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New Hires

Bernstein Shur recently hired three new staff members to its Portland office: Associates Laura Ernst and N. Joel Moser and Information Technology Director Matthew Kramer. Ernst joined the law practice group focusing on intellectual property and technology. Moser is now a member of the firm’s municipal and regulatory practice groups focusing on assisting clients in complex regulatory matters before the Maine Public Utilities Commission, property taxation, assessment appeals, Maine’s Tree Growth Tax Law and general municipal law. Kramer brings with him 15 years of expertise in the IT industry and will manage the IT infrastructure and direction for the firm.

Allen & Selig Realty of Freeport has added Gloria Fogg DeGrandpre to its Freeport location. DeGrandpre brings her multi-million dollar real estate sales record with her, as well as a broker’s license, designations for seniors real estate specialist, and is an accredited buyer’s representative.

Norway Savings Bank has hired two new employees at the Congress Street, Portland location. Karen Perry is the new vice president and branch manager with over 30 years of retail banking experience. Anthony Mellon is the new vice president of commercial lending, bringing with him 35 years of retail and commercial banking experience, having worked at both national and community banks.

Eileen Phelan of Yarmouth recently joined Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International as a real estate agent. She brings with her over 15 years of marketing and promotions experience, working previously as the marketing and promotions manager for New York City’s Village Voice newspaper as well as theater director, freelance arts and culture fundraiser, and events producer.

Bangor Savings Bank hired Robert Nadeau as the vice president, business banking officer to the greater Portland area. He will be located at one of the bank’s new locations at 320 Allen Ave. in Portland.

Gorham Savings Bank recently hired Julie Case as the assistant vice president and compliance officer. They also added Brian Cirone as a commercial credit analyst.

Dr. Istikram Qaderi recently joined Martin’s Point as the new vice president of quality. He came to Martin’s Point from Champlain Valley Physician Hospital in Plattsburgh, N.Y., where he was the associate vice president of quality resources.

DennyMike’s Award-Winning Sauces and Seasonings recently hired two new employees. Doug Murray was hired as the general manager of operations and Trevor Capps is now an operations/food productions specialist.

Norton Lamb & Company recently hired Holly Winger to the position of senior account executive. She will use her extensive product knowledge to promote NLC-endorsed technology solutions and services to manage solution development for the company’s customers.

Bath Savings Institution has added two new consumer lenders to its team. Justin Dionne of Brunswick will be working out of the Bath branch. He began his career as a student intern in Bath Savings’ loan department. Tyler Zamore was formerly a customer service representative at the bank’s Brunswick branch.

Awards

Mayo Street Arts recently received a $1,500 arts visibility grant from the Maine Arts Commission to fund a new visual identity – a graphic logo – for Mayo Street Arts. The logo will cross a variety of communication platforms, including a new exterior sign, promotional materials, printed materials and online.

Garrand, a marketing and communications firm in Portland, recently received a Gold and Silver award at the Golden Arrow Awards ceremony at the Maine Public Relations Council Annual Conference. The Golden Arrow Awards, honor excellence and provide a forum for exhibiting exemplary work, promoting public recognition of high quality communications, and gaining corporate and client recognition for public relations.

The firm of Petrucelli, Martin& Haddow is proud to announce that Best Lawyers, a widely recognized peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named Attorneys Gerald Petrucelli of Cape Elizabeth, Michael Martin of Cumberland, and James Haddow of Portland for inclusion in the 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Jenna Vendil, Portland Board of Education representative, has been picked as one of nine Democratic women “Trailblazers” in national politics. Emerge America is honoring Vendil as one of a group of women elected to public office from Maine to California.

The Carlo Pittore Foundation is honored to announce its first two grants to working Maine Artists. The Figurative Artist award went to Timothy Powers Wilson in recognition of his strides advancing the medium of figurative art. The Maine Artist Award was given to Patrick Corrigan, celebrating his mastery and innovation across media.

Chelsea Locke of Upscale Group Realty in Portland has been awarded the BNI 2011 Chapter Member of the year for the Maine region at the BNI awards dinner.

