Business notes for Feb. 13, 2022

  • Diaz—

  • Brouillet—

  • Nicholson—dachowski photography

  • Nagy—

  • Place—

  • Carty—

  • Willey—Allie Burke

  • Davis

  • Thibeault—

Published: 3/21/2022 1:53:41 PM
Modified: 3/21/2022 1:52:52 PM

Keith Diaz joined Nicholson Law Firm, PLLC as Esquire. He brings his specialty in personal injury, construction, and real estate litigation and trial law.

Jane Brouillet was recently hired at Nicholson Law Firm, PLLC as a legal administrative assistant. She will bring her paralegal studies associate’s degree and her six years of customer service experience to this new position.

Jennifer Nicholson has joined Nicholson Law Firm, PLLC as business manager. She will manage day-to-day operations for the firm in her new position.

Beth Nagy was named a NH Healthcare Hero by the NH Healthcare Heroes, and was honored in a pinning ceremony on Jan. 31. This award is given to those who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in the healthcare system for New Hampshire residents.

Kimberly Place, the Vice President, Financial Advisor of NHTrust has been recognized as a 2021 Elite Advisor by Infinex Investments Inc. This status is given to the top 50 Infinex Advisors nationwide, and Place has held this status for several years.

Patricia Carty has been appointed as the next President and CEO of the Mental Health Center of Greater New Hampshire. She has been with the center since 1986, and will use her experience to oversee all clinical programs and evidence-based services.

Leigh Willey has joined the Lakes Region Community Developers Board of Directors. She brings 20 years of legal experience with her in real estate closings, general litigation, corporate law and related legal relations, and serves on the New Hampshire Underwriting Council.

Robert Davis was promoted to Senior Vice President Commercial Lending Team Leader at Meredith Village Savings Bank. Davis will lead and develop a regional lending team, as well as assist business with their commercial lending needs in his new position.

Russell Thibeault has announced his retirement from the Bank of New Hampshire Board of Directors. He has been an employee of the bank since 2000 and was appointed to Director of BNH and a trustee of BNH Financial in 2007. The bank has stated that it will remember him for his work.

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