Business people for April 29
LISSA MASCIO of Martin, Lord & Osman in Laconia, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region. ANTHONY AVRUTINE joined RE/MAX Bayside’s Commercial Division in Laconia. Avrutine has been selling businesses and
LISSA MASCIO of Martin, Lord & Osman in Laconia, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of the Lakes Region.
ANTHONY AVRUTINE joined RE/MAX Bayside’s Commercial Division in Laconia. Avrutine has been selling businesses and commercial property successfully for the past 20 years throughout New Hampshire.
LOIS FLAHERTY was named business development manager for southern Maine and the state of New Hampshire by U.S. Cellular. Flaherty’s responsibilities include providing leadership and developing associates’ skills to ensure that U.S. Cellular delivers the best customer service in the industry to its small to medium sized business customers. She has more than 20 years of sales and business development experience.
CHARLIE NIEBLING, former partner with Innovative Natural Resource Solutions in the mid-1990s, has rejoined the company. Niebling was the general manager with New England Wood Pellet for the past seven years. He was previously vice president of the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and executive director of the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association.
CHRISTOPHER SHEA joined The Henniker Brewing Co. as head brewer. Shea previously worked at Schlafly and Morgan Street Brewery in St. Louis and was the head brewer of White Birch Brewing in Hooksett.
DOUG PROCTOR of Concord became a member of Warrenstreet Architects’ employee-owned cooperative as of January 2013. Proctor has been with Warrenstreet since 2004. He has more than 25 years experience. He has played a key role as a project architect for more than nine years.
ANDY M c COO, formerly of American Barber Shop on Park Street, joined Concord Barber Shop at 193 N. State St. in Concord. He has been a barber for five years and he specializes in fades, men’s classics, line-ups, flat tops and shaves.
ANN NICHOLS of Gilford was promoted to senior vice president-senior retail banking officer at Bank of New Hampshire. Nichols joined the bank in June 2007 with 33 years in the banking industry. In her new role, she will direct and manage the deposit operations, branch administration and sales performance for the retail branch banking division.
BRENDA CONKLIN of Waterville Valley was appointed interim general manager for the 2013 season of the New Hampshire Music Festival. Conklin has worked with the festival in the past, serving five successful years as general manager. She will serve until a permanent GM is named.
MARK STEWEARTSON, president of the Loudon-based M.M.S. Custom Homes, opened a home performance division whose purpose is to turn existing homes “greener.” In March, the company earned its Building Performance Institute certification, allowing Stewartson to provide home-
owners with energy audits.
The New Hampshire Good Roads Association elected the following officers: president: ANDY HUGHES, Hews Co., Bow and South Portland Maine; vice president: ERIKA PAYNE, SUR Construction West, Winchester; and secretary/treasurer: JOHN BOUSQUET, R.M. Piper Inc., Plymouth. Elected directors were RYAN AUDLEY, R.S. Aduley, Bow; BRIAN GOOD, Weaver Brothers Construction Co., Bow; BILL BOYNTON, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, Concord; JIM MAJOR, City of Concord, Concord; CARL BEAUREGARD, Beauregard Equipment, Concord; PAULA CANTARA, The Rowley Agency, Concord; LARRY MAJOR, Pike Industries, Belmont; STEVE CILLIZZA, Michie Corporation, Henniker; PAUL BUSBY, Busby Construction Company, Atkinson; and CHRIS MULLEAVEY, Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Manchester.
PATRICIA ‘PATTI’ KINGWILL of Bow was promoted to vice president-Concord market manager at Bank of New Hampshire. Kingwill joined the bank in April 1998 as vice president-Concord office manager. In her new role, she will continue to manage the Concord Main Street office and will now oversee the Concord Heights office.