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Beth Zapatka

Beth Zapatka

Springfield College announced that Beth Zapatka has been hired as the new vice president for Institutional Advancement, following a national and competitive search. Zapatka comes to Springfield College from Yale University, where she served as associate dean for Development and Alumni Affairs for the Yale School of Nursing. She will join the President’s Leadership Team on July 1 and oversee all institutional-advancement efforts, including the departments of Advancement Services, Alumni Relations, and Development. In a nine-year career at Yale, Zapatka held numerous roles that created a well-rounded set of experiences in institutional advancement that are directly transferable to Springfield College. In her most recent role in the School of Nursing, her accomplishments include securing significant new resources — nearly tripling contributions to the school — overseeing a rebranding campaign, building university-wide collaborations, broadening the use of social-media platforms, and reinvigorating the alumni and advisory boards.

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Slandie Dieujuste

Slandie Dieujuste

Springfield College announced that Slandie Dieujuste has been hired as vice president for Student Affairs. She is currently vice provost for Student Affairs and dean of students at Massasoit Community College, a position she has held since 2018. She will start her new role at Springfield College on July 1. Dieujuste will join the Springfield College President’s Leadership Team and play a key leadership role in fostering a sense of inclusion and engagement in a diverse and vibrant community. Working with students, faculty, and staff, she will be responsible for developing a comprehensive co-curricular vision for life on campus. Prior to her current role at Massasoit Community College, Dieujuste was associate vice provost for Residence and Greek Life at Illinois Institute of Technology. She also held student-affairs leadership positions at Governors State University, Jackson College, Saint Mary’s College, and Northeastern University. She received her PhD in higher education administration from Andrews University and bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Boston College. Dieujuste will lead the Springfield College Division of Student Affairs, which includes the following offices and programs: Spiritual Life, Community Standards, Alcohol and Other Drug Education, Dean of Students, Student Orientation Programs, Career Center, Counseling Center, Housing and Residence Life, Student Activities and Campus Union, Campus Recreation, Center for Service and Leadership, and the Health Center.

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Western New England University announced the appointment of Basil Andrew Stewart as vice president for Finance and Administration after a comprehensive national search. Currently, he is vice president for Finance and chief financial officer for Lasell University and assistant treasurer and chief financial officer of Lasell Village in Newton. At Western New England, Stewart will serve as the chief financial officer for the university. Stewart will be responsible for the university’s finance and budgeting, internal audits, facilities management and construction, campus police, risk management, information technology, and auxiliary services. As CFO, he will serve as chief advisor to the president on financial and administrative matters and will have administrative responsibility to the board of trustees by providing administrative support to its finance, audit, and investment committees. Prior to his current post, Stewart served as chief financial officer and senior vice president for Finance and Administration at Merrimack College and held controller posts at such prestigious institutions as MIT, Northeastern, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Smith College, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. He held auditing posts for the Gillette Co. and Coopers & Lybrand. He earned his MBA and a BBA in accounting from UMass Amherst. He is a board member of the Boston Consortium for Higher Education and Boston Senior Home Care Inc. and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Inc. and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants Inc. He holds designations as a chartered global management accountant and certified public accountant. Stewart, who joins Western New England University in June, succeeds retiring Vice President for Finance and Administration Richard Wagner, who also served as director of Institutional Leadership and Planning for 18 years.

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Alex Fullerton

Alex Fullerton

Kristina Smith

Kristina Smith

Christina Reynolds

Christina Reynolds

Tara Sanderson

Tara Sanderson

UMassFive College Federal Credit Union announced four recent promotions. Alex Fullerton has been promoted to assistant vice president of Loan Operations. In this new role, he is responsible for providing leadership, oversight, and direction for all consumer-lending activities. Fullerton has been with the credit union for nine years and has held numerous roles, beginning as a teller, and most recently a supervisor of the Debt Solutions department. Kristina Smith has been promoted to assistant vice president of Retail Administration. Transitioning from overseeing retail branches, she now supports frontline teams to help plan and implement organizational growth projects; manage retail policies, procedures, and training; as well as assist with retail programs to ensure operational efficiencies are maintained. Beginning as a part-time teller after graduating from UMass Amherst, her assorted roles at the credit union over the past 12 years have prepared her for this new position. Smith’s UMassFive career includes working as the assistant to the former president/CEO manager of the Mercy Medical Center branch and senior branch manager in Hadley. Christina Reynolds has been promoted to Card Services manager. She began her career at UMassFive 10 years ago as a part-time online banking specialist in the Contact Center, eventually taking on other various branch assignments, including most recently the Northampton branch manager position. In her new role, she oversees the Card Services department, ensuring debit- and credit-card quality control and audit processes are in place while also maintaining policies to maximize efficiency and service to members. Tara Sanderson has been promoted to loan servicing manager. She began her career at UMassFive in December of 2017 as a loan servicing specialist. She was promoted to senior loan servicing specialist in mid-2019, shortly followed by a promotion to loan servicing supervisor. In her new position as loan servicing manager, Sanderson oversees both the loan-processing and loan-servicing aspects of lending to ensure compliance and maximize efficiency and service internally as well as for UMassFive members.

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Jean Deliso

Jean Deliso

Jean Deliso of the Connecticut Valley General Office of New York Life, an agent since 1995, has received the Agent of the Year Award for 2020. This award recognizes the agent who has achieved the top production among all agents at the company’s Connecticut Valley General Office. Deliso has developed an expertise in helping business owners and individuals protect and secure their own and their family’s future. Her extensive experience has led to a focus in certain fields, such as cash and risk management, retirement, and estate planning. She is committed to educating individuals regarding their finances and frequently conducts workshops advocating financial empowerment. She is a Nautilus Group member agent, an exclusive advanced-planning resource for estate-conservation and business-continuation strategies. Her access to this exclusive resource enables her clients to benefit from the group’s collective experience and insightful solutions as they apply to the protection, accumulation, and distribution of wealth to individuals, families, and business owners throughout the country. Deliso has also been a member of New York Life Chairman’s Council since 2012 and a qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table since 1999. Members of the elite Chairman’s Council rank in the top 3% of New York Life’s sales force of more than 12,000 licensed agents in sales achievement. Active in her community, she currently serves on the board of the Baystate Health Foundation and is the immediate past chairman. She also serves on and is the past chairman of the board of the Community Music School of Springfield and is the past chairman of the board of YMCA of Greater Springfield. She is a graduate of Bentley College.

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Cynthia Malinowski

Cynthia Malinowski

Florence Bank named Cynthia Malinowski as this year’s Community Support Award winner. Malinowski, vice president and branch manager of the downtown Northampton office, joined Florence Bank in October 1999 and has 33 years of banking experience. The Community Support Award was established by the bank in 1997 as a means of formally recognizing employees who are active participants in community events and donate their personal and professional time to local not-for-profit organizations. Each year, the award recipient can select a nonprofit organization of his or her choice, and the bank will donate to that organization. At Malinowski’s recommendation, Florence Bank will donate $500 to the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts. The mission of the Food Bank is to feed neighbors in need and lead the community in ending hunger. Malinowski serves as an active member of the Greater Northampton Area Chamber of Commerce. She is also involved with the Easthampton Helping Hand Society and occasionally volunteers at the Easthampton Community Center.

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Kelly Partridge, founder of the philanthropic clothing boutique Contribution Clothing, recently published her first children’s book. How Owls Become Wise, a story that focuses on bullying and self-correction, is available for purchase online on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Walmart, with 10% of the book’s proceeds to benefit Unify Against Bullying. Contribution Clothing empowers women and supports the community through monetary donations to Western Mass. nonprofit organizations. Partridge has worked with Unify Against Bullying since the inception of Contribution Clothing and, when she decided to write a book about bullying, knew she wanted to use it as a way to show her support for the Unify mission. “Bullying is a topic that everyone has experienced one time or another in their lives, and I really wanted to bring awareness to it,” Partridge said, adding that she understands how victims of bullying feel, and she hopes her book can help both those who have experienced bullying and those who have inflicted it. To bring her story to life, the first-time author teamed up with illustrator Stephanie Hider, whom she met through a children’s book networking group.

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Greg Landry

Greg Landry

Freedom Credit Union recently welcomed Greg Landry as a mortgage loan originator in its West Springfield branch. “We’re delighted to have Greg on our lending team,” Vice President and Chief Loan Officer Jeffrey Smith said. “In a way, it’s like he’s coming home, as he previously worked at West Springfield Federal Credit Union before it merged with Freedom in 2019. He has a long history in this community and is the perfect person to help our members in the area become homeowners.” A graduate of Framingham State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Landry has worked as a mortgage and home-equity loan originator for more than 24 years.

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All States Transport Inc. recently welcomed Bill Shibley, former president of Zip Carriers in Westfield. He comes to AST with 41 years of experience, including 26 years at Zip Carriers. When the owner of Zip Carriers announced his retirement early this year, Shibley was looking to merge the firm’s longtime client base with a local transportation broker, and AST was his first choice. “We’ve been friendly competitors for years, and AST has always had a great reputation,” Shibley said. “They’re very well-established, and it’s a similar culture to Zip Carriers — family-run, with a focus on excellent customer service. I’ve had some of my clients for almost 30 years. I couldn’t drop the ball. I knew I could count on AST to provide the same level of support, service, and expertise that I’ve always delivered. At 66, it’s a little funny to be starting out at a new place, but so far, so good.” All States Transport Inc. is a domestic freight broker and international freight forwarder offering customized shipping solutions across road, rail, ocean, and air.

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Andrew Harris

Andrew Harris

VHB recently welcomed Andrew Harris as senior project manager and senior geologist for its Connecticut Site Investigation & Remediation (SI&R) practice and the Southern New England markets. Harris brings extensive experience working with industrial and commercial clients to assess and remediate brownfield and legacy properties across the Upper Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and New England. His environmental and redevelopment projects span the full project life cycle from initial due diligence and hazardous-building materials assessments, decommissioning, and demolition to remedial design, construction, and site closure. He has vast knowledge in assessing and remediating asbestos, lead, PCBs, petroleum, VOCs, and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. In 2014, Harris was a member of the active working group for the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection to develop the department’s Guidance Document on Calculating the 95% Upper Confidence Level. In addition to being a licensed environmental professional (LEP) in Connecticut, a professional geologist (PG) in New Hampshire, and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design 2.0 accredited professional (LEED 2.0 AP), Harris is also adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut, teaching a class on how to conduct ASTM phase I and II environmental site assessments in Connecticut. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in geology from Ohio Wesleyan University and his master’s degree in geoscience from the University of Connecticut.

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Dennis Shockro

Dennis Shockro

Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown

Continuing a period of unprecedented growth, Pixel Health, a five-company, national healthcare-consulting ecosystem, appointed two seasoned IT professionals to fill new brand-level operations manager roles. Former Yankee Candle Chief Information Officer Dennis Shockro assumes the role of director of Operations at engineering consultancy VertitechIT. IT managed-services industry manager Jennifer Brown joins baytechIT as senior director of Operations. In addition to Yankee Candle, Shockro held senior operational roles at Brookstone and Northern Tool and Equipment. Brown has more than 20 years of customer-focused and technical experience, both in the human-services and IT managed-services industries. Pixel Health companies VertitechIT, baytechIT, Nectar Strategic Consulting, akiro, and Liberty Fox Technologies work with health systems, hospitals, clinics, and medical practices across North America. VertitechIT is the leading certified HIMSS Analytics INFRAM consultant in the world. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began a year ago, Pixel Health has expanded its overall workforce by approximately 40% across its U.S. operations.

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Kayombo Kamawu

Kayombo Kamawu

Kayombo Kamawu, a longtime administrator and advocate in the human-services field, was recently tapped by Pathlight to join its leadership team as vice president of Residential Supports. Prior to joining Pathlight, Kamawu served as vice president of Adult Services at the Kennedy-Donovan Center, where he was responsible for residential, day, and community Services, including shared living, family-support centers, and individual/supported living. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer and management information systems. Kamawu has also served in various leadership capacities in community-based day supports, employment, and day habilitation service lines. He prides himself in developing strong teams and enjoys the hands-on experience gathered while working with those teams. Pathlight, established in 1952, is a pioneer in services for children, teens, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities throughout the four counties of Western Mass.

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Brandon Mitchell

Brandon Mitchell

Chris Marini

Chris Marini

Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. (MBK) announced the promotion of Brandon Mitchell, CPA, MSA and Chris Marini, MSA, MOS to Senior Associate positions. Mitchell has been with MBK since 2013 and brings a strong technical skill set to his work, as well as a background in sales. “Brandon has demonstrated a strong understanding of our clients and their industries in his time with our firm,” said MBK partner Howard Cheney. “He is resourceful and often takes the initiative to educate himself on his clients beyond the scope of his technical work, allowing him to enhance his relationship with our client base and deliver an even higher level of client service.” Mitchell earned his MSA from Westfield State University. He is a member of the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. For more than two years, Marini has demonstrated a dedicated work ethic to both clients and the firm. He is a team leader within the not-for-profit, HUD, and pension-audit niches. “Since the very beginning, Chris has worked hard and demonstrated a commitment to growth and education,” Cheney said. “He is also an instrumental resource for computer and technology matters here at the firm, helping to spearhead a number of projects and initiatives as we continue to take our cloud-based computer environment to the next level. This has resulted in efficiencies which we are able to pass on to our clients.” Marini holds a BBA with a concentration in accounting from the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst and earned his MSA from the University of Connecticut. He is a member of the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants and the board of trustees for the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, and serves as a mentor for the Westfield State University Accounting Club.

