 local and state life underwriters associations each year. Recipients are recognized for their dedication to volunteerism with the goal of improving the quality of life in their communities.

The Carroll County association has received this honor five times during its 37-year history. Current community service projects include Carroll Hospice, a scholarship program with Carroll Community College and the March of Dimes.

Duke's congratulates employees of the month

Duke's Car Wash selected Mary Rudolph as Employee of the Month for September. She will receive a cash award and a certificate.

The other award winners were: B.J. Foreman and Andy Bair for most dependable; Keith Austin and Steven Haines for most improved worker; Doris Brown and Keith Lambert for demonstrating most initiative; Keith Austin and Grant Goodwin for highest quality of work; and Steve Ropka and Corry Bradford for best attitude.

New vendor arrives at Dutch Market

The Pennsylvania Dutch Market recently welcomed a new vendor. Something Fishy will be selling fresh seafood and fish dishes. Specials are featured every Friday.

The Pennsylvania Dutch Market is located on Route 140 and is open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Information: 876-1098.

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