WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2012

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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inbox 3Brian Patton has joined the North Hill team as Dining Services Manager. Most recently, he was a mall manager for Simon Property Group at several Boston-area malls. He brings experience in hospi- tality, food and beverage, and management to North Hill, the next evolution in senior living. Patton has more than 15 years of management experi- ence in corporate catering sales and food service management, as well as fine dining and event management experience. 3Weston and Wellesley resi- Kathryn Richlen and Nikki McCay dents were recently recog- nized for their professional achievements at a special appre- ciation celebra- tion at the Museum of Fine Arts hosted by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England. More than 1,000 brokers, sales agents, and staff attended the celebration. 3Valerie Gates and Barry Friedman, the creative team at Gates Studios, have just completed new print and web branding design and photography for many local companies including Wellesley Books; the Wellesley Free Library; The Friends of the Wellesley Free Library; Bates Communications; Susan Treut of Pinnacle Residential Properties; Antilles Designs; and Siegrist, Cree, Alessandri and Strauss, CPAs. Visit www.gatestudio.com or call 781.235.3480 for your free branding and marketing consultation. 3Wellesley resident SueAnn Sheehan, Vice President of Salem Five Mortgage, has earned Chairman's Circle status as a top producer since 2009, with a combined closed volume of over 24 $295,000,000. Her forward thinking style helps make complex arrange- ments pleasurable, effortless, and cost-effective. In turn, customers enjoy Salem Five's exceptional serv- ices and conventional access to comprehensive financial services. Salem Five Mortgage is the largest servicer of mortgage loans head- quartered in New England. Call 781.235.1245 or e-mail sueann.sheehan@salemfive.com. 3Pam Dundon has joined Brookline Bank as Mortgage Specialist for the SueB.do is one of 60 business to be nominated for "Best Small Business" in Boston. SueB.do is a line of preppy, fresh clothing, jewelry, and accessories that represent The Cape and The Islands. Owner Sue B. Zimmerman is a successful entre- preneur, a keen direct-to-consumer sales person, a master net- worker, and a social media expert. Beginning in September, Zimmerman will be teaching social media to beginners, inter- mediates, and business owners at Pinnacle Real Estate. Metrowest region, including the towns of Wellesley and Weston. For over 20 years she has been providing clients with hands-on assistance from application through closing. She offers expert- ise with jumbo mortgages and refinancings as well as Brookline's full range of mortgage solutions. Pam will be working from Brookline Bank's new Wellesley Hills branch and can be reached at 781.235.4555 or e-mail her at pdundon@brkl.com. 3Mary Beth Grimm of Prudential Town and Country Real Estate, Wellesley, has been named to the prestigious Leading Edge Society for 2011 by Prudential Real Estate, a Brookfield Residential Property Services company. The award recognizes residential sales professionals who reached great sales thresh- olds in closed residential GCI for the year. Prior to winning this award, Mary Beth has been an award winner with Prudential consistently since 2001. 3Sarah Warren, daughter of Rusty and Susan Warren of Wellesley, has opened Somatic Movement Center in Watertown. Warren and co- owner Patrick Flanagan offer neuromuscular re- education that relieves chronic muscle and joint pain, alleviates many common musculoskeletal conditions, and improves posture and movement. For more information, please visit www.somatic- movementcenter.com. 3Tremont School, an independent private school for grades five through twelve located in Weston, announced that Bill Wilmot has been named Head of School. With this appointment, Bill becomes the founding Head for the new school, which opened its doors this past September. Tremont School pro- vides a truly connected learning experience in which its students can build the social, emotional, and academic skills necessary for life in the 21st century. For more information, please visit www.tremontschool.org. 3Tony Nuzzo, Chairman, President, and CEO of First Commons Bank and a Wellesley resident, just returned from BookExpo America (BEA) in New York City where he signed copies of his new, and now award-winning, book, The Business PACT. Nuzzo's book won the 2012 Pinnacle Book Irwin Zucker, Julie Nuzzo, and Tony Nuzzo WellesleyWeston Magazine | fall 2012

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