2BM0801D1121 Business MondayW 2BM0801D1121 ZALLCALL 25 16:44:07 11/19/05 B Page 8/Business Monday, November 21, 2005 Careers Companies Timothy C. Davis Lee E. Bouyea Mary E. Haas Larry Veladota Timothy C. Davis of Colchester has joined FreshTracks Capital, L.P. of Middlebury, as managing director. Lee E. Bouyea has joined the firm as an associate. Davis grew up in Burlington and graduated from the University of Vermont and Harvard University. He has 20 years experience managing manufacturing companies and providing exits for shareholders. Bouyea’s family has owned and operated Bouyea-Fassetts Bakery in Burlington for three generations. Bouyea graduated from Colgate University and Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He has worked for eBay, Nextel Communications and Ebates.com Mary E. Haas, first vice president of Merrill Lynch in Burlington, and Larry Veladota, retired vice president of Champlain College, have been elected to the board of trustees of Burlington College. Thomas J. Ruescher, DMD, of Timberlane Dental Group, has completed the board certification process in pediatric dentistry. Ruescher is a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry and a fellow member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. Carolyn Weaver has joined the Geri Reilly team at Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman Realty as a new construction specialist. Erin Pond of the Merchants Bank College Street branch in Burlington has received the November Outstanding Customer Service Award from the Burlington Business Association and Church Street Marketplace. The member of the month award for November was presented to Chris Cole, general manager of Chittenden County Transportation Authority, and recognizes the alternative transportation service with commuter express service and shuttles to downtown. Jaroslava Martinek and Carol Stenberg have joined Freeman French Freeman Inc, the Burlington architecture firm. Martinek graduated from Technical University in the Czech Republic and has more than 20 years of architectural experience. Stenberg attended Boston Architectural Center and has 15 years of experience. John Mangione of Williston is working with Knowledgewave Training in South Burlington as an application developer and technical instructor. Mangione has 13 years experience in the training industry and networking, active directory, database design, Microsoft exchange and Access. Donna Polk has been hired by Champlain Valley Area Health Education Center in St. Albans as a financial coordinator. Polk was office manager and bookkeeper at Grand Isle County Sheriff’s Department. Kristin Leach Wildman, senior accountant at Grippin, Donlan & Roche PLC in South Burlington, has been designated a CPA Ambassador by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Karen Mills, senior accountant with the firm’s Lifestyle Management Services, attended a national ElderCare/Prime Plus Services conference to further her expertise and value added services in the financial issues of aging area. Donna Carpenter, co-founder of Burton Snowboards, was named Vermont’s 2005 Philanthropist of the Year by the Northern New England Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Carpenter was nominated by the Vermont Women’s Fund, Vermont Public Radio and Stowe Education Foundation. Rob Johnson of Re/Max North Professionals of Colchester completed the real estate investment course, “Creating Wealth through Residential Real Estate Investments” conducted by the council of residential specialists of the National Association of Realtors. Kathy and Thom Laidman, owners of Hair Forte in South Burlington, completed the leadership training requirements in a week-long course of the Summit Salon Business College and became members of The Summit Salon Network. Timothy White has been hired as director of technical services at Vermont Panurgy Corp. in South Burlington. White has 10 years of experience and has been senior technical instructor, teaching Microsoft and CompTIA technical classes and computer forensics and desktop application classes. Kelly Farr and Coleen McBournie, agents at Century 21 Advantage of South Burlington, have been named top producers for the month of October. The following realtors at Lang Associates in South Burlington completed a 2-day certified residential specialist course on business planning and marketing for residential specialists: Jo Falise, Nancy Hart, Geri Barrows, Rindy Keyser, Maureen Post, Dana Valentine, Ellen Zdyb, Sarah Winslow Patch, Eileen Townsend, Dorothy Vigil, Cecelia Teague and Toni B. Trombley. Susan Krupp has been named realtor of the month for October at Coldwell Banker Choice Properties in St. Albans. Shelli Guay, media director and finance manager for PostScript Inc. of Burlington, has joined the March of Dimes Communications