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inbox recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses 3 Karin Robison, account manager with NatureWorks Landscape Services, has been designated as a Massachusetts Certified Landscape Professional by the Massachusetts Association of Landscape Professionals. Karin also holds designations as a certified horticulturist, a master gardener, and a rain garden specialist. NatureWorks provides year-round landscape management, fine gardening, arboriculture, and construction services for homeowners in Wellesley, Weston, and surrounding towns. 3 Mortgage Network, Inc. announced that Pamela Steele Parker (NMLS #114462) has joined the company as a senior loan officer in its Wellesley office and will be responsible for serving customers in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. Parker brings 15 years of mortgage banking experience with a per- sonalized approach to each client, along with extensive knowledge of loan programs. Parker says, "I am especially excited about Mortgage Network's wide assortment of mortgage options, including jumbo portfolio products." Visit www.pamelasteeleparker.com. 3 Wellesley estate planning attorney Richard Feigenbaum has been named a Super Lawyer © for 2016. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding attorneys from more than 70 practice fields who have attained a high degree of peer recog- nition and professional achievement. Attorney Feigenbaum focuses his practice of law on estate planning and trust law. For more information, visit www.elderlaw.com. 3 Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. Real Estate recently announced the winners of the company's annual B.O.L.D. (Building Our Legacy Daily) awards. The awards are given out each year to the company's top sales producers. This year's recipients included asso- ciates from the company's Wellesley, Weston, and Needham offices: Traci Shulkin, Donahue Maley Team, Tanya Tanimoto, Noah and Lisa Pearlstein, Jared Wilk, Jared Parker, Jane Wemyss, Barbara Miller, Burns and Karpowicz Team, Jessica Allain, Theresa David, Leslye Fligor, Elise Siebert, Wyndham Flaherty, and Mary Wilson. 3 The MacDowell Company, a Weston-based landscape architecture and construction company, has received the Best of Houzz for Service Award for 2017. Beyond MacDowell's ability to deliver excep- tional design and construction services, this award recognizes its dedication to providing an outstand- ing project experience for its clients. Please visit TheMacDowellCompany.com or call 781.899.9393. For information on the Houzz award and to view some of The MacDowell Company's projects, please visit Houzz.com/Pro/MacDowell. 3 Laurie Gorelick, the principal designer of Laurie Gorelick Interiors, a full-service interior design Jeff Plant, Bruce S. MacDowell, Jr., and Erick Swenson Pamela Steele Parker Karin Robison Richard Feigenbaum Dan Hanlon is celebrating 20 years as camp director of the Meadowbrook Day Camp. Dan is a teacher at Lowell High School, and he coaches and is PTO presi- dent of Saint Bernard's School. Dan is also a lead accreditation visitor for the American Camp Association. The Hanlon children, Alexandra, Victoria, and Daniel, have all grown up at camp. Alex is an assistant counselor, Tory is a counselor in training (CIT), and Danny will be a CIT in 2017. Dan Hanlon and family E R I C B A R R Y P H O T O G R A P H Y B.O.L.D. award winners 28 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 7

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