NH Business Newsmakers: King joins NHFPI board
July 16. 2017 11:26PM
CONCORD — The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute elected Bruce King of Etna to the organization’s board of directors. King is president and chief executive officer of New London Hospital and has more than 30 years’ experience working in the field of health-care finance and administration in New Hampshire.
Delamater opens City Wide office
BEDFORD — City Wide, a management company in the building maintenance industry, opened a new office serving commercial properties throughout New Hampshire. Ed Delamater of Bedford owns and operates the office at 9 Cedarwood Drive, Unit 9 in Bedford. City Wide provides more than 20 services through a collection of independent contractors and vendor partners, including floor care, window washing, janitorial supplies and parking lot maintenance.
Orr & Reno makes Morse shareholder
CONCORD — Orr & Reno elected attorney Julie Morse as a shareholder and director of the firm. Morse, a business attorney who joined the firm in June 2016, becomes the firm’s 17th shareholder and the first associate elevated to shareholder since 2014.
Howe, Riley & Howe promotes Gagnon
MANCHESTER — Howe, Riley & Howe, an accounting and business advisory firm with offices in Manchester and Portsmouth, promoted CPA Jason Gagnon to manager. Gagnon joined the firm in 2011 and specializes in audit and accounting, tax and financial accounting.
Dufresne joins Coldwell Banker
MANCHESTER — Hooksett resident Jackie Dufresne, owner/broker of Red Door Real Estate, has affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England office in Manchester as a broker associate. Dufresne will provide residential real estate services in Hillsborough, Merrimack and Rockingham counties.
Ives joins Child and Family Services
MANCHESTER — Colleen Ives joined Child and Family Services as vice president/programs. Ives previously served as vice president, operations and quality control for the Rockport Mortgage Corp., Gloucester, Mass. She previously was principal of Ives Development Associates, a consulting agency that provided strategic planning and leadership development to public, private and nonprofit companies throughout New England.
Madden-Fuentes joins urologic center
CONCORD — Concord Hospital Center for Urologic Care welcomed Ramiro J. Madden-Fuentes, M.D., who specializes in male urologic reconstructive surgery and male and female cancer survivorship genitourinary care. Dr. Madden-Fuentes is a graduate of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He completed his urologic surgery residency, urologic research fellowship and genitourinary reconstructive urology and cancer survivorship fellowship at Duke University Medical Center, Durham, N.C.
Disability center appoints three
CONCORD — The Disability Rights Center-NH appointed Melissa Mandrell to the board of directors. Mandrell is the project director of the Center for Aging and Community Living at UNH. Attorney Juli Hincks and Caitlin League joined the center’s PAIMI Advisory Council. Hincks is an associate at Butenhof & Bomster PC in Manchester and a former intern at the Disability Rights Center. League is a peer recovery advocate at Clinical & Support Options Inc. and the admissions coordinator at the Brattleboro Retreat. The Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness (PAIMI) Advisory Council advises the center on its policies and priorities for the PAIMI program.
Morrill joins spa as massage therapist
PETERBOROUGH — Priscilla “Cilla” Morrill, former editor of the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, joined European Esthetics at 36 Grove St., Suite 1, as a licensed massage therapist. Trained at New Hampshire Institute for Therapeutic Arts, Morrill will offer the European-developed neuromuscular technique, deep tissue massage, lymphatic drainage, reflexology and attunement, among other healing arts.