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Published Monday Aug 6, 2018

A Scott McKnight

In the Spotlight: Triangle Credit Union in Nashua has appointed A. Scott MacKnight as CEO and president, beginning January 2019. Currently Triangle’s CFO, MacKnight has been with the company for more than 24 year working his way up and holding the jobs of teller, staff accountant, and VP of finance/controller.

"Scott's breadth of knowledge from his longevity at Triangle gives him a unique understanding of our members' needs and how they must be served," says Triangle's CEO/president Maurice Simard. Simard, who has held the role of CEO/president for 34 years, will be retiring at the end of December.


According to the Keene Sentinel, Brady Sullivan Properties sold The Center at Colony Mill at 149 Emerald St., formerly known as The Center at Keene, to Mountainscapes Capital Investment Trust on July 23. The paper cites online city property records and says the purchase also included paved lots and vacant land; and the price was nearly $12 million.


Joyce Design Solutions , a graphic design firm based in Exeter, is celebrating 25 years in business. The firm creates print publications for academic institutions, nonprofit organizations and small businesses.


Summit by Morrison in Whitefield, an independent, assisted and memory care living options center, held a ribbon cutting recently. The Summit was developed by The Morrison Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing Care, a nonprofit that has been providing healthcare to the North Country since 1903.


Complete Payroll Solutions, in Springfield, Mass., a human resource, benefits and payroll service provider, promoted Pat Collopy to business solutions consultant for new partnerships and business development in NH. She joined the firm in 2004, and most recently served as director of marketing and communications.



The Derry Medical Center Charitable Foundation presented seniors from six area high schools with $1,000 scholarships. The awards go to students pursuing careers in a medically related profession, and who rank in the top 25 percent of their class. Dennis Rork, M.D. is joined by Derry Medical Center Charitable Foundation's 2018 Scholarship Award recipients: front row, L to R Rebecca Scott, Candia; Sigourney Lavoie, Chester; Ashley Andrews, Londonderry. Back row, Alexandra Maters, Bedford; Devon O'Hara, Bedford; Madeline Futrell, Hollis; Halle Hamilton, Londonderry. (Not present for photo Tyler Danforth, Zoe Hayward, Lindsey Farland, Emma Figaro, Emily Frank, Kathryn Leighton, Hailey Liptrap, Remy Sprague and Sara Vilela.) 


HRCU 2018 Scholars

HRCU awarded seven local high school graduates with college scholarships in June. The recipients are Credit Union members who attend high school around the HRCU community. The scholarship program began in 1996 and has now awarded 216 scholarships totaling over $220,000. From left, Abigail Chretien; Brian Hughes HRCU president & CEO; Margaret Pomeroy, Maxwell Horwitz; Dana Flanders, board chairman and scholarship committee; Alirose Beauregard; Alyssa Lavertuel; Barry Checchi, supervisory and scholarship Committees; Trevor Ballou; James Brock, council of trustees and scholarship committee chairman; (Not in photo: Kayla Dunton.)

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