Business people for Sept. 25, 2017

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Kate Banyas was hired as camp director of Prescott Farm in Laconia. She has years experience working at summer camps. She earned a bachelor’s degree in natural history education from Sterling College and a master’s degree in ecological teaching and learning from Lesley University.

Kathleen Bizarro-Thunberg, Tony Speller and Lori Langlois joined the board of directors for the Granite United Way. Bizarro-Thunberg is an executive vice president at New Hampshire Hospital. Speller is a division vice president at Comcast. Langlois is executive director of North Country Education Services.

Ross Whaley joined the board of directors of the Northern Forest Center. He is a senior adviser to the Adirondack Landowners Association.

Tim Cossette was hired by Al Terry Plumbing and Heating as a comfort adviser. He has 20 years of experience.

John Markland was named the executive director of the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction. He has spent 26 years in law enforcement, 23 in Gilford, and is a longtime volunteer with the auction.