The Maine Board of Pesticides Control received the 2011 Gold Leaf Award for Outstanding Landscape Beautification Activities from the New England Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture for its work on the Yardscaping Gardens at Back Cove in Portland.

the firm.

Allen & Selig Realty of Freeport has added Gloria Fogg DeGrandpre to its Freeport location. DeGrandpre brings with her multi-million dollar real estate sales record with her as well as a broker’s license, deisgnations for seniors real estate specialist, and accredited buyer’s representative.

Norway Savings Bank has hired two new employees at the Congress St., Portland location. Karen Perry is the new vice president and branch manager with over 30 years of retail banking experience. Anthony Meollo is the new vice president of commercial lending bringing with him 35 yeras of retail and commercial banking experience, having worked at both national and local community banks.

Eileen Phelan of Yarmouth recently joined Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International as a real estate agent. She brings with her over 15 years of marketing and promotions experience, working previously as the marketing and promotions manager for New York City’s Village Voice newspaper as well as theater director and freelance arts and cultur fundraiser and events producer.

Bangor Savings Bank hired Robert Nadeau as the vice president, business banking officer to the greater Portland area. He will be located at one of the bank’s new locations at 320 Allen Ave. in Portland.

Gorham Savings Bank recently hired Julie Case as the assistant vice president and compliance officer. They also added Brian Cirone as a commercial credit analyst.

Dr. Istikram Qaderi recently joined Martin’s Point as the new vice president of quality. He came to Martin’s Point from Champlain Valley Physician Hospital in Plattsburgh, N.Y., where he was the associate vice president of quality resources.

DennyMike’s Award-Winning Sauces and Seasonings recently hired two new employees. Doug Murray was hired as the general manager of operations and Tervor Capps is now an operations/food productions specialist.

Norton Lamb & Company recently hired Holly Winger to the position of senior account exechutive. She will use her extensive product knowledge to promote NLC-endorsed technology solutions and services to manage solution development for the company’s customers.

Bath Savings Institution has added two new consumer lenders to its team. Justin Dionne of Brunswick will be working out of the Bath Branch. He began his career as a student intern in Bath Savings’ loan department. Tyler Zamore was formerly a customer service representative at the bank’s Brunswick branch.

the firm.

Allen & Selig Realty of Freeport has added Gloria Fogg DeGrandpre to its Freeport location. DeGrandpre brings with her multi-million dollar real estate sales record with her as well as a broker’s license, deisgnations for seniors real estate specialist, and accredited buyer’s representative.

Norway Savings Bank has hired two new employees at the Congress St., Portland location. Karen Perry is the new vice president and branch manager with over 30 years of retail banking experience. Anthony Meollo is the new vice president of commercial lending bringing with him 35 yeras of retail and commercial banking experience, having worked at both national and local community banks.

Eileen Phelan of Yarmouth recently joined Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International as a real estate agent. She brings with her over 15 years of marketing and promotions experience, working previously as the marketing and promotions manager for New York City’s Village Voice newspaper as well as theater director and freelance arts and cultur fundraiser and events producer.

Bangor Savings Bank hired Robert Nadeau as the vice president, business banking officer to the greater Portland area. He will be located at one of the bank’s new locations at 320 Allen Ave. in Portland.

Gorham Savings Bank recently hired Julie Case as the assistant vice president and compliance officer. They also added Brian Cirone as a commercial credit analyst.

Dr. Istikram Qaderi recently joined Martin’s Point as the new vice president of quality. He came to Martin’s Point from Champlain Valley Physician Hospital in Plattsburgh, N.Y., where he was the associate vice president of quality resources.

DennyMike’s Award-Winning Sauces and Seasonings recently hired two new employees. Doug Murray was hired as the general manager of operations and Tervor Capps is now an operations/food productions specialist.

Norton Lamb & Company recently hired Holly Winger to the position of senior account exechutive. She will use her extensive product knowledge to promote NLC-endorsed technology solutions and services to manage solution development for the company’s customers.

Bath Savings Institution has added two new consumer lenders to its team. Justin Dionne of Brunswick will be working out of the Bath Branch. He began his career as a student intern in Bath Savings’ loan department. Tyler Zamore was formerly a customer service representative at the bank’s Brunswick branch.

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