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PeoplesBank announced the following:

Beverly Farnham

Beverly Farnham

Amos McLeod III

Amos McLeod III

Nancy Robinson

Nancy Robinson

• Beverly Farnham has been promoted to Loan Service Officer. She possesses close to two decades of financial and banking experience. She first joined the bank in 1996 and previously served as loan service specialist. She has earned diplomas for financial services operations and consumer lending from the Center of Financial Training. She has been volunteering for the Holyoke St. Patrick’s Road Race for more than a decade;
• Amos McLeod III has been appointed Senior Credit Analyst Officer. He brings more than a decade of banking experience to his new position. He will be responsible for understanding and managing the credit risk and loan quality of the bank’s commercial real-estate and loan portfolios. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Springfield College and is a graduate of the School of Commercial Lending Program at Babson College. He serves as treasurer of Friends of the Huntington Public Library and volunteers for the United Way of Pioneer Valley; and
• Nancy Robinson has been promoted to Internal Audit Officer. She possesses more than a decade of banking and financial experience. She first joined the bank in 2012 and previously served as financial analyst. She holds a master’s degree in accounting and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Western New England University. She serves on the board of the Connecticut River Valley Golden Retriever Club. She also volunteers for Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, United Way, and Children’s Study Home.

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Jean Deliso

Jean Deliso

Jean Deliso, CFP, from the Connecticut Valley General Office of New York Life, is now authorized to offer AARP-branded life insurance and lifetime-income annuity products to AARP members. It is the first time these group-life-insurance products are offered by authorized-to-offer agents. Deliso is among a select group of New York Life agents who became authorized to offer her clients AARP Guaranteed Acceptance Life, AARP Level Benefit Term, and AARP Permanent Life Insurance, all from New York Life and New York Life’s Guaranteed Lifetime Income Annuity. She is a licensed insurance agent and passed courses specific to AARP. Deliso has been a New York Life agent since 1995. She serves on many boards in her community, including the Baystate Health Foundation and Pioneer Valley Refrigerated Warehouse, and is chairman of the board of the Community Music School of Springfield. She is past chairman of the board of the YMCA of Greater Springfield, past board member of AAA Pioneer Valley, and past trustee of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts and the advisory council at Bay Path University. Since 1994, AARP group-life products from New York Life have been available via direct mail to AARP members. The company has also been the provider of group lifetime-income annuities to AARP members since 2006.

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The Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts announced that Liz Feeley was named Director of Philanthropy. She brings a wealth of blended experience in education and philanthropy to the organization. Feeley received her bachelor’s degree in English from Lehigh University. After spending 21 years coaching intercollegiate women’s basketball at institutions such as Smith College, Princeton University, the University of Notre Dame, and Holy Cross College, Feeley took her penchant for building relationships into the field of philanthropy. She brings a background in strategic planning, team building, volunteer management, and designing sustainable programs to the Women’s Fund. Feeley’s work at both Smith College and Stoneleigh-Burnham School, a day-boarding school for girls in Greenfield, brought to the forefront of her consciousness issues that girls and women face each day. She looks forward to building relationships around the Women’s Fund’s mission of creating economic and social equality for women and girls in Western Mass. through philanthropy. Prior to arriving at the Women’s Fund, Feeley served as director of Development at Amherst Montessori School. Previously, as director of Development and Alumnae Relations at Stoneleigh-Burnham, she led a team that increased fund-raising by 133% and alumni participation in the annual fund by 50% in three years. As director of Development, she also launched an initiative that increased the number of major-gift donors by 35% in two years. In five years, her team took fund-raising at the school to an unprecedented level by implementing a strategy based on stewardship, cultivating relationships, brand identity, creating sustainable programs, social media, and in-person visits across the country and in Asia. While at Stoneleigh-Burnham, Feeley was instrumental in the planning and implementation of a $1.2 million two-year campaign. Her team coordinated and hosted a Leadership Symposium and Gala to launch the campaign that successfully raised money for a new student-center complex. She partnered with volunteer groups of parents, alumni, faculty, students, trustees, and others in an effort to advance the mission of the institution.

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Keith G. Roy Construction Inc., a construction and contracting company serving Massachusetts and Connecticut since 1946, announced that Joshua David Roy has been appointed Vice President. “Joshua is continuing a legacy of leadership at a local family-owned and -operated company,” said President Keith G. Roy. Joshua developed his expertise by working side-by-side with both his grandfather, David, and his father, Keith, since his teenage years. He oversees and personally works on projects that include roofing; exterior builds, including decks and siding; as well as interior construction, including kitchens and baths. “I take particular pride in training our crew, project supervision, and customer service,” he said. For more information about the company, visit kgroyconstruction.com.

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The Gove Law Office announced that attorney Jaclyn Packard has joined the firm, focusing her practice on civil and criminal litigation and trials, real-estate transactions, and estate planning. “Jaclyn Packard is a wonderful addition to our growing law firm of professionals who represent the diverse practice areas Gove Law offers clients within the firm’s Litigation, Real Estate, and Estate Planning departments,” said Michael Gove, founding partner of Gove Law Office. Having graduated cum laude from the Florida Coastal School of Law, Packard holds a license to practice law in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Florida. In addition to being a practicing attorney, she is an active supporter of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event and a volunteer with the Lawyer for a Day program. The Gove Law Office, with offices in Ludlow and Northampton, is a bilingual firm with attorneys who provide guidance to clients in the areas of business representation, criminal and civil litigation, personal-injury law, commercial lending, residential and commercial real estate, estate planning, immigration, and bankruptcy.

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Rob Poole

Rob Poole

Rob Poole has been named Director of Business Programs at American International College. He will oversee the undergraduate and graduate business administration programs. As part of his responsibilities, Poole will lead the faculty in upgrading the curriculum and managing internship opportunities. The internship program will integrate with the business community to create placements that are mutually beneficial to the industry, students, and the college. In addition, he will focus the MBA program for the non-business major. “Acquiring a technical area of knowledge as an undergraduate, while layering and applying business experience, significantly expands career opportunities,” he said. Poole’s areas of expertise include accreditation, assessment, and internship programs. In addition to working as a private consultant, he has served as an assistant professor at Richard Stockton College and Bellarmine University. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in economics, then received his master’s degree in systems management from the University of Southern California, and a PhD in production operations management from the University of North Texas.

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Milly Parzychowski

Milly Parzychowski

United Bank announced the winners of its 2015 Mortgage Loan Officer (MLO) Sales Contest, the bank’s second annual internal awards program that recognizes its bankers for achieving excellence in mortgage production, and a local mortgage loan originator, Milly Parzychowski, is among the honorees. The final standings are based on the number of units and volume closed in 2015. Depending on an MLO’s production for a given year, they can be recognized in three categories: Chairman’s Club (including Chairman’s Club Champion), President’s Club, or Vice President’s Club. Parzychowski was named to the Vice President’s Club. Parzychowski, who joined United Bank in 2011, is based at the Westfield branch and covers Western Mass. Her more than 40 years in banking and mortgage origination included loan officer roles at Mortgage Master Inc. and Family Choice Mortgage Corp. Parzychowski was also a branch manager at American Home Mortgage and at CNI National Mortgage, a loan originator with National City and Source One, and started her banking career as a teller at Valley Bank in Springfield. She is currently an MBA candidate at Bay Path University.

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Deborah Bitsoli

Deborah Bitsoli has been named president of Mercy Medical Center and its affiliates, effective Dec. 2. In this role, she will be responsible for the operational performance of Mercy Medical Center and its affiliates; provide leadership in the execution, management, financial performance, and oversight of all operations; and explore opportunities for growth through strategic development initiatives. Bitsoli joins Mercy with over 25 years of experience in the healthcare industry and has spent the last 18 years in leadership roles. Most recently, she served as president of Morton Hospital, a 110-bed facility in Taunton. Prior to her tenure there, she was chief operating officer and executive vice president at Saint Vincent Hospital, a 270-bed facility in Worcester. She holds an MBA from Babson College in Wellesley and a bachelor’s degree in accountancy with a management minor from Bentley University in Waltham. She is a certified public accountant in the state of Massachusetts and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

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Jean Deliso

Jean Deliso, CFP has been named a member of the 2019 Chairman’s Council of New York Life. Members of the Chairman’s Council rank in the top 3% of New York Life’s elite sales force of more than 12,000 licensed agents in sales achievement. She has accomplished this level of achievement for eight consecutive years. Deliso has been a New York Life agent since 1995 and is associated with New York Life’s Connecticut Valley General Office in Windsor, Conn. She is a Nautilus Group member, an exclusive, advanced planning resource for estate-conservation and business-continuation strategies. She is president and owner of Deliso Financial and Insurance Services, a firm focusing on comprehensive financial strategies that help position clients for a solid financial future. She has been working in the financial field for more than 30 years, her first seven in public accounting and the balance working in the financial-services industry. Deliso has developed an expertise in assisting business owners and individuals protecting and securing their and their family’s future. Her extensive experience has led to a focus in certain fields, such as cash and risk management, investment, retirement, and estate planning. She is committed to educating individuals regarding their finances and frequently conducts workshops advocating financial empowerment. Deliso currently serves on and has held chairman of the board positions at Baystate Health Foundation, the Community Music School of Springfield, and the YMCA of Greater Springfield. She is also a former board member of Pioneer Valley Refrigerated Warehouse, a former trustee of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts, and a member of the Bay Path University advisory board.

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Bacon Wilson announced that three attorneys have been named to the 2019 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list of top attorneys in the Commonwealth, and two have been named to the 2019 Massachusetts Rising Stars list of up-and-comers. They are: Michael Katz (selected to Super Lawyers from 2004 to 2019), bankruptcy; Hyman Darling (selected to Super Lawyers from 2005 to 2019), estate planning and probate; Paul Rothschild (selected to Super Lawyers from 2004 to 2019), general litigation; Thomas Reidy (selected to Rising Stars from 2015 to 2019), land use/zoning; and Meaghan Murphy (selected to Rising Stars from 2018 to 2019), employment and labor. Identified by a research team at Super Lawyers, the attorneys are selected for background, professional experience, achievement, and peer recognition. There is no opportunity to pay for a listing. Only 5% of New England’s lawyers are Super Lawyers. Rising Stars are under age 40 or have been practicing law for less than 10 years. Fewer than 2.5% of New England lawyers were named Rising Stars.

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Yvonne Cruz

Dietz & Co. Architects Inc. announced the addition of Yvonne Cruz, RA to its staff as a senior project architect. Cruz holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Pratt Institute, School of Architecture in Brooklyn, N.Y. and is a licensed architect in New York and Connecticut. She brings more than 20 years of experience to Dietz & Co., having worked for firms in New York City throughout her career. She has worked on an array of residential projects as well as many hotel and restaurant projects. She brings to the firm a commitment to high-quality design and a passion for mentoring junior staff members.

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Three new members have been elected to serve three-year terms on the Bay Path University board of trustees: Pia Sareen Kumar, Rodger Metzger, and Jeanette Weldon. Kumar is co-owner and chief strategy officer for Universal Plastics Group. A graduate of Northwestern University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and the University of Chicago Booth School of Business with an MBA, she previously worked at JPMorgan Chase and American Express, leading business-development initiatives and managing strategic partnerships. Kumar serves on the boards of Associated Industries of Massachusetts, the Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts, and the Springfield Technical Community College Foundation. She is also a member of the Women President’s Organization and is a reader and school sponsor with Link to Libraries. As president and chief investment officer of Hooker & Holcombe’s Investment Advisory Group in Bloomfield, Conn. Metzger serves as the client relationship consultant for the group’s largest and most sophisticated clients. He is also responsible for directing the asset-allocation and fund-research efforts and chairs the investment committee. Prior to joining the firm, he was with Hartford Investment Management Co., a subsidiary of Hartford Financial Services Corporation. Metzger earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from St. Lawrence University and an MBA with a concentration in finance from the University of Hartford. He serves as an advisory council member for Legg Mason Client Solutions, in addition to memberships with the CFA Institute and CFA Society of Hartford. He devotes time as a consultant and board member for various organizations in Connecticut. Weldon, managing director for Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, is a public finance professional who has been involved as either issuer or financial advisor on more than $10 billion in transactions for state and local governments and their issuing authorities. She previously served as chief financial officer at Windham Hospital and as senior managing director for P.G. Corbin & Co. Weldon earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and an MBA from Columbia University. She currently serves on the boards of the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority and Northeast Women in Public Finance.

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Mine Your Business

Mine Your Business

In 2008, the Greater Holyoke and Chicopee Chambers of Commerce commenced a search for an event that would be an alternative to the traditional trade show and typical networking event. What has emerged for 2010, and Nov. 4, to be more specific, is Mine Your Business, or what is being described as a networking and sales- building opportunity for companies across the region. Presented by BusinessWest, this unique event will give participants a chance to tell their stories in front of actual decision makers. Here’s a look at how Mine Your Business will unfold, and who will be taking part..

