Business people for Aug. 5
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation 2013 Annual Meeting 'A Pitch For Innovation' in Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, June 18, 2013, (Cheryl Senter for the NHCF Photo)
DANIEL CREAN of Pembroke, attorney, wrote two chapters of the American Bar Association’s new treatise “Town and Gown: Legal Strategies for Effective Collaboration.” The first of these chapters examines legal and practical issues involved in the use of payments in lieu of taxes. The second chapter describes the evolution in relations between Yale University and the city of New Haven, Conn.
SHARI LANDRY, vice president of philanthropy at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, was awarded the professional designation of chartered adviser in philanthropy by the Richard D. Irwin Graduate School of the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
DAVID BROWN, managing partner of the LongHorn Steakhouse in Concord, was presented with Darden Restaurants’ top honor, the Joe R. Lee Diamond Club Award. The award is presented annually to managing partners who demonstrate outstanding results by providing guests with a cut-above experience while achieving top financial performance.
TRICIA BOUCHER, AMANDA DEZAN, KELSEA HALE and JAMESON MESCHINO were all named to the role of supervising senior accountants at Nathan Wechsler & Co. in Concord. Boucher has concentrated in the audit, accounting and tax issues relating to a variety of industries, but particularly nonprofit, construction and real estate. Dezan was previously a senior accountant with the firm, specializing in the audit of low-income housing, property management and employee benefit plans. Hale’s client responsibilities include a variety of industries, including nonprofits and engineering firms. Meschino’s client responsibilities include a variety of industries.
PAMELA ORDWAY of Bow was appointed vice president, loan operations manager, at St. Mary’s Bank. Ordway will be responsible for the direct workflow of residential and consumer loan operations, including processing, underwriting, closing, post-closing and secondary market portfolio. She has more than 30 years experience in mortgage operations and management.
GREGG ROULEAU, owner of SERVPRO of Concord, was honored with the Millionaire’s Gold Award for outstanding revenue performance during SERVPRO’s 44th annual convention in California.
NICK MERCURI of Gilford was appointed chief of the New Hampshire Emergency Medical Services Bureau. Chief Mercuri arrives at the bureau after serving 13 years as lieutenant/paramedic for the Gilford Fire Department.
KENNETH BARTHOLOMEW of Warner, of Rath, Young & Pignatelli in Concord, was elected co-chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Health Law Section.
ANDREW EILLS of Concord was elected clerk of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Health Law Section.
CHRISTOPHER BOLDT of Donahue, Tucker and Ciandella in Meredith was elected vice chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Municipal and Governmental Law Section.
STEVEN WHITLEY of Mitchell Municipal Group in Laconia was elected clerk of the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Municipal and Governmental Law Section.