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Bristol Financial Services, P.C., of Bristol, Vermont, has announced the addition of Kris Pearsall as their new inside sales assistant. Kris has been with Bristol since 2013, but just recently obtained her series 7 and 63.  She steps up to join Shawn Oxford and Fred Baser in offering their clients exceptional customer service and assisting clients with their financial objectives.

Jvillage Network, a provider of synagogue websites and online membership solutions for Jewish communities, has hired Dannah “Dvora” Lapin Beauregard as an account executive.

Grant Butterfield has leased over 2,000 SF to Just The Place, an artisan market featuring gift items, a community gathering space and The Clean Spoon, a ‘healthy living’ restaurant serving tapas and featuring a full bar. The storefront is located on Main Street in St. Albans. Photo (left to right): Suzanne Tappan (Just the Place) and Grant Butterfield (Nedde Real Estate).

Susan Tubens, PA-C, has joined Twin River Health Center’s team, adding primary care to their patient-centered  urology and OB/Gyn  practices.

Following the practice in more than 35 other states, Vermont has its own solicitor general. Attorney general Bill Sorrell has appointed assistant attorney general Bridget Asay as Vermont’s first solicitor general. Within the Office of Attorney General, the solicitor general is responsible for oversight of state and federal appeals of lower court decisions.

At the recent Board Meeting of the Cancer Patient Support Foundation (CPS), two new Board Members were elected; local Williston business owner Elizabeth Warren of Essex Junction, and Susan Shouldice of Burlington.

Middlebury Foot Care has become the newest area medical practice to join the Porter Hospital network of practices according to PMC spokesperson Ron Hallman.

The Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations to US Customs and Border Protection appoints Amy Magnus to the 14th Term. Ms.

Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art will host the final event in its 2014–15 Lecture Series on Friday, April 10 at 4 p.m. in Chaplin Hall Gallery.

King Arthur Flour hired Beth Kluge as Vice President of Sales. Kluge brings 25 years of experience of sales leadership in the bread and baking industry and will oversee wholesale product sales.

Cooper Enterprises, Inc. is partnering with Nedde Real Estate on the redevelopment of the former Reinhart, and before that Burlington Foodservice, building located at 747 Pine Street, Burlington.

Grant Butterfield of Nedde Real Estate has facilitated the sale of 137-139 Elmwood Avenue, a 4-unit multi-family property located in downtown Burlington, between Mark Johnson, seller, and Housing Strategies, buyer. Grant is a Commercial Realtor and brings with him 28 years of experience in real estate investment.