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Business people for July 18, 2021

  • Paris

  • Nihill

  • Lambert BILL GRAHAM—BILL GRAHAM

  • Kilar

  • Adams Picasa—

  • Rankin

Published: 7/19/2021 10:08:14 AM

Eulaie Paris was promoted to senior vice president of operations, partnerships, and client experience for NHTrust. She joined the company in 2019 as the vice president of partner relations and customer service and has since expanded on that role. Through her new position, she will be focusing on creating an efficient and streamlined internal process to better help NHTrust’s clients.

Kevin Nihill has been appointed chief financial officer and treasurer of St. Mary’s Bank. He has had over 15 years of experience with finance and banking, which he will use to help oversee the process for accounting, finance and the facilities.

Jennifer Lambert was named director of environmental services for Nobis Group. She is a senior hydrogeologist, with 17 years of experience running environmental investigation and remediation projects to help her. She will be working to provide resources for her environmental group in order to provide technical solutions for Nobis Group’s clients.

Geoffrey Kilar of Candia, is the new director of finance at Concord Community Music School. He will be applying his master’s degrees in accounting and business administration for the school as a professional and former alumnus.

Chris Adams has been named one of the top seven agents in New England for commissions earned for the RE/MAX company in May. He has been a member of RE/MAX Bayside since 2016, and adds his experience with real estate investment into his job.

Sean Rankin was named Vice President – Commercial Banker of the Bank of New Hampshire. After graduating the University of Maine with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, he has gained 12 years of experience working with commercial banking. In which he has gained numerous areas of expertise including real estate, and business financing, that will benefit the bank.




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