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JOHN WARD, an attorney with the Patch & FitzGerald Law Firm, was elected vice president of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Law Section for the 2014-15 term.

GARY LONG, president of the New Hampshire Renewable Energy Policy Development for Northeast Utilities, has stepped into the position of board chairman of Granite United Way. Long served as the president and chief operating officer at Public Service of New Hampshire from July 1, 2000, to Aug. 1, 2013.

JULIE GREENWOOD has been re-elected to a second term as treasurer of the Pope Memorial SPCA of Concord-Merrimack County. Greenwood has served on the board of directors since 2011. She is a supervising senior certified public accountant at Nathan Wechsler & Co. in Concord.

JOSEPH PURINGTON of Hooksett was named vice president of electric operations at Public Service of New Hampshire. In this newly created position, he will oversee the operation of PSNH’s electric distribution and transmission systems across the company’s service territory.

ERNEST LOOMIS of Concord was confirmed for another term on the state Aviation Users Advisory Board. His term runs through July 25, 2017.

ANNE EATON of Concord was confirmed for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. Her term runs through Feb. 13, 2017.

DAVID FOSTER of New London was confirmed for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. His term runs through Feb. 9, 2017.

ROBERT NORTON of Concord was confirmed for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. His term runs through Feb. 9, 2017.

DENIS PARKER of Hooksett was confirmed for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. His term runs through Feb. 9, 2017.

TERENCE PFAFF of Hooksett was confirmed for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. His term runs through Feb. 13, 2017.

KATHRYN CRANFORD of Laconia was confirmed for another term on the state Midwifery Council. Her term runs through Nov. 10, 2017.

RICHARD BAILEY JR. of Bow was confirmed for another term as the director of the state Division of Motor Vehicles for the Department of Safety. His term runs through March 31, 2018.

SONYA MISIASZEK-MONTEROSE of Laconia was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Board of Architects. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

JOSEPH DICKINSON of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Compensation Appeals Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

JAMES VALIQUET of Newbury was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Enhanced 911 Commission. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

MICHELE PERKINS of Henniker was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the New England Board of Higher Education. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

GLENN BRACKETT of Northwood was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Public Employee Labor Relations Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

RICHARD WEAVER of Gilford was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a seat on the state Residential Ratepayers Advisory Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

ALAN LARTER of Franklin was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a term on the Rivers Management Advisory Committee. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

PATRICK MCKENNA of Gilford was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a term as deputy commissioner of the state Department of Transportation, succeeding Michael Pillsbury of Henniker. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

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