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NH Business Newsmakers: Nathan Wechsler promotes three

July 22. 2018 11:46PM

CONCORD — The regional accounting firm of Nathan Wechsler & Co. PA promoted Stephanie R. Kondvar, CPA, Sarah R. Wright, CPA, and Nina Ann Timney. Kondvar and Wright have both been with Nathan Wechsler & Co. since 2014 and will serve as supervising seniors. Kondvar specializes in performing work for organizations in the government, nonprofit, manufacturing, and real estate property management sectors. Wright’s focus is on providing tax services for corporations and individuals, with a focus on tax compliance. Timney joined the firm in 2017 and specializes in work for nonprofits and construction companies. Timney is taking on the new role of senior.

Peterson joins finance authority

CONCORD Kevin Peterson joined The Community Development Finance Authority as director of economic development. Peterson previously served as senior program officer for New Hampshire Charitable Foundation from 2001 to 2018. In that role, he helped design and implement the foundation’s $12 million Impact Investing Program.

Roy rejoins TFMoran

BEDFORD Kyle Roy, PE has rejoined TFMoran, serving as a senior structural engineer. He has more than 20 years of experience in structural design and analysis, including the evaluation of existing or damaged structures for commercial, industrial, institutional and residential building types for a variety of public/private clients.

Canney joins Peabody & Smith

MEREDITH Doug Canney joined the Meredith office of Peabody & Smith Realty as a sales associate. For more than 30 years, Canney owned his own business in the automotive field and during that time, for the past 12 years, worked also in real estate in Plaistow. After selling his business, Canney and his wife decided to relocate to the Lakes Region.

Nyhan joins Coldwell Banker

MANCHESTERJeff Nyhan has affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Manchester. Nyhan will provide residential real estate services in Manchester as well as the surrounding communities. The lifelong Manchester resident previously worked in the security field for nearly 20 years.


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