Business people for January 16, 2022

Published: 01/15/2022 11:01:16

Modified: 01/15/2022 11:00:11 AM

Kim Lesnewski was promoted to mortgage originator at Meredith Village Savings Bank in Laconia. She will help clients apply for mortgages, construction loans and equity loans.

Jared Price was promoted to Vice President – ​​Comptroller, at the Bank of New Hampshire. He will administer, lead and manage the accounting and finance sections of the bank in this new position.

Lindsay Nadeau of the law firm Orr & Reno was named the recipient of the Philip S. Hollman Award for Gender Equality. The award will be presented Feb. 18 at the New Hampshire Bar Association mid-year meeting.

Christopher Dube, Whitney Gagnon, Caitlyn McCurdy and John Weaver were elected as new directors of the law firm McLane Middleton.

Paige Wilber earned his professional engineering license in New Hampshire, while working at HL Turner Goup Inc. for the past four years.

Gilles Bissonnette is the recipient of the 2022 NHBA President’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Public 2022.

Martha Jacques was chosen for the President’s Award by the NHBA for the 2022 Vickie M. Bunnell Award for Community Service.

Cordell Johnston received the 2022 Award for Outstanding Service in the Public Sector/Public Interest from the NHBA.

Shrika Tchikurty joined North Branch Construction as a project engineer. She brings with her her experience as an assistant project manager and a master’s degree in construction management.

Marc Condon was hired as a laborer for North Branch Construction, with 16 years of construction experience.

Chris Adams and Pete Delano have both been appointed to the Nobis Group Board of Directors. They have been with the company since the 1990s and bring decades of experience to the board.

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