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June 18, 2014

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John Carroll has been named chief operating officer at East Boston Savings Bank, which has local branches in Danvers and Peabody. Carroll joined the bank in 2012 as chief information officer, and prior to that, he served as senior vice president of operations and technology at Danversbank.

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Dr. Alain Chaoui of Boxford has been elected to serve a one-year term as secretary-treasurer of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Chaoui was elected at the organization’s annual meeting last month. Board certified in family medicine, Chaoui is a primary care physician at Family Medicine North in Peabody, a practice he established in 2006. He served as chairman of the Family Practice Department of North Shore Medical Center, Union and Salem Hospitals from 1998 to 2013. He is currently president of the medical staff at those hospitals.

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Betsy Goldman Rooks, a resident of Marblehead, was sworn in as president of the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore in Marblehead, succeeding outgoing president John Smidt. Rooks’ grandfather, Charles Goldman, was the JCC’s first president in 1911, and her father, Martin Goldman, was president in 1974.

New board members were also sworn in at the meeting, including Bradley York of Marblehead, Brette Carter of Marblehead, Susan Syversen of Marblehead and Richard Polins of Swampscott. JCCNS Vice President John Gilberg received the President’s Award, and Joe Ossoff, a Beverly resident, was awarded the Samuel S. Stahl Community Service Award. Ossoff, a member for 40 years, has served as board president, treasurer and chairman of several committees.

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Ipswich High School Principal Daniel Dalton was honored last month by Jeffrey Elliott, president and CEO of The Virtual High School, for his 15 years of commitment to online learning and for helping expand educational opportunities for the school’s students.

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John Lydon has been named operations manager of Kaloutas Painting, a commercial painting company in Peabody. As part of the company’s management team, Lydon will assist with strategic planning and day-to-day operations.

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