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Business people for July 20, 2015

Last modified: 7/19/2015 9:49:03 PM
Matt Colby of Dunbarton was appointed dean of students at Henniker Community School. He was previously a social studies teacher at John Stark Regional High School.



Lindsay Cota-Robles was promoted to vice president – marketing officer at Bank of New Hampshire. She began working for the company in 1999 in the marketing department.



Marc Fournier, CEO of Colonial Village in Contoocook, joined the board of directors of Associated Grocers of New England.



Peter Evers, CEO of Riverbend in Concord, was elected vice chairman of the N.H. Community Behavioral Health Association.



Cathy Clement Dias of Henniker joined the board of directors of White Birch Community Center. She is an associate broker at Coldwell Banker J. Hampe Associates in Concord.



Lindsay Pierce of Henniker has joined the board of directors of White Birch Community Center. Pierce is chief of the Infectious Disease Prevention, Investigation and Care Services section of the state Department of Health and Human Services.



Elaine Bussey of Andover, executive director of North Country Home Care and Hospice, was awarded the Home Care Service Award by the Home Care Association of New Hampshire at its annual meeting in Meredith. The award recognized her decades of outstanding work promoting quality health care services to Granite Staters in their homes.



Nora Tellifson of Bow, an accountant for Mason + Rich CPAs, was named volunteer solicitation coordinator for the Baker Free Library renovation committee.



Dr. Todd Leach, chancellor of the University System of New Hampshire, was elected chairman of the New Hampshire College & University Council and the Campus Compact for New Hampshire.



Sr. Paula Marie Buley, president of Rivier University, was elected vice chairwoman of the New Hampshire College & University Council and the Campus Compact for New Hampshire.



Dr. Steven DiSalvo, president of Saint Anselm College, was elected treasurer of the New Hampshire College & University Council and the Campus Compact for New Hampshire.


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