People in Business: Sept. 29, 2013

Sharon McMonagle, of Enfield, has joined the clinical staff at Cioffredi & Associates in Lebanon. McMonagle received her doctorate in physical therapy from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis in May. She was a student coordinator for Washington University’s “On the Move” program, which focused on achieving healthy weight loss for significantly overweight individuals. McMonagle earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and environmental policy from Colby College, where she participated in varsity swimming and crew and received all-academic honors for both sports.

Leslee Swett, of Springfield, N.H., joined Sugar River Bank this month in the New London branch as a mortgage loan officer. Swett has more than 20 years of loan-related experience and attended the New England School of Banking, with continuing education at University of New Hampshire, Lebanon College and the American Institute of Banking. She is a member of the Sunapee Region Board of Realtors, and has served on the boards of the Children’s Center of the Upper Valley and the Upper Valley Credit Union.

Terry Allen, of Windsor, is a new loan officer for Wells River Savings Bank in the bank’s East Thetford office. Allen, who has more than 35 years of lending experience, primarily in the Windsor area, will be working in commercial and mortgage lending.

Mario Martinez, of Enfield, has joined Retail Control Systems as the project manager of the planet fitness department. Martinez earned his undergraduate degree in industrial engineering in the Dominican Republic and his master’s degree in engineering management from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College. He has experience in business improvement projects in the health industry and at the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic.

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