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October 23, 2013

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Marian Court College in Swampscott has announced three appointments. Greg Walsh has been named chairman of the liberal arts department; he earned his doctorate in American history from Boston College. Swampscott resident Thomas Halloran has been named dean of admissions; a former English professor at Marian Court, he earned his doctorate in English from Louisiana State University. He is a graduate of Swampscott High School, and is currently teaching English Composition I, a three-credit course at Beverly High School, as part of Marian Court’s dual-enrollment program.

Adam Stearn has joined Marian Court’s faculty as a professor in the criminal justice department; he has a doctorate in criminology and justice policy from Northeastern University.

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Seth Romans, a resident of Hamilton, has joined the North Shore United Way board of directors. Romans is the founder of SJR Equity. He has a bachelor’s degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., and earned his CPA qualification while part of the Assurance Group at KPMG.

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Elizabeth Fearon, a registered nurse, has been named the director of nursing at Essex Park Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Beverly. Most recently, Fearon was the director of nursing at Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation — Harborlights in Boston. In her new role, she will be responsible for clinical and managerial oversight of the 190-bed facility’s nursing staff.

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Daniel Marshall has been named the new manager of visitor services at The House of the Seven Gables in Salem. Marshall most recently served as the museum operations manager at Cracker Country Living History Museum in Tampa, Fla., and has also worked as managing interpreter for Gentry Households at Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. Marshall and his family have relocated to Salem.

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Peabody resident Tracy Valletti has been named community relations director for two Healthbridge Management facilitites, the Essex Park Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Beverly and Peabody Glen Health Care Center in Peabody. Valletti will be responsible for community outreach, provider relations and marketing.

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