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Business people in the news June 24, 2013

PAMELA KEEFE received the fifth annual Jennifer Pierce-Weeks Award of Excellence, which recognizes one nurse each year for their dedication, commitment and compassionate care in the role of a sexual assault nurse examiner. Keefe has been a sexual assault nurse examiner at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center since 2009. As well as providing care to victims, Keefe has taken on a leadership role with the center’s sexual assault nurse examiner program.

DAVE LIBERATORE was selected as REALTOR of the Year by the Lakes Region Board of REALTORS. He joined EXIT Lakeside Realty Group in January 2011 as managing broker of the Tilton office.

ROB DAPICE of Hopkinton, project manager at North Branch Construction, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Plan New Hampshire Board of Directors. Plan New Hampshire is a nonprofit organization dedicated to shaping the built environment through

planning, design and development to achieve a vision of New Hampshire that is vibrant and healthy for its people, its economies and the environment.

DENNIS MITCHELL, president and managing director of Ledyard Financial Advisors, has been elected to the board of directors of the New London Barn Playhouse. He has more than 28 years of wealth management experience.

CHRIS BERNARD, business banking relationship manager at Citizens Bank, received a Chairman’s Good Banking Award, the highest honor Citizens Financial Group awards to its colleagues.

PETER JOHNSON, an employee at Cobb Hill Construction, was awarded a Vocational Excellence award at Bow Rotary’s Community Recognition Night ceremony. The Bow Rotary Vocational Excellence award program gives local businesses an opportunity to recognize one or more of their employees for their significant contributions to the company.

The New Hampshire Dental Society elected new officers during its annual meeting in May at the Inn at Church Landing in Meredith. Local members include ROBERT MAGUIRE JR. of Wolfeboro, president-elect; GLENDA REYNOLDS of Belmont, secretary/treasurer; and RICHARD ROSATO of Concord, delegate at large.

KIMBERLY PECORA of Hopkinton, an audit manager with Nathan Wechsler & Co., has been named chairwoman of Leadership Greater Concord and has been elected to the board of directors of the Rotary in Hopkinton. Pecora is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Greater Concord and has been a Hopkinton Rotarian for nearly two years.

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