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February 4, 2014

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Doolin named to bank board

Patrick Thorpe, president and chief executive officer of BankGloucester, has announced that Dennis Doolin has become a member of the Board of Directors of BankGloucester.

“I am happy that Dennis is joining the board,” said Thorpe in a statement. “He has been a valuable part of the management team at BankGloucester for 13 years. This appointment is well deserved!”

Doolin, who is vice president and treasurer at BankGloucester, has worked in the financial industry for more than 30 years. Prior to joining BankGloucester in 2001, he worked for Winter Hill Federal Savings Bank in Somerville, as vice president and controller.

Doolin is an active member and past president of the Boston chapter of the Financial Managers Society.

A resident of Reading, he and his wife Sue have three children.

Women on The Move honored

Women on The Move LLC, a North Shore and Greater Boston moving company, has been selected for the 2013 Best of Marblehead Award in the Movers category by the Marblehead Award Program.

Specializing in both residential and senior retirement moves, Women on The Move coordinates all aspects of a move from start to finish leaving a person free to focus on family, work and the other important aspects of life. Their professionally trained packers, the majority of whom are women, will arrive at the home, supplies in hand to pack the entire home, or just the rooms, all in just a few hours to a few days depending upon the size of the job. Unpacking to Women on The Move means a complete settle-in service. BVeds are made, the kitchen is set up, clothes are put away, all belongings are put in their rightful place and the boxes are taken away. All of employees are insured and bonded.

Free estimates for their services are provided by contacting the office at 781-631-7588 or at www.womenonthemovellc.com.

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