WellesleyWeston Magazine

SPRING 2015

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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3 Meyer & Meyer, Inc. was featured on the cover of Period Homes Magazine showcas- ing the significant renovation of a Victorian-era home. The project, Upstate Manor, was previously featured in Architectural Digest. In addition, Historic Newton recently pre- sented the firm with a Newton Preservation Award for the renovation of the historic Admiral's House. Meyer & Meyer, Inc. offers comprehensive architec- tural and interior design services and their expert- ise ranges from authentic historical styles to inno- vative contemporary design. 3 Jesamondo Salon & Spa celebrated its new part- nerships, products, and service offerings on December 5. Additions include: Studio 28 cosmetic line by celebrity makeup artist Stacey Frasca; medical aesthetics by Boost Beauty & Wellness; hair solutions by Oribe and Goldwell; and Jan Marini Skincare, Reiki, massage, and makeup applications. Jesamondo maintains its dedication to excellence in service and salon experiences. Visit www.jesamon- do.com to schedule an appointment online or call 508.907.7171. See their ad on page 34. 3 Lyn Evans recently launched a new e-commerce website at www.lynevans.com. Customers can now shop Lyn Evans from anywhere, anytime and new merchandise is added weekly. As a proud supporter of The Herren Project, Lyn Evans hosted a fundrais- er in December. The evening was huge a success and more than $7,000 was raised for the cause. A special thank you to Roche Bros. Wellesley, SuSu's Bakery, and Juniper for providing delicious appetiz- ers and thanks to those who provided raffle items. Look for another event in the spring. 3 Deland, Gibson Insurance Associates, Inc. (DGI) a Massachusetts Insurance Agency, is pleased to announce that Bradway Widing has joined the firm as Vice President of Deland Gibson's Clean Energy Insurance practice group. Widing is based in the firm's Wellesley office. With a strong background in account management, property reinsurance, and captive development, Bradway brings over 25 years of energy industry expertise to DGI. To learn more about Deland Gibson and its new Clean Energy Insurance practice, visit www.delandgibson.com. 3 Wellesley Investment Partners, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wellesley Bank, announced the addition of Richard Sipley and Jeffrey Oberg to their expand- ing team. Sipley has joined the firm as Chief Investment Officer, and he most recently served as Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Boston Private Bank. Also joining the firm as Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer is Jeffrey Oberg, who most recently served as Managing Director and Member of the Global Markets Strategy Council at Windhaven Investment Management. 3 Georgette Swan of Georgette Swan Interiors is celebrating thirty years in Wellesley. Throughout the years, she has enjoyed many interesting assign- ments: a stately home in Toronto; a pied-à- terre in Paris; a dining room in Gibraltar; and a 45-foot sailboat destined for Halifax, Nova Scotia. Back at home, Georgette and her husband Stuart Swan of the Stuart Swan Furniture Company remain the neighborhood store on the corner and cherish the friendships they've made over the years. Visit them at 103 Central Street in Wellesley. See their ad on page 109. 3 For the fourth year in a row, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham (BID-Needham) has received the Get With The Guidelines ® -Stroke Gold-Plus Quality Achievement Award for implement- 26 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s p r i n g 2 0 1 5 recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses inbox Bradway Widing Dance Republic in Wellesley offers wedding dance lessons, group classes, social parties, fitness classes, and children's dance programs. Owner Olga Kinnard, a former Canadian Vice- Champion and recently a World Show-Dance Finalist, and her partner Ferenc Nemeth also offer great expertise in Latin/Ballroom danc- ing. Recently featured in WellesleyWeston Magazine, Dance Republic's 3000-square-foot dance floor, 18-foot-high ceilings, and vibrant skylights provide an elegant, welcoming ambiance. Come to a group class or schedule your free consultation at 781.237.1636 or www.thedancerepublic.com. John and Laura Meyer Dayle Solomont, Matthew Traiger, and Stacey Frasca Georgette Swan

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