February 6, 2012 | last updated April 19, 2012 1:57 pm

Movers & Shakers

Atrius Health, an alliance of medical groups, named ROBERT YOOD and MARK STOKER of Reliant Medical Group of Worcester to its board of trustees. Yood is chief of rheumatology at Reliant and medical director of the research department. He is chief of the division of rheumatic disease and musculoskeletal medicine at Saint Vincent Hospital and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, both in Worcester. Yood is a graduate of Yale University in New Haven, Conn., and has a medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University in Portland. Stoker is director of the surgical residency program at Saint Vincent and an assistant professor of surgery at UMass Medical School. He earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University.

Framingham-based CMR Group Inc. named DON CASSANO its CEO and president. Cassano was previously a consultant for RMX Corp. in Boston. He is a graduate of Bentley University in Waltham.

Framingham-based MetroWest Commercial Real Estate hired MARK ROSEN as a broker. He has more than 30 years of experience in commercial real estate, previously working for Phoenix Commercial Real Estate in Framingham. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, he is a resident of Southborough.

Worcester-based Spectrum Health Systems Inc. hired CHRISTOPHER PETROZZI and promoted PETER PAOLANTONIO. Petrozzi is the nonprofit's new executive vice president of correctional services. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Paolantonio was promoted from executive vice president of clinical services to chief clinical officer. He resides in Atkinson, N.H.

J. TIMOTHY SMITH was named chief financial officer and treasurer of Fitchburg-based Workers' Credit Union. He earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and an MBA in finance at the University of Houston. Smith lives in Franklin.

Sutton-based Interstate Specialty Products hired ABIGAIL NESBITT as business development manager. She previously worked for ARRK Product Development Group as Northeast business development manager. Nesbitt has a bachelor's degree in industrial design from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N.Y.

Clinton-based Radius Product Development named ANTHONY ANNIBALE managing director of the company's Chicago studio. Prior to joining Radius, Annibale co-founded Arrisphere, an engineering and design firm.

Hudson-based business technology firm Bryley Systems Inc. hired TERRY TENGLER and named ROY PACITTO outside sales executive. Tengler will serve as a technical services manager. He previously worked for the DMX Northeast office. Pacitto previously served as the firm's technical services manager.

PETER J. OSTROSKEY was appointed deputy state fire marshal at the state Department of Fire Services. He was most recently fire chief in Uxbridge. Prior to that post, Ostroskey was deputy director of the State 911 Department.

The Worcester Sharks promoted KRISTEN MOORE to marketing coordinator and hired JESS HIGHAM as administrative and events coordinator and BRETT SAWIN as community development coordinator. Moore is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire. Higham and Sawin previously worked as sales representatives for the group. Higham has a bachelor's degree from Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I. Sawin earned a bachelor's in sports management from UMass in Amherst.

Worcester-based Ruff Dawg, a rubber dog toy company, hired JERRY MOFFETT as national sales manager.

Worcester Comprehensive Education & Care Inc. named JOFFREY SMITH to its board of directors. He is the owner and a financial advisor for Joffrey Smith Financial Group in Worcester. He lives in Worcester.

Westborough-based Conservation Services Group hired ERIC ROBERTS as vice president of customer contact center services. Most recently, Roberts was group vice president of North American call center operations for Affinion Group of Stamford, Conn. He has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Georgia College in Milledgeville, Ga., and is a resident of New Albany, Ohio.

Nativity School of Worcester board of trustees named J. CHRISTOPHER COLLINS as its new chair. Collins has been vice chair and member of the board since 2010. He is general counsel and senior vice president of Unum-US. Collins resides in Sterling.

O'Brien Commercial Properties Inc. of Marlborough promoted PAUL V. MULROY to vice president. He previously worked as a senior associate for the firm. Murphy graduated from Gordon College in Wenham with a degree in business administration.

Framingham State University hired ERIC P. GUSTAFSON as executive director of development and alumni relations. He previously served as director of advancement at Anna Maria College in Paxton. He has a bachelor's in political science from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio; a master's in political science from University of Massachusetts in Amherst; and a master's in criminal justice from Anna Maria College.

The Wachusett Dirt Dawgs of Leominster appointed MATTHEW BERTHIAUME as manager of marketing and events. He lives in Nashua, N.H.

Sovereign Bank, with branches in Worcester, hired TOM MCGREGOR as a senior vice president and regional office executive for the Worcester market. Prior to joining Sovereign, McGregor served as the senior vice president-senior client manager at Bank of America-Merrill Lynch Global Commercial Banking. He has a bachelor's degree in finance from Boston College. McGregor lives in Shrewsbury.

Millbury Health Care Center appointed DAVID DEGRAND director of sub-acute and short-term rehabilitation programs. DeGrand, who specializes in internal medicine, works with the UMass Memorial Medical Group Division of Geriatrics in Worcester. He previously worked at Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital and Whittier Rehabilitation Hospitals.

Clinton Savings Bank promoted six employees. MAJLINDA HAXHIAJ was promoted to vice president and branch administrative manager. DEBRA MINOR, who has been with the bank since 2007, was promoted to vice president and credit manager. LINNEA MILEY was promoted to credit analyst. HOLLY CONNORS was promoted to vice president of operations/contact center. ELIZABETH HENRY, with the bank since 2008, was promoted to compliance manager and officer. JAMIE CORTES was promoted to business analyst and will work with the bank's information technology team.


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