USNH trustees tap Greenland woman as new chair
Pamela Diamantis, a resident of Greenland and principal at Curbstone Financial Management in Manchester, was elected chair after serving a year as vice-chair.
Blake is a retired marketing executive for several multi-national corporations, while Ardinger is an attorney who serves as treasurer and shareholder at Rath, Young and Pignatelli in Concord.
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