Business people for Nov. 11, 2019

  • Nathaniel Greene

  • Terrie McQuillen

  • Luca D’italia John Whedon—©John Whedon

Published: 11/10/2019 10:33:37 PM

Nathaniel Greene was selected as the New Hampshire Envirothon Coordinator by the N.H. Association of Conservation Districts. Greene lives in Concord and works for the N.H. Department of Education. The N.H. Envirothon brings together high school and middle school students as they form teams and work together to learn about the environment. 

Terrie McQuillen has joined Merrimack County Savings Bank as senior vice president, senior portfolio manager. McQuillen will oversee commercial credit and loan administration from the bank’s main office in downtown Concord. Prior to joining the Merrimack, McQuillen was the executive officer, SVP and chief credit officer at Community National Bank in Derby, Vt. 

Jackie Whatmough was elected chairwoman of the board of commissioners for Concord Housing + Redevelopment. Whatmough has been on the board at CH+R for two years. She has a long history of working in social services in the Granite State. Whatmough retired as the City of Concord’s Director of Human Services in October of 2016, after serving in that position for 15 years.

Peter Berger was elected as vice-chairman of Concord Housing + Redevelopment’s board of commissioners.  Berger is a partner at Orr & Reno, P.A. and has given his time to many charitable organizations in Concord over the years, including the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, the Concord Boys & Girls Club, and New Hampshire Public Radio.  Berger has served on the board at CH+R for nine years.  

Luca D’italia was promoted to vice president at Independence Financial Advisors. D’Italia joined IFA in 2015 as an Investment Advisor.  He will continue to meet with clients to assist with creating financial plans and managing investment portfolios.  D’Italia is a certified financial planner practitioner and has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Keene State College.


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