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DuBois & King, Inc., an employee-owned environmental and engineering firm, is pleased to announce that Richard Tetreault, PE, has joined the firm as our Director of Transportation. Rich is a natural leader who brings extensive experience in all aspects of public transportation infrastructure throughout New England.
DuBois & King, Inc., an employee-owned environmental and engineering firm, is pleased to announce that Charles (Chuck) K. Goodling, PE, has been promoted to President of DuBois & King. Chuck’s selection as president had the unanimous support of the DuBois & King Board of Directors and leadership around the company.
Liquid Measurement Systems, Inc. (LMS) announced that Jonathan Farnham will be retiring from the Company, effective 28 May 2021. Farnham, a retired Brigadier General with the Vermont National Guard, joined LMS’ Business Development group in October 2013.
A new pillow company is prioritizing consumers’ sleep unlike ever before, retailing what they claim to be “the best thing you could ever take to bed with you.” After launching officially on March 19, Vermont Pillow Company sells pillows that don’t bunch, clump or prick, made from a top-quality luxury down alternative that honors the fresh air of the Green Mountain State.
Springfield Hospital’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Robert S.
The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont (UVM), in collaboration with the UVM Health Network (UVMHN) and the UVM Medical Center, has announced that Randall F. Holcombe, M.D., M.B.A., has been appointed director of the UVM Cancer Center (UVMCC) and chief of the Division of Hematology and Oncology in the Department of Medicine.
The Vermont Pharmacists Association has selected Troy Spaulding RPh of Swanton, VT as the 2021 recipient of the Bowl of Hygeia Award. This prestigious national award is given to one pharmacist in each state for their history of outstanding professionalism and commitment to community service.
Governor Phil Scott today announced the appointments of Sabina Haskell and Wendy Knight as deputy commissioners at the Department of Liquor and Lottery.
Pablo Shiladitya Bose has been named by the University of Vermont Alumni Association as the 2021 recipient of the George V. Kidder Outstanding Faculty Award. Bose is an associate professor in the Department of Geography, a Gund fellow, and director of the Global and Regional Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Vermont.
DEW Construction (www.DEWconstruction.com) welcomes new hires, Dakota Stender and Michael Lambert. Dakota Stender has joined DEW as a Project Manager. He will manage the business side of projects, including subcontractors, the procurement process, overall schedule, cost control, change management, project accounting and disbursement.
Following a nationwide search, CATV is pleased to announce that Samantha Davidson Green will lead the institution as its new Executive Director, taking the reins from former Executive Director Donna Girot who has relocated to California to lead Access Sacramento, the community’s public access station. Green will officially join CATV on April 26, 2021.
Christina E. Nolan, former United States Attorney and longtime federal and state prosecutor, will join Vermont law firm Sheehey Furlong & Behm P.C., as a shareholder and director.