Bar News - March 9, 2007
Lawyers in the Community
Cooper Elected Children’s Home President
Assistant Attorney General Katherine Cooper, of the AG’s Consumer Protection Bureau, has been elected president of the board of directors for the Chase Home for Children in Portsmouth, a residential treatment facility for adolescents. Cooper has been a NH Bar member since 1996.
Duprey Becomes United Way Chair
Susan V. Duprey of Devine Millimet & Branch, Manchester, was elected chair of the board of Heritage United Way, which serves the Greater Manchester area. She served on the board for four years prior to becoming chair. She has been a NH Bar member since 1977.
Ciotti Elected to General Contractors Board
Ronald Ciotti of Devine Millimet & Branch, Manchester, was elected to the board of directors of the Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire (AGC). The AGC is the largest construction-related organization in the country. Ciotti has been a NH Bar member since 1991.
Harwood Joins United Way Board
Bruce A. Harwood of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green, Manchester, was appointed to the Heritage United Way’s board of directors for a three-year term. Harwood has been a NH Bar member since 1988.
Kilibarda Joins “Dress for Success” Board
Holly J. Kilibarda of Devine Millimet & Branch, Manchester, was named to the board of directors of “Dress for Success” of New Hampshire, a not-for-profit organization that provides professional attire and career development support to disadvantaged women. She has been a NH Bar member since 2004.
Pearce Joins Granite State Independent Living Board
Robert A. Pearce of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Manchester, was named to the board of directors for Granite State Independent Living, a statewide non-profit that offers resources for people with disabilities. Pearce has been a NH Bar member since 2003.
Strasburg Elected to Women’s Business Center Board
Sari Ann Strasburg of Strasburg Law, Bedford, was elected vice chair of the board of directors of the Women’s Business Center in January 2007. She has been a NH Bar member since 1985.
Will Joins Advisory Board of Bishop Brady
Daniel E. Will, Devine Millimet & Branch, Manchester, was appointed to a three-year term on Bishop Brady High School’s advisory board. Bishop Brady is a Catholic coeducational regional high school located in Concord and serving students from Nashua to Franklin. Will has been a NH Bar member since 1996.
Lamond Elected to Board of Prescott Park Arts Festival
James F. Lamond, Portsmouth, with the firm of McDonald, Lamond & Canzoneri in Southborough, MA, has been elected president of the board of directors of the Prescott Park Arts Festival, a non-profit performing arts organization. Lamond has been a member of the NH Bar since 2006.
Doleac Speaks to Fire Chiefs Association
Charles B. Doleac, of Boynton,Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott in Portsmouth, NH, recently spoke at the professional development seminar on Ethical Standards for the Fire Chiefs Association of Massachusetts. Doleac has been a member of the NH Bar since 1972.