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The University of Vermont has named three new University Distinguished Professors: Jerold F. Lucey, Brooke T. Mossman, and Susan S. Wallace.
As T-Mobile USA increases its presence in the greater New England area the company today appointed John Diefenbach as the first vice president general manager for the area, responsible for sales across all T-Mobile retail properties, customer growth and loyalty efforts.
A quest to return to New England enticed Britta-Lena Lasko to Saint Michael’s College of Vermont. Ms. Lasko, prospect researcher for the University of Virginia from 2006 to the present, was named prospect researcher for the Saint Michael’s institutional advancement office, starting June 7.
It’s only been a month since Dr. Dina Levin, an ob/gyn, came to Randolph to work at Gifford Medical Center.
Maponics (www.maponics.com), provider of location-based data, announced today that Mark Dykstra has joined the company as the Director of Sales. Mark comes to Maponics with more than 20 years of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) industry experience in senior sales and operations roles.
Rutland Regional Medical Center is pleased to welcome Rachel Bruce, MD, to its staff of exceptional physicians.
After taking some time off to take care of her new daughter, Dr. Bruce is joining the staff of Rutland Regional’s Hospitalist Program. A hospitalist is a fully qualified, experienced doctor who directs the care for most patients when they are admitted to a hospital.
The Addison County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the opening of Vermont SpineWorks & Rehabilitation, Middlebury’s first community-based medical spine center.
The Central Vermont Medical Center Auxiliary Scholarship Committee Chair Peg Ayer announced that the Auxiliary awarded ten $2,000 scholarships to local students planning to study for careers in health care.
CVMC’s 33rd Annual Service Awards have been announced. “It is with great pride that I congratulate you on your many years of service to CVMC. You make up the very fabric of our culture. Your dedication and commitment to our organization is commendable,” said Judy Tarr, President and CEO. 35 year award recipients included Kathy Pelletier, RN, Bob Green, RN and Marilyn Hart, MD.
TwinState//Voice.Data.Video. is pleased to announce the addition of Sandra Baker as Executive Administrative Assistant to the firm’s rapidly growing team. In her position, Mrs. Baker will provide direct support to TwinState’s President and CEO, Devi Momot.
Rutland law firm Pratt Vreeland Kennelly Martin & White, LTD, is happy to announce that Andrew M. Carter, Esq. has joined the firm as counsel. Mr. Carter’s practice will focus on conflict resolution and civil and commercial litigation. He brings to the firm extensive experience representing individuals and businesses before courts across Vermont.
Josie Palmer Leavitt, a Real Estate Sales Professional in Hinesburg, has joined Keller Williams Realty Green Mountain Properties. Josie Palmer Leavitt has an extensive background in marketing and management, specializing in land sales and seller listings.