New Hampshire Business Newsmakers
MANCHESTER — Wright-Pierce, a Manchester-based engineering firm, has earned a spot on Engineering News Records “Top 200” list of the most successful environmental engineering companies in the country.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Richard Herfurth, a safety and training coordinator for Bartlett Tree Experts from Lyndeborough, N.H., has been recognized as a “True Professional of Arboriculture” by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).Peter Gerstenberger, a senior advisor for safety, compliance, and standards at the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA) who works out of Londonderry, is this year’s winner of the Millard F. Blair Exceptional Contribution to Practical Arboriculture Award from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA).
The Blair Award that Gerstenberger received recognizes individuals for providing outstanding service in promoting practical arboriculture in their work.
Gerstenberger has developed videos and training manuals for ground operations and tree climbing for ISA in conjunction with TCIA. He’s trained more than 4,000 arborists in safety workshops and has written more than 500 articles on safety and compliance for tree care professionals.
MANCHESTER — Nancy Boilard recently was named indirect business development officer at St. Mary’s Bank, the nation’s first credit union.
Boilard will work to increase the institution’s indirect lending portfolio, developing new contacts and maintaining current relationships with participating dealers. Indirect lending allows St. Mary’s Bank members to apply and receive approval on loans at participating dealerships.
Boilard, a Manchester resident, most recently was Indirect Lending manager at Northeast Credit Union, where she oversaw the dealer funding department, generated new indirect dealer relationships as well as cultivated existing relationships.
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AUBURN — SFC Engineering of Auburn announces the recent addition of Doug Fountain to the fire protection engineering department.
Fountain is originally from Australia where he received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, as well as a bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Fountain brings a broad range of experience specializing in fuel systems designs, fire safety, hazardous material storage and power generation systems.
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