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Norwich University Applied Research Institutes (NUARI) named Northfield Savings Bank President and CEO Thomas S. Leavitt, of Waterbury Center, to the NUARI board of directors.
Leavitt joins 10 directors on the board, bringing 22 years of banking experience, including oversight of all functions and a history of community and board involvement.
G.S. Precision, Inc. and Vermont Tech recently celebrated the completion of the Manufacturing Technician Apprentice Program with a graduation ceremony for six participating employees. The ceremony included student project presentations and remarks from GSP’s CEO, Norm Schneeberger. Over 30 people from the plant, as well as family members, were in attendance to mark the occasion.
SymQuest Group, Inc. announced the addition of Leah Bagley to the company’s South Burlington, Vt. headquarters. Leah joins SymQuest’s administration team as an Administration Support Specialist.
Kyle Adams, a Real Estate Sales Professional from Colchester, has joined KW Vermont.
Kyle will be joining Keller Williams as an Individual Agent. Kyle grew up in South Burlington and now lives in Colchester. He has a background in auto sales and is eager to expand his sales career to Real Estate.
The law firm of Diamond and Robinson significantly expanded its utility, energy and environmental practice areas by adding attorneys Richard H. Saudek, former Chair of the Public Service Board, and Ronald A. Shems, former Chair of the Natural Resources Board. “Teaming up with Ron Shems and Dick Saudek adds enormous horsepower to our already robust law firm.
Phoenix Books Burlington recently hosted the book launch celebration for The Organic Medicinal Herb Farmer with Melanie and Jeff Carpenter. Special guest Rosemary Gladstar, often called the godmother of modern herbalism, attended.
TD Wealth® Private Client Group has promoted Kelly S. Kimball to Vice President, Senior Trust Advisor in the Vermont market. TD Wealth Private Client Group provides clients with customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, and its affiliates.
The 2015 edition of Chambers USA, a leading directory of American lawyers and law firms, recognized 11 Dinse attorneys in their practice areas. The new guide, released May 19, also recognizes the firm as among Vermont’s best in every category of practice.
TPW brings some new stars to their Delmarva office adding to an already stellar service and management team.
“Adding Angela Howell, Mike Reynolds and Susan Jimenez to our team will directly impact our ability to provide better service to our customers,” says Paul W. Carroccio, CEO of TPW. “We are proud to offer top experts in their fields to add value to our customers.”
A St. Johnsbury businessman praised for his honesty and professionalism was honored as the Northeast Kingdom Chamber of Commerce’s 44th Citizen of the Year at the organization’s annual meeting on May 21. Wesley Ward, owner of Wes Ward Auto Repair and Westward Equipment Service, was recognized for his extensive volunteer efforts with local and regional civic organizations.
Steven S Mustoe, DC has joined the Sports Medicine clinic at the Sharon Health Center. A board-certified chiropractor, he has practiced for the last 18 years in Brattleboro, VT and Charlottesville, VA.
PinSource, a leading global provider of custom lapel pins, has announced the hiring of Jessee Maranda to their sales team.
Maranda, of Winooski, will support the teams growing sales efforts as Account