, Kingston, NH

October 10, 2013

People on the Move: October 10, 2013

Carriage Towne News

---- — Lamprey Health Care’s Sandra Pardus has received the Bi-State Primary Care Association’s 2013 President’s Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to Bi-State’s mission of ensuring access to health care for vulnerable populations in New Hampshire and Vermont. In addition to her ongoing roles as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Information Officer for Lamprey Health Care, Ms. Pardus was appointed Interim Chief Executive Officer when Ann Hathaway Peters retired in May after 34 years of service.

“Mission Statement for Batterer Intervention Program Providers and Students: A Workbook on Education Lessons and Exercises for Men Enrolled in a Batterer Intervention Program,” a new book by Dr. Jennie DiBartolomeo, of East Hampstead, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. In her book, Dr. Jennie DiBartolomeo, as one of the most dedicated professionals in this field, helps the batterer to identify his abusive behaviors and provides the tools in which to face and battle his controlling thinking.

The following local residents have become independent consultants with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company featuring more than 60 delicious, easy-to-prepare foods: Jen Lipman of Epping ( and Teddy Collins of Plaistow ( For more information about Tastefully Simple products, taste-testing parties or starting your own Tastefully Simple business, visit

Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank recently announced its Charitable Foundation awarded a $7,500 grant to Families First Health & Support Center. These funds will go to support parent education programs at Families First, including parenting classes as well as hands-on education provided in a playgroup setting. Families First Health and Support Center, the community health center serving the Seacoast region, provides health care, dental care and family programs for all, regardless of ability to pay. For information, call 603-422-8208 or visit

Olbricht Storniolo Group LLC, CPAs and Business Advisors, ( of Hampstead, announce that Frank Storniolo, CPA, has earned the designation of CVA (Certified Valuation Analyst). The Certified Valuation Analyst is the premier accreditation for CPAs, uniquely qualifying them to provide business valuations as well as financial and litigation consulting services. Through their extensive training, combined with experience in tax, auditing and accounting for small businesses, and financial analysis, CVAs have an excellent background for dealing with the complexities involved in providing valuation services.

New Generation Inc. recently elected Julie Bailey to the position of Vice President of the Board of Directors. Julie Bailey MS, BSN, RN has been a resident of New Hampshire throughout her life. She currently resides in Hampton with her husband and three children. Located in Greenland, New Generation provides shelter, food, case management, parenting education, life-skills coaching, transportation, and aftercare services. To learn more visit their website,

Hampton Health, a Core Physicians’ family practice located at 879 Lafayette Road in Hampton, is pleased to welcome Cynthia Tolbert, MD. Dr. Tolbert is board certified in Family Practice and is now welcoming new patients. She enjoys providing health care to patients of all ages, with a focus on preventative health. To schedule an appointment, please call 603-929-1195.

Provident Bank is pleased to announce that Scott Beattie, former Hampton branch manager, has been selected as the branch manager/banking officer at their Exeter office, located at 95 Portsmouth Avenue. In addition to leading the sales and service effort growing the Exeter branch in his new role, Mr. Beattie will have the additional responsibility of supporting the Bedford and Nashua lending team.

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Newburyport, MA, has been recognized as one of the recipients of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2012 Environmental Leadership Awards. The awards annually acknowledge Service facilities and individuals for their outstanding leadership and commitment to the environment. For more information on their work and the people who make it happen, visit

Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 grant to Easter Seals NH’s statewide Workforce Development program. This vital program provides individuals with disabilities or special needs with the work readiness skills, on the job training, and ongoing assistance necessary to succeed in the workforce and beyond. To learn more about Easter Seals NH, visit