Westborough-based mortgage firm ClearPoint Funding Inc. hired SHARON BITZ and COREY MOORE as division managers. Bitz is vice president and division manager of the newly formed Western Pacific division. Moore is vice president and division manager of the central division, overseeing business in the Gulf states through the upper Midwest.
PHILIP GOTTLIEB was elected president of Clinton Hospital's medical staff. He is medical director of the hospital's geriatric medical psychiatry unit, and previously served as vice president of the medical staff. Gottlieb is a member of UMass Memorial Medical Group and earned his medical degree from New York Medical College.
Worcester-based Durable Technologies promoted MATT MARTIN to director of sales and marketing. Martin started with the company as a sales representative and rose to branch sales manager. A resident of Millbury, he is a graduate of Framingham State University.
COLETTE R. WHITBY was hired by Harrington Physician Services in Southbridge. She specializes in general surgery. Whitby earned her medical degree from Brown University in Providence.
Spencer Savings Bank promoted RANDAL WEBBER, LYNNE ESPOSITO and DOUGLAS SCHMELING. Webber, who was senior vice president and senior credit officer, was promoted to senior vice president and senior loan officer. Esposito was promoted to vice president of mortgage origination. She was the assistant vice president of lending. Schmeling was promoted to assistant vice president and credit officer from his previous position as a credit officer. Webber and Schmeling are from Auburn; Esposito is a Spencer resident.
DAVID FAYARD of Worcester has joined Long Subaru in Webster as a sales consultant. A resident of Worcester, he previously worked for Saturn.
TERRY HAMMERLE was hired by Mayfield Plastics in Sutton as a quality assurance manager. She is a veteran of the United States Navy, where she worked in nuclear quality assurance. Hammerle lives in Milford.
Worcester-based Seder & Chandler LLP hired attorneys HOWARD B. D'AMICO, ERIN M. CLAYWELL, MARTIN J. SAULEN and AYHAM BAHNASSI. D'Amico is a graduate of Boston College and earned his law degree from the University of Notre Dame in London. He lives in Douglas. Claywell is a graduate of George Washington University in Washington, D.C. A resident of Charlestown, she earned her law degree from Boston University. Saulen earned a bachelor's from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and a graduate degree from New England School of Law. He lives in Worcester. Bahnassi, of Shrewsbury, graduated from Brandeis University in Waltham. His law degree is from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dune Medical Devices of Framingham has named ROGER BLANCHETTE as senior vice president and chief financial officer. He was formerly executive vice president and CFO at Cadent, Inc.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute hired SHAWN BURDETTE, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry; LAUREEN ELGERT, assistant professor of social science and policy studies and environmental and sustainability studies; MOHAMED ELTABAKH, assistant computer science professor; MARION EMMERT, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry; BRENTON FABER, professor of writing and business; ARNE GERICKE, professor and head of the department of chemistry and biochemistry; KAREN HEBERT-MACCARO, associate dean and professor of practice in business; ANJANA JAIN, biomedical engineering assistant professor; SARAH OLSON, assistant mathematical sciences professor; ADRIENNE HALL PHILLIPS, assistant business professor; CRAIG SHUE, assistant computer science professor; CIRO STEFANO, professor and head of the military science department; WILLIAM STITT, professor of practice in business and Innovator's MBA executive director; ANDREW TRAPP, assistant business professor; QI WEN, assistant physics professor; and KEITH ZIZZA, professor of practice in interactive media and game development.
Concord law firm Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds promoted LAURENCE A. SHUMWAY to associate. He earned bachelor's degrees in both biochemistry and molecular biology and mathematics and statistics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst; a Ph.D from Harvard University in Cambridge; and a law degree from Boston College.
United Way of North Central Massachusetts elected new officers and directors. They are: STEVEN C. SHAREK, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School; ANTHONY CALI, I-C Federal Credit Union; WINFIELD S. BROWN, Heywood Hospital; LINDSEY AUBUCHON, W.E. Aubuchon; MICHAEL EMERY, Hannaford Supermarkets; DAVID A. GARRISON, Micron Products; and JULIE M. MEEHAN, Gardner CAC, ex-officio director. DAVID ROBINSON, a student at Fitchburg State University, was elected to a two-year term. Re-elected were: KEITH BOISSONEAU; BRUCE MAN; THOMAS HUGHES and MARTIN CONNORS. ROBERT F. CHAUVIN, SimplexGrinnell, was elected chairman; ROBERT V. ANTONUCCI of Fitchburg State University, vice chairman; DAVID BAER, SimplexGrinnell, campaign chairman; MATT W. JOHNSON, Fitchburg post office, community investment chairman; KEITH BOISSONEAU, Sterilite Corp., treasurer; DANIEL M. ASQUINO, Mount Wachusett Community College, assistant treasurer; JUSTIN GELINAS, Gelinas and Ward, clerk; and PHILIP M. GRZEWINSKI, United Way of North Central Massachusetts, president.
Keller Williams Realty named RAY TURCOTTE as market center team leader for its Foxborough/North Attleborough office. He was previously an associate with RE/MAX for several years.