Teresa Godsell has joined Rutland Regional ENT & Audiology.
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Doctorate of Audiology program, Godsell was completing her audiology fellowship at the Center for Hearing and Communication in New York City. Although her experience is primarily with adults, Godsell plans to gain more experience and training in the treatment of infants and children. “In the short time I have been practicing here, I have found the patients to be very friendly and truly vested in improving their condition,” Godsell said. “I look forward to expanding my knowledge by increasing my experience treating infants, and young children.”
AllEarth Renewables has hired Jack Nichol as electronics technician and George Shelley as programmer.
Both Nichol and Shelley come to AllEarth with extensive experience in their technical fields.
Nichol, of Burlington, is a former U.S. Marine. He served as an avionics technician during two tours of duty in Iraq. He comes to AllEarth from UTC Aerospace Systems, where he maintained radio, navigation and display systems for aircrafts and also instrumentation for commercial and military applications.
Shelley, also of Burlington, comes to AllEarth from AllScripts of South Burlington, where he worked as a software engineer for electronic health care records. Prior to that, he was a software engineer with IBM in Essex. He is a graduate of Norwich University.
Vermont Heating & Ventilating Co. has hired Bill Fyfe, formerly with Hallam-ICS. Fyfe is a registered professional engineer. He has years of design experience in the mechanical trades, including commissioning and facility energy management.
Mary Parent has been elected president of the St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce. Parent is an attorney with the firm of Downs Rachlin Martin. She succeeds Jeff Moore, owner of Quest Transportation.
Parent is a senior associate at the law firm working in both the firm’s St. Johnsbury and Lebanon, N.H., offices. She represents business clients in corporate and commercial transactions, business formation and operation, private equity transactions, commercial real estate transactions, commercial financing and mergers and acquisitions in both states.
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