Business people for Dec. 26, 2017

  • Joyce McKenney

  • Kristofer Wilson

  • Lissa Mascio

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Joyce McKenney joined Spaulding Youth Center in Northfield as a residential living specialist. She previously worked at Newfound Regional High School. 

Kristofer Wilson, an attorney at Martin, Lord, & Osman in Laconia, was certified as a professional in human resources by the HR Certification Institute. 

Kevin Boucher, a driver with Associated Grocers of New England, is the first driver to complete the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association Heavy Truck Driver Apprenticeship Program. Boucher completed all requirements for the apprenticeship on Oct. 31.

Lissa Mascio was hired as the development and communications director of Prescott Farm in Laconia. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of New Hampshire and a degree in law. 

Ed Caron, a senior commercial lending officer at The Merrimack, was awarded a lifetime achievement award from the Capital Regional Development Council. 

Robert Seaward Jr., the current principal at Winnisquam Regional Middle School, was hired as the superintendent of Winnisquam Regional School District SAU 59 covering Northfield, Sanbornton and Tilton. 

Phillip Donovan Jr. of Concord, Jeffrey Kipperman of Concord, Joseph Goodnough of Newbury and John Wimsatt of Northwood are four new members of the board of directors for the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of N.H.