Peter Rosskothen says he gets some of his business at the Log Cabin-Delaney House from referrals, and still more from essentially showing people what he can do — putting on an event that prompts people to think of his venues when it’s their turn to stage a get-together.
But Rosskothen, co-owner of those Holyoke institutions, says that networking remains a big part of efforts to fill the calendars at both locations, and that’s why he does a lot of it. “It’s important to get in front of people, remind them you’re there, start new relationships, and strengthen existing ones,” he told BusinessWest.
For all these reasons, Rosskothen is a participant and strong supporter of Mine Your Business, what is being described as a networking and sales-building event slated for Nov. 4 at the Kittredge Center at Holyoke Community College. He said the gathering, presented by BusinessWest and sponsored by several area companies, including the Log Cabin-Delaney House, will give those involved a chance to not only tell their stories, but tell them to an audience of decision makers.
“And this is the audience you want to be reaching,” he said. “And that’s what makes this event different. At a trade show or a typical networking event, you get some exposure and you meet quite a few people, but you don’t generally get to see the decision makers, the people you need to be seeing.”
Here’s how it works: participating companies will send two representatives to the event — a decision maker and a top sales executive. This team will then meet a series of other teams for eight-minute discussions, or encounters, during which introductions can be made, information can be shared, relationships can be initiated or taken to a higher level, and, down the road, sales can be made.
With this sequence of events in mind, Kate Campiti, associate publisher and advertising director at BusinessWest, said that event organizers have incorporated the slogan ‘it’s where the conversation starts’ into Mine Your Business promotional efforts.
“People tend to do business with people they know and trust, people they have a relationship with,” she explained. “Relationships start when people get to know each other and come to understand their respective businesses can help one another.”
At press time, nearly two dozen companies, representing several business sectors, had signed on to take part in Mine Your Business. The list includes financial-services providers, printing companies, office-supply companies, a Ford dealer, and much more. Profiles of participating companies begin on page 21.
There is still plenty of time for companies to reserve space, however.
In addition to the Greater Holyoke and Chicopee Chambers of Commerce, Mine Your Business is being sponsored by First American Insurance, Holyoke Community College, Marcotte Ford, and Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C.
For more information or to reserve space, call the Greater Holyoke Chamber at (413) 534-3376, the Chicopee Chamber at (413) 594-2101, or BusinessWest at (413) 781-8600.

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(413) 733-4040
www.wggb.com
As Springfield’s only locally owned TV stations, a commitment and access to local communities, support of viewers, and strength of programming combine to make WGGB-TV ABC 40 and Fox 6 a valuable partner to create visibility and awareness for local businesses.

BusinessWest
1441 Main St., Springfield, MA 01103
(413) 781-8600
www.businesswest.com
Founded in 1984, BusinessWest is the region’s premier business publication bringing local business news, trends, and information to nearly 30,000 readers. Published bi-weekly, BusinessWest is read by business owners, presidents, CEOs, senior managers, and professionals throughout Western Mass., and it is committed to the region’s economic health, vitality, and future.

Comcast Business Class
222 New Park Dr., Berlin, CT 06037
(413) 730-4579
www.business.comcast.com
Comcast Business Services offers Western Mass. businesses a one-stop solution for all of their communication needs. With business-class Internet, voice, and TV, companies can leverage the power of Comcast’s fiber-optic network while enjoying the convenience of one provider for all three services and 24/7 customer support.
 

Deliso Financial and Insurance Services
540 Meadow St., Suite 108, Agawam, MA 01001
(413) 785-1100
www.delisofinancialservices.com
After 20 years in the financial-services industry, Jean Deliso’s passion for finance and strategic planning led to the creation of Deliso Financial and Insurance Services in 2000. Deliso Financial and Insurance Services is a comprehensive financial-management agency.

First American Insurance Agency Inc.
510 Front St., Chicopee, MA 01021
(413) 592-8118
www.faiagency.com
This family-owned insurance agency is proud of its local heritage and committed to its strong principles of personal service. Founded in 1986 by President Ed Murphy, First American Insurance Agency is a proud example of the region’s powerful entrepreneurial spirit, growing to become a leading insurance agency specializing in both personal and commercial lines of coverage.

Hadley Printing
58 Canal St., Holyoke, MA 01040
(413) 536-8517
www.hadleyprinting.com
For more than 100 years, Hadley Printing has provided high-quality printing to a wide range of clients throughout the Northeast. Hadley Printing’s excellent reputation is a result of company values reflecting honesty, integrity, and a strong work ethic. Customers trust and respect Hadley Printing for high-quality work and exceptional service.

Holyoke Community College
303 Homestead Ave., Holyoke, MA 01040
(413) 552-2500
www.hcc.edu
Since 1946, Holyoke Community College has been a gateway to quality education and career advancement. Seeking to realize their dreams and aspirations, more than 100,000 students have come through the doors of the college. Today, HCC serves more than 9,000 students annually in more than 100 associate degree and certificate options, and more than 5,500 in non-credit and workforce-development courses.

Holyoke Gas & Electric/HGE.net
9 Suffolk St., Holyoke, MA 01040
(413) 536-9300
www.hged.com
Formed in 1902, HG&E is a municipally owned utility that provides electricity, natural gas, and fiber-optic Internet services to more than 18,000 customers. Its mission to customers is to provide competitive energy rates, reliable service, and excellent customer service.
 

INK Products
25 Grove St., Chicopee, MA 01020
(413) 594-7533
www.inkprod.com
INK Products was established in 1996 with the intent to bring businesses competitive prices on a wide variety of printing and office supplies, and to provide businesses with a source of answers to any questions regarding their supply needs. Service like this is not available at superstores or mail-order companies.

The Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House
500 Easthampton Road, Holyoke, MA 01040
(413) 535-5077
The Delaney House
1 Country Club Road, Holyoke, MA 01040
(413) 532-1800
www.logcabin-delaney.com
Beautiful settings and Old World charm have given the Log Cabin and the Delaney House a reputation as premier banquet facilities and restaurants in the Valley. Attention to detail, exclusive service, and unrivaled menus distinguish the quality options offered to customers.
Marcotte Ford
1025 Main St., Holyoke, MA 01040
(800) 842-0699
www.marcotteford.com
Marcotte Ford is a premier new Ford and used car dealer. With a friendly and helpful sales staff, highly skilled mechanics, and multiple automotive certifications, Marcotte’s mission is to make every customer a customer for life by consistently offering superb customer care, competitive prices, and a knowledgeable staff.

Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C.
330 Whitney Ave., Suite 800, Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040
(413) 536-8510
www.meyerskalicka.com
Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. is the largest independently owned and operated CPA firm based in Western Mass. Its mission is to provide professional services of superior quality and value to enable clients to achieve their goals. Every MBK client, from individual proprietorships to multi-million-dollar international organizations, receives the personal attention of one of the partners.
  

Moriarty & Primack
One Monarch Place, Suite 1300, Springfield, MA 01144
(413) 739-1800
www.mass-cpa.com
Moriarty & Primack, P.C. was founded in 1993 by the late Richard Moriarty and Jay Primack. At that time, each had 18 years of diversified public-accounting experience with Big Four firms. Today, many individuals on the staff have a large-accounting-firm background. The firm and its affiliates have a total professional staff of 28, of whom 17 are certified public accountants.
 

Northeast Security Partners
33 Sylvan St., West Springfield, MA 01089
(413) 733-7306
www.northeastsecuritysolutions.com
Northeast Security Solutions is a company driven by the goal of achieving total customer satisfaction in everything it does. It’s the only one-stop security company in the area offering mechanical and electronic security integration, saving customers time, money, and ‘buck-passing’ between suppliers.

Ondrick Natural Earth
729 Fuller Road, Chicopee, MA 01020
(413) 594-8803
www.ondricknaturalearth.com
Ondrick Natural Earth is the Greater Springfield’s most comprehensive supplier of landscaping and building stone. With an impressive inventory, a knowledgeable sales staff, and a homeowner-friendly store, Ondrick meets landscape, architectural, and building-stone needs, from wall and patio stone to natural thin stone veneers.
 

Peter Pan Bus Lines
P.O. Box 1776 , Springfield, MA 01102
(800) 343-9999
www.peterpanbus.com
Peter Pan is one of the largest privately owned intercity bus companies in the industry, with the most modern fleet on the road. Its new, state-of-the-art motorcoaches have changed bus travel, offering passengers amenities such as wi-fi, electrical outlets for laptops and cell phone chargers, tray tables, extra legroom, safety restraints, and more.

Telemundo
866 Maple Ave., Hartford, CT 06114
(860) 956-1303
www.zgsgroup.com
This Spanish-language, American television network is operated by ZGS Communication, a Hispanic-owned company with a profound commitment to serving the local communities where it conducts business.

Valley Engraved Gifts & Awards
120 Whiting Farms Road, Holyoke, MA 01040
(888) 226-5252
www.signature-engravers.com
Valley Engraved Gifts & Awards, a division of Signature Engraving Systems, is a privately held corporation and an offshoot of United Innovations Inc., an engineering design firm. Now the benchmark for computerized engravers, Signature has evolved to not only develop better tools and systems, but also educate the industry about personalization so they can benefit from increased margins and experience the pleasure of making their customers happy.

United Bank
95 Elm St., West Springfield, MA 01089
(866) 959-2265
www.bankatunited.com
United Bank is a federally chartered stock bank headquartered in West Springfield. The bank has been doing business in the Pioneer Valley since 1882. Today, it has more than $1.5 billion in assets and offices throughout the Greater Springfield area.

Valley Computer Works
84 Russell St., Hadley, MA 01035
(413) 587-2666
www.valleycomputerworks.com
Valley Computer Works has been selling and servicing computers in the Pioneer Valley since 1999. It offers a wide array of services for residential and commercial clients. Fueled by a growing client base and the constant expansion of its staff and facilities, Valley Computer Works has established itself as a premier computer consulting, sales, and service business.

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Lifetime of Dedication

Gary-McCarthy-with-Board-MembersGary-McCarthy-National-Boys-&-Girls-Club-RecognitionGary McCarthy, executive director of the Springfield Boys & Girls Club, was recently honored by the Boys & Girls Club of America for his 50 years of service to the organization. Top: McCarthy stands with the Springfield Boys & Girls Club board chairs who have served during his tenure: from left, William Fraser, Malcolm Getz, William Hadley, Diane Dunkerley, Jack Fitzgerald, Stacy Magiera (immediate past chair), Tim Gallagher (current chair), McCarthy, Vinnie Daboul, Timothy Crimmins, and Art Jones. Bottom: from left, Gene Bailey, director of organizational development, National Boys & Girls Club of America; McCarthy; and James Hurley, director of development, National Boys & Girls Club of America.
Photos courtesy of Michael Epaul

Branching Out

RibbonCuttingMonson Savings Bank recently conducted a ribbon cutting for its new branch at 136 West St. in Ware. Pictured, from left, are John Desmond of the Ware Board of Selectmen; Steve Lowell, president and CEO, Monson Savings Bank; and Greg Harder, chairman of the Ware Board of Selectmen.








Thought Process

photo[2]LVPOne of six teams of the Leadership Pioneer Valley (LPV) class of 2013, calling themselves the Next Generation Pioneers 2, celebrated their graduation with the presentation of a 10-month-long project on May 31. LPV strives to develop a network of emerging and existing leaders to address challenges and opportunities across the region. Bottom: from left, Christin Deremian, management, Human Resources Unlimited; Brittney Kelleher, commercial loan officer, Westfield Bank; Juli Thibault, talent acquisition marketing & operations manager, Baystate Health; Annamaria Golden, manager of Community Relations Benefits, Baystate Health; Alfonso Santaniello, president and CEO, Creative Strategy Agency; Jason Randall, director of Human Resources, Peter Pan Bus Lines; Peter Ellis, creative director, DIF Design; and Mark Sayre, actuarial consultant, MassMutual Financial Group.

Woman of the Year

DSC_8401DSC_8456DSC_8411The Professional Women’s Chamber (PWC) recently honored Jean Deliso, president of Deliso Financial and Insurance Services in Agawam, as its Woman of the Year. Deliso was feted at the chamber’s annual dinner on June 6 at the Cedars in Springfield. Top: Kristy Batchelor, branch manager, Hampden Bank; Laurie Cassidy, executive director, West Springfield Council on Aging; Amy Scribner, associate director of marketing, Hampden Bank; Peg Daoust, branch manager, Hampden Bank; Susan Dominick, branch manager, Hampden Bank; Debra Geisler, branch manager, Hampden Bank; and Nora Braska, training officer, Hampden Bank. Middle: Dave Demos, vice president, Complete Restoration Solutions; Deliso; Alika Hope, co-host, Connecticut Perspective TV; and Michelle Cayo, PWC president. Bottom: Anita Bird, office manager of the Community Outreach Office, MGM Springfield; Kelley Tuckey, vice president of public relations, Eastern Region, MGM Resorts International; Deliso; and Jane Albert , executive director of the Baystate Health Foundation and vice president of Development, Baystate Health.

Daily News

SPRINGFIELD — Dena Hall, who has served as Baystate Health Foundation’s vice chair for the past two years, has succeeded Jean Deliso as the foundation’s chair.

“Jean has left an indelible stamp on the foundation over the past two years, and we are incredibly proud of all that we’ve achieved together under her leadership,” said Scott Berg, vice president of Philanthropy for Baystate Health and executive director of Baystate Health Foundation. “We are grateful for the gift of Jean’s talents and thrilled that she will be passing the baton to someone as accomplished and committed as Dena.”

