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EMILY COLLINSON, paralegal with Martin, Lord & Osman in Laconia, was chosen as Paralegal of the Year by the Paralegal Association of New Hampshire. The association is a statewide, nonprofit professional organization comprised of more than 100 paralegals, law firms and other organizations. Collinson has been with Martin, Lord & Osman for 27 years.

TINA ANNIS, attorney with the law firm Annis & Zellers in Concord, will be speaking at the National Educator Conference in Washington, D.C., in November. The conference is presented by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. Attorney Annis will present on the topic of wills, advance directives and trusts.

SANDY DAOUST of Concord has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple, a national direct-sales company featuring more than 60 easy-to-prepare foods.

SUSAN STEARNS joined the National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire as director of philanthropy. She previously worked as director of development for the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center. She has been a mental health advocate since 2001 when she became the director for the Coalition for Family Law & Mental Health, a project of the Disabilities Rights Center in Concord.

TRACI FOWLER of Andover was confirmed for a term on the state Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention, Intervention and Treatment Commission. Her term runs through Sept. 20, 2016.

VAN M c LEOD of Concord was confirmed for another term as the state commissioner of the Department of Cultural Resources. His term runs through Sept. 11, 2017.

DOUGLAS COLE of Loudon was confirmed for another term on the New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Authority. His term runs through Sept. 6, 2017.

JEANNE ANN WHITTINGTON of Dunbarton was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Board of Acupuncture Licensing. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

PATRICK CASEY of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Athletic Trainers Governing Board, succeeding DOUGLAS MORAN of Concord. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

ERIC GELINAS of Warner was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Athletic Trainers Governing Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

MARK STEVENS of Canterbury was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the State Historical Records Advisory Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

STEVEN CHARTIER of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Mechanical Licensing Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

STEPHEN LABBE of Hooksett was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Mechanical Licensing Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

TERRELL SWAIN of Plymouth was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the Mechanical Licensing Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

DAVID PELLETIER of Dunbarton was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Mechanical Licensing Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

CHARLES FANARAS of Bow was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Pharmacy Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

DEBORAH PENDERGAST of Gilford was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for the position of director of the state Division of Fire Standards and Training and Emergency Medical Services. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

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