New spokesman named for Diocese of Manchester
Bebbington will be responsible for managing and coordinating all strategic and operational communication within the diocese, including overseeing media relations, serving as official spokesperson, and supervising the production of weekly electronic newsletters, the New Hampshire Catholic Directory, and Parable, the magazine of the diocese.
He will report to the cabinet secretary for development and communication and will work directly with Libasci to assist him to disseminate his message to Catholics and members of the New Hampshire community.
Long Term Care Partners is a division of John Hancock Financial Services. He worked for John Hancock prior to his involvement with Long Term Care Partners.
He is married and has two children. He and his family are members of St. Thomas More Parish in Durham.
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