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October 16, 2013

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Boxford resident Mary Rossi, a sales associate affiliated with the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Topsfield, was recognized as a leading sales associate nationally for the second quarter of 2013. Rossi was among the top 1,000 NRT sales associates who represent the top two percent of performers among NRT’s 42,000 sales associates across the country. NRT is the parent company of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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Philip Hayes has been named the executive director of the Journeys of Hope Board, which supports the Journeys of Hope Day Program’s mission to provide homeless and at-risk young adults from North Shore communities with stabilization of emergency needs, life skills programming, capacity building and the development of basic life skills needed for a more stable future. In the past 10 years, prior to joining the JOH Board, Hayes has served Easter Seals of Massachusetts, Action Inc. of Gloucester, and Bass River in Beverly. The Journeys of Hope Day Program is located in Salem.

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Alyssa Craigen has joined M. Lekkakos Salon, Spa & Boutique as a full-time master stylist and Goldwell colorist. The full-service salon is located in Wenham.

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North Shore Medical Center’s Department of Surgery has honored the following nurses on the NSMC Salem campus with the 2013 Department of Surgery Clinical Excellence and Professionalism Award: Lori Anketell, R.N., PACU Anesthesia; Caitlin Ciampa, R.N., Phippen 7 Patient Care Services; Gary P. Lambert, R.N., Main General Surgery Operating Room; Marian B. Cornejo-Suela, R.N., Davenport 7; and Bonnie A. Sweet, Main General Surgery Operating Room. The Surgery Clinical Excellence and Professionalism Award nursing recipients were nominated by the surgeons with whom they work. Nominations recognize surgeons and nurses who best exemplify professionalism and clinical excellence.

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Maureen O’Grady of Beverly celebrated her 10-year anniversary as an independent representative of Silpada Designs, sterling silver jewelry. As a silver manager, O’Grady develops her organization of leaders and representatives by mentoring them to grow their own personal businesses. She was recently awarded the Silpada Career Recruiter Award for achieving a career goal of more than 50 personal representatives.

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