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Barbara Lemieux, 2016

Bourbeau, Gurney, Marsden, McGrail, Weden and Willey Named Corporators for New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp

New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp (NHMB) is pleased to announce its new Corporators who were recently confirmed by vote at the NHMB Annual Meeting: Michael Bourbeau of Bow, William Gurney of Candia, Toutou Marsden of Chichester, James McGrail of Hampton, Scott Weden of Plymouth and Leigh Willey of Center Harbor.

Corporators have many important roles that help ensure the success of New Hampshire Mutual Bancorp and its sister companies – Meredith Village Savings Bank, Merrimack County Savings Bank, NHTrust and Savings Bank of Walpole. A Corporators’ most important responsibility is the election of highly qualified people to act as members of NHMB’s Board of Trustees and act on any bylaw changes that come before them. In addition Corporators can act in part as community representatives to ensure that the organization is on track in regards to serving community needs and providing first-hand impressions of the quality of services.

Michael Bourbeau is VP of Information Systems at Northeast Delta Dental, and has over 25 years IT experience and is responsible for establishing and maintaining the corporation’s Information Systems Strategy and Cyber Security for Northeast Delta Dental and their two subsidiaries, csOne and PreViser. He has a Master of Business Administration degree from Southern NH University, a Bachelor of Computer Science Degree from Franklin Pierce College and an Associate’s Degree in Electronic Engineering from NH Technical Institute. He is on the Advisory Board for Technology and Curriculum at the University of New Hampshire and is a member of the State of NH Department of Information Technology Council as well as a member of the Spaulding Youth Academy and Family Services Board.

William (Bill) Gurney is the owner and founder of Gurney’s Automotive Repair. He knew from an early age his calling was “under the hood.” Many childhood photos and memories involve Bill and cars… from playing with them as a child to restoring and repairing them as an adult. Bill and his wife (Charlotte) founded Gurney’s Automotive Repair located in Nashua, NH in February of 1985. Gurney’s Automotive Repair has grown from two bays and two employees to 29 employees and two locations (Nashua and Milford).

Toutou Marsden was born in Vientiane, Laos. At the age of five, she immigrated to the US with her parents and eleven siblings. Over the years, Toutou’s family has owned and operated many restaurants in which she helped with food prep, waited tables and trained new staff. This is where she developed a love for foodservice and hospitality. Toutou and her husband, David, met while attending Plymouth State University and after graduating, moved to Boston where Toutou spent eighteen years working for a fortune 500 company. Later, they and their two children spent three years living on a boat traveling the East Coast, Caribbean, Central and South America. Toutou oversees the ‘back of house’ operations at Dell-Lea Weddings and Events including the waitstaff, marketing and outreach efforts, and relationship management.

Jim McGrail serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer of the University System of New Hampshire (USNH) since 2015. In this position, he is responsible for the strategic direction of human resources throughout the system which includes the University of New Hampshire, Plymouth State University, Keene State College, and the System Office. He and his team serve in an advisory and collaborative capacity to each of the institutions and the Board of Trustees. In his role, Jim also serves as a staff liaison to the USNH Board of Trustees on all HR matters and chair of the Human Resources Executive Council and System Human Resources Council. Jim has 35 successful years in human resources at large, diverse, global organizations both public and private and during his career has also managed over 50 acquisitions working cross-functionally to ensure proper due diligence, business continuity and effective integration. The last 20 years have been in senior human resources leadership roles leading and driving global, strategic initiatives.

Scott Weden has lived in Plymouth since 2004 with his wife Christine. Prior to that Scott, was a lifelong resident of Ashland. For 14 years Scott served as a Police Officer, Police Sergeant and Police Chief in the Town of Holderness. Scott also was a member of the Ashland Fire Department, and served as Chief of the Department from 2000-2004. Scott has served as a Select board member and Budget Committee member. In 1993, Scott pursued a Career in Risk and Health Management with New Hampshire Municipal Association-Property-Liability Trust and HealthTrust located in Concord, NH which provides Property Casualty, Municipal Consultation and Medical Coverages to Towns, Cities, Schools and County Government. During his 28 years, Scott served as the Risk, Health and Benefits Manager. Scott’s passion was making sure the members received quality service in obtaining training, consultation and a variety of Municipal Services. Currently Scott is the Town Manager and Emergency Management Director for the Town of Plymouth.

Leigh Wiley has 20 years of legal experience with a broad and varied legal background. She currently serves as New Hampshire Underwriting Counsel for CATIC, which provides professional services to its policy-issuing attorneys, insured lenders and home-buyers, and other members of the real estate community. Prior to joining CATIC, Ms. Willey was a founding member of Boutin Law, PLLC, where she focused on real estate closings, general litigation, corporate law, and related legal matters. She previously served as a senior associate in the Litigation Department at Devine, Millimet & Branch, PA. During law school, she served as a clerk for the Honorable Joseph P. Nadeau on the New Hampshire Supreme Court.

Recently retired NHMB Corporators include Martha Curtis, Jeanie Forrester, Mark Fraser, Ryan Hvizda, Ruth Jacobs, William Johnstone, Robert Miller, and David Wichland.

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