Hall — a graduate of UMass Amherst, the Massachusetts School for Financial Studies, and the National School of Banking and Finance at Fairfield University — is executive vice president, chief Marketing officer for Hometown Financial Group and its banks, bankESB, based in Easthampton, and bankHometown, based in Central Mass. She is also the president of the bankESB Charitable Foundation and a member of the board of trustees for the Springfield Museums and the Springfield Thunderbirds Foundation.

Through her leadership role on the Baystate Health Foundation board, as well as her contributions as a fundraiser, Hall has been instrumental to the growth of philanthropy at Baystate Heath, Berg noted.

A longstanding volunteer for Baystate Noble Hospital, she and her husband, Eric, chaired the 2009 Baystate Noble Ball, helping to generate vitally important funds in support of the hospital in Westfield. In her previous role as Western Massachusetts regional president of United Bank and president of the United Bank Foundation, she launched support for the innovative Acute Care for Elders Unit at Baystate Medical Center with a $50,000 grant from the bank. She continues to invite new funders to the hospital to consider supporting this program.

Departments People on the Move

American International College announced the following:

Heather Cahill

Heather Cahill

• Heather Cahill has been promoted to Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Serving as the Executive Director for Institutional Advancement for the past three years, Cahill brought much-needed organization to the fund-raising and alumni operations of the department. Cahill’s accomplishments during her tenure with AIC include the Inaugural AIC Run for Education; a $2.38 million HRSA grant, the largest grant in the college’s history; a grant from the Alden Foundation in support of a trading-room-style classroom; multiple federal grants in support of scholarships and equipment; an increase in professional training for current staff and phone-a-thon student employees, resulting in a strengthened commitment to the professional development of the staff; and the inaugural Cornerstone Society Brunch. Cahill also expanded the college’s communication to alumni through larger social-media presence and an increase in both circulation and production of Lucent magazine. Cahill received her BA and MBA from Boston University; and

Ellen Noonan

Ellen Noonan

• Ellen Noonan has been named Vice President for Graduate and Adult Education at American International College. Noonan had been serving as Associate Vice President for Educational Enterprise for Extended Campus Programs at AIC. In addition to her current supervision of Extended Campus Programs and Continuing Education, Noonan will oversee all master’s-degree programs in Education, Psychology, and Business. She will also be responsible for the doctoral programs in Education and Psychology, as well as the master’s program in Cairo, Egypt. Noonan received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from AIC.

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The Center for Human Development (CHD) announced that Kirk Woodring, LICSW, has been named Vice President of Clinical Services. With 29 years of experience in human services and mental-health programs, Woodring will oversee CHD’s outpatient behavioral-health clinics, the Institute of Dynamic Living, early intervention, in-home therapy, and other program clinical services. Woodring most recently served as the Senior Director of Access, Evaluation, and Ambulatory Services for the Brattleboro Retreat in Vermont. Additionally, he served as the Director of the CHD Training Institute for three years and the Senior Program Manager of Behavioral Health Network for six years. Recognized as a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists, Woodring holds an MSW from the Smith College School for Social Work and a BS in Public Administration from Western Michigan University. He teaches courses in group theory and advanced group practice at Smith College as an adjunct associate professor. In 2011, he co-authored and published the book Assessing the Risk: Suicidal Behavior in the Hospital Environment of Care.

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R. Kirk Mackey

R. Kirk Mackey

The Dowd Agencies announced the appointment of R. Kirk Mackey as President of Dowd Financial Services LLC (DFS) and its Employee Benefits Division. DFS is a full-service financial division of the Dowd Agencies. Mackey, who has been in the financial-services industry since 1979 and with Dowd since 2005, was formerly a representative of New England Financial Group, LLC. He now specializes in corporate employee-benefit planning, including group health, life, and disability-insurance plans in addition to qualified retirement plans and selective executive-compensation arrangements. He received a BA in Business Administration from UMass in 1978, and a MBA with a concentration in Accounting from Western New England College in1987.

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David Fedor, President of the West Springfield-based Fedor Financial Group, LLC, and an independent financial advisor affiliated with Commonwealth Financial Network, was named to Commonwealth’s Winners Circle. The distinction recognizes only 10% of Commonwealth’s more than 1,400 financial advisors nationwide. Fedor will join his peers at the Winners Circle conference in April at the El Conquistador Resort in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

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Jean Deliso was recently named Agent of the Year in the Connecticut Valley General office of New York Life Insurance Co. Deliso received the award in recognition of outstanding sales achievement and exemplary client service and professionalism. A New York Life agent for 18 years, Deliso is a member of New York Life’s Chairman’s Council and is a consistent qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table, recognized throughout the industry as the standard of excellence in life-insurance sales performance, and is currently a 2013 Court of the Table member. Members of the elite Chairman’s Council rank in the top 3% of New York Life’s elite sales force of more than 12,000 licensed agents.

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Jack Hibbard

Jack Hibbard

Monson Savings Bank announced the promotion of Jack Hibbard to Assistant Vice President and Controller and the election of four new corporators. Hibbard began his career in banking in operations and then as a branch manager more than 25 years ago. He joined the financial department of Monson Savings Bank in 2004 and was promoted to Controller in 2011. Hibbard left banking while he earned his BBA in Accounting from UMass and then worked for a Big Six accounting firm before returning to community banking. New Corporators are Lisa Fallon of Lisa Fallon CPA, PC; Art Ferrara, Co-owner of Landmark Realty; Kara Rescia, Attorney with Eaton & Rescia, LLP; and Elaine Korhonen, Certified Public Accountant.

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Amherst-based New England Environmental Inc. (NEE) of Amherst recently promoted Jack Jemsek, to Vice President of NEE’s Hydrogeology and Remediation Group. Jemsek is a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP), a Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP), a Professional Geologist in New Hampshire, and a Certified Geologist in Maine. He has B.S. in Earth Science from the University of Notre Dame, and a Ph.D. in Marine Geology and Geophysics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Joint Program in Oceanography.

Departments


Pedro J. Caceres

Pedro J. Caceres has been appointed Global Vice President of Operations at LENOX® in East Longmeadow. He will be responsible for all manufacturing processes and support operations for the tool and band saw areas in support of LENOX’s global expansion.

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Stevens Urethane has hired James P. Galica as Vice President of Market and Product Development.

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Kristin S. Gravanis has been promoted to Assistant Vice President in the Mortgage Department at TD Banknorth Inc. in Springfield.

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Frank Chiera Jr. will lead the Advertising, Marketing and Public Relations Department for Rocky’s Ace Hardware.

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Suzanne L. Parker has been named Executive Director of Girls Incorporated in Holyoke.

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Douglas Fish has been named Director of Financial Aid at American International College in Springfield.

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Park Square Realty of Westfield has hired Duane Desilets as a Sales Associate in its Westfield office. His focus is in residential listings and sales.

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Century 21 Pioneer Valley Associates announced the following:
• Greg Dibrindisi has joined the firm as a Salesperson;
• Erica Burns has joined the firm as a Salesperson;
• Naomi Gendron has joined the firm as a Salesperson, and
• Bruce Dearborn has joined the firm as a Salesperson.

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Dr. Denise Spence has joined Amherst Medical Associates and the practice of Drs. William Smith and Joseph Coppola. Dr. Spence is board-certified in internal medicine and has special interests in women’s health care as well as preventative medicine and diabetes.

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Go FIT announced the following:
• Doug Plavin has been named Program Director;
• Harriet Fingeroth will assume responsibilities for the Go FIT Mentor Training Program;
• Additional staff members have been added to support clinic offerings including: Patrick Tudryn, Mary Lovett, Amy Greenbaum, and Laura Hutchinson;
Speakers set to lecture at Go FIT include:
• Dr. David Cates, a licensed clinical psychologist and program manager for the Child and Adolescent Partial Hospital Program, Day School Program, and Central Intake Department in the Division of Behavioral Health at Baystate Medical Center;
• Erin Smith, a registered dietician and certified diabetes educator;
• Gail Stathis, a safety educator from Baystate Health System, and
• Kelly Tetrault-Stellato, a registered dietician who is also certified in first aid, weight management consulting, personal training, and yoga.

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TD Banknorth Insurance Agency Inc. in Springfield announced that Rosa Dell’Aera-Smith has been promoted to Assistant Vice President.

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Fidelity Bank has hired Brenda L. Young as Branch Services Manager for its Gardner office. She will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the facility.

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James B. Ingram was recently awarded the International Society of Arboriculture 2006 Award of Merit. Ingram is the Vice President and Division Manager of the Northeast Division of Bartlett Tree Experts in Osterville.

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At the 15th annual meeting of the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts, the following announcements were made:
• Stephen A. Davis was appointed Chair of the Board of Trustees;
• Elizabeth D. Scheibel was appointed Vice Chair;
• Peter Daboul was named to the Board;
• Jean Deliso was named to the Board;
• James Morton was named to the Board;
• Peter Picknelly was named to the Board;
The following members were also nominated to serve an additional term: Bruce Brown, Carol Leary, Sonia Nieto, Mary Ellen Scott, and Linda Silva Thompson.

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Michael M. Lefebvre

Michael M. Lefebvre has been promoted to Senior Vice President in the Commercial Lending Division at TD Banknorth Massachusetts in Springfield. He will continue to handle middle-market lending for business customers throughout Western Mass.

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Peter Pan Bus Lines President Peter A. Picknelly recently dedicated a Springfield terrace to the memory of his late father, Peter L. Picknelly Sr., and his late mother, Mary F. Picknelly, at the corner of Park Drive and Normandy Road on the Springfield-Longmeadow border adjacent to Forest Park. The Picknelly family and Peter Pan developed the Springfield terrace as part of the city’s Adopt A Terrace program. The terrace has been landscaped by Ottani Landscaping and has an irrigation system, a park bench, and a memorial stone with Picknelly’s parents’ names inscribed.

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Dowd Insurance Agency of Holyoke announced the following:


Lori Slezak

• Lori Slezek has been named Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Administration, and

 

 

 

 

David W. Griffin

• David W. Griffin, CIC, Licensed Advisor and Partner, has been named Senior Vice President.

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Meyers Brothers Kalicka of Holyoke and Greenfield announced the following:
• Jeremy M. Leblond, CPA, has met the requirements to obtain an MBA;
• Lisa M. Hazeltine has met the requirements to obtain an MSA, and
• Christel D. Harju has joined the firm as a Senior Associate in the Holyoke office.

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Bacon & Wilson, P.C. of Springfield announced that the following attorneys were named “Super Lawyers” in the November issue of Boston Magazine:


Paul R. Salvage

• Paul R. Salvage, Co-chairman of the Insolvency Department;

 

 

 


Gary L. Fialky

• Gary L. Fialky, Chairman of the Corporate Department;

 

 

 


Michael B. Katz

• Michael B. Katz, Co-chairman of the Bankruptcy Department;

 

 

 


Paul H. Rothchild

• Paul H. Rothschild, Chairman of the Litigation Department’

 

 

 

 


Stephen N. Krevalin

• Stephen N. Krevalin, Managing Partner;

 

 

 

 


Hyman G. Darling

• Hyman G. Darling, Chairman of the Estate Planning and Elder Law Departments, who was also a speaker at the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys’ Advanced Elder Law Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah, in November;

 

 

 


Francis R. Mirkin

• Francis R. Mirkin, whose areas of practice include commercial and residential real estate;

 

 

 

 


Bruce M. Fogel

• Bruce M. Fogel, a member of the estate planning and elder, real estate and zoning, and business and corporate departments, and

 

 


Gary F. Bevilacqua

• Gary F. Bevilacqua, whose primary area of practice is real estate.

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Jacqueline Keegan McColgan

Nursing professor Jacqueline Keegan McColgan has been honored as the 2006-07 recipient of the Joseph J. Deliso Sr. Endowed Chair at Springfield Technical Community College. At STCC, the Deliso Endowed Chair award includes a $3,000 grant, with half to further the honoree’s professional pursuits and half in grant for the recipient’s academic department. McColgan is planning to use the department share of the award to update hospital equipment such as IV pumps and patient feeding pumps that are used in simulation experiences.

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Diane M. Brzozowski, CPA, has been promoted to Audit Manager at Downey, Sweeney, Fitzgerald & Co., P.C., with offices in Springfield and Westfield.

Departments

The following Business Certificates and Trade Names were issued or renewed during the month of February 2008.

