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April 3, 2013

Business Briefcase

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Sheryl Gould was named a sales associate at Bella Sera Bridal, a boutique in Danvers. Gould served as a sales person at Lorraine Roy Designer Collections for five years before it was acquired by Bella Sera. In her new role, Gould will assist customers at the boutique’s newly enhanced space, which now incorporates Lorraine Roy at Bella Sera Bridal.

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Danvers resident Amanda Sanford Smith has also joined the Bella Sera staff and will serve as the general manager. Prior to her new role, Smith served as manager of Lorraine Roy Designer Collections for eight years.

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Paul J. Maurer was named senior vice president for external relations at Gordon College in Wenham. Maurer will lead Gordon’s development team in its initiatives to grow philanthropic support and expand Gordon’s presence in government relations, both regionally and nationally. Prior to his new role, Maurer served as the 11th president for Sterling College from 2009 to 2012 and most recently served as interim vice president and dean at Tabor College for the school of adult and graduate studies. Maurer has served as the director of capital campaigns at Westmont College, senior vice president for institutional advancement at Trinity International University and president of the Trinity International Foundation. Maurer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati, where he also served as a co-captain of the men’s Division 1 soccer team. He graduated with a doctorate in political science from Claremont Graduate University and a master of divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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The National Grand Bank in Marblehead recognized the following employees for their years of service: Michael Bartholomew, 20 years; Kathy Attridge, 20 years; Debbie Centracchio, 10 years; Ann Toomey, 25 years; Tracey Trapp, 25 years; Marie Peterson, 20 years; Tom Callahan, 30 years; and Charles Ball, 40 years. The bank has provided full-service banking in Marblehead for 181 years.

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