Business people for Nov. 14, 2021

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Published: 11/22/2021 9:06:23 PM

David Collins the president of RYP Granite Strategies (RYPGS), has announced that he will step down from his position Dec. 31. Collins joined Rath, Young, and Pignatelli in 1998 and later became president of RYPGS in 2017. He will stay on in an advisory position until June 2022.

Gina Powers will be taking over the position of RYPGS President Jan. 1 after being with the company for 15 years. Powers is a government affairs professional and has earned multiple awards over her professional career.

Richard Parsons was promoted to Director of Government Relations at RYPGS. Parsons will be utilizing his experience with legisture and lobbying in New Hampshire and North Carolina for this new role.

Kyle Baker has been promoted to Senior Manager of Government Relations at RYPGS, and will be using his experience as a former legislature aid to multiple committees.

Robert Collins has been with RYPGS since 2020 and was recently promoted to Government Relations Director.

Michael Panesbianco was elected as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Council along with 26 others. Panesbianco has 25 years of experience with advising and representing individuals on their estate planning, probate and trust administration.

Jay Bisson joined New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp as Vice President, Information Security Officer to oversee cyber and physical security. Bisson previously worked at Granite State Management and Resources managing the security system, and brings over 20 years of experience to this new role.

Katherine Hanna was awarded the New Hampshire Hospital Association’s Leslie A. Smith Presidents Award, for her work revising the New Hampshire Advance Directive laws.

Samantha Mills was recently hired by the Crisp Law Firm, PLLC as an attorney. Mills interned for the firm during her final year of law school, and was sworn into the New Hampshire State Bar on Oct. 27.

Steve Bennett retired from New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp after 36 years of service. Bennett has been with the company since 1985 as a bank security officer, and ended his career with the company as Secure Documents Distribution and Special Projects Assistant.

Gary Noseworthy was recently appointed as Executive Director at Community Health Access Network. He brings with him executive leadership experience in various aspects of information and technology industries that will benefit his new role.

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