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Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors welcomes 2014 leadership team

Friday, May 16, 2014

Theresa M. Grella of Amherst, a 29-year veteran of the real estate industry and a broker associate with Bean Group in Amherst, was recently installed as 2014 president of the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors.

The installation included Grella’s entire leadership team, which will be charged with meeting the needs of New Hampshire home buyers and sellers in 2014.

Grella has served as the organization’s vice president in 2013, director from 2011-12, grievance chairwoman from 2009-10, and represented the board at countless events in her community.

The installed officers for 2014 were Peter Schwartz of Bedford, vice president, Tom Van Horn of Amherst, treasurer, Maggie Kerkhoff of Hollis, secretary, Gail Athas of Manchester, immediate past president, and Angie Kopka of Nashua, lifetime ex-officio member.

The following individuals were also installed as 2014 directors: Robert Mongan of Manchester, Marypat Bilodeau of Manchester, Paul Sargeant of Hooksett, Steve White of Nottingham, Cynthia Coughlin of Merrimack, Effie Sorrentino of Manchester, and Janet White of Amherst.

Grella also appointed the following committee chairs, who will serve on the 2014 board of directors: Maxine Goodhue of Hooksett (RPAC/public policy), Michael Caouette of Bedford (budget and finance), Pamela Dorji of Bedford (communications), Charlotte Mohler of Nashua (community service), Mary Viens of Bedford (Education Committee), Kathy McCarthy of Raymond (membership/orientation), Kimberly LaFleur of Hudson (programs), and Karen Brown of Hollis (legal).

Additionally, GMNBR announced that the nonvoting directors for 2014 are Marla D’Agosta, of Auburn, and Bonnie Guevin, of Manchester.

For more information, contact the Greater Manchester/Nashua Board of Realtors in writing, or visit their office at 166 S. River Road, Bedford, NH 03110.

Or, visit www.gmnbr.org, call 668-1054 or fax 627-0936.

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