Business people for March 27, 2017

  • Stephanie Andruss

Monday, March 27, 2017

Stephanie Andruss, assistant vice president and branch and business development manager, will lead the bank’s expansion efforts in Hooksett, overseeing its new office at 230 Londonderry Turnpike, due to open soon. She will continue to oversee the other Hooksett office in the Welcome Center on Interstate 93 N with a back entrance from Route 3A in Hooksett. Andruss will leave the Bow branch to focus on growing the bank’s presence in Hooksett.

Ronald Ciotti began a six-year role on the Associated General Contractors of America Contract Documents Forum. Ciotti will serve as vice-chairman of the AGC Contract Documents Forum for a three-year term, followed by a three-year term as the Forum’s chairman. He will continue to practice as a partner at Hinckley Allen in Concord while also serving as the 2017 president of the AGC of New Hampshire.

Robert A. Stein, attorney, The Stein Law Firm, PLLC, was acknowledged as one of three “extraordinary lawyers who shared their thoughts about motion practice” with authors Rebecca Diaz-Baonilla, attorney, and the Hon. Nancy Harris Vaidik in their recent publication “Point Well Made: Oral Advocacy in Motion Practice,” used in training at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.