, Kingston, NH

June 14, 2012

People on the Move

Plaistow Dental has expanded. Dube Plus Construction of Hampstead worked with Dr. Holiman to design the new space as well as implement the changes that included seven operatories, sterilization center, waiting, reception and consultation areas. One final development in the expansion was the addition of Dr. Timothy Wieg to the staff. Plaistow Dental is located at 157 Main St., Plaistow, and can be contacted at 603-382-7100 or online at

Newton resident Kim Gordon was featured in the February 2012 edition of Reader's Digest, which selected her letter for its "React" section. Only fourteen letters were chosen for publication. Gordon wrote to the Reader's Digest editor in response to "Where Are Our Manners," a story on how there's no excuse to be rude and how to be nicer in the December/January issue. In the letter, Gordon reflects on the value of being raised with proper manners and just how outrageously people can act in public.

Jewett Construction Company, Inc. is celebrating forty years as one of the most highly respected, family-owned and -operated construction businesses in New Hampshire. Founded in 1972 by Ed and Arlene Jewett, the firm is now well into its second generation of family ownership under their son, Craig Jewett, who has expanded the firm to encompass three successful divisions - Jewett Construction Co., Inc., specializing in the building and renovation of retail, commercial and industrial facilities; Jewett Automotive Design & Construction, having completed more than 500,000 sf of new auto dealerships, additions and renovations; and Jewett Metal Buildings & Steel Erectors, providing professional pre-engineered metal building sales and installation, welding and miscellaneous metals work to clients throughout New England. Additional information about the firm is available at To learn more about its other divisions, visit or

Jones & Beach Engineers, Inc. in Stratham, obtained project approvals last summer for Tractor Supply, a 28,000 S.F. commercial facility on Route 125 in Brentwood. Wayne Morrill was the Project Manager for the site plan design. Jones & Beach is celebrating its 35th Anniversary providing land survey and civil engineering services to private and municipal clients. Jones & Beach Engineers is at 85 Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham. Call 603-772-4746.

Senior Financial Planner Robert Burns, of Baystate Financial Services, has recently earned New England Financial's Chairman's level of recognition - the highest level of honor bestowed to a select set of top producers, specifically those who exemplify the highest standards of personal integrity, professionalism, and customer service across the company. He can be reached at 149 Water Street, Exeter.

Hancock Associates of Danvers, MA announced that Greg Hochmuth of Newton, has been hired as the company's Environmental Manager and Sanitary Designer. Mr. Hochmuth is a Professional Wetland Scientist, Registered Sanitarian, and Soil Evaluator in MA and NH, with over thirteen years of experience. Mr. Hochmuth will oversee wetland and soils projects for Hancock's offices in Danvers, Marlborough, Chelmsford and Salem.

Registered Yoga Teacher and Nutritionist Alicia Rossman recently started her own business called Let's Get Movin'! LLC. She offers yoga classes for kids, adults and seniors, cooking and nutrition classes, and a summer camp at the Exeter Recreation Department. For more information on Rossman's yoga offerings visit her facebook page: Let's Get Movin' send her an email or visit her blog

Gastroenterology Professional Association (GPA), the largest independent GI practice in Northern New England, recently opened its third location, at 55 High Street in Hampton. The new Hampton location will also offer evening hours for the convenience of its patients. Gastroenterologists specialize in digestive disorders of the stomach and intestine. To schedule an appointment at the new Hampton Office, call (603) 758-1717. For more information, contact Lisa Jones at (603) 433-2488, or log on to:

The People's United Community Foundation, the philanthropic arm of People's United Bank, announced that it has awarded $46,500 to nonprofit organizations in New Hampshire during the first quarter of 2012. The organizations include: Families First of the Greater Seacoast ($3,000); Hannah Grimes Center ($7,500); Housing Partnership ($7,000); More than Wheels, Inc. ($7,000); New Generation, Inc. ($5,000); and Special Olympics New Hampshire, Inc. ($4,000).