Business People: Danny Sherr joins Apple Drugs team

Apple Discount Drugs has added Danny Sherr to the Apple team, as a new marketing associate for Apple Infusion and Apple Discount Drugs.

Danny Sherr

He is responsible for meeting with primary care physicians, cancer centers and hospital discharge planners to market home intravenous therapy and enteral therapy provided by Apple Infusion.

Sherr will also promote the added value services offered by Apple’s compounding pharmacy.

Sherr will graduate from Salisbury University this week with a bachelor’s degree in Human Communications.

“I am excited to join the Apple team and be a part of a business that prides itself in customer service and fulfilling the needs of the community,” said Sherr.  “In my new role I will have the opportunity to talk to influential people in the community who have the power to make differences in people’s lives and help them understand why having Apple as a partner will benefit their patients and process.”

 

SVN | Miller associates feted at conference

SVN | Miller Commercial Real Estate advisors Brent Miller, Henry Hanna, John McClellan, Wesley Cox, Rick Tilghman, Chris Peek, Chris Davis, Ben Alder, Nick Campanaro, David Wilk, Stephen Weick, Tonney Insley, Managing Director Amy Miller, Marketing Director Nicole Abresch, and Assistant Tori Brown recently attended the SVN “All Systems Go” National Conference in San Diego.

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Nearly 400 SVN Advisors and Staff attended the two-day conference. SVN | Miller was recognized on multiple levels during the Awards Banquet.

Brent and Amy Miller received the Humanitarian of the Year specialty award, which is awarded to someone who makes an extraordinary effort to give of themselves and to their community. Marketing Director Nicole Abresch received the “Best Documentary” SVN Difference Award for her video defining what the SVN Difference means to SVN | Miller.

Senior Advisor Chris Davis received the Partner’s Circle Award, ranking No. 8 internationally out of more than 1,000 Advisors.

Ben Alder and Henry Hanna both received the President’s Circle award, ranking Nos. 39 and 42 respectively.

Five SVN | Miller Advisors received the Achiever Award: Bradley Gillis, David Wilk, John McClellan and Tom Knopp.

SVN | Miller Commercial Real Estate is a financial services firm specializing in commercial real estate.

 

Jennifer Kline promoted at Peninsula Home Care

Peninsula Home Care, a home care agency on the Lower Shore of Delmarva, announced the promotion of Jennifer Kline to Maryland branch director.

Jennifer Kline

Kline oversees the Salisbury and Ocean Pines staff to ensure quality of care is delivered in a timely manner and is responsible for hiring skilled and qualified personnel to support home care patients’ needs.

In 1992, she graduated from University of North Carolina Wilmington, Cameron School of Business with a degree in Business Management. Shortly after, she returned to school at Queens University of Charlotte to become a Registered Nurse. Kline worked in the ICU at Charlotte Medical Center and also spent time in a rehabilitation facility before joining the Peninsula Home Care team in 2011.

As a case manager, she worked in the field delivering direct patient care. In 2012, she was promoted to clinical manager in the Salisbury office and managed the staff, was responsible for in-take, daily operations and scheduling.

This year she was promoted to Maryland branch director, overseeing both the Salisbury and Ocean Pines offices.   

“Sitting with patients and giving them my full attention was something I very much enjoyed when I worked in the field,” Kline said. “With my new promotion I am able to take both of the degrees I earned and blend them together into one position that supports the needs of the staff so they can deliver quality care to our patients and the community.”

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