Business people for April 8
KEVIN WALSH of Hudson joined the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord as director of development. Walsh brings more than 10 years of nonprofit experience in development, operations, finance and information technology to his new position. Rece
KEVIN WALSH of Hudson joined the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord as director of development. Walsh brings more than 10 years of nonprofit experience in development, operations, finance and information technology to his new position. Recently, he served as the vice president of finance and information technology for Granite State Independent Living. Before that, he held positions of director of operations and director of development for Lazarus House Inc.
NICOLE JACOBSON relocated to New Hampshire from Lancaster, Pa., to join the Concord law firm of Ransmeier & Spellman as an attorney practicing in the area of trusts and estate planning and administration, personal and business tax planning, and corporate law.
BRENDA LITCHFIELD of Concord Commercial Real Estate recently represented F.E.D.D Holdings in the sale of 10.58 acres of land in Franklin. The property was purchased by Father and Sons One Realty Trust of Wilmington, Mass.
JOHN FLANDERS of Weare joined the New Hampshire Community Loan Fund as its chief operating officer. Flanders, who has served on the board of directors of the statewide nonprofit for seven years, will oversee the $76 million portfolio of the nonprofit’s six lending programs, as well as manage how its internal operations support the mission of that lending. Flanders comes to the Community Loan Fun from The Nashua Bank, where he was chief risk officer and senior vice president for administration.
LESLEY TUNSTALL of Concord was awarded a 200-hour yoga teacher certification from Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Stockbridge, Mass. She also holds a 200-hour certification in Shatki flow yoga from At Om Yoga in Concord. She teaches at At Om Yoga and also offers personal yoga classes.
HEATHER MITCHELL of Hopkinton joined the Concord regio-
nal Board of Directors of Child and Family Services of New Hampshire. Mitchell serves as executive director of the Hopkinton Historical Society.
ANDY WARREN of Boscawen, master electrician, joined Huckleberry Propane & Oil. Warren will be a vital member of the new Kohler Generator installation and sales team. Prior to joining Huckleberry Propane & Oil, he worked for Stephens-Marquis Associates.