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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Business people: Matthew Serge; Melissa Sheehan and Beverly Monagle; Christopher Foley; and Tracy S. Hatch

Matthew Serge

Matthew R. Serge of Upton & Hatfield, LLP in Concord, and a resident of Nashua, has been reappointed chair of the New Hampshire Bar Journal Advisory Board of the state Bar Association. The appointment was made by Jennifer Parent, 2011-12 president of the New Hampshire Bar Association. The appointment is for a one-year term.

Melissa Sheehan and Beverly Monagle

Two city residents have become independent consultants with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company:

Melissa Sheehan and Beverly Monagle, both of Nashua.

These independent business owners offer food samples at home taste-testing parties.

Christopher Foley

Officer Christopher Foley of Hudson has been named Employee of the Month for September 2011 by the Middlesex County (Mass.) sheriff’s office. Foley works at the House of Correction in Billerica, Mass. He was nominated by his peers because of his enthusiastic dedication to public safety and leadership on the tiers at the Middlesex sheriff’s office.

Tracy S. Hatch

Nashua Bank announces that Tracy S. Hatch of Nashua recently joined the bank as business development officer. A seasoned business professional with close ties to Greater Nashua, Hatch will be responsible for establishing new banking relationships in the community.

Hatch brings to The Nashua Bank a diverse background in the nonprofit, for-profit and government sectors. After serving as legislative liaison for three governors, Hatch spent two years on Capitol Hill with the House Committee on Education and Labor before returning to New Hampshire where she worked as director of development for several nonprofits and a high-tech computer programming company. She spent the past five years working for the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce as director of membership and sales.

Active in community affairs, Hatch is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Nashua and currently serves as a member of the board of The Huntington at Nashua. She previously served two terms on Nashua’s Board of Aldermen, as chairman of the New Hampshire Board of Education, and on the boards of the Adult Learning Center, Nashua’s Destination Downtown, Bishop Guertin High School and as president of the New Hampshire Flames AAU Girls Basketball League.