AGAWAM

Blimpie Sub & Salads
1325 Springfield St.
Alan Lowell

Chamberlin Construction
77 Maple St.
Todd J. Chamberlin

Dragon Conditioning
75 Christopher Lane
Phil McGeoghan

E.B. Specialty Chicken
385 Walnut St.
Edward P. Borgatti

Hampden Fence Supply Co.
80 Industrial Lane
Robert Wilmes

Mahoney Enterprises
9 North Westfield St.
David Mahoney

Modern Landscapes
250 Suffield St.
Jeffery Ogorzalek

R.C. Designers
60 Kellogg Ave.
Roland Cormier

The Milkman & Company
233 Main St.
Terril Mancuso

Richy’s Tree Service
4 Nicole Terr.
Richard B’Shara

RNK Auto Sales
28 Moylan Ave.
Gary Nardi

Spectrum Consulting
188 Mallard Circle
Duane Clauson

Untold Stories
129 South Park Terr.
Kenneth Elsner

CHICOPEE

Constable’s Office
6 Center St.
Scott D. Goodkowsky

Kelly Goodkowsky Massage Therapy
10 Center St.
Kelly Goodkowsky

Lulu
1889 Memorial Dr.
Loraine M. Lowling-Kwiat

New England Pellett LLC
50 George St.
Richard R. Carbonneau

EAST LONGMEADOW

Classic Pro
78 Parker St.
Mark Mushenko

Moriarty Dogtown
111 Pleasant St.
Kevin Michael Moriarty

The Pyncheon House
41 Hampden Road
John E. Thurner

York Boiler of Western Mass.
259 Chestnut St.
Glenn H. Fish

GREENFIELD

Country Hyundai Inc.
45 Courain Road
Roy Hebert

Eugene’s Elite Construction
403 Adams St.
Eugene Darmanchev

Nic Nac Shak
268 Federal St.
Laurie Croteau

Poet Seat Auto Appraisal
189 High St.
Brian Atherton

Western Mass Food Processing Center
324 Well St.
John Waite

HADLEY

CAV Motors
12 Russell St.
William Cavanaugh

TDK Plumbing & Heating
28 Lawrence Plain Road
Timothy Kicza

The Publishing Collaborative
269 Bay Road
James Bothwell

HOLYOKE

260 Easthampton Rd. Operation Co., LLC
260 Easthampton Road
Mark Partyka

Arts of Politics
4 Open Square Way
Maggie Bergen

Maranata Grocery Store
910 Dwight St.
Carlos M. Oviedo

Tony’s Shop
451 High St.
Virgin Lopez

Value Discount Inc.
369 High St.
Abdul Sattar

LUDLOW

9 to 5 Business Solutions
1 Swan Ave.
Carmina Fernandes

Biermann Plumbing & Heating
23 Oregon Road
Kevin J. Biermann

Larry’s Auto Body
340 West St.
Craig Gridley

Steve Santos Landscaping
16 Palmer St.
Stephen Santos

NORTHAMPTON

City Sports Grille
525 Pleasant St.
Bowl New England Inc.

 

Computronics
69 Drewson Dr.
Robert C. Staples

Delap Real Estate LLC
158 North King St.
Dennis J. Delap

J.W. Pottery
2 Conz St.
Jennifer J. Wiseman

Intended Action Life Coaching
66 West St.
Elizabeth Golden

Kommineni Art Glass
1 Bratton Court
Rajesh Kommineni

PALMER

Universal Construction
58 Olney Road
Patrick J. Cavanaugh

SOUTH HADLEY

Bella Vita Full Service Salon & Spa
491 Granby Road
Thomas Williams

SOUTHWICK

Spike’s Custom Design
280 College Highway
Larry Pelletier

SPRINGFIELD

2gb Entertainment
147 Leyfred Terr.
Jerome B. Riley

Black Diamond Transport
1801 Page Boulevard
Lewis A. Crapser

Daly Appraisal Services
40 Bangor St.
James M. Daly

Deliso Financial & Insurance
1537 Main St.
Jean Marie Deliso

Dieni Property Services
23 Chilson St.
Jason M. Dieni

Dogg Shop Music Spot
463 State St.
Harry Valentin

Executive K9
87 Hanson St.
Michael Kitchen

Gator Jazz Enterprises
63 Green Lane
Walter D. Woodgett

Gaudino’s
99 Union St.
Charles Pasquale

Global Ventures Inc.
56 Narragansett St.
Younes Bakr

Gonzalez Market
520-524 Chestnut St.
Pedro Gonzalez

Integral Services
272 Main St.
Frederick Maravanyika

Jackson & Mayers Investment
53 Thompson St.
Karla Lynn Jackson

Joseph Realty
90 Allen St.
Stanley Joseph

Kara
1500 Main St.
Diane Evans

Kennedy Construction
110 Mary Coburn Road
Thomas X. Kennedy

Le Sparkle Cleaning Services
53B Lawndale St.
Sandra Barnett

WESTFIELD

Brazee Finance
135 North Elm St.
Joyce Brazee

Chad’s Oasis
12 School St.
Kristen Rigg

CollegePrepExpress
38 Thomas St.
Michael Youmans Ph.D

Michael Mottola Electric
15 Western Circle
Michael Mottola

Stop & Go
35 Mill St.
Nuzhat Aziz

Quick Food
358 Southwick Road
Tehseen Begum

WEST SPRINGFIELD

Corner Pantry
723 Main St.
Iqbal Murtaza

Gooseberry Skin Care
448 Gooseberry Road
Debra Jean Cunningham

Homestead Improvement Service
58 Homestead Ave.
John Sherman

Letlong Labor Service
455 Union St.
Hong V. Tram

Ready Motors
2405 Westfield Road
Victor Meyko

Rocky’s West Side Wheel and Frame
44 Mulberry St.
Ewect Inc.

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Departments People on the Move

Thomas Newton

Thomas Newton

Thomas Newton recently joined the South Hadley-based advertising and marketing firm Allen Media Inc., as a Relationship Manager. Newton has customer-service skills and a background as a marketing and sales executive, and will work directly with clients to optimize their presence in the market by applying his expertise in marketing, branding, advertising, and communications. Previously, Newton was Vice President of Marketing and Operations at Point Software Inc. in East Longmeadow; Regional Marketing and Promotions Manager at Comcast Spotlight in Bloomfield, Conn.; Director of Marketing & Promotions at Saga Communications in East Longmeadow; and other senior management positions at Charter Communications, Starz/Encore Networks, and Continental Cablevision.
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Kevin O’Donnell

Kevin O’Donnell

BerkshireBanc Investment Services, an affiliate of Berkshire Bank, announced the promotion of Kevin O’Donnell, CFP to Vice President. O’Donnell is a Financial Advisor with Commonwealth Financial Network, and started with Berkshire Bank’s trust department in April 2006 as an Investment Representative. In 2011, he was promoted to Financial Consultant/Associate Vice President at BerkshireBanc Investment Services. O’Donnell has logged more than 15 years of experience advising clients as a financial advisor at Bank of America Investments, UBS Financial Services, and Merrill Lynch. O’Donnell, who was recently named a “Top Next Gen Independent Broker/Dealer Advisor” for 2014 by REP magazine, graduated from Fairfield University’s School of Business with a BS in management, holds the FINRA Series 7, 31, 63, and 65 securities registrations, and has earned the Certified Financial Planner certification. He holds life, accident, and health insurance licenses.
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Dakin Humane Society recently welcomed two new members to its Board of Directors:
Jean Deliso is President and Owner of Deliso Financial & Insurance Services, which specializes in comprehensive financial planning. A member of New York Life’s Chairman’s Council and a consistent qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table, Deliso is a 2013 Court of the Table Member and a member of the Chairman’s Council. She is a graduate of Bentley College; and
Michael Simolo is an Estate Planning and Business Attorney at Robinson Donovan, P.C. Simolo, a graduate of Cornell Law School, has worked as an estate-planning, estate-administration, probate-litigation, and business attorney since 2003. With Robinson Donovan, P.C. since 2009, Simolo is a frequent speaker on estate-planning issues and is the president of the Pioneer Valley Estate Planning Council.
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Inspired Marketing recently announced the following changes at the Agawam-based marketing and events-planning firm.
Jill Monson-Bishop, CIO-Chief Inspiration Officer, was recently chosen to serve on one of Springfield City Council President Michael Fenton’s new ad-hoc committees, the Workforce Development Committee;
• Stephanie Killian has been promoted to Senior Event Planner and Project Manager. She began with Inspired Marketing as an intern and has four years experience planning corporate events. Her specialties include nonprofit and corporate event management, creative marketing solutions, media planning/buying, and organization. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications with a concentration in event planning from Bridgewater State University;
Lauren Mendoza has been hired as Executive Administrator and Event Assistant. Mendoza was previously with United Personnel and joined the Inspired Marketing team at the beginning of 2014. A graduate of UMass Amherst, she has a degree in business and management. She specializes in general project support, editing and proofing, media relations, and event assistance; and
• The 2014 Advisory Board structured to advance growth of the company includes the following board members: Michael Fenton, Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, P.C.; David Ference, TD Bank; Nick Gelfand, NRF Real Estate; Bill Horowitz, AdviCoach Business Advisers; Regina Jasak, Jasak Independent Insurance; Scott Monson, Rock 102/Lazer 99.3; Marybeth O’Meara, Comcast; David Smith, H.L. Dempsey; Pamela Thornton, United Personnel; and Michael Weber, Minuteman Press.
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Jordan Diaz was recently named Information Technology Coordinator at Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. Diaz will be responsible for tech support, computer inventory maintenance, and software/operating system upgrades. He works with Paragus Strategic IT to keep MBK on the cutting edge of the industry’s cloud-computing management system. Previously, Diaz worked as an IT Support Technician at ServiceNet Inc. in Northampton, and has a background in customer service. Diaz attended Springfield Technical Community College and is a CompTIA-certified Network and Security Technician.
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Steve Lowell

Steve Lowell

Monson Savings Bank recently announced that Steve Lowell, President and CEO, was elected to the Steering Committee of the Mass. Financial Education Collaborative (MFEC) and presented at the first annual State House Financial Capability Day on Feb. 27. MFEC is a group of nonprofits, private institutions, government agencies, and other entities from across Massachusetts that was established by former commissioners of the legislatively mandated Mass.Asset Development Commission. This statewide network of innovative organizations works together to increase economic stability in Massachusetts through financial education, personal savings, and access to wealth-building assets such as homes, cars, college educations, and small businesses. Lowell was appointed to the Steering Committee due to his leadership in developing Monson Savings Bank’s robust financial-literacy programs, which include teaching financial literacy in area schools; providing workshops on important financial topics; developing a portfolio of products and services for children, teens, and college students; and the bank’s soon-to-be formally announced partnership with MassSaves.
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Timothy Steffen

Timothy Steffen

Tia Allen

Tia Allen

Northwestern Mutual recently promoted Timothy Steffen to Director of Recruitment and Tia Allen to Campus Recruiter. Steffen has been with Northwestern Mutual since 2010 and was previously the Director of Campus Recruitment. As Director of Recruitment, he is responsible for coordinating and managing all district network office recruiting efforts, and oversees the campus recruiter. He is a UMass graduate. Allen, who joined Northwestern Mutual in May 2012, will lead the internship and recruiting effort as Campus Recruiter. She is a graduate of Worcester State University with a degree in business administration.
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Elizabeth Beaudry

Elizabeth Beaudry

Denise Perkins

Denise Perkins

NUVO Bank & Trust Co., a locally owned, independent, small-business bank in Springfield, recently announced the promotions of Elizabeth Beaudry and Denise Perkins, both with the bank since its opening in 2008. Beaudry, formerly the Senior Commercial Credit Analyst and Information Technology Administrator, now serves as NUVO’s Commercial Credit Officer and Information Technology Officer. She will supervise and review the credit-approval process, evaluate the financial condition of commercial-loan applicants, conduct cash-flow analysis, and assist with administration and maintenance of the bank’s commercial-lending portfolio. Additionally, Beaudry will maintain administrative duties for the bank’s main network and manage day-to-day technology tasks, including all hardware, software, network, and computer-related issues. Beaudry has worked for several local banks, including Woronoco Savings Bank, Westbank, Florence Savings Bank, and Berkshire Bank. She is an alumnus of Bay Path College, where she graduated magna cum laude with a BA in business executive management. Perkins, formerly NUVO Bank’s Corporate Secretary, now serves as the Corporate Administrative Officer. She is in charge of human resources, payroll, shareholder relations, as well as the administration of the board and other corporate-related functions at the bank. With 30 years of banking experience, Perkins’ career began at the Farm Credit Banks of Springfield, and in 1987, she joined the Springfield Institution for Savings (SIS), where she developed and administered a community-relations dropout-prevention program for at-risk youth, which received national attention, as well as leading other educational collaborative partnerships for the bank. In 1994, Perkins joined the Westbank corporate offices as the Executive Assistant to the President. Perkins is an alumnus of Cambridge College, where she completed a graduate studies preparation program.
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The Old Sturbridge Village Board of Trustees recently voted unanimously to extend the contract of the museum’s President and CEO, James Donahue, through June 2017. Donahue’s leadership of the nonprofit organization has been lauded since he began in 2007, due to his ability to prompt significant performance improvements, including stabilizing attendance, increasing education field trips, and fund-raising, positioning the museum for a brighter future. Donahue led the reopening of the historic 10-room Old Sturbridge Inn and 29-room Reeder Family Lodges at the village in 2013, expanding the village’s operations to include museum, dining, retail, and lodging. Donahue was formally recognized for leadership and achievements at the 26th annual Massachusetts Governor’s Conference on Travel and Tourism this past October when he was awarded the Larry D. Meehan Award, presented by Gov. Deval Patrick.
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The Ware-based Positive Path Counseling Center announced that Gary Blanchard has been awarded the Counselor of the Year Award from the Mass. Assoc. of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors. The award is presented annually to an addiction counselor who demonstrates excellence.

