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    Rivera

  • Mailhot

    Mailhot

  • Chevrefils

    Chevrefils

  • Chang

    Chang

  • Dutcher

    Dutcher

  • Scheiner

    Scheiner

  •  Willing Jr.

    Willing Jr.

  •  Willing Jr.

    Willing Jr.

  •  Rivera
  • Mailhot
  • Chevrefils
  • Chang
  • Dutcher
  • Scheiner
  •  Willing Jr.
  •  Willing Jr.

CHARLES WILLING JR., a shareholder and member of the Energy Law Practice Group at Rath, Young and Pignatelli in Concord, has assumed the role of president of the Rotary Club of Concord.

VICTORIA RIVERA was named vice president of sales at Labsphere in North Sutton, where she will manage global sales and accounts for the company’s light measurement, uniform light sources and relfectance materials and coating products. She has more than three decades of experience in the semiconductor and electronic manufacturing industries.

MATT BENSON and JAMIE COUGHLIN were elected to the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s Board of Directors. PAUL MAILHOT was named the new board chairman. Benson is a corporate attorney with Cook Little Rosenblatt & Mason in Manchester. Coughlin is CEO and entrepreneur in residence of the abi Innovation Hub. Mailhot is the vice president of business operations at Dyn in Manchester.

CHRIS SCHEINER of Pembroke, assistant vice president/executive administration of Merrimack County Savings Bank, was recognized with the bank’s Employee STAR of the Month award for June. She was recognized for her adaptability, organization and kindness.

DICK CHEVREFILS accepted the volunteer position of AARP New Hampshire state president. In this role, he will lead AARP volunteers, collaborate with state leaders and continue to enhance relationships with leaders in business, government and nonprofits to meet the needs of the 50-plus and their families. He brings more than nine years of AARP experience, having served as state director in both New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.

NINA CHANG, an audit manager with Nathan Wechsler & Co. in Concord, was named secretary of the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester. Additionally, Chang recently completed the Leadership Greater Manchester Program.

LORI DUTCHER of New Hampton was honored by Citizens Bank at a brick dedication ceremony at One Citizens Plaza in Providence, R.I., for her 25 years of service with the bank. A brick bearing Dutcher’s name was placed in the plaza of the company headquarters.

claire drake of Concord was honored by Citizens Bank at a brick dedication ceremony at One Citizens Plaza in Providence, R.I., for her 25 years of service with the bank. A brick bearing Drake’s name was placed in the plaza of the company headquarters.

COURTNEY BARLOW, daughter of Alan and Diane Barlow of Concord, was promoted to the position of complex analyst for the Special Investigations Unit of Liberty Mutual Insurance in Danvers, Mass.

FREDERICK COOLBROTH JR. of Rath, Young & Pignatelli in Concord was elected vice chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Corporation, Banking and Business Law Section. He was also elected vice chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Taxation Law Section.

JASON TANGUAY of Chichester, of Rath, Young & Pignatelli in Concord, was elected clerk of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Corporation, Banking and Business Law Section.

JEANNE SAFFAN of Martin, Lord and Osman in Laconia was elected co-chairwoman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate Section.

CHRISTOPHER ASLIN of Hopkinton, of Bernstein, Shur, Sawyer & Nelson in Manchester, was elected vice chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section.

JONATHAN WHITCOMB of Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green in Concord was elected clerk of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section.

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