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March 27, 2013

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Joseph M. Nowicki has been appointed to the role of executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Beacon Roofing Supply, a distributor of roofing materials and complementary building products. Nowicki will oversee finance, information technology and investor relations and will be located in the Herndon, Va., office. Beacon Roofing Supply has a branch in Peabody.

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Swampscott resident Mason Sagan, 13, has launched a greeting card company featuring his own photography. Mason’s cards are on sale at the JCC of the North Shore in Marblehead, and a percentage of sale proceeds will be donated to the JCC’s scholarships. Mason is a student at Swampscott Middle School.

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For the fifth consecutive year, Marblehead resident Pamela M. Nottingham, the managing director of investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, was selected as the Premier Advisor in the firm’s Premier Advisors Program. The distinction recognizes Nottingham’s professional success in meeting or exceeding Wells Fargo Advisors’ high standards as measured by one or more of the firm’s criteria for revenue generation, educational attainment and client-service best practices. Nottingham has been a financial adviser with Wells Fargo Advisors for 22 years. She holds a master’s in business from Salem State University and is a member of the Marblehead Harbor Rotary Club.

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Salem resident Jenny May and Middleton resident Anne LeBlanc-Snyder joined J. Barrett & Company as real estate agents in the firm’s Beverly Farms office. May has worked as a real estate professional since 2002. LeBlanc-Snyder is a certified stager and, prior to her career in real estate, was a licensed inspector of construction. LeBlanc-Snyder also serves on the Middleton Historical Commission.

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Marcie Gingle of Sagan Realtors in Swampscott has successfully completed the Loss Mitigation Certification Course of the Massachusetts Association of Realtors. The one-day course explores the tools that Realtors need when dealing with short sales on both the buying and listing side; the process, ethics, laws, contracts and credit issues involved; and how to best approach lenders. Gingle has been an agent at Sagan Realtors for eight years.

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