Bar News - November 13, 2009
Child and Family Services of New Hampshire Board of Trustees Chosen
The following NH Bar members were named to the various regional boards of trustees for Child and Family Services of New Hampshire.
Bradford Kuster, Concord - Brad has been involved with CFS since 1996 and has recently been appointed secretary of the Child and Family Services board of trustees. Brad is an attorney with his own private practice in Concord.
Marilyn Mahoney, Manchester - Marilyn has been on the Child and Family Services board since 1998 and has been appointed chair of the board of trustees for Child and Family Services. Marilyn is a partner at Harvey & Mahoney PA Law Offices in Manchester.
James Laboe, Northwood - Jim is an attorney with Orr & Reno in Concord. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a B.A. in English and Franklin Pierce Law Center with his J.D. Jim is on the board of advisors for SafetyXChange and was part of Greater Concord Leadership – class of 2007.
Gina Norris, Amherst - Gina is an attorney at Wiggin & Nourie, P.A. She earned her B.A. in business economics from Providence College and J.D. from Boston University School of Law. Gina is a member of the NH Bar Association, American Bar Association, Manchester Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association and was awarded the Dean’s Award for Professional Responsibility at the Boston University School of Law.
Patricia Frim, Rye - Patricia is self-employed as a lawyer and has earned her juris doctorate from the New England School of Law. Prior to that, she earned her undergraduate degree from Granite State College. Patricia is involved with the Quota International Club of Portsmouth and looks forward to bringing past fundraising experience to CFS.
Polly Hall, Exeter - Polly is employed as an attorney with Wiggin & Nourie, P.A. She earned her undergraduate degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and her juris doctor from the University of Denver - College of Law in Denver, CO. Polly is a part of the NH and ME Bar Associations and has board experience from working with the Community Child Care Center.