Committee. Guay will provide hands-on expertise and access to decision-makers within the community and participate in the chapter’s priority activities. Guay’s family serves as a mission family, which includes fundraising for events, educating the public about prematurity and serving as an advocate for the organization. Sheila Tourangeau has joined The Brain Injury Association of Vermont as information referral specialist. She is a graduate of Burlington College and worked for the Vermont Agency of Human Services and as a direct service volunteer for a crisis hotline. Billy Burns, traffic foreman for the City of Burlington; Dan Hill, street foreman; Claude Raineault, acting fleet maintenance manager; and Jim Ritchie, water distribution foreman for the city, completed requirements of the management academy sponsored by the Ver- mont Local Roads Program at St. Michael’s College in Colchester. They were required to demonstrate management skills and develop a policy or program for use in their workplace. Craig Plumb, highway superintendent of the city of South Burlington, completed the same course. Peter Baker has been appointed chief executive officer by the board of directors of Vermont Pure Holdings Limited of Williston. Baker has been president and a director of the company since October 2000 when the company merged with Crystal Rock. He was previously with Crystal Rock from 1977 until the merger. Lang Associates of South Burlington has named the following top six associates for October: Carol Audette, Andy Cochran, Toni B. Trombley and Carol Hinkel, South Burlington office; Cheryl Boissoneault, St. Albans office; and Story Jenks, Middlebury office. Vermont Supreme Court Justice Denise R. Johnson attended the national conference on appellate justice in Washington. The conference brings together lawyers, judges, academics and court administrators to explore the challenges and opportunities that face the appellate courts. Karen Richardson-Nassif of Colchester, research associate professor of family medicine at UVM College of Medicine, received the Vermont Women in Higher Education Jackie M. Gribbons Leadership Award. The award is presented to a woman in higher education who has demonstrated leadership ability, served as a model and mentor, developed innovative programs and contributed significantly to the institution and profession. Gribbons has served as practicum coordinator for the college’s higher education student affairs program since 1970. Marilyn Rinker, director of the nursing program at Norwich University in Northfield, has been named 2005 Nurse of the Year by the Vermont Nurses Association. Rinker has been director of the program for six years. The Pet Lodge has opened at 260 Avenue D, Suite 10, off Industrial Avenue in Williston. The 17,000-square-foot facility has indoor and outdoor exercise areas, boarding rooms and webcams where owners can log in from anywhere in the world and check in on their dog or cat. The company is owned by Tom Brown, a thirdgeneration vet who has 12 years experience operating a boarding facility and animal hospital. HRSentry, LLC has moved to 354 Mountain View Drive in Colchester. The company is an online human resources information site designed to help small businesses manage their day to day human resources administration. Burke Mountain Ski Area has a restaurant, the Tamarack Grill, opening in its Sherburne Base Lodge in East Burke. The restaurant is a modern American bistro featuring regional cuisine. Addison County Solid Waste Management District in Middlebury has been awarded the silver excellence in solid waste management award by the Solid Waste Association of North America. Verde Group, a creative production company in Burlington, won two silver awards in the International Davey Awards 2005. The awards were for “VSP Recruitment Film” for the Vermont State Police on the life’s work of law enforcement careers with the Vermont State Police, and for “Dinner Party” for Perrywinkles, which features a woman talking about her man, her ‘Perrywinkle Man,’ the love of her life and the diamonds. How to reach Business Monday The Burlington Free Press welcomes your submissions to Business Monday. We print achievements about individuals and companies, and notices of seminars or public business meetings. Guidelines All submissions must be typed and include a contact name and daytime telephone number. They may include news about private and public Vermont companies, government agencies focusing on business, and financial, banking and securities industries. The Free Press reserves the right to edit or reject submissions. Photographs will not be returned. Send submissions to: Business Monday The Burlington Free Press P.O. Box 10 Burlington, Vt. 05402-0010. Fax: 660-1802 E-mail: [email protected] Deadline One week prior to publication.
© Copyright 2018