Business people for July 15, 2019

  • Kelsey E. Sullivan

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Published: 7/15/2019 2:58:28 PM

Kelsey E. Sullivan has joined Rath, Young and Pignatelli, P.C., in Concord as an associate attorney. Sullivan is a graduate of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program at the University of New Hampshire School of Law. She is a member of the New Hampshire bar.

Alex Kittridge, a computer technician for the White Mountain Regional School District 36, was named the Northeast Resource Recovery Association’s Individual Rookie Recycler of the Year. He recycled 650 outdated laptops.

Chris Adams of RE/MAX Bayside has been named one of the top 30 agents in New England for May 2019, according to RE/MAX International. Adams has lived and worked in the Lakes Region for over 24 years and has been with RE/MAX Bayside since 2016.

Larry Hewey of Loudon Elementary School was recognized as Northeast Resource Recovery Association’s Facilities Staff Recycler of the Year. According to Brandon Raymond, a teacher at LES, Hewey has shouldered much of the responsibility for the school’s new recycling program. Since hosting an NRRA Trash Hewey has taken it upon himself to help every student at LES to learn the rules by directing them to the proper recycling bins during lunch hours and by answering their recycling questions.

Holly B. Haines, an attorney of Abramson, Brown & Dugan accepted the gavel of as the president of the board of governors at the annual meeting for the New Hampshire Association for Justice. Haines was also honored with the Board of Governors Award. This award is presented to a member or associate member of NHAJ who has demonstrated exemplary support of the association and its goals over an extended period of time.

Hon. Kenneth C. Brown was presented with the Civil Justice Award at the annual meeting for the New Hampshire Association for Justice . This award recognizes outstanding commitment to the improvement and preservation of the American civil justice system.

Jared O’Connor, shareholder/director with Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., was the recipient of the Granite State Advocate Award at the annual meeting for the New Hampshire Association for Justice This award is given to attorneys in New Hampshire who, in the course of zealously representing their clients, pursue and help achieve substantive changes in the law of the state.

David M. Gottesman of Gottesman & Hollis received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual meeting for the New Hampshire Association for Justice. This award is given to an NHAJ member who has made a positive impact on the lives of other lawyers, on the laws in the State of New Hampshire, for their body of work and for their leadership.

Roger A. Turgeon of Turgeon & Associates was presented with the President’s Award by outgoing President William D. Woodbury at the annual meeting for the New Hampshire Association for Justice. The award is presented to an attorney who has been of outstanding service to the association in achieving its objectives for the year and of particular help to the president.

Amy Carlson has joined EXIT Reward Realty in Pittsfield. EXIT Reward Realty is a member of EXIT Realty of Upper New England’s rapidly expanding network of independently owned and operated brokerages across the region.

Deborah Ritcey was appointed CEO of Granite State Independent Living effective July 22. Ritcey’s professional career has been solely working for the Medicare and Medicaid populations, most recently serving as the national director of contracting for Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care in Wakefield, Mass., where she was responsible for the fiscal viability of all revenue contracts including Medicaid, managed care, school districts and vendors in eight states. 

Bruce Burns of Hopkinton was appointed to the board of directors of the New Hampshire Health and Education Facilities Authority. He is the former senior vice president of finance/CFO for Concord Hospital and its parent company, Capital Region Health Care.




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