Business people for July 18, 2016

  • Mardin

  • Provost

  • Carlson

Published: 7/17/2016 10:28:29 PM

Suzanne Birdsall-Stone, program director of New Hampshire 21st CCLC program in Concord, was named one of its most influential in state and local government on behalf of the afterschool field by the National Afterschool Association.

Kristin Booth, administrator for the department of Health and Human Services, Division of Youth and Families and Child Development Bureau in Concord, was named one of its most influential in state and local government on behalf of the afterschool field by the National Afterschool Association.

Nancy Mardin was promoted to assistant vice president and branch and business development manager for Meredith Village Savings Bank. In this position, Mardin will oversee the bank’s Plymouth Main Street and Plymouth Hannaford offices. Mardin has an extensive career in community banking that spans 43 years. She joined the bank in 2004 as the assistant branch manager of the Plymouth Main Street office.

Melissa Bowler of The Lawson Group, Adam Burritt of the American Red Cross, Celia Chase of Oracle, Juliaana DiGesu of Orr & Reno, Krista Dupre of Nathan Wechsler & Company, Stephanie Feist of Concord Family YMCA, Daniel Gray of Eastern Bank, Debra Johnson of Lake Sunapee Bank, Amy Juneau of Lincoln Financial, Clement Kigugu of Ascentria Care Alliance, Kathryn LaBonte of Northeast Delta Dental, Fernando Mancini of Servpro of Concord/Lakes Region, Anthony Mento of Sheerr McCrystal Palson Architect, Matthew Mercier of Merrimack County DOC, Kandice Miller of Bank of New Hampshire, Marco Philippon from the City of Concord General Services, Suzanne Rude, Tammy St. Gelais of N.H. Municipal Bond Bank, Angela Strozewski of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp, Lt. John Thomas of Concord Police Department and Melissa Voutour of Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association are members of the Leadership Greater Concord Class of 2017.

Michael O’Meara was elected chairman of Concord Community TV’s executive board. Glenn Mathews was elected vice-chairman, Charles Russell was elected secretary and Paul Ebbs was re-elected treasurer. Directors-at-large include Tonya Rochette, Bill Whitman, Allwynne Fine, Michelle Gilbert and Kelly Wing. Jack Dunn is representative of the Concord School District.

Paul Provost will assume the role of president of MillRiver Wealth Management. He was named executive vice president of MillRiver upon its formation in April 2015. Provost joined the Merrimack in 2002 as senior vice president and financial advisor and has led the wealth management services departments at Merrimack and Meredith Village Savings Bank since 2013.

Matthew Nadeau, supervising senior at Nathan Wechsler & Company, earned his Certified Valuation Analyst designation from the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. To receive his CVA, Nadeau completed a five-day training program and successfully passed the association’s comprehensive examination.

Kristina Carlson joined the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce as its communications manager. Carlson will oversee the website, media relations, digital and print publications and assist in the execution of Chamber and Concord Young Professionals Network events.




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