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Mary Lynne Rahlson

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Rob Prunier

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Published: 10-28-2023 3:00 PM

Mary Lynne Rahlson, Senior Vice President, Senior Retail Banking Officer for Merrimack County Savings Bank (The Merrimack) announces her retirement effective November 17th. Her retirement wraps up an impressive 43-year career in banking – 22 of those years serving The Merrimack.

Concord Hospital Trust’s 18th annual Pedaling for Payson event at Elm Brook Park in Hopkinton, on September 9, resulted in 279 cyclists participating, and over $200,000 raised to support the Nurse Navigator Program at Concord Hospital’s Payson Center for Cancer Care.

Rob Prunier, Executive Vice President and Co-Owner of Harvey Construction, Inc., has been named as the recipient of the Twenty-Seventh Annual New Hampshire Construction Industry Ethics Award. The award honors the “individual, business or organization that, through words and deeds, best demonstrates a commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in construction.”

Concord Hospital’s Moonlight Gala, held on Sept. 21, at the Barn at Bull Meadow in Concord, raised funds to support the purchase of a new linear accelerator (LINAC) for the Payson Center for Cancer Care. 120 people attended the event, raising $170,000, of which $50,000 was committed as a challenge gift by the Foss Family Foundation and J. Daniel Davison.

Company C, the award-winning New Hampshire-based design and manufacturing company, became certified in August for Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) and Global Recycling Standard (GRS).

Canterbury Shaker Village has been led by Executive Director, Leslie Nolan, for nearly 4 years, who announced recently that she will be stepping away from her position with the Village in May 2024.

Granite VNA announces James Manahan as its Chief Financial Officer. In this role, Manahan will provide leadership and oversight of all financial business operations and financial policies, and will contribute to strategic planning and initiatives as a member of the agency’s senior leadership team. Manahan will also lead and oversee the agency’s finances, including both payroll and the overall revenue cycle.

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