40 Under 40 Cover Story The Class of 2017

Announcing the 11th Annual Top Young Business and Community Leaders in Western Massachusetts

40under40-logo2017aA year ago it was a first; now, it would have to be called a trend.

Women again outnumber men within the 40 Under Forty class of 2017, as the photos will reveal, although it’s quite close, actually. But who’s counting?

What people should be counting are the years and the numbers of area residents now in this special club, if you will. That would be 11 and 440, to be exact.

As the profiles (list of links to profiles below) reveal, each story of a 40 Under Forty winner is different and in some way unique, hailing from industries ranging from law to banking; from education to transportation; from media to healthcare — not to mention many others. Many are advancing the work of long-established businesses, while others, with an entrepreneurial bent, created their own opportunities instead of waiting for them to emerge.


40 Under Forty Class of 2017


But there are, as always, some common denominators, including excellence within one’s profession, a commitment to giving back to the community, dedication to family and work/life balance, and a focus on ‘what else’ they do in each of those realms.

The class of 2017 (go HERE for the PDF flipbook), its diversity, and its and individual and collective accomplishments will be celebrated at the annual 40 Under Forty Gala on June 22 at the Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House in Holyoke. A limited number of tables are available, but a number of individual seats and standing-room-only tickets are still available.

The gala will also feature the announcement of the winner of the third annual Continued Excellence Award, a recognition program that salutes the 40 Under Forty honoree who has most impressively added to their résumé of accomplishments in the workplace and within the community, as chosen by a panel of judges.

Speaking of judges, we thank those who scored the more than 150 nominations for this year’s 40 Under Forty competition (see story HERE). They are:

Ken Albano, managing partner of the Springfield-based law firm Bacon Wilson;
Jean Deliso, CFP, president and owner of Deliso Financial Services;
Samalid Hogan, director of the western regional office of the Mass. Small Business Development Center Network and member of the 40 Under Forty class of 2013;
Patrick Leary, partner at the Springfield-based accounting firm Moriarty & Primack and member of the 40 Under Forty class of 2017; and
Matt Sosik, president and CEO of bankESB.

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Photography for this special section by Leah Martin Photography

This is the second class of Women of Impact, a new recognition program created by BusinessWest to recognize individuals who are making a difference in this community and tell stories that need to be told.

This is a diverse class of winners, in every sense of that phrase, but especially when it comes to the manner in which they’re making an impact, whether it’s through public service, turning around a nonprofit, connecting individuals with opportunities to serve their communities, managing a school system, mentoring entrepreneurs, helping individuals and families find financial security, running a successful business, or donating time and talent to area nonprofits and institutions.

• Tricia Caravan, President, United Personnel
• Carol Moore Cutting, President, CEO, General Manager, Cutting Edge Broadcasting
• Jean Deliso, Principal, Deliso Financial Services
• Ellen Freyman, Partner, Shatz, Schwartz & Fentin, P.C.
• Mary Hurley, Massachusetts Governor’s Councilor
• Lydia Martinez-Alvarez, Assistant Superintendent, Springfield Public Schools
• Suzanne Parker, Executive Directer, Girls Inc. of the Valley.
• Katherine Putnam, Managing Director, Golden Seeds

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Keynote Speaker

Lisa Tanzer, president of Life is Good, has over 25 years of consumer brand experience. Prior to becoming president, Lisa served as the company’s head of Marketing after spending over 20 years on the board of directors of the Life is Good Kids Foundation. She’s held executive positions in the entertainment, ecommerce, and education sectors. Earlier in her career, Lisa held marketing and strategy roles at Hasbro, Staples, The Gillette Company, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She received her BA from Tufts University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Co-emcee

Taylor Knight joined 22News in July of 2018 as a multimedia journalist. Currently, Taylor is the co-anchor of the 22News weekday morning newscasts and a reporter for the 22News I-Team.  Before arriving in Springfield, Taylor was a reporter for FiOS1 News in New Jersey. Taylor began her career as a multimedia journalist in Connecticut, covering news and sports in Fairfield County.  Taylor earned her B.A. in broadcast journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia. During college, she interned at WFSB in Connecticut and NBC Sports Philadelphia. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her dog, running, and watching the Philadelphia Eagles. She is excited to now be “Working for You!”

Women in Businesss

Scenes from the Dec. 5 Event

More than 450 people turned out at the Sheraton Springfield on Dec. 5 for BusinessWest’s second annual Women of Impact luncheon. Eight women were honored for their achievements in business and in giving back to the community. The keynote speaker was Lisa Tanzer, president of Life is Good. This year’s honorees are (pictured, left to right):

• Katherine Putnam, managing director of Golden Seeds;

• Carol Moore Cutting, president, CEO, and general manager of Cutting Edge Broadcasting;

• Lydia Martinez-Alvarez, assistant superintendent of Springfield Public Schools;

• Mary Hurley, Massachusets Governor’s Councilor;

• Ellen Freyman, partner at Shatz, Schwartz & Fentin;

• Tricia Canavan, president of United Personnel;

• Jean Deliso, principal with Deliso Financial Services; and

• Suzanne Parker, executive director of Girls Inc. of the Valley.

The Women of Impact program was sponsored by TommyCar Auto Group and Country Bank (presenting sponsors), Comcast Business and Granite State Development (supporting sponsors), New Valley Bank & Trust (speaker sponsor), and WWLP 22 News/CW Springfield (exclusive media sponsor).

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SPRINGFIELDBusinessWest will honor its second annual Women of Impact today, Dec. 5, from 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Sheraton Springfield, One Monarch Place, Springfield. The event is sold out, and media coverage is welcome.

This year’s honorees are:

• Tricia Canavan, president of United Personnel, is a highly successful businesswoman, but she has an impact in many ways, especially in her various efforts to help ensure that individuals possess the skills they need to succeed in the workplace;

• Carol Moore Cutting, president, CEO, and general manager of Cutting Edge Broadcasting, is a successful businesswoman and a role model for women of color across the region. She also epitomizes the hard work, sacrifice, and ability to overcome adversity that is necessary to succeed in business — and in life;

• Jean Deliso, principal with Deliso Financial Services, is also a successful business owner and has spent her career helping individuals, and especially women, become empowered when it comes to financial planning and securing a solid future;

• Ellen Freyman is an accomplished business lawyer, but she would be the first to say the biggest impact she is making concerns helping others, especially women and minorities, get involved in their communities and make an impact themselves.

• Mary Hurley has been a life-long public servant and has made an impact at every stop in her career — as a lawyer, a Springfield city councilor, mayor of the city, District Court judge, and, most recently, as governor’s councilor. At each stop, she has impacted lives in countless ways;

• Lydia Martinez-Alvarez, assistant superintendent of schools in Springfield and the first Hispanic woman to hold that post, is being impactful in many ways, from helping to ensure students can succeed in the workplace after they accept their diplomas to serving as a role model for young women, and especially Hispanic women;

• Suzanne Parker, executive director of Girls Inc., has transformed that agency into a powerful force when it comes to empowering young women and enabling them to seize career opportunities. As a mother and master of the art of balancing life and work, she is also a role model to those girls across the region; and

• Kate Putnam, managing director of Golden Seeds and a successful businesswomen in her own right, is making an impact in several ways, but especially in her efforts to mentor entrepreneurs, and especially women entrepreneurs, helping them attain much-needed capital and grow this region’s entrepreneurship ecosystem.

The Women of Impact Awards Luncheon welcomes Lisa Tanzer, president of Life is Good, as keynote speaker. The Women of Impact program is sponsored by TommyCar Auto Group and Country Bank (presenting sponsors), Comcast Business and Granite State Development (supporting sponsors), New Valley Bank & Trust (speaker sponsor), and WWLP 22 News/CW Springfield (exclusive media sponsor).

Features

‘Passion and Purpose’

Lisa Tanzer says it took her a while to find work she was truly passionate about. But it was well worth the wait and the effort.

“It took me a long while to get here, but I learned along the way that I need to be working every day on something I’m excited about and passionate about,” she said. “You need to do what you love every day and find a way to put passion into what you do.”

This, in a nutshell, is the message Tanzer, president of Life Is Good — a lifestyle brand that now generates more than $100 million in annual revenue and also operates the Life Is Good Kids Foundation — intends to leave with attendees at BusinessWest’s second annual Women of Impact luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 5 at the Sheraton Springfield.

In a phone interview, Tanzer told BusinessWest that Life Is Good provides her passion and purpose not merely because of what it sells or how much it sells, but because of how it spreads the “power of optimism,” as she put it.

Elaborating, she said ‘Life Is Good,’ the slogan placed on a T-shirt along with a smiling face by brothers Bert and John Jacobs as a last-ditch effort to stay in business, has received a great reaction from the public.

“People from all sorts of demographics started resonating with the brand,” she explained. “In the early days, they started to get letters from people who were wearing ‘Life Is Good’ who were facing terrible adversity — illness or loss of a loved one.

“They connected with the positive message of Life Is Good and realized there was more depth to the brand than ‘hey, life is good, enjoy the beach, enjoy the outdoors,’” she went on. “People really needed optimism in their lives and started to understand the power of optimism. So the company became more mission-driven.”

Tanzer’s keynote address will be one of many highlights at the second annual Women of Impact Luncheon, which will honor eight women who are making an impact in different ways. They are:

• Tricia Canavan, president, United Personnel Services;

• Carol Moore Cutting, president, CEO, and general manager, Cutting Edge Broadcasting;

• Jean Deliso, principal, Deliso Financial Services;

• Ellen Freyman, partner, Shatz, Schwartz & Fentin;

• Mary Hurley, Massachusetts Governor’s Councilor;

• Lydia Martinez-Alvarez, assistant superintendent, Springfield Public Schools;

• Suzanne Parker, executive director, Girls Inc. of the Valley; and

• Katherine Putnam, managing director, Golden Seeds.

Tanzer, who speaks to a wide variety of audiences on many topics each year, will bring a broad range of corporate experience to the podium at the Women of Impact event. Indeed, she has more than 25 years of consumer brand experience, working for powerhouse brands such as Hasbro, Staples, Gillette, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Fast Facts

What: The Second Annual Women of Impact Gala
When: Dec. 5, 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Where: Sheraton Springfield, One Monarch Place
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Tanzer, president of Life Is Good
Tickets: $65 (tables of 10 available)
For More Information: Visit HERE or call (413) 781-8600, ext. 100.

Starting very early in her career, though, she started working with nonprofits, especially one founded by a high-school classmate called Project Joy, which helped homeless children find purpose and connection through play.

The talk Tanzer will give at the Women of Impact Luncheon concerns how she determined long ago that she wanted to blend work in the corporate world with “making people happy and providing joy in people’s lives.” And while it was a rather circuitous route and there was a good deal of serendipity along the way, she found all of what she was looking for at Life Is Good.

To hear the full story, you’ll need to be at the Sheraton on Dec. 5. And you should be there to salute the eight outstanding honorees who make up the Women of Impact class of 2019.

The Women of Impact program is sponsored by Country Bank and TommyCar Auto Group (presenting sponsors), Comcast Business and Granite State Developing (supporting sponsors), New Valley Bank & Trust (speaker sponsor), and WWLP 22 News/CW Springfield (media sponsor).

For more information, or to order tickets, call (413) 781-8600, or go HERE.

Opinion

Editorial

When BusinessWest decided a few years back to create a new recognition program to honor women in this region, the next big decision involved assigning a name to this initiative.

‘Women in Business’ would have been the obvious choice, and publications with similar missions and audiences have gone that route. But that would be short-sighted, and it would leave out a good number of women who are making a real difference in this community.

‘Women Leaders’ is another option, and it would certainly work, because these are the individuals that this program was created to identify — and celebrate.

But we chose ‘Women of Impact’ for a reason. When we hear that word ‘impact,’ we think of people who are influencing this region in some way, creating positive change, improving quality of life, and moving the needle on many of the important issues facing society. And while doing that, they may also be very successful in business as well.

We also chose ‘Women of Impact’ because there are countless ways to make an impact in this region — each one of them important in its own way. It was and is our desire to show the variety of ways that people, and especially women, can be impactful. We were quite successful with this assignment in our first year, 2018, and we can say the same for the class of 2019. The stories for this year’s class are unique:

• Tricia Canavan, president of United Personnel, is a highly successful businesswoman, but she is having an impact in many ways, especially in her various efforts to help ensure that individuals possess the skills they need to succeed in the workplace;

• Carol Moore Cutting, president, CEO, and general manager of Cutting Edge Broadcasting, is also a successful businesswoman and a role model for women of color across the region. She also epitomizes the hard work, sacrifice, and the ability to overcome adversity that is necessary to succeed in business — and in life;

• Jean Deliso, principal with Deliso Financial Services, is also a successful business owner and has spent her career helping individuals, and especially women, become empowered when it comes to financial planning and securing a solid future;

• Ellen Freyman is an accomplished business lawyer, but she would be the first to tell you the biggest impact she is making concerns helping others, especially women and minorities, get involved in their communities and make an impact themselves.

