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inbox recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses 3Wellesley Bank and its subsidiary, Wellesley Investment Partners, announced the appointment of Wellesley resident William J. Cadigan as President of Wellesley Investment Partners, LLC (WIP). Cadigan brings 35 years of experience in invest- ment management to WIP. Prior to joining Wellesley Investment Partners, Cadigan was a Senior Vice President at Smith Barney, the Global Head of the Private Client Services group for Credit Suisse First Boston, and the founder of Cadigan Capital Management, LLC, managing investment portfolios for high net worth individuals. 3S+H Construction, Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts, one of the greater Boston area's premier residential renovation and custom home building companies, is pleased to announce a recently completed residential project in Cambridge received LEED-certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for achievement in green homebuilding and design. The company also recently received the 2012 Best of Boston Home Award, which is the fifth "Best of" honor for S+H. For more information, call 617.876.8386 or visit www.shconstruction.com. 3The Wellesley Cancer Prevention Project's annual award was presented to Eliane Markoff, a Wellesley resident who is the founder of Art in Giving. Artists donate 50 percent of the proceeds of their art sold through Art in Giving to a private foundation that dedicates itself to pediatric cancer research in collaboration with nationally respected scientists and the Rachel Molly Markoff Foundation (www.rachelmollymarkofffoundation.org) dedicated to helping families with childhood cancer. 3Ross-Simons Jewelers recently moved from the Atrium Mall to The Mall at Chestnut Hill. Ed Gelman, the store manager since 2005, looks forward to wel- coming customers new and old to the space. "The location is perfect, and the larger store allows us to better showcase our fine jewelry and watch collections." The store features an expansive watch boutique and offers designer jewelry from Charriol, Ritani, Simon G, Andrea Candela, TAG Heuer and Breitling. Visit www.ross-simons.com. 3Coldwell Banker Previews® International Property 33Westernacher & Partner Consulting Inc. has recently expanded their Wellesley offices at 8 Grove Street, taking over the entire second floor. Westernacher, a global management & IT consulting firm, preferred Wellesley over downtown locations as their US headquarters. Mr. Christian Wagner, CEO, explains, "Wellesley offers a pleasant, small-town environment, yet is close to Boston and the airport, and, with so many universities, has a great pool of well qualified prospective employees." 16 Specialists in Weston, Wellesley, and Boston's Back Bay represented either the seller or buyer in five of the top ten most expensive single-family home sales transactions, including the most expen- sive single-family residence sold in Greater Boston in 2011. Wellesley and Weston Sales Associates involved in these transactions were: Adele David and Donna Scott of the Wellesley office and Wendy Fox, Rosemary McCready, and Paige Yates of the Weston office. 3Brookline Bank celebrated the opening of its newest Wellesley branch located at 448 Washington Street – directly across from Whole Foods. Jane Wolchonok, a Wellesley resident and Brookline Bank Senior Vice President remarked, "This location will showcase Brookline's expertise in jumbo real estate lending, commercial banking, and our highly personalized level of banking serv- ice. It's a natural extension of our first Wellesley branch in Lower Falls." For more information, visit the branch or call 781.235.4555. 3West Newton Hearing Center will host a luncheon semi- nar on Thursday, June 14th from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm at Karoun's Restaurant in Newtonville, located at the corner of Washington and Walnut Streets. The speaker will be Dr. Melissa Pacey-Mahaffey who holds a doctorate in clinical audiology, and she will present information on hearing loss and new hearing aid technology. Lunch will be served following the seminar. For more information, visit www.newtonhearing.com or call 617.332.7244. Mahmud Jafri, CEO of Dover Rug & Home, announced the opening of Dover Squash & Fitness, located adjacent to the new Dover Rug & Home located at 721 Worcester Street (Route 9) in Natick. This state-of-the-art facility is also the new home of the Dover Squash Academy and will provide squash lessons, clinics, and summer camps for all levels of students, as well as host tournaments and exhibition matches for world ranked players. For more information, visit www.doversquash- fitness.com or call 857.389.0573. WellesleyWeston Magazine | summer 2012 ROGER PELISSIER L OUISE MILLER

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