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People in Business: March 19, 2017

March 19,2017 10:18

Jennifer de Lyon Stralka, of Thetford, has joined the Concord-based law firm Rath, Young and Pignatelli P.C. as an associate. In her new position, Stralka will be assisting the firm in its business, environmental, energy and real estate practice groups ...


Jennifer de Lyon Stralka, of Thetford, has joined the Concord-based law firm Rath, Young and Pignatelli P.C. as an associate. In her new position, Stralka will be assisting the firm in its business, environmental, energy and real estate practice groups. Prior to joining the law firm, Stralka worked at Dartmouth College and was responsible for negotiating and drafting vendor contracts. She also assisted the college’s Division of Computing Services on technical matters. Stralka earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental policy, institutions, and behavior from Rutgers University’s School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and her law degree from Vermont Law School. She is licensed to practice law in New Hampshire, New Jersey, Missouri and Illinois. Theodore Letcher, of Lebanon, has joined the Terrestrial and Cryospheric Sciences Branch of the Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Letcher, a research physical scientist, earned a bachelor’s degree in meteorology from the State University of New York at Oswego, a master’s degree in atmospheric science from Colorado State University and a doctorate in atmospheric science from the University of Albany.Doren C. Hall has been hired as manager for the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society’s Lebanon store in Centerra Marketplace. Hall is relocating to the Upper Valley from Asheville, N.C., where he oversaw the operations of 10 stores in three states for the Earth Fare grocery chain. Hall earlier served as a store manager with Price Chopper Supermarkets/Market 32, as director of operations for My Organic Market and as store director and training coordinator with Wild Oats Markets in Florida.Brett Smith, of Post Mills, has been appointed president and CEO of Springfield, Vt.-based One Credit Union, succeeding Jerry Cross, who retired following 32 years of service. Smith served as One Credit Union’s chief financial officer for three years and oversaw compliance and property management functions. He has more than 19 years of experience in retail financial services, having worked at Ledyard National Bank and Lake Sunapee Savings Bank prior to joining the credit union. He studied at Andover College in Maine, Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire and New England College of Business in Massachusetts. One Credit Union was established in 2010 with the merger of United Community Credit Union, Champlain Valley Credit Union and Bryant Credit Union. It serves residents of seven counties in Vermont, including Windsor and Orange, and Sullivan County in New Hampshire.The Sunday Valley News recognizes the achievements of members of the local business community in the Business & Money section. Submissions may be sent by email to: biznotes@vnews.com (high-resolution photographs may be attached in .jpg format), or by mail to: People in Business, c/o Sunday Valley News, P.O. Box 877, White River Junction, Vt. 05001. (Photographs cannot be returned unless accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope.) All items are subject to editing for clarity or space. 

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