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Published Monday Aug 20, 2018

Eckman New Hires

Eckman Construction of Bedford welcomed back two former employees and added two new members to the team in recent weeks. From left Jarod Cain, Julianne Cardinal, Jonathan Krygeris, Patrick O’Grady.

In the Spotlight: Eckman Construction has hired Jarod Cain for the position of marketing manager and Patrick O’Grady for the position of estimator. The company also welcomed back Julianne Cardinal in the role of project superintendent. Cardinal originally joined the Eckman team in 2000 and worked on projects with budgets as large as $44 million. Jonathan Krygeris rejoins the project management staff, having originally served in the role of project manager at Eckman from 2010 to 2016, has an additional nine years of experience.


Northway Bank named Robert Fischer as AVP, senior branch manager of its Portsmouth location. According to a statement. Fischer brings a career of banking expertise, leadership, and professional networking to his position.


Nancy Phillips of Nancy Phillips Associates, auto industry consultant, facilitated the sale of 28 acres of land in Claremont, owned by Peter Mans, to Rob McGee, owner of McGee Toyota of Claremont, and three dealerships in Massachusetts. According to a statement, McGee plans to begin construction immediately at 168 Claremont Road.

McGee Toyota


Berkshire Hathaway Verani Realty has added several new real estate agents who will serve clients in both the residential and commercial real estate markets throughout NH. The realtors, along with their primary area of focus, are: Liz Plainte – Amherst, Barbara Minico – Bedford, Lindsay Goulet – Concord, Mark Whitney – Concord, Amber Rejdych – Concord, Cyndie Fortier – Windham, Nicole Wante – Londonderry, Jill Hughes – Londonderry, Sarah Steeves – Portsmouth and Gary Robinett – Londonderry commercial sector.


The Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation granted $4,000 to the YMCA of Greater Nashua to help fund Power Scholars Academy, a five-week learning loss prevention program for students in grades 1-8. Run by the Y, in partnership with the Nashua School District, 21st Century Programs and Title I, serves more than 300 low-income Nashua youth who are behind in literacy and math levels.


According to the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains and Girl Scouts of the USA the gluten-free Toffee-tastic cookie is returning as part of the 2019 Girl Scout Cookie season lineup. The program helps participants develop five essential life and business skills, fostering the next generation of women who are entrepreneurs and business leaders.

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