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March 13, 2013

Business Briefcase

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Danvers resident Stephen J. Daglio joined the Vermont Mutual Insurance Group in Montpelier, Vt., as the regional general adjuster covering New England and New York. Prior to his new role, Daglio served as the senior adjuster/general adjuster at Patrick J. Donovan Associates for 20 years. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.

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Salem resident Pamela Morin has been named the director of BAYADA Home Health Care’s newly opened office in Danvers. BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice and assistive care services to children, adults and seniors.

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Beverly native Liz Larrabee has published a revised Amazon Kindle edition of her memoir “Random Pieces: Vignettes From the Thirties” called “Tin Tub Saturday Night.”

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Salem resident Louise Swiniarski, director of Salem State University’s student teaching program in England and the Northeast Global Education Center at SSU, was named to the Early Education to Higher Education Advisory Group by Sherri Killins, the commissioner of early education and care. The advisory group offers input on improving early education for children from birth to age 8 throughout Massachusetts. Swiniarski was also the recipient of a CAYL 2013 Early Education Fellowship from the Community Advocates for Young Children Institute. As a CAYL fellow, Swiniarski will network with other early education CAYL fellows statewide to define goals and create strategies for working more effectively with young children and their families throughout Massachusetts.

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Peabody resident John Tuohy was the recipient of Isuzu Commercial Truck Sales’ Platinum Level Award. Ipswich resident Rick Lanza was awarded the Outstanding Service Award for his work as service manager. Both Tuohy and Lanza are employees of General Truck Center in Methuen.

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The following North Shore Community College employees have been selected to receive National Institute for Staff Organizational Development teaching excellence awards, which recognize community college faculty and professional staff members who have made outstanding contributions in higher education: John Koza, Beverly resident and NSCC’s coordinator of technical services/automated systems; Maggie LaBella, Salem resident and professor in the Developmental Disabilities Department; and Sheila Magesky, Peabody resident and clinical coordinator/assistant professor in the Animal Technology Department. The recipients were honored and presented with medallions at the annual NISOD conference held at the University of Texas.

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