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Nashua PAL project on track for May completion … and more
L To R Corey Dahriz Tristan Colwell

Dahriz Colwell, center – shown with her husband Corey Colwell (at left), Seacoast division manager for TFMoran, and her son Tristan – has been busy at her sewing machine creating masks donated to help keep people safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. She has created over 350 masks in 40 assorted colors and patterns since early March. She has given the masks to TFMoran staffers in Portsmouth and Bedford and to others. The masks are free, but she has asked people to donate to her GoFundMe page, “Help the Hunger,” to help families in her home village in the Philippines that are struggling during the pandemic. For more information on the masks, email her at indaydahriz86@gmail.com.

For the 10th consecutive year, St. Mary’s Bank was recently named a 2019 top 10 outstanding lender by the New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority for its success in helping homebuyers obtain affordable financing. The Mortgage Center at St. Mary’s Bank participates in New Hampshire Housing’s Preferred Home Lending, Home Flex and Home Flex Plus Programs, which make homeownership possible for low- to moderate-income households.

St. Mary’s also recently made a $10,000 donation to Building on Hope’s new renovation project – the Nashua Police Athletic League’s to Youth Safe Haven building on Ash Street. The renovation includes exterior improvements and solar panel installation as well as interior renovations to include educational resources, safety features and ADA accessibility. The $1 million Youth Safe Haven project is slated for completion in May.

John “Jack” McTigue, a civil project engineer at TFMoran Inc., recently received his Professional Engineer license in the state of Maine. McTigue, also a licensed PE in the New Hampshire and a certified professional in erosion and sediment control (CPESC), has over 25 years of experience in the civil engineering field.

Project25, a multi-phase construction project at the Wright Museum of World War II in Wolfeboro, is on track and will be “mostly finished” by May 1, said Executive Director Mike Culver. The Milestone Construction project will initially enhance the museum’s education center and exhibit and archival spaces. As additional funds are raised, the project will include a motor pool of vintage World War II vehicles and a storage and maintenance facility where Wright military vehicle personnel can work on them.

Marc Meunier has been named regional vice president of Richmond, Va.-based Capital Square’s Northeast territory, providing sales and marketing support for broker-dealers, registered representatives and registered investment advisors in New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut and Maine. Capital Square is an investment sponsor specializing in tax-advantaged real estate offerings.

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