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February 2, 2014

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The Eagle-Tribune

---- — LOWELL — Bringing over 35 years of commercial banking experience to her position as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Bank and Regional Manager of the Lawrence-Methuen-Andover region, Eileen Regan has joined the Enterprise Bank family. A seasoned community banker, Regan is a well-respected financial services professional who has continually achieved success throughout her career, coming to Enterprise from Sovereign Bank. Involved in numerous civic and community endeavors, she is a board member of the Greater Lawrence Revolving Loan Fund, and an advisory board member of Elder Services of Lawrence. Regan, a Methuen resident, has been honored at the Lawrence YWCA Tribute to Women and is a member of the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce.

HAVERHILL — Sherry Temple Pruyn recently joined Haverhill Bank as a mortgage originator. Pruyn is at the bank’s newest location in Salem, N.H., where she is responsible for assisting both commercial and residential customers in obtaining financing for their business or personal needs. Besides servicing existing bank customers, Pruyn focuses on expanding the bank’s lending base in the Salem, Atkinson and Methuen areas. Most recently, Pruyn was a commercial and residential loan officer at Eagle Bank in Everett. Prior to that, she was an assistant vice president with Northern Bank and Trust Company in Woburn. Pruyn is a certified finance instructor with ABC Real Estate Training School in Haverhill. She is also a past board member of Coastal Homebuyer Education Inc. in Newburyport.

MANCHESTER — The McLane Law Firm announces that Jeanmarie Papelian has been appointed to the Access to Collaboration Task Force of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP). Papelian is an experienced trial lawyer, certified collaborative practitioner and marital mediator. Her family law practice focuses on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) techniques to assist families with children in avoiding the trauma of litigation. She is the former Chair of the Board of the Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire, and a member of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council.

SALEM, N.H. — Simon Property Group Inc. announces that Kimberly Plourde has been named the new Assistant Director of Marketing & Business Development at the Mall at Rockingham Park. Most recently, Plourde was the Area Guest Services Manager at Copley Place and Mall at Chestnut Hill. In her role as Assistant Director of Marketing & Business Development, Plourde will be working closely with Emily Hoang, the Director of Marketing & Business Development, to learn and assist in the creation, development and implementation of overall strategic marketing direction and revenue generation strategies for the Mall at Rockingham Park. Plourde has been with Simon Property Group since 2007. She is familiar with the Mall at Rockingham Park as she previously held numerous retail positions at the property including Co-Manager of Bath and Body Works and Store Director at J.Crew, before working as Guest Services Manager for the mall. Plourde resides in Hooksett.

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