Business People

  • Charles Fanaras, Tina Annis and Paul Provost Coutesy

  •  Keller

  • Bates

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Jordan Temple of Penacook was hired as the safety officer at Cobb Hill Construction. He graduated from Keene State College with a degree in safety management.

Jessica Keller of Pembroke was named the “Three Square Meals” food ambassador by Ocean State Job Lot’s charitable foundation.

Kristy Hiller was promoted to HR business partner at Human Resource Partners, which has offices in Concord and Dover. She was responsible for creating the human resource department as senior director.

Devin Bates of Henniker was hired as an associate at Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard law firm in Little Rock, Ark.

Michael Marchand of Hopkinton was named supervisor of the state Fish and Game Department’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program. He has 14 years of experience as a N.H. Fish and Game wildlife biologist.

Charles Fanaras, Tina Annis and Paul Provost were elected as trustees of the Presidential Oaks governing board. It is the first time trustees were not members of the Odd Fellows fraternity. The decision marks a move to better connect with the Concord community. Fanaras is president and owner of the Prescription Center and New England Pharmacy Service. Annis is an attorney at Annis and Zellers, PLLC. Provost is president of MillRiver Wealth Management.