LACONIA — Cydney Shapleigh-Johnson, Senior Vice President – Wealth Management Services has announced that Thomas Galante has joined the Investment Services team at Bank of New Hampshire as a financial consultant.
Galante has more than 16 years of experience in the financial services industry. His expertise has concentrated in identifying and managing risk and assisting clients with their estate plans. He joins BNH with a broad knowledge of the markets and client relationship building. As a financial consultant, Galante uses his knowledge and experience to partner with individuals, families and businesses to manage portfolio risk while developing and monitoring financial plans in accordance with the client's objectives and goals.
Galante is a graduate of the University of Utah, where he earned a BS in Economics. He is active within his community supporting youth athletics throughout Southern NH and the Seacoast region in addition to supporting various local charitable organizations. He resides in Epping, with his wife Katelyn and their three girls.
His office is located at our Gilford Village location at One Country Club road and can be reached at 527-7266.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 11:14
MEREDITH — Bank of New Hampshire is proud to be the presenting sponsor of The Daniel Webster Council – Boy Scouts of America 22nd Annual Lakes Region Good Scout Award Luncheon.
The Good Scout Award Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, December 4 at The Carriage House at Church Landing in Meredith at noon. The Daniel Webster Council will honor Greg Goddard, General Manager for Gunstock Mountain Resort as Corporate Good Scout Honoree.
This year's Good Scout Luncheon will be chaired by Mark Primeau, President & CEO for Bank of New Hampshire. The fundraising goal of $60,000 from this event will benefit and enrich scouting throughout the Lakes Region. For those interested in helping to meet this goal, there are several sponsorship levels and tickets available.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 11:07
LACONIA — Belknap Independent Business Alliance (BIBA) announced today their Buy Local Advantage Card. This loyalty card provides consumers various discounts, promotions and special offers from a wide variety of locally owned businesses in the Lakes Region. Simply present the card to any of the participating businesses listed on BIBA's website, www.bibanh.org, and receive the current offer.
BIBA is also announcing a Shift Your Shopping Campaign to encourage shopping at local businesses rather than at national chains and hopes that it will become an annual tradition that strengthens the local economy.
BIBA says that thanks to the Bank of New Hampshire's generous donation it is able to kick of this campaign and provide consumers with the Buy Local Advantage Card. Craig McKeon, Bank of New Hampshire's Graphic Design & Media Specialist designed the card.
"Bank of New Hampshire is dedicated to the communities where we work and live," stated Vickie Routhier, SVP – Director of Marketing & Public Relations for Bank of New Hampshire. "Supporting organizations such as BIBA is what makes us more than a bank. We truly love New Hampshire."
BIBA is an affiliate of the American Independent Business Alliance, a non-profit organization helping communities sustain their local independent businesses and keep opportunities alive for local entrepreneurs.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 10:58
PLYMOUTH — Mid-State Health Center announced at its recent annual meeting that it has been approved as a Heath Center Program New Access Point (NAP) by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration.
The purpose of the Health Center Program New Access Point (NAP) funding is to improve the health of the Nation's underserved communities and vulnerable populations by increasing access to comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary health care services. The Health Center Program NAP funding is an important step in providing sustainability for Mid-State and its mission of providing sound primary care services to the community regardless of ability to pay.
Mid-State believes the investment will help to ensure that the region it serves will have affordable, high-quality health care for years to come. Sharon Beaty, Mid-State's CEO shared, "this funding to support our mission couldn't be more timely as we look toward bringing much needed oral health services as part of our new Bristol facility." Mid-State's new facility is being built at 100 Robie Road in Bristol and will replace their existing facility on Lake Street. It will be the new home for the Bristol health care team and offer primary care, behavioral health, dental health, pharmacy and laboratory services.
The Annual Meeting was held in conjunction with the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce After Hours event and offered the opportunity for Mid-State to share with the community many recognitions it received over the past year: 2012 Business of the Year awarded by Grafton County Economic Development Council; 2013 Rural Pacesetter Award – awarded by CEI Capital Management; named by NH Business Magazine as one of the top 100 women-led nonprofits; and Sharon Beaty CEO received the 2013 John W. True Award for Prevention Excellence awarded by the Communities for Prevention Excellence by CADY Coalition and the 2013 Business Excellence Award in Health Care awarded by New Hampshire Business Review.
Last Updated on Monday, 25 November 2013 10:52
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