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February 12, 2014

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Katherine Bailey, a resident of North Andover, has been named a part-time exercise technician and front-desk specialist at the ProEx location in Middleton. ProEx is a physical therapist-owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine. Bailey has a bachelor’s degree in human services from Northeastern University. Prior to joining ProEx, she served as a practice assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and also worked for the AIDS Action Committee as an AIDS Walk and 5K Run coordinator.

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The following new members have been elected to the board of directors for HAWC, a domestic violence agency on the North Shore: president, Ray Carey of Marblehead; vice president, Linda Puopolo of Lynn; and directors Pamela Freeman of Lynn and Sonya Shaffaval of Danvers.

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Tim Collins, a Topsfield resident and president of Ipswich-based EBSCO Information Services, has been selected to succeed F. Dixon Brooke Jr. as president and CEO of EBSCO Industries, effective July 1 of this year. EBSCO Information Services is the largest division of EBSCO Industries, and Collins will be the fourth president in EBSCO’s 70-year history.

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Phillip P. Noto Jr. of Peabody has been promoted to the role of assistant vice president, commercial lending officer, at North Shore Bank based in Peabody. Noto joined the bank’s Retail Banking Division in 2001, after which he entered the management trainee program in 2006, and then became a credit analyst in 2008. He was promoted to commercial loan officer in 2011. Noto has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Salem State College and is a member of the Middleton Board of Trade.

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Capt. Jenifer Collins-Brown of the Topsfield Fire Department has received accreditation through the Massachusetts Fire Service Commission after having demonstrated the required fire service experience, education and certifications for accreditation. The Massachusetts Fire Service Commission is a gubernatorial appointed board that has established a process for uniform credentialing for the level of fire chief.

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