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LUDLOW — Pioneer Valley Financial Group (PVFG) recently appointed Kelly Haber and Karen Nogueira to partner.

Haber began her journey at PVFG in 2016 as director of Compliance. Armed with her FINRA series 7, 66, and 24 designations, she was quickly promoted to chief operating officer.

“I’m proud PV is creating an inclusive environment that not only promotes from within, but promotes women through hard work and dedication,” she said. “I am genuinely grateful for the opportunity and look forward to what the future brings for PV, our clients, and community.”

Nogueira started her career at PVFG in 2006 as a sales assistant. With strong dedication and loyalty to the client experience, she was promoted to director of Client Relations.

“It is an honor to stand alongside my colleagues and clients of 16 incredible years as I assume the role of partner,” she said. “PV is something special, and I am grateful to be a part of this ever-growing family and team.”

Since 2002, Pioneer Valley Financial Group has provided individuals and organizations with a comprehensive, relationship-focused approach to financial planning. This year, PVFG celebrates its 20-year anniversary and the exponential growth in size of both its clients and team.

“There is no ceiling at Pioneer Valley Financial,” said Edward Sokolowski, managing partner. “Both Kelly and Karen have distinguished themselves through their ability to inspire those around them, and their hard work and commitment to quality make them a natural fit for partnership at our firm.”

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LUDLOW — The novel coronavirus has sparked a public-health emergency that has required frontline workers like doctors and nurses, first responders, and pharmacists to work tirelessly to keep the public safe. With this in mind, Ludlow-based Pioneer Valley Financial Group and Mill’s Tavern & Grille formed a partnership to cook and deliver food to the frontline workers who need the community’s support the most.

Starting on April 10, each week, PV Financial donated $350 to Mill’s Tavern to help pay for the cost of food and delivery, while also relying upon donations from the community through a GoFundMe campaign that raised more than $2,280.

“This is my way of giving back to those frontline workers who are sacrificing and contributing so much to keep us safe during these tough times,” said Paul Marques, owner of Mill’s Tavern & Grille.

Donations to the GoFundMe campaign have allowed Mill’s Tavern and PV Financial to deliver more than 400 meals to hospitals, police and fire departments, and pharmacies all across Western Mass. These locations include the Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke, Baystate Mary Lane in Ware, and CVS Pharmacy in Ludlow.

“Delivering to local doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and National Guard members working diligently during these uncertain times means more than just providing free meals,” PV Financial Managing Partner Edward Sokolowski said. “It’s a show of support to members of our community fighting an unspeakable tragedy, putting themselves at risk to keep others safe.”