Business people from Feb. 14, 2021

Published: 3/2/2021 9:52:42 AM

Meg Miller has announced that she plans to retire from her role as executive director of the Peabody Home. Her successor will be Howard Chandler, who has been approved by the board of directors and will begin his position on Feb. 22. Miller has worked at the Peabody Home for 22 years as the administrator and has been an integral part of the new phase of growth and expansion of the more than 80-year-old nursing home by securing a substantial loan to more than double the capacity of the facility. Chandler has served as the administrator of the Mountain View Community in Ossipee since 2012.

Rob Kleiner of Concord, quality audit manager at Northeast Delta Dental, was elected to the board of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. He serves on the board of directors for Kimball Jenkins and is on the Granite United Way Grant Review Team. He earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Franklin Pierce University. He also has his associate’s in business management and accounting from NHTI.

Rev. Cheryl Meachen, pastor at Wesley United Methodist Church, was elected to the board of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. She also serves on the Greater Concord Interfaith Council and Executive Board of the NH Council of Churches.

Cheryl Coletti-Lawson, Chief Operating Officer of the Lawson Group, has been honored with a 2021 Outstanding Women in Business Award from NH Business Review. The annual awards celebrate the successes and achievements of women who have had a lasting impact on New Hampshire’s business community as leaders and role models.

Pamela Bissonnette, Chief Operating Officer at Duprey Hospitality, has been honored with a 2021 Outstanding Women in Business Award from NH Business Review. The annual awards celebrate the successes and achievements of women who have had a lasting impact on New Hampshire’s business community as leaders and role models.

Elijah Garrison of Concord has been appointed sales director at Boston Solar Corporation in Woburn, Mass., one of the largest solar panel installers in the state. Garrett was previously the owner of Garrison Point Consulting in Concord helping businesses and homeowners make decisions regarding solar and energy storage. He earned his MBA from Southern New Hampshire University.

Denise Vaillancourt of Concord has joined Farmsteads of New England as business manager. She previously worked as chief financial officer of the Girls Scouts of the Green and White Mountains and vice president of finance for The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.

Steve Royer joined Farmstead of New Engalnd as human resource director. He has more than 15 years managerial experience in business process outsourcing, legal and health care industries. He previously was the business manager at NEFCO Fire Investigations.

Mark Pitkin, president and CEO of Sugar River Bank, has been appointed the Amerian Bankers Associations’s Mutual Institutions Council Administrative Committee for a one-year term. Pitkin will help review aspects of statutory, regulatory and marketplace influences on the status and role of the mutual form of organization for depository institutions.




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