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December 26, 2012

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David M. Ryder, president of Ryder Realty Inc. in Beverly, has earned the nationally recognized Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource certification from the National Association of Realtors. The certification allows Realtors to help sellers navigate the complexities of short sales and help buyers pursue short sale and foreclosure opportunities. To obtain certification, Realtors are required to take one core course and three webinars.

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Rebecca Plummer Rohloff was honored as the Higher Education Art Educator of the Year by the Massachusetts Art Education Association. The statewide award honors a higher-education art educator for extraordinary achievements and significant service to art students. Rohloff is an assistant art professor at Salem State University.

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Bradley Bass, a sales professional with Century 21 North Shore in Danvers, was inducted into the Master Sales Society, an international association composed of an elite group of sales professionals who have successfully accomplished the level of Master. Bass completed 42 days of training and took an oath to uphold the high standards and core values that the Master Sales Society demands. Less than 1 percent of all salespeople nationwide have earned the select designation.

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Marblehead residents Melanie Nathan and Caroline Lawler joined North Shore Physicians Group’s obstetric and gynecology practices in Danvers, Salem and Swampscott.

Dr. Nathan received her medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine and completed a residency at Tufts Medical Center.

Dr. Lawler graduated from University of Connecticut School of Medicine and completed her residency at University of Texas Health Sciences at San Antonio.

Both physicians are board-eligible in obstetrics and gynecology and deliver babies at the North Shore Medical Center Birthplace.

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Debra Devenne of People’s United Bank in Danvers and Robert Schneider of Lahey Clinic Medical Center North Shore in Peabody joined the YMCA Metro North Board of Directors. The YMCA consists of branches in Lynn, Peabody, Saugus and Melrose.

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