• Mary Hurley has been a life-long public servant and has made an impact at every stop in her career — as a lawyer, a Springfield city councilor, mayor of the city, District Court judge, and, most recently, as governor’s councilor. At each stop, she has impacted lives in countless ways;

• Lydia Martinez-Alvarez, assistant superintendent of schools in Springfield and the first Hispanic woman to hold that post, is being impactful in many ways, from helping to ensure students can succeed in the workplace after they accept their diplomas to serving as a role model for young women, and especially Hispanic women;

• Suzanne Parker, executive director of Girls Inc., has transformed that agency into a powerful force when it comes to empowering young women and enabling them to seize career opportunities. As a mother and master of the art of balancing life and work, she is also a role model to those girls across the region; and

• Kate Putnam, managing director of Golden Seeds and a successful businesswomen in her own right, is making an impact in several ways, but especially in her efforts to mentor entrepreneurs, and especially women entrepreneurs, helping them attain much-needed capital and grow this region’s entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Eight stories. Far more than eight ways to have an impact on this region and the people who call it home. This is why we created a new recognition program and why we chose this name. And that’s also why the class of 2019 is worthy of celebration.

Cover Story Event Galleries Women of Impact 2019

Scenes from the Dec. 5th Luncheon

 

This is the second class of Women of Impact, a new recognition program created by BusinessWest to recognize individuals who are making a difference in this community and tell stories that need to be told.

This is a diverse class of winners, in every sense of that phrase, but especially when it comes to the manner in which they’re making an impact, whether it’s through public service, turning around a nonprofit, connecting individuals with opportunities to serve their communities, managing a school system, mentoring entrepreneurs, helping individuals and families find financial security, running a successful business, or donating time and talent to area nonprofits and institutions.

Join us as we celebrate them on Dec. 5 at the Sheraton Springfield. We invite you to come and applaud these truly impactful women.

Photos by Dani Fine Photography

The Women of Impact for 2019 are:

Tricia Canavan

President, United Personnel Services

Carol Moore Cutting

President, CEO, and general manager, Cutting Edge Broadcasting

Jean Deliso

Principal, Deliso Financial Services

Ellen Freyman

Partner, Shatz, Schwartz & Fentin

Mary Hurley

Massachusetts Governor’s Councilor

Lydia Martinez-Alvarez

Assistant superintendent, Springfield Public Schools

Suzanne Parker

Executive director, Girls Inc. of the Valley

Katherine Putnam

Managing director, Golden Seeds

Event Information

Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019
Time: 11 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
Tickets: ON SALE NOW $65/person; $650/table of 10
Location: Sheraton Springfield, One, Monarch Place, Springfield, MA 01144
For more information: Call (413) 781-8600 x100 or email at [email protected]

 

THE 2019 WOMEN OF IMPACT AWARDS LUNCHEON IS SOLD OUT

Keynote Speaker

Lisa Tanzer, president of Life is Good, has over 25 years of consumer brand experience. Prior to becoming president, Lisa served as the company’s head of Marketing after spending over 20 years on the board of directors of the Life is Good Kids Foundation. She’s held executive positions in the entertainment, ecommerce, and education sectors. Earlier in her career, Lisa held marketing and strategy roles at Hasbro, Staples, The Gillette Company, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She received her BA from Tufts University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Co-emcee

Taylor Knight joined 22News in July of 2018 as a multimedia journalist. Currently, Taylor is the co-anchor of the 22News weekday morning newscasts and a reporter for the 22News I-Team.  Before arriving in Springfield, Taylor was a reporter for FiOS1 News in New Jersey. Taylor began her career as a multimedia journalist in Connecticut, covering news and sports in Fairfield County.  Taylor earned her B.A. in broadcast journalism at Temple University in Philadelphia. During college, she interned at WFSB in Connecticut and NBC Sports Philadelphia. In her free time, Taylor enjoys spending time with her dog, running, and watching the Philadelphia Eagles. She is excited to now be “Working for You!”

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• June 5: ACCGS June Business@Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union at Springfield College, 263 Alden St., Springfield. Guest speaker will be Kirk Smith, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Springfield, speaking on “A New Way of Doing the Business of a Nonprofit: The Importance of Being VIVID!” Salute to Richard Flynn for his service as president of Springfield College as he leaves the college after 14 years to enjoy retirement. Also to be saluted will be O&G Industries, celebrating 90 years in business. Chief Greeter: John Doleva, president and CEO of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Season Pass Sponsor: Freedom Credit Union; Season Sign Sponsor: FastSigns; Speaker Sponsor: Jewish Geriatric Services; Coffee Bar Sponsor: Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C.; Table Sponsor: La Quinta Inn and Suites. Cost is $20 for members, $30 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 7: “Small Business and the Affordable Care Act — What’s Coming?” noon-1:30 p.m., at Ludlow Country Club, 1 Tony Lema Dr., Ludlow. A panel of experts will discuss the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the regional business community and economy at the East of the River Five Town Chamber of Commerce (ERC5) Annual Meeting. Panelists will include Rick Lord, president of Associated Industries of Massachusetts; Peter Straley, president of Health New England; Steven Bradley, vice president of Government, Community Relations, and Public Affairs for Baystate Health; and David Leslie, controller for Glenmeadow Retirement Community. Cost is $20 for members, $30 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 12: Viva Las Chamber!, the June After-5, 5-7 p.m., at Chez Josef, 176 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam. Cost is $5 for members, $10 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 26: ACCGS Annual Meeting, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Sheraton Springfield, 1 Monarch Place, Springfield. Featured speaker will be James T. Brett, president and CEO of the New England Council, New England’s voice of business on Capitol Hill. The chamber will also announce this year’s Richard J. Moriarty Citizen of the Year. Cost is $40 for members, $60 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].

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(413) 594-2101

• June 5: Annual Golf Tournament, 10 a.m. start, at Chicopee Country Club. Cost is $125 per golfer; $100 for tee sponsorship. Hole-in-one sponsors: Curry Honda-Curry Nissan and Teddy Bear Pools & Spas. Cart sponsor: Pilgrim Interiors Inc.

FRANKLIN COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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(413) 773-5463

• June 21: 94th Annual Meeting and Legislative Breakfast, 7:30-9 a.m. at Eaglebrook School in Deerfield. State representatives and senators have been invited to speak. Cost is $12 for FCCC members, $15 for non-members.

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(413) 527-9414

• June 13: Networking By Night Business Card Exchange, 5-7 p.m. Hosted by Freedom Credit Union and Wireless Zone, 422 Main St., Easthampton. Enjoy hors d’ouevres, host beer and wine, and door prizes. Tickets are $5 for members, $15 for future members.
• July 26: 29th Annual Golf Tournament, starting at 9 a.m., at Southampton Country Club. Reserve now before the event sells out. Cost is $400 per team. Tee sponsorships available for $75 and $125. Contact the chamber to sign up a team or arrange a tee sponsor, a raffle prize, or gift donation.

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• June 19: Chamber Business Connections, 5-7 p.m., Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, 100 Bigelow St., Holyoke. Sponsored by Northeast IT Systems and Westfield Bank. If you are in the IT/computer equipment, software, or sales industry, please attend as the chamber’s guest. Cost is $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members. Join your friends and colleagues for this informal evening of networking.
• June 20: Ask a Chamber Expert Series: Blueprint Reading, 8:30-10 a.m., Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Conference Room, 177 High St., Holyoke. Cost: $10 for members, $25 for the public, includes a continental breakfast. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up, or register at holyokechamber.com.
• June 26: Summer Recognition Breakfast, 7:30-9 a.m., Yankee Pedlar, 1866 Northampton St., Holyoke. Cost: $20 for members, $25 for the public. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up, or register at holyokechamber.com.

MASSACHUSETTS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
massachusettschamberofcommerce.com
(413) 525-2506

• June 26: Manufacturing Matters Lunch Meeting, at Storrowton Tavern, West Springfield. Tickets are $30 for members, $40 for non-members. For more information on ticket sales, call (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected].
• July 22: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, at Tekoa Country Club, Westfield. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. Cost is $100 per golfer. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, call (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected].
• Nov. 12: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon, 9 a.m., at the Double Tree, Westborough. For more information on ticket sales and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected]

GREATER NORTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.explorenorthampton.com
(413) 584-1900
• June 6: June Arrive @ 5, 5-7 p.m. Hosted and Sponsored by Florence Savings Bank, 85 Main St., Florence. Help us celebrate Florence Savings Bank’s 140th anniversary. Cost is $10 for members. RSVP at [email protected].

NORTHAMPTON AREA YOUNG PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY
www.thenayp.com
(413) 584-1900
• June 12: Nonprofit Board Fair, 5 p.m., at the  Smith College Conference Center. Part of NAYP’s mission is to promote leadership and volunteerism in the next generation of community leaders. The Nonprofit Board Fair will feature more than 20 organizations that are actively seeking the next generation of leaders, and provide opportunities to showcase board, committee, and volunteering opportunities that exist at their nonprofits. The fair offers attendees a chance to hold discussions with more than 20 local nonprofits in one location. Sponsored by Gage-Wiley & Co. Inc. This free event will take the place of NAYP’s June Networking Social, and is open to all community members.

PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CHAMBER
www.professionalwomenschamber.com
(413) 755-1310
• June 6: Women of the Year Celebration Banquet, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Cedars Banquet Hall, 375 Island Pond Road, Springfield. Celebrate the accomplishments of Jean Deliso, president and owner of Deliso Financial and Insurance Services. Cost is $55 per person. For tickets, visit www.myonlinechamber.com or e-mail Cecile Larose at [email protected].

WEST OF THE RIVER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.ourwrc.com
413-426-3880
• June 5: Wicked Wednesday, 5-7 p.m., at Lattitude. Wicked Wednesdays are monthly social events hosted by various businesses and restaurants. These events bring members and non-members together to socially network in a laid-back atmosphere. Free for vhamber members, $10 for non-members. This event is open to the public. Guests must pay at the door if they are non-members. For more information, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or e-mail [email protected].
• June 20: West of the River Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast Meeting, 7-9 a.m. at Chez Josef in Agawam. Tickets are $25 for members, $30 for non-members. Featured speaker: Mark Darren Gregor, business and career coach. Presenting sponsor: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino of New England. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or [email protected].
• August 19: West of the River Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Golf Tournament, at Springfield Country Club, West Springfield. Cost is $125 per golfer. Presenting sponsor: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino of New England. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or email [email protected].

GREATER WESTFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.westfieldbiz.org
(413) 568-1618
• June 10: Mayor’s Coffee Hour, 8-9 p.m., at the Arbors, 40 Court St., Westfield. Mayor Knapik will speak about all that is happening around Westfield and field questions. The event is free and open to the pubic. To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or e-mail [email protected]
• June 12: June WestNet Connection, 5-7 p.m. Hosted by Westfield Bank of Southwick, 462 College Highway, Southwick. An evening of networking; don’t forget your business cards. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Walk-ins are welcome. Tickets: $10 for members, $15 cash for non-members.  To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or e-mail [email protected].
• June 14: June 2013 Chamber Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at Shaker Farms Country Club, 866 Shaker Road, Westfield. Platinum Sponsor: First Niagara. Guest speaker: Steven Grossman, treasurer and receiver general. Anniversary salutes: the Carson Center, 50th; East Mountain Country Club, 50th. Tickets: $25 for members, $30 for non-members. To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or email [email protected].

Chamber Corners Departments

ACCGS
www.myonlinechamber.com
(413) 787-1555
• June 5: ACCGS June Business@Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union at Springfield College, 263 Alden St., Springfield. Guest speaker will be Kirk Smith, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Springfield, speaking on “A New Way of Doing the Business of a Nonprofit: The Importance of Being VIVID!” Salute to Richard Flynn for his service as president of Springfield College as he leaves the college after 14 years to enjoy retirement. Also to be saluted will be O&G Industries, celebrating 90 years in business. Chief Greeter: John Doleva, president and CEO of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Season Pass Sponsor: Freedom Credit Union; Season Sign Sponsor: FastSigns; Speaker Sponsor: Jewish Geriatric Services; Coffee Bar Sponsor: Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C.; Table Sponsor: La Quinta Inn and Suites. Cost is $20 for members, $30 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 7: “Small Business and the Affordable Care Act — What’s Coming?” noon-1:30 p.m., at Ludlow Country Club, 1 Tony Lema Dr., Ludlow. A panel of experts will discuss the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the regional business community and economy at the East of the River Five Town Chamber of Commerce (ERC5) Annual Meeting. Panelists will include Rick Lord, president of Associated Industries of Massachusetts; Peter Straley, president of Health New England; Steven Bradley, vice president of Government, Community Relations, and Public Affairs for Baystate Health; and David Leslie, controller for Glenmeadow Retirement Community. Cost is $20 for members, $30 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 12: Viva Las Chamber!, the June After-5, 5-7 p.m., at Chez Josef, 176 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam. Cost is $5 for members, $10 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].
• June 26: ACCGS Annual Meeting, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., at the Sheraton Springfield, 1 Monarch Place, Springfield. Featured speaker will be James T. Brett, president and CEO of the New England Council, New England’s voice of business on Capitol Hill. The chamber will also announce this year’s Richard J. Moriarty Citizen of the Year. Cost is $40 for members, $60 general admission. Tickets are available at www.myonlinechamber.com or by e-mailing Cecile Larose at [email protected].

CHICOPEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.chicopeechamber.org
(413) 594-2101
• May 22: Business After Hours, 5-7 p.m., at Berkshire Bank, 1339 Memorial Dr. in Chicopee. For more information, contact the chamber at (413) 594-2101 or e-mail [email protected].
• June 5: Annual Golf Tournament, 10 a.m. start, at Chicopee Country Club. Cost is $125 per golfer; $100 for tee sponsorship. Hole-in-one sponsors: Curry Honda-Curry Nissan and Teddy Bear Pools & Spas. Cart sponsor: Pilgrim Interiors Inc.

