After the completion of ballot voting by members of the New Hampshire Bar Association, the following attorneys were elected to serve on the 2017 – 2018 NHBA Board of Governors.
Scott Harris, of McLane Middleton in Manchester, officially took office as President of the New Hampshire Bar Association at the 2017 Annual Meeting on June 23-24 at the Mountain View Grand Hotel in Whitefield.
David McGrath of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green, P.A. in Manchester took office as President-Elect, and Edward Philpot of Edward D. Philpot Jr., PLLC in Laconia has become Vice President.
Robert R. Howard, III, of Henniker, returns as Secretary. Peter E. Hutchins, of Manchester, returns as Treasurer.
Sandra Cabrera of Waystack Frizzell in Colebrook and Jonathan Eck of Devine Millimet in Manchester were each elected to three-year terms as Governor-at-Large.
Joining the Board as New County Governors for two-year terms are:
Thomas McCue of Berlin will represent Coos County.
Marcie Hornick from the NH Public Defender’s Office will represent Grafton County.
Adam Pignatelli of Rath Young Pignatelli. P.C. was elected to represent Merrimack County.
Susan Lowry of Upton & Hatfield LLP will represent Rockingham County.
Reelected to the Board of Governors as County Governors are Richard Guerriero of Lothstein Guerriero in Keene, representing Cheshire County and Lanea Witkus of Newport, representing Sullivan County.
John Curran, Paul Chant and Christopher Regan are continuing their terms as Governors-at-Large.
County Governors serving the remainder of their two-year terms are:
Kristin Fields (Belknap County), James Cowles (Carroll County) Daniel Will (Hillsborough North County), Catherine Shanelaris (Hillsborough South), Sarah Lavoie (Strafford County).
Also serving the remainder of their three-year terms are Public Sector Governor, Christopher Marshall, and Out of State Governor, Danielle Vanderzanden.
Andrew Hamilton of McLane Middleton is the NHBA New Lawyer Delegate to the American Bar Association.