Bar News - November 9, 2007
Lawyers in the Community
|Sally Rule O'Brien
Sally O’Brien, Officer, NH Ball Bearings
Sally O’Brien, a New Hampshire attorney and NH Bar member since 1994, was recently named Secretary for New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. NHBB, Inc., a subsidiary of Minebea Co., Ltd., is a provider of custom-designed, precision bearings for commercial, military, medical/dental, aerospace, and computer markets.
Rolf Goodwin, Chair of United Way Committee
Rolf Goodwin, a director at McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association and a member of the Real Estate and Commercial Lending Departments, was recently re-elected to the board and executive committee of the United Way of Greater Nashua. Goodwin has been a NH Bar member since 1982.
Jonathan Frizzell, First Colebrook Bankcorp
Jonathan Frizzell, of Waystack & Frizzell Trial Lawyers, was recently appointed to the First Colebrook Bankcorp board of directors. First Colebrook Bankcorp is a New Hampshire-owned community bank with headquarters in Colebrook, New Hampshire. Frizzell has been a member of the NH Bar Association since 1996.
|Paul J. Durham
Paul J. Durham, Expert Panelist, Amoskeag Business Incubator
Paul J. Durham, an associate with Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green, has been selected as an expert panelist for a newly launched service developed by the Amoskeag Business Incubator. The service is designed to provide information in a fully interactive Web-based environment where the public can ask business-related questions. Durham has been a NH Bar member since 2005.
|Mary Ann Dempsey
Mary Ann Dempsey Receives DRI Award
Mary Ann Dempsey, a member in the regional law firm of Wiggin & Nourie, P.A., is the 2007 Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Outstanding State Representative Award recipient for her significant contributions toward promoting DRI membership within her state. Dempsey has been a member of the NH Bar since 1998 and will receive the award in Washington, DC on October 11.
Margaret Kerouac, NITA Advocate
McLane Litigation Attorney Margaret Kerouac has recently received the designation of NITA Advocate. The designation is issued by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy to attorneys that have completed a series of intensive NITA programs designed to maximize proficiency in trial advocacy. Kerouac has been a NH Bar member since 2000.
Hannah K. Sullivan, 2007 Leadership Greater Concord
Hannah K. Sullivan, an associate attorney with HinckleyAllenSnyder in Concord, NH has recently completed the 2007 Leadership Greater Concord Program. Leadership Greater Concord is a Chamber of Commerce sponsored program aimed at fostering civic pride and awareness and promotes the development of future community leaders. Sullivan has been a NH Bar member since 2006.
|Willard Martin, Jr.
Willard Martin, Jr., Citizen’s Leadership Award
Judge Willard Martin Jr., a justice at the Laconia District Court and Ossipee Family Court, was recently awarded the Citizen Leadership Award as part of the 20th anniversary event for the New Hampshire Children’s Trust Fund. Martin was recognized as “an unsung hero for working to improve the lives of children and families in his community.” Martin has been a member of the NH Bar since 1962.
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