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14—JOURNAL OPINION—March 13, FURNITURE FLOORING MATTRESS GALLERY WINDOW FASHIONS WGSB announces promotions ' WOODSVILLE—The Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank Board of Directors voted to promote two of the bank’s employees at its recent meeting. The board appointed Daniel Stannard Jr. to the position of executive vice president and senior lending officer, and Jeneil McAllister to the position of vice president and information security officer. 7m266ulch/Wm.’ V JUST IN TIME SALE! FOUR DAYS ONLY, MARCH 15—18, 2019 25% OFF STOREWIDE FXCI. )l-S MOUTH . HUN It DOUGIAS MM IRE. .' JENEIL McALLISTER NOW/bookkeeping department. Since then, she has served in many .. ' - roles including data processing N ‘ manager, assistant branch 0 era- 802 Railroad Street STORE HOURS . administrator. In making the ap- F U RNITU RE I802) 74845725 9 AM TO 5230 PM See our contests and pointment, the board recognized & FLOORING mayosfurniture.com SUNDAY T 1 AM TO 5:30 PM give—aways on Facebook McAllister for her contributions to the bank’s informationtechnology MAYO’S. EVERYTHING FOR YO U R HOME. DE LIVE RE D. area. FREE DELIVERY FREE SET-UP WITHIN 50 MILES DANIEL STANNARD JR. Stannard oversees the bank’s consumer, residential, and com- mercial loan portfolios. He joined the bank in 2014 with more than 20 years of experience in lending, loan management, and business develop- ment. In addition to his banking experience, he worked to help establish the Rutland County Com- munity Land Trust, assisting in the development of affordable housing through the innovative expansion of available housing opportunities. He . is currently a board member and treasurer of Twin Pines Housing Trust, and regularly helps out at I 5 I I l I I I: youth sports programs and other school activities. He is the former #40578, WT, 4x4, DBL, 6.0L, Boss V-Plow, 19k Miles #40566A, XLT, 4X4, Xcab, 6.8L, 8.6 Boss Plow, 84k Miles chair of the Manchester Health Service Board (Visiting Nurses) and president of the Regional Afford- able Housing Corporation. Jeneil McAllister was promoted from network security officer. She started with the bank in 1986 in the Cottage Hospital hosts ,,,,,,, mm, 2014 our: 1500 mo HAVERHILL‘The annual meeting #39044A,SL£; 4x4,0rew, 5.3L, 6.5 box Leer Cap, Min . VZ’71,4x4,Cr, .6LH Seats, ‘ of Cottage Hospital was held onFeb. w ' l '5‘! 25 at Alumni Hall in Haverhill. A ' w, moment of silence was observed in memory of Daniel Brady Jr., a board member who passed away unexpect- edly in January. The meeting opened with Dr. Linda DeFrahn recognizing three area providers for recent recogni- tion. Dr. Sarah Young-Xu of Ammonoosuc Community Health Services was named the 2018 Family Physician of the Year by the New Hampshire Academy ofF amin Physicians. Drs. Fay Homan and Steve Genereaux of Little Rivers Health Care were chosen as the 2018 Vermont Physicians of the Year by the Vermont Chapter of the Academy of F ami-ly Practices. Bill Taxter, Cottage Hospital Board Chair, recognized Cottage Hospital Chief Information Officer Rick Frederick for being named by Becker’s Hospital Review as a C10 To Know in 2018. This is the fourth consecutive year that Frederick has received this honor. He also recognized Maria Ryan, chief ex- ecutive officer, .who has been recognized as one of Becker’s 50 Rural Hospital CEOs To Know in 201 8 for the fifth consecutive year. Ryan addressed those in atten- dance blyl' giving a brieifriI/erview of 2018. S e encourage a prescntto recommend .Cottage Hospital to family and friends- . #39037A, LT, AWD, 3.6L, Moonroof, Quads, th Seats, 20’s #40550, LS, 1.4L Turbo, AT , Loaded, Only 9k Miles She shared aletter she received ‘ , Mm «m from a patient’s wife that detailed v ' ‘ " . ” . “1% how great the care was for a patient who was recently seen at the ER. The wife indicated that her husband r “would not be here if it was not for the great care he got at Cottage Hospital?” r ,. l ._. I '- , .. v , Ryan also recognized the Cot- '_ " 4 " EEEWE? mm" tageflrpmuxi‘r‘y“the” ,ygufi Chevy Cruze 2018 Chevy Dala chosen as the 2018 Auxilian/ #39027A, LT, RS, 1.4L Turbo, Moonroof, 20k Miles #40534, 2LT, 3.6L, 305 HP, Loaded Full-Size, Sharp 2015 Chevy 1500 #40570, LT Z71, 4x4, DBL, 5.3L, All-Star, 1 Owner .. “1mm mi; v r 1:1?!er g sowman 2016 Ford P150 #40533, XL, Reg, 3.6L, AT, Power Group, Liner, Tow, Low Miles Volunteer Group by the New Hampshire Association of Hospital Auxiliaries and Volunteers. A pre- sentation of the hospital’s financial position was delivered by Tyler, Simms & St. Sauveur, and Ann ' Duffy, Cottage Hospital Chief . Financial Oflicer. " ' The nominating committee an- nounced the follow slate 'of offic- ers, corporate and board members. DeFrahn was nominated for presi- dent of the corporation, Archie Steenburgh was nominated for vice w president, and Stephanie Chase was nominated as clerk. Also nominated were Nancy Guy of Woodsville for corporate member, and nominated as trustees were Amy Perry of West Newbury, Teresa Puffer and Ashley Luurtsema of Woodsville, and Mark , Johnson of Bradford. All appoint- ments were accepted as presented.