Faces & Places

July 2014

Fletcher Allen Partners and The University of Vermont announced the change of Fletcher Allen Partners’ name to The University of Vermont Health Network; Fletcher Allen Health Care will be renamed The University of Vermont Medical Center. CVPH Medical Center will adopt the name Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital and use it together with The University of Vermont Health Network. Central Vermont Medical Center and Elizabethtown Community Hospital will also use their names with The University of Vermont Health Network. Todd Keating was named chief financial officer of The University of Vermont Health Network. Keating was at UMass Memorial Healthcare in Worcester.

Shelburne Farms named Hanna Sacco director of the Inn at Shelburne Farms, succeeding Karen Polihronakis. Sacco has been with the inn since 2010, most recently as functions manager. Kate Turcotte was named head cheese maker, succeeding Nat Bacon. She was an intern and member of the cheese-making staff before leaving in 2012 to make cheese at Consider Bardwell Farm.

Vermont Information Technology Leaders appointed Joanna Cummings marketing manager, a newly created role. Cummings was with Champlain College.

Lamoureux & Dickinson Consulting Engineers announced the hiring of Kail Romanoff. Romanoff has more than 10 years’ experience performing land/boundary surveying.

Ethan Johnson joined the Neville Companies as director of business development. His background as regional sales manager for Advantage Sport, a supplier of athletic flooring in the Northeast, makes him familiar with the Vermont territory and that of Neville’s Boston office.

Dominion Tech Inc. announced that Brent Magnant joined the team as a senior network engineer. Magnant was with the State of Vermont.

Home Instead Senior Care announced three new employees. Maria McGrath is invoice administrator. She has many years of experience in administration and customer service. Sarah Vincent is a part-time office administrator. She has a marketing background and a degree in business marketing. Janet Dowling also joined the team as part-time office administrator. She has a background in office management.

Passumpsic Savings Bank announced several staff promotions. Thomas M. Zabek, senior vice president/CFO, was promoted to executive vice president. He joined the bank 27 years ago. Daniel J. Kimbell, senior vice president, senior investment officer for Passumpsic Financial Advisors, was promoted to executive vice president. He has over 30 years’ experience in investment management and planning. Robert M. Bishop, senior vice president, lending and commercial services, was promoted to executive vice president. He joined the bank in 2006. Pamela A. Sanderson, assistant vice president/branch administrator, was promoted to vice president. She joined the bank 25 years ago. Angela Payeur, St. Johnsbury Center branch manager, was promoted to assistant treasurer. She has been with the bank 13 years. Dawn Shatney, loan operations manager, was promoted to assistant treasurer. She has been in banking for 23 years and joined Passumpsic in 2008.

Caleidoscope Solutions hired Gregory Wyman as support specialist technician serving customers nationwide. Wyman is a Certified ShoreTel Solution representative and CompTia A+ certified.

G. Kenneth Perine, president and CEO of the National Bank of Middlebury, announced that he will step down as president and chief executive officer effective Dec. 31 of this year. Caroline Carpenter, a 17-year veteran of the bank and current executive vice president, will assume the presidency and position of chief executive officer. Carpenter has been part of the banking community in Addison County since 1991, serving as a mortgage originator at Vermont Federal Bank before joining National Bank of Middlebury in 1997. Perine will continue to serve on the bank’s board of directors and will work on special projects on a part-time basis.

KeyBank hired Frank Parisi as senior business banking relationship manager covering southern Vermont. He has more than 12 years’ experience in commercial and retail banking and was senior vice president and senior business relationship manager at Webster Bank. Lisa Geraghty was named regional sales executive, enterprise commercial payments, covering Vermont. She has more than 18 years’ experience in financial services and was assistant vice president, commercial lending at Merchants Bank.

Burlington Emergency Shelter announced the change of its name to ANEW Place, accompanying a new logo. The change is part of a full rebranding, assisted by Mark and Lisa Sylvester of Interrobang Design Collaborative of Richmond, to better reflect the organization’s broader mission and direction.


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