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DON WELFORD of Laconia was named vice president and New Hampshire division manager at LifeLine Ambulance Service. Welford will oversee LifeLine’s entire New Hampshire operation, which consists of five separate offices throughout the state, providing service to more than 20 nursing homes and seven hospitals.

THOMAS TRAVERS joined EXIT Realty Great Beginnings in Concord. Before joining EXIT Realty Great Beginnings, Travers was a consultant to the public utility companies.

MICHAEL MUZZEY, chief information officer of Bank of New Hampshire, will retire, effective today, after 40 years at the bank. He has held several of positions with varied responsibilities during his tenure. He took the bank from the days of handwritten ledger cards to the very first data processing system.

RICK WAGNER, PAMELA KENISON, KIMBERLY BENOIT, SUSAN ROEMER, KATHY CLEARY, DOUG EMBREE and WENDY GRIFFITH were recognized for their accomplishments in 2013 at Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate/The Masiello Group’s ceremony April 2.

BROOKE NOONAN, RICHARD “DICK” LEWIS and TORI BERUBE joined the board of directors at CATCH Neighborhood Housing. Noonan is a case manager with The Friends Program in Concord. Lewis is the planning and zoning administrator with the city of Franklin. Berube is the assistant vice president of college planning and outreach with the NHHEAF Network.

DEAN CARLSON, owner of Get Fit NH of Concord and Epsom, was named to the advisory board of Smart Group Training, the industry leader in bringing injury screening, prevention and corrective exercise protocols previously only found in one-on-one personal training into gym and health clubs with large group training formats.

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