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January 6, 2013

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The Whittier Pharmacist, Inc. will continue to provide full pharmacy services to its patients utilizing commercially available compounds when prescribed. The Whittier Pharmacist, Inc. has always maintained the highest standards of excellence in care in the pursuit of quality pharmacy services and was not found to have any safety, licensing or regulatory violations during this most recent inspection.

LOWELL — Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union announces that Kathleen Grieco, senior vice president and chief lending officer, retired on Dec. 31, after 20 years of service to the Credit Union.

Grieco joined Jeanne D’Arc Credit Union in 1992 as the assistant vice president of mortgage lending. Throughout her tenure, Grieco has overseen consumer and mortgage lending as well as collections. She has over 30 years of financial management experience in the banking industry. Grieco lives in Andover. She has three grown children and one grandchild.

NEWTON — Michael Badolato of Newton has been named Dean of Academic Technology at North Shore Community College (NSCC) in Danvers. In his new position, Badolato will oversee NSCC’s Distance Learning & Instructional Technology and Instructional Media & Production Services departments.

Prior to joining NSCC, Badolato held administrative positions at Middlesex Community College and Berklee College of Music and was an adjunct faculty member at the Boston University Graduate School of Education. He also served as a private consultant in the Internet industry for a variety of clients across the business, nonprofit and educational sectors.

Badolato serves as chair of the Massachusetts Colleges Online (MCO) statewide collaborative of online learning and academic technology administrative officers and is a member of the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), EDUCAUSE and NERCOMP.

LOWELL — Trinity EMS announces the promotion of Jon Kelley as the dispatch/communications manager. Kelley has been a member of the Trinity family for 16 years and has been servicing the EMS industry for nearly 20 years. He has been an EMT-B since 1994 and was hired as a full-time dispatcher for Trinity in 1996.

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