Business people for Aug. 19
DR. BRIAN MARKS joined Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care’s Pelvic Medicine, Continence and Sexual Health Program. Dr. Marks competed his residency in urology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., and continued his subspecialty fellowship training in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio.
MICHAEL COMEAU of Jericho, Vt., was elected to the Board of Directors of Associated Grocers of New England. THOMAS RATH was named director emeritus. ROBERT GEORGE of Newport, Vt., retired from the board after 10 years. Comeau has served on the Vermont Grocers’ Association Board of Directors since 2011 and serves as the chairman of membership services and vice chairman of the investment committee. He owns three small grocery stores in Vermont. Rath is a founding partner of Rath, Young and Pignatelli in Concord and a former attorney general of New Hampshire. George was named Grocer of the Year in 2001 by the Vermont Grocers Association and is retired from the retail food business.
JERRY MADDEN was appointed to serve as the 2013-14 chariman of the Concord Housing + Redevelopment Board of Commissioners. Madden most recently served as the board’s vice chairman. He is the executive director of the Friends Program and former Concord chief of police. Returning commissioners are ARI POLLACK, JIM FOWLER, PETER BURGER and VIOLENT ROUNDS. Pollack is an attorney with the law firm of Gallagher, Callahan and Gartrell. Fowler was employed with Rural Development, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Attorney Burger is a shareholder and director of the Concord law firm of Orr & Reno. Rounds is the chief financial officer and vice president of administrative affairs for the Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association.
JAN FACE GLASSMAN was appointed New Hampshire state director and a board member of Maggie’s List, a Federal Political Action Committee created to raise awareness and funds to increase the number of conservative women elected to federal public office.
MICHAEL IACOBUCCI was promoted to senior vice president and regional wealth leader for Northern New England at TD Wealth Private Client Group. In his role, Iacobucci will be responsible for managing and growing TD’s wealth management business in the Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Upstate New York markets.
CRYSTAL CARROLL of Concord joined Northeast Delta Dental as manager of community relations after providing media relations support to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund in Boston for several years. Carroll will fill the position created by
the retirement of Betty Andrews after 15 years of service.
ADAM PIGNATELLI was accepted into the Leadership New Hampshire Class of 2014. Pignatelli is an attorney in Rath, Young and Pignatelli’s Litigation and Health Care Practice Groups.
DONNA FOREST of Coldwell Banker Milestone Real Estate in New London was selected as REALTOR of the Year by the Sunapee Region Board of Realtors. Forest has been a licensed real estate agent since 1994 and served as vice president and then president for the Sunapee Region Board of Realtors.
ELLEN GITOMER was named vice president of development for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. Gitomer brings more than 20 years of development experience. She will oversee the annual fund and capital campaign efforts across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
WILLIAM SATURLEY of Concord was named Litigation Star by Benchmark Litigation. Saturley is a director at Preti Flaherty in Concord. JOHN SULLIVAN of Concord, also a director at Preti Flaherty in Concord, was named Future Star by Benchmark Litigation.
KYRIL MITCHELL and LORI HULTS obtained State of New Hampshire Life and Health Insurance licenses and became investment representatives to the Bank of New Hampshire Financial Services professional team.