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People in Business for Sunday, July 5, 2020

  • Susan Winchester at Ledyard National Bank

  • Cathy Moloney of Hanover Co-op

  • Khim Neang of Woodstock Inn & Resort

Published: 7/4/2020 9:38:51 PM
Modified: 7/4/2020 9:38:49 PM

Susan Winchester has joined Ledyard Financial Advisors, a division of Ledyard National Bank, as a senior financial advisor.

Winchester was previously vice president WEA Financial Advisors in Madison, Wis. She began her financial career at Great-West Retirement Service in Helena, Mont.

A Lebanon resident and Somersworth, N.H., native, Winchester specializes in advising senior clients during periods of market volatility, Ledyard said.

Trade publication Progressive Grocer has recognized Cathy Moloney, manager of the Hanover Co-op’s White River Junction store, as one of its Top Women in Grocery for 2020.

The citation, which recognizes women who “have strengthen(ed) the retail food industry at many levels,” follows the White River Junction Co-op store achieving 6.7% sales growth in 2019 — the biggest jump among the Co-op’s four stores — and Moloney’s store beating financial projections.

Moloney, of Hartland, has been manager of the Co-op’s White River Junction store since it opened in 2010.

She previously was the store manager at the P&C market at the same location before the Co-op moved in.

The Woodstock Inn & Resort has recruited veteran Connecticut spa industry and human resources manager Khim Neang as the new spa director to run the luxury resort’s 10,000-square-foot spa in Woodstock.

Neang joins the Woodstock Inn from the Heritage Hotel Golf, Spa and Conference Center in Southbury, Conn., where she was spa and health club director. She previously was spa and salon director at Green Tangerine Spa and Salon in Canton, Conn.

Neang also spent five years as the spa operations manager at the Mayflower Inn and Spa in Washington, Conn., and six years as a massage manager at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Mass., as well as two separate stints as a human resources consultant with Human Resources Consulting Group in Seymour, Conn.

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