WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2016-2017

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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intern, is now continuing as the practice's patient liaison. For more information about the team and services, visit www.aridnw.com or call 781.237.1190. 3 Wellesley Investment Partners, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wellesley Bank, announced that Charlie Willauer has been appoint- ed as senior man- aging director. In this role, Willauer will be responsible for driving the growth of the company's continued expansion in the New England area. Willauer brings more than 20 years of experience as a trusted, seasoned advisor to families, business owners, nonprofits, and institutions. Most recently he was a senior vice president and client advisor at Rockefeller & Company in Boston. Visit www.wellesleyinvestmentpartners.com. 3 The Wellesley Historical Society Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Frank Nemia as president. Nemia has been the treasurer of the society for the past several years. He plans to work with the staff and board to increase the Wellesley Historical Society's presence in the community. A resident of Wellesley, Nemia recently retired from Ernst & Young and is presently an adjunct professor at Boston College and managing partner of FrancisNemiaAdvisors LLC. 3 Pam Kubbins, owner of Pam's Pashminas & Exotic Scarves, is launching an artist-inspired col- lection based on her collaboration with the nationally known artist Carol Wallace (www. carolwallace.com). Kubbins has trans- posed Wallace's original "Wild Roses" watercolor onto gorgeous pieces of organic cotton and will be featuring this collection of wear- able art at the upcoming Wellesley Marketplace and on her website at www.pamspashminas.com. 3 Peter Holland of Riverstone Custom Builders (RCB), is enjoying the current phenomenon occurring in his spec homes turned custom builds. Nine of the last ten RCB homes have pre- sold allowing the buyers, architects, and design- ers to put their own spin on his craft. This has resulted in some new, bold design ideas and trends. For the latest photos, go to Instagram or Facebook, Riverstone Custom Builders. For more information, call 617.504.0943 or visit www.RiverstoneCustom.com. 3 Holiday shopping is in full swing at the Pine Straw shops. Mark your calendar for December 6 when Pine Straw hosts its second Chan Luu Pop-Up Shop. Pine Straw, located at 466 Washington Street in Wellesley and at 1625 Beacon Street in Waban, has the best collection of holiday gifts yet and, as always, the store offers complimentary gift wrap and will ship anywhere for a nominal fee. Pine Straw wishes everyone the best of holidays and a Happy New Year! Visit www.livegivepinestraw.com. 3 Amazing Face, located at 277 Linden Street, Suite 206 in Wellesley, has just added more hours. Celebrating 30 years in the medical field and working 36 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 6 / 2 0 1 7 inbox Frank Nemia Charlie Willauer Pam Kubbins

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