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Business people for June 29, 2015



Last modified: Sunday, June 28, 2015
Jason Reimers of Loudon, an attorney and co-owner of BCM Environmental and Land Law in Concord, was elected as chairman of the environmental and land law section of the New Hampshire Bar Association.



Thomas Murphy of Concord joined Better Homes & Gardens: The Masiello Group as a Realtor. He earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Manhattan College.



Dr. Duane Dietz was named medical director of Concord Hospital Wound Healing Center. He earned a degree from the University of Texas Medicine School in Houston and completed his family medicine residency at Montgomery County Medication Education Foundation in Conroe, Texas.



Steven Thibodeau retired as senior vice president and CFO/COO of Sugar River Bank.



Ann O’Clair has been promoted to vice president, CFO of Sugar River Bank. She has worked at the bank since 2006, beginning as a financial operations specialist.



Tina Blythe was promoted to vice president, retail administrator at Sugar River Bank. She has worked for the bank for 17 years and has been assistant vice president, branch manager since 2009.



Deb Peaslee, clinical director of the Lakes Region Visiting Nurse Association, earned her OASIS Specialist-Clinical designation.



Bill Sullivan of William F. Sullivan CPA, Kristen Markwirth of Trench Acupuncture, Kate Rossotto of TD Bank and Kate Greene of Ayer & Goss Fuels were elected to the Henniker Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.



Krista Marrs of Belmont was promoted to director of communication and marketing at Presidential Oaks Retirement Community. She joined the business in October as marketing manager.