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  •  CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.

    CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.

  • Crump

    Crump

  • Crump

    Crump

  •  CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.

    CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.

  • White

    White

  • Ryerson

    Ryerson

  • Milne

    Milne

  •  CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.
  • Crump
  • Crump
  •  CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.
  • White
  • Ryerson
  • Milne

CHRISTINE DONOVAN, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Charter Trust Company of Concord, is among the select maiden group of financial crime professionals to pass the Certified Financial Crime Specialists certification examination.

JERRY CRUMP, distribution center manager at Sanel Auto Parts in Concord, has completed a leadership development program, Leadership 2.0, a two-week, residential education program designed to develop leadership and business skills of the next generation of automotive aftermarket professionals.

MARIA WHITE, chief executive officer for the New Hampshire Region of the American Red Cross, was named Concord Chamber of Commerce’s Business Leader of the Year and recipient of the Pinnacle Award. The award recognizes businesses and individuals who have demonstrated professional excellence and commitment to the chamber and the community.

CHRISTINE RYERSON of Pembroke, owner of Annuity East, was honored with the 2013 National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors New Hampshire Distinguished Advisor Award. The award is given based on contributions “above and beyond the call of duty” to the insurance industry, the community and family.

The New Hampshire Historical Society elected two new members to its board of trustees, including BERT WHITTEMORE of Pembroke. Local board officers elected were: GLENN CURRIE of Concord, president; and DAVID SOUTER of Hopkinton, vice president.

ANN DAVIS of Wilmot, an outgoing director of New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association, was recognized for her service at the 102nd annual meeting May 18. The association named two new directors, including MALCOM MILNE of Sutton. Milne is compliance coordinator at Durgin and Crowell Lumber Co.

BARRY NEEDLEMAN and GREGORY SMITH of the Environmental and Administrative Law practice of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton in Concord were named Top Lawyers in New Hampshire by Chambers USA. Those that made the list who live in the Concord community but practice mainly out of McLane’s other offices are WILBUR GLAHN III, JOHN RICH JR., RICHARD SAMUELS, MARK ROUVALIS and WILLIAM ZORN.

ROB GUYER joined Proforma Piper Printing in Gilford. Guyer’s role will focus on building business relationships within the community, obtaining new clients and generating repeat business. He has more than 25 years of experience in sales and customer service.

ROBERT KEACH, a lawyer with Bernstein Shur, received Chambers USA’s highest ranking of Star Individual for his work in bankruptcy for the seventh consecutive year.

Thirty Bernstein Shur attorneys were individually ranked among the nation’s top lawyers by Chambers USA. Local attorneys include KAREN AFRAME of Hopkinton, and EDWARD (TERRY) SHUMAKER III, ANDRU VOLINSKY and EMILY GRAY RICE, all of Concord.

DAVID JENSEN was named the Leadership Award recipient by the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts for his long-standing record of board service to the Currier Museum of Art, the Capitol Center for the Arts and the Concord Community Music School.

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