NH Business Newsmakers: Elliot names Penner VP
June 18. 2017 11:46PM
MANCHESTER — The Elliot Health System appointed Doug Penner as vice president of provider services. Penner served as the chief operating officer for the Washington Township Medical Group for the past two years, overseeing human resources, marketing, quality, physician recruitment, credentialing and compliance.
Senet names Chatterley CEO
PORTSMOUTH — Senet, a provider of public, low-power, wide-area networks for long range Internet of Things (IoT) applications named Bruce Chatterley as chief executive officer and president. Chatterley, who has more than 25 years of industry experience, also has been elected to Senet’s board of directors.
He will succeed George Dannecker, who is retiring after four years with the company.
Ehrler joins Lake Sunapee Bank
CONCORD — Donna Ehrler joined Lake Sunapee Bank, a division of Bar Harbor Bank & Trust, as senior vice president, middle market manager. Her office is located in the bank’s branch at 8 Loudon Road in Concord.
As a senior commercial banker, Ehrler develops and manages banking relationships with business owners and entrepreneurs.
She has more than 35 years of experience in credit and commercial lending in New Hampshire.
McLane adds attorneys
MANCHESTER — McLane Middleton, Professional Association hired attorneys Caitlin G. McCurdy and Alexandra S. “Lexi” Cote. McCurdy is an associate in the trusts and estates department, where she represents clients in a variety of areas including estate planning, tax planning, and trust and estate administration. McCurdy is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and Maryland.
Cote is an associate in the firm’s litigation department. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a law clerk for Senior Associate Justice Gary E. Hicks at the New Hampshire Supreme Court.
McLane Middleton attorney Rachel Adams Ladeau was admitted to the New Hampshire State Bar. Ladeau is an associate in the firm’s litigation practice and a member of the firm’s employment law practice group. Before joining the firm, Ladeau practiced labor and employment law in the Washington, D.C., office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius.
Staller joins CFS
MANCHESTER — Child and Family Services recently appointed Paul Staller as development director. Staller joins CFS from the Currier Museum of Art, where he was director of development since 2014. While at the Currier, Staller supervised a department consisting of grant manager, membership manager and data coordinator. He also planned events, and wrote grants and endowment proposals.