Business People: May 21, 2018

  • Holmes

  • Hodgson

  • Laverack

  • Enners

  • Deragon

  • Raycraft

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Hannah Holmes joined the Circle Program as a program manager. She was previously a teacher and youth working in South Korea, Massachusetts and on the Seacoast.

Molly Hodgson joined Human Resource Partners, with offices in Dover and Concord, as a senior business partner in organizational development and operations.

Sam Laverack, president and CEO of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp, will retire at the end of June after 42 years with the organization. Laverack’s banking career began in 1976 as the branch manager of Meredith Village Savings Bank’s Moultonborough office.

Theresa Champagne was named LRGHealthcare’s new chief nursing officer. Champagne is currently the associate chief nursing officer of surgical services for Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. She has received an active nursing license in New Hampshire, having completed the New Hampshire Board of Nursing licensure process. She holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing, a master’s degree in nursing with a focus on clinical nurse specialist and a doctorate of nursing practice.

Gregg Tewksbury, president and CEO of Savings Bank of Walpole, was chosen to be president and CEO of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp.

Eric Enners was named market development manager for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management’s Northern New England Community Market offices. Enners has 20 years of financial services experience, half of which he has spent at Merrill Lynch.

Beth Deragon joined Pastori Krans, a Concord law firm. Deragon, an award-winning attorney and community leader, specializes in training and counseling businesses on sound employment practices throughout all phases of the employee/employer relationship. She previously worked with McLane Middleton and Gallagher, Callahan and Gartrell.

Donna Raycraft joined the board of directors of Spaulding Youth Center. Raycraft brings more than 30 years of work and volunteer experience in health and human services to her new role.