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Business people for June 19, 2017


Sunday, June 18, 2017

Lt. Rob Frame Jr., a 12-year veteran of the Lakes Region Mutual Aid, has been promoted to scheduling lieutenant. As the scheduling lieutenant, Frame will coordinate all aspects of employee scheduling, assuring qualified dispatchers are on duty 24/7.

Dispatcher Erin Hannafin, a seven-year veteran of the Lakes Region Mutual Aid, has been promoted to the position of communications center training coordinator. Hannafin will work to coordinate all of the internal/external, and continuing education for newly hired employees, as well as current employees.

Robert Thomas Atwood has joined Bovie Printing and Fabrication in Concord as a quality manager. After a military career where he received a Bronze Star and Purple Heart, Atwood earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Rivier College and an MFA from Southern New Hampshire University. He is the author of two novels and over thirty short stories.

Donna Ehrler has joined Lake Sunapee Bank, a division of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, as senior vice president, middle market manager. Her office is located in the bank’s branch at 8 Loudon Road in Concord.

Susan John, president and CEO of Financial Focus of Wolfeboro, earned the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics from the Better Business Bureau in the small business category.

Arthur Phaneuf, fourth-generation funeral director at Phaneuf Funeral Homes of Manchester, Boscawen and Littleton, earned the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics from the Better Business Bureau in the medium business category.

Candy Clery, CEO and founder of CruCon Cruise Outlet of Moultonborough, earned the Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics from the Better Business Bureau in the large business category.

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