Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to announce that Rhonda Nash has joined the company’s Rutland, VT, office as a REALTOR. Having grown up in Vermont, Rhonda has developed that “small town” mentality of helping her neighbors as to working hard just to make a buck! She graduated from the College of Saint Joseph in Rutland where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Her degree in Business has really helped her grasp the whole real estate concept and navigate a very complex industry.
800response (http://www.800response.com), a leading provider of toll-free vanity phone numbers and real-time call tracking analytics, announces three new hires to the company’s inside sales and client engagement teams. Dawn Tremmel joins the company as a Client Engagement Specialist, and the business-to-business sales team adds two Account Managers, Pitt Petri and Dennis Michel.
Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty is pleased to welcome REALTOR, Bridget Barry Caswell to the firm. A successful Agent since 2005, Bridget will team up with Brian Boardman working with both home buyers and sellers. Together they offer 38+ years of real estate experience in our local market.
The Most Reverend Christopher J Coyne, Bishop of Burlington and President of Rice Memorial High School [RMHS] and the RMHS School Board are pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Lisa Lorenz of Milton as the new Principal of Rice. This year, Ms Lorenz has been serving at Rice as Interim Principal and now takes on this permanent role effective today. She will continue in her role as Superintendent of Schools for the remainder of the school year.
On Wednesday, February 7, New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU) awarded five, $1000.00 scholarships to members of the Vermont National Guard. Presentation of the scholarships took place at the National Guard Association of Vermont’s Annual Scholarship Breakfast at the Capital Plaza Hotel in Montpelier. A sixth scholarship was presented by the National Guard Association of Vermont. On hand to present the scholarships for NEFCU were Cindy Morgan, Senior Marketing Executive, and Bill Smith, Senior Retail Delivery Executive.
The Vermont Association of Insurance Professionals is pleased to announce that Allison Domey, Kelly Knotek, Crista Peck & Ben Taylor from Vermont Mutual Insurance Group has become the newest members of the VTAIP. Membership in VTAIP is an industry commitment to the insurance community through leadership development, career enhancement and creating relationships with other industry related connections.
The VTAIP meets monthly and encourages outside community members to join us at our dinner meetings to connect and network with insurance related professionals.
Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) will present the 2018 Vision Awards at the organization’s inaugural Centennial Gala. The awards recognize individuals who have made significant contributions in support of SVHC’s mission and the community. The event will take place on the eve of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center’s 100th anniversary, Saturday, June 9, 2018, at the 1768 Hubbell Homestead at Colgate Park in Bennington.
Jessa Barnard, the executive director of Vermont Medical Society, left, and Trey Dobson, MD, Vermont Medical Society president, right, met with US Congressman for Vermont Peter Welch, Vermont delegation, and their staff about health care advocacy in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. In addition to his role at the Vermont Medical Society, Dobson is a physician in the Emergency Department and the chief medical officer at Southwestern Vermont Health Care and the medical director of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam Physicians in Bennington.
Vermont Business Magazine State Representative Corey Parent (R-St Albans) announced today that he’s a candidate to represent Franklin County and Alburgh in the Vermont Senate. “I want to thank the people of St Albans for allowing me the honor to serve on their behalf for past four years. I also want to thank Senator Carolyn Branagan for her service to the people of Franklin County.” Parent said. Branagan, a Republican, has announced she will step down. Franklin County has long been a Republican stronghold.
Vermont Rep Bill Botzow (D-Pownal) and former Vermont Sen Kevin Mullin (R-Rutland) were recognized by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) on February 21st for their commitment to enacting policies aimed at growing Vermont’s economy.