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Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice (CVHHH) has announced the appointment of three new board members to its board of directors.

The University of Vermont Medical Center has appointed Mary Kate FitzPatrick, DNP, RN., NEA-BC, FAAN to the executive leadership position of chief nursing officer, effective September 21, 2015. FitzPatrick will also play an integral role with the UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences. The appointment was made following a comprehensive six-month national search.

Andrea Sheredy, of Jeffersonville, VT, has been promoted to Senior Accountant at NG Advantage LLC.  Andrea has been with NG Advantage since 2013 and during that time has handled all the daily financial transactions of the company including billing as the company grew from a startup to a company with over $17,700,000 in sales in 2014.

The Addison County Chamber of Commerce congratulates Roger Schmidt on the opening of his new massage therapy practice in Middlebury. Located at 31 Court Street in the historic Zeno House, is open six days a week with regularly scheduled hours and by appointment.

Governor Peter Shumlin and Public Safety Commissioner Keith Flynn have announced the appointment of Joe Flynn as the new Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety. Flynn will assume the position that is currently held by Francis (Paco) Aumand who is retiring on July 24th.

Kristen Martin of Barre, head of the Montessori School of Central Vermont  located in Berlin, is attending the first-ever Snelling Center Early Childhood Leadership Institute (ECLI).

KSV, the Burlington-based marketing firm, has hired Lindsey Whalen as a project manager for its growing team.

CVAA announces appointment of Rachel Lee Cummings as Deputy Executive Director and Sara C Wool as Director of Development and Communications.

Although Rural Community Transportation has only been in its offices in the St. Johnsbury/Lyndon Industrial Park for a few weeks, it already feels like home. The public transportation agency recently moved its offices from Portland Street in St. Johnsbury to its new Industrial Parkway location, and RCT officials could not be happier.

Jay Vallieres, AVP and mortgage account officer with KeyBank has earned the designation of Certified Mortgage Professional (CMP) from the Vermont Mortgage Bankers Association.   The CMP designation reflects the completion of years of experience in the mortgage industry and extensive educational and professional accomplishments recognized by the Vermont MBA. 

State Director, Linda Rossi, announced that Charley Ininger has been selected as the 2015 State Star of Vermont Small Business Development Center.

“I am pleased to make this announcement, and to recognize Charley for his significant contributions to our organization.  He is a highly respected member of the VtSBDC team.”

Kelly Devine, Executive Director of the Burlington Business Association (BBA) since 2007, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Queen City Police Foundation.