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February 19, 2014

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Beth McNelis has been promoted to the role of resident life director at Brooksby Village in Peabody. McNelis joined Brooksby Village in 2007 as the director of philanthropy and was later named director of philanthropy and communications. She has a degree in Chinese studies from Denison University and is pursuing a master’s degree in health care management from UMass.

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Marblehead resident Suzanne Gruhl has been appointed to the Salem State Foundation’s governing board for a three-year term. The nonprofit foundation raises money to help Salem State University meet goals that cannot be funded in the regular budget. Gruhl was a partner at Salem-based Dinsmore, Gruhl & Co., after which she became a partner and director of nonprofit services at Parent, McLaughlin & Nangle in Boston. Gruhl has served as the chief financial officer at YWCA Boston and chief financial officer of Children’s Friend and Family Services.

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David A. Mills has joined Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster as counsel, where he will focus on case evaluation in appellate and trial litigation matters, as well as mediation and alternative dispute resolution. A former Danvers town moderator, Mills is a member of the Danvers Board of Selectmen. He is a graduate of Boston College and Boston College Law School and served as an associate justice on the Massachusetts Appellate Court for 11 years.

Milestones

Women on The Move, a moving business that specializes in residential and senior retirement moves, has been awarded the 2013 Best of Marblehead Award in the movers category by the Marblehead Award Program. The program identifies companies that have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category and that enhance the positive image of small business through services to their customers and community. Women on The Move provides packing, unpacking, relocation and home organization services.

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