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Newsmakers: Elliot honors Hoepp, Soukup; Seugling joins Bar Harbor Bank; Northway names Pond branch manager

April 22. 2018 7:14PM

Elliot honors Hoepp, Soukup

MANCHESTER — Elliot Health Systems recently hosted a Doctors’ Day celebration to thank its medical staff. The evening concluded with the announcement of two prestigious honors.

Dr. Lawrence Hoepp, a surgeon, was awarded the Stephen A. Tzianabos, MD Award for Physician Excellence.

Hoepp was voted Medical Staff President from January 2013 through December 2016. He also joined the Elliot Health System Board of Directors from 2013 through 2016 and has been an at-large member since January 2017. Dr. Hoepp will soon represent physicians at the Regional Healthcare Board of SolutioNHealth.

The 2018 Physician of the Year award was given to pediatric surgeon Dr. Elizabeth Soukup. Dr. Soukup earned her bachelor of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her doctor of medicine from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, graduating first in her class. She completed her general surgery training at Massachusetts General Hospital and her fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital Boston.

Seugling joins Bar Harbor Bank

CONCORDCharles William Seugling IV joined Bar Harbor Bank & Trust as vice president, regional market manager for the Southern New Hampshire Region. Branches under his management include Concord, Nashua, Peterborough, Hillsborough and Milford. Seugling most recently was vice president, regional operations officer in the Rhode Island-Southeastern Massachusetts market for TD Bank.

Northway names Pond branch manager

CONCORD — Northway Bank named Tyler Pond as branch manager of its Concord location. Tyler most recently served as assistant branch manager for Citizens Bank in the Concord area. He is pursuing an MBA in forensic accounting through Southern New Hampshire University.

Cranmore Fitness adds two trainers

NORTH CONWAYSondra Love and Morgan Butters joined Cranmore Fitness, a fitness facility in North Conway. Love joined the personal training team in summer 2017. After she earned her bachelor of science degree at Plymouth State University in 2013, she started running competitively, which led her to pursue personal training. Butters joined the personal training team this spring.

Fitness has continuously been part of Butters’ life, mostly through athletics, which has led her to becoming a personal trainer.

Pickering House hires assistant manager

WOLFEBORO — Pickering House Inn, scheduled to open in Wolfeboro this summer, selected New Hampshire native Madison Dullea to serve as assistant manager. Dullea graduated magna cum laude from Endicott College in May 2016 with a bachelor of science in hospitality management. She subsequently became a key member of the opening staff for Otis Restaurant in Exeter.

Stein adds two attorneys

CONCORD — Attorneys Thomas T. Barry and Robyn A. Guarino joined The Stein Law Firm PLLC.

Barry, who has been serving clients for 30 years, is an experienced personal injury, worker’s compensation, products liability, insurance and employment law practitioner licensed in New Hampshire and Virginia.

Guarino is an experienced family and elder law practitioner licensed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She has been serving clients for 23 years.


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