Business people for Aug. 4, 2014
Kyle Barker, owner and founder of Barker Architects Inc., will join Warrenstreet Architects of Concord.
Mark Bartram, fiduciary counsel of Charter Trust Company in Concord, was recently elected as a director to serve a two-year term as an additional executive committee member of the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council at the organization’s annual meeting.
Melissa Bianchi was elected vice president of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Concord Contemporary Club.
Joanne Cassulo of the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission was recently announced as secretary of the board of directors at the Jordan Institute of Concord.
Hannah Cleary, DPT at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Concord, was recognized as the hospital’s Employee of the Quarter.
Thomas Deyak of Bedford was recently reappointed as treasurer of the Friendly Kitchen in Concord.
Juliana Eades of Canterbury, New Hampshire Community Loan Fund president, was recognized by Money magazine in its July issue as a “MONEY hero.”
Pam Ewart was elected corresponding secretary of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Concord Contemporary Club.
Deirdra (Mongan) Jones, a 2000 graduate of Bishop Brady High School of Concord, recently had her workwear line, Jones of Boerum Hill, featured in the Wall Street Journal. Jones owns the business with her husband.
Sandi Jones was elected treasurer of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Concord Contemporary Club.
Mary M c Gahan was elected president of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Concord Contemporary Club.
Michael Mooiman, associate professor of energy and sustainability studies at Franklin Pierce University, will continue as treasurer at the Jordan Institute in Concord.
Megan Neal, esquire of McDonald & Kanyuk PLLC in Concord, was recently elected secretary of the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council at the organization’s annual meeting.
Cheryle Pacapelli was recently named executive director of Hope for New Hampshire Recovery.
Beatriz Pastor, Dartmouth College professor and state representative from Lyme, was recently announced as vice chairwoman of the board of directors at the Jordan Institute in Concord.
Doug Patch, a shareholder and energy lawyer with Orr & Reno PA of Concord, was recently announced as chairman of the board of directors at the Jordan Institute of Concord.
Steve Patten recently joined the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association as program director.
Cindy Rosenwald, New Hampshire state representative (District 30), was recently selected as one of 48 state policymakers from across the country as a Council of State Governments’ Henry Toll Fellow for the Class of 2014.
Mary Bidgood-Wilson, APRN, CMN, of LRGHealthcare, was recently inducted into the Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Peter Winship, treasurer and chief financial officer at First Colebrook Bank, will retire effective Sept. 30. Winship has had a 44-year career in New Hampshire banking. He will remain active as a consultant.