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People in Business for Sunday, June 28, 2020

  • Joe Scearbo of Ledyard National Bank

  • Sharon Miller-Dombroski of Creative Solutions for Nonprofits

Published: 6/27/2020 9:29:25 PM
Modified: 6/27/2020 9:29:23 PM

Joe Scearbo has joined Ledyard National Bank’s commercial banking division as assistant vice president and commercial relationship manager.

Scearbo, a Windsor resident, moves over to Ledyard from Citizens Bank, where he was a business banking relationship manager focusing on Upper Valley clients.

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Sharon Miller-Dombroski has formed Creative Solutions for Nonprofits to advise and consult nonprofit organizations on grant writing proposals and fundraising.

Creative Solutions also provides board and staff development, strategic planning, coaching and mentoring.

Miller-Dombroski was formerly executive director of Green Mountain Children’s Center in White River Junction and previously director of early care and education at Kendal at Hanover.

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Steve Monette, CFO of PathWays of the River Valley, moves up from vice chair to chairman of the board of Claremont Savings Bank, succeeding Tom Connair, who is stepping down after four years.

Meanwhile, board member Heather Minkler, CEO of Clark-Mortenson Insurance, moves up to vice chair.

Additionally, Lebanon resident Sera Gray, vice president of business operations at Red River computer; Claremont resident Ben Nelson, owner of Claremont Spice & Dry Goods; and Claremont resident Elyse Crossman, executive director of the Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce, have been named corporators at the bank.

Echo Communications, a New London-based graphics communication, imaging and printing company, won two Pinnacle Awards and three Awards of Merit in the Awards of Excellence Competition presented the Printing Industries of New England at its annual Awards Gala.

The awards, which recognize the best in printing and graphic communications, this year were received via mail because of COVID-19.

Echo Communications is owned by Howard Hoke and also publishes The Kearsarge Shopper.

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