FRANKLIN COUNTY
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.franklincc.org
(413) 773-5463
• June 21: 94th Annual Meeting and Legislative Breakfast, 7:30-9 a.m. at Eaglebrook School in Deerfield. State representatives and senators have been invited to speak. Cost is $12 for FCCC members, $15 for non-members.

GREATER EASTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.easthamptonchamber.org
(413) 527-9414
• June 13: Networking By Night Business Card Exchange, 5-7 p.m. Hosted by Freedom Credit Union and Wireless Zone, 422 Main St., Easthampton. Enjoy hors d’ouevres, host beer and wine, and door prizes. Tickets are $5 for members, $15 for future members.
• July 26: 29th Annual Golf Tournament, starting at 9 a.m., at Southampton Country Club. Reserve now before the event sells out. Cost is $400 per team. Tee sponsorships available for $75 and $125. Contact the chamber to sign up a team or arrange a tee sponsor, a raffle prize, or gift donation.

GREATER HOLYOKE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.holycham.com
(413) 534-3376
• May 21: Chamber Business Connections, 5-7 p.m. Sponsored and hosted by Sovereign Consulting, 4 Open Square Way, Suite 307. If you are in the architecture, engineering, or development industry, please attend as the chamber’s guest. Cost is $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members. Presented by the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Committee. Join your friends and colleagues for this informal evening of networking.
• May 29: Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, 5 p.m., at the Delaney House in Holyoke. Program followed by grand reception, including the Fifield Awards. Sponsored by the Greater Holyoke Chamber Corporate Leaders. Cocktails from 5 to 5:30; annual meeting, 5:30; dinner begins at 6. Admission: $30 in advance, $40 at the door. Open to the public. The chamber will also honor chamber member retirees Rosalie Deane, Holyoke Housing Authority; David Dupont, superintendent of Holyoke Public Schools; and John Kelley, People’s United Bank.
• June 19: Chamber Business Connections, 5-7 p.m., Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, 100 Bigelow St., Holyoke. Sponsored by Northeast IT Systems and Westfield Bank. If you are in the IT/computer equipment, software, or sales industry, please attend as the chamber’s guest. Cost is $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members. Join your friends and colleagues for this informal evening of networking.
• June 20: Ask a Chamber Expert Series: Blueprint Reading, 8:30-10 a.m., Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Conference Room, 177 High St., Holyoke. Cost: $10 for members, $25 for the public, includes a continental breakfast. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up, or register at holyokechamber.com.
• June 26: Summer Recognition Breakfast, 7:30-9 a.m., Yankee Pedlar, 1866 Northampton St., Holyoke. Cost: $20 for members, $25 for the public. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up, or register at holyokechamber.com.

MASSACHUSETTS
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(413) 525-2506
• June 26: Manufacturing Matters Lunch Meeting, at Storrowton Tavern, West Springfield. Tickets are $30 for members, $40 for non-members. For more information on ticket sales, call (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected].
• July 22: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, at Tekoa Country Club, Westfield. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. Cost is $100 per golfer. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, call (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected].
• Nov. 12: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon, 9 a.m., at the Double Tree, Westborough. For more information on ticket sales and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 525-2506 or e-mail [email protected]

GREATER NORTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.explorenorthampton.com
(413) 584-1900
• June 6: June Arrive @ 5, 5-7 p.m. Hosted and Sponsored by Florence Savings Bank, 85 Main St., Florence. Help us celebrate Florence Savings Bank’s 140th anniversary. Cost is $10 for members. RSVP at [email protected].

NORTHAMPTON AREA YOUNG PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY
www.thenayp.com
(413) 584-1900
• June 12: Nonprofit Board Fair, 5 p.m., at the  Smith College Conference Center. Part of NAYP’s mission is to promote leadership and volunteerism in the next generation of community leaders. The Nonprofit Board Fair will feature more than 20 organizations that are currently and actively seeking the next generation of leaders, and provide opportunities to showcase board, committee, and volunteering opportunities that exist at their nonprofits. The fair offers attendees a chance to hold discussions with more than 20 local nonprofits in one location. Sponsored by Gage-Wiley & Co. Inc. This event will take the place of NAYP’s June Networking Social, and is open for all community members at no cost.

PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CHAMBER
www.professionalwomenschamber.com
(413) 755-1310
• June 6: Women of the Year Celebration Banquet, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Cedars Banquet Hall, 375 Island Pond Road, Springfield. Celebrate the accomplishments of Jean Deliso, president and owner of Deliso Financial and Insurance Services. Cost is $55 per person. For tickets, visit www.myonlinechamber.com or e-mail Cecile Larose at [email protected].

WEST OF THE RIVER
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.ourwrc.com
413-426-3880
• June 5: Wicked Wednesday, 5-7 p.m., at Lattitude. Wicked Wednesdays are monthly social events hosted by various businesses and restaurants. These events bring members and non-members together to socially network in a laid-back atmosphere. Free for vhamber members, $10 for non-members. This event is open to the public. Guests must pay at the door if they are non-members. For more information, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or e-mail [email protected].
• June 20: West of the River Chamber of Commerce Annual Breakfast Meeting, 7-9 a.m. at Chez Josef in Agawam. Tickets are $25 for members, $30 for non-members. Featured speaker: Mark Darren Gregor, business and career coach. Presenting sponsor: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino of New England. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or [email protected].
• August 19: West of the River Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Golf Tournament, at Springfield Country Club, West Springfield. Cost is $125 per golfer. Presenting sponsor: Hard Rock Hotel and Casino of New England. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880 or email [email protected].

GREATER WESTFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.westfieldbiz.org
(413) 568-1618
• June 10: Mayor’s Coffee Hour, 8-9 p.m., at the Arbors, 40 Court St., Westfield. Mayor Knapik will speak about all that is happening around Westfield and field questions. The event is free and open to the pubic. To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or e-mail [email protected]
• June 12: June WestNet Connection, 5-7 p.m. Hosted by Westfield Bank of Southwick, 462 College Highway, Southwick. An evening of networking; don’t forget your business cards. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Walk-ins are welcome. Tickets: $10 for members, $15 cash for non-members.  To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or e-mail [email protected].
• June 14: June 2013 Chamber Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at Shaker Farms Country Club, 866 Shaker Road, Westfield. Platinum Sponsor: First Niagara. Guest speaker: Steven Grossman, treasurer and receiver general. Anniversary salutes: the Carson Center, 50th; East Mountain Country Club, 50th. Tickets: $25 for members, $30 for non-members. To register, call Pam Bussell at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618 or email [email protected].

Chamber Corners Departments

CHICOPEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.chicopeechamber.org
(413) 594-2101.
• May 15: Salute Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at Elms College, 291 Springfield St. in Chicopee. To reserve tickets, contact the chamber at (413) 594-2101 or [email protected].
• May 22: Business After Hours, 5-7 p.m., at Berkshire Bank, 1339 Memorial Dr. in Chicopee. For more information, contact the chamber at (413) 594-2101 or [email protected].

GREATER EASTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.easthamptonchamber.org
(413) 527-9414
• May 9: Networking by Night Business Card Exchange, 5-7 p.m., at Amy’s Place Bar & Grill, 80-82 Cottage St., Easthampton. Sponsored by Easthampton Savings Bank; hors d’ouevres; door prizes; cash bar. Tickets are $5 for members, $15 for future members.
• May 17: Wine & Microbrew Tasting,  6- 9 p.m., at Wyckoff Country Club, 233 Easthampton Road, Holyoke. Enjoy more than 50 wines and microbrews, fine food, and an extraordinary raffle. Major Sponsor: Easthampton Savings Bank; Event Sponsor: Five Star Building Corp.; Wine Sponsor: Westfield Spirit Shop; Microbrew Sponsor: Big E’s Supermarket; Food Sponsor: Log Rolling @ The Log Cabin/Delaney House. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at door. Call (413) 527-9414, or visit or www.easthamptonchamber.org.

GREATER HOLYOKE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.holycham.com
(413) 534-3376.
• May 10: Ask a Chamber Expert Series: Hiring the Right Talent, 8:30- 10 a.m., at the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Conference Room, 177 High St. Join us for our second ACE (Ask a Chamber Expert) event with guest speaker Peter Brunault, senior professional in Human Resources (SPHR) of Employers Association of the NorthEast. Admission: $10 for members, $25 for non-members. Price includes a continental breakfast. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up or register at holyokechamber.com.
• May 15: Legislative Luncheon featuring State Treasurer Steven Grossman, starting at 11:30, at the Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House, 500 Easthampton Road. Sponsored by Dowd Insurance and Goss & McLain Insurance. Admission: payment in advance, $30; payment at door, $40. Open to the public. For reservations call the chamber office at (413) 534-3376, or register online at holyokechamber.com.
• May 20: 45th Annual Chamber Cup 2013 Golf Tournament, at Wyckoff Country Club, 233 Easthampton Road, Holyoke. Registration and lunch at 10:30 a.m. Tee off at noon (scramble format); dinner following the golf with elaborate food stations catered by the Log Cabin. Cost is $125 per player, and includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, cart, and dinner. Dinner only, $25. Winner awards, raffles, and cash prizes follow dinner. Tournament Sponsors: Log Cabin and PeoplesBank. Corporate Sponsors: Dowd Insurance, Goss & McLain Insurance Agency, Holyoke Gas & Electric, Mountain View Landscapes, Holyoke Medical Center, People’s United Bank, and Resnic, Beauregard, Waite & Driscoll. For reservations call the chamber office at (413) 534-3376 or register online at holyokechamber.com.
• May 21: Chamber Business Connections, 5-7 p.m. Sponsored and hosted by Sovereign Consulting, 4 Open Square Way, Suite 307. If you are in the architecture, engineering, or development industries, attend as the chamber’s guest, Cost is $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members. Presented by the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Committee. Join your friends and colleagues for this informal evening of networking.
• May 29: Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, starting at 5 p.m. at the Delaney House in Holyoke. Program followed by a grand reception, including Fifield Awards. Sponsored by the Greater Holyoke Chamber Corporate Leaders. Cocktails from 5 to 5:30 p.m.; annual meeting at 5:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 6. Admission: payment in advance, $30; payment at door, $40. Open to the public. The chamber will also honor chamber member retirees, Rosalie Deane, Holyoke Housing Authority; David Dupont, superintendent of Holyoke Public Schools; and John Kelley, Peoples United Bank.

MASSACHUSETTS
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(413) 525-2506.
• July 22: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament at Tekoa Country Club, Westfield. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. Cost: $100 per golfer.
For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 525-2506, or e-mail to [email protected].

PROFESSSIONAL WOMEN’S CHAMBER
www.professionalwomenschamber.com
(413) 755-1310.
• June 6: Women of the Year Banquet, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Cedars Banquet Hall, 375 Island Pond Road, Springfield. Join us as we honor our Woman of the Year, Jean Deliso, Deliso Financial & Insurance Services To reserve tickets, contact Cecile Larose at [email protected].

WEST OF THE RIVER
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.ourwrc.com
(413) 426-3880
• August 19: West of the River Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Golf Tournament at Springfield Country Club, West Springfield. Cost: $125 per-golfer. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880, or e-mail to [email protected].

GREATER WESTFIELD
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.westfieldbiz.org
(413) 568-1618.
• May 6: Mayor’s Coffee Hour, 8- 9 a.m., at the Holiday Inn Express, 39 Southampton Road, Westfield, MA 01085. Join the chamber and Mayor Dan Knapik for a meet-and-greet about the city. Free and open to the public. To register, call Pam at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].
• May 8: May WestNet Connection, 5- 7 p.m., at Amelia Park Children’s Museum, 29 South Broad St. Sponsor: Westfield YMCA. Cost: Members, $10, non-members, $15cash at the door. To register, call Pam at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].
• May 13: Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce’s 52nd Annual Golf Tournament, at the The Ranch Golf Club, 65 Sunnyside Road, Southwick.
Schedule: 10 a.m., registration/lunch; 11 a.m., shotgun start; 11 a.m.-5 p.m., on-course refreshments; 4 p.m., cocktail hour; 5 p.m., dinner Great Sponsorship opportunities still available. Cost: foursome with dinner, $600; tee sign, $150; dinner only, $35. For sponsorship opportunities, to register or to donate a raffle, contact Pam at the Chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY OF GREATER SPRINGFIELD
www.springfieldyps.com
• May 16: May ‘Third Thursday,’ 5-7 p.m. at Lattitude Restaurant, 1338 Memorial Ave., West Springfield.

Real Estate

The following real estate transactions (latest available) were compiled by Banker & Tradesman and are published as they were received. Only transactions exceeding $115,000 are listed. Buyer and seller fields contain only the first name listed on the deed.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

BERNARDSTON

106 River St.
Bernardston, MA 01337
Amount: $247,900
Buyer: Stephen E. Colby
Seller: Mikolaitis IRT
Date: 01/31/19

CHARLEMONT

127 Main St.
Charlemont, MA 01339
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: 127-128 Main Street RT
Seller: 127 Main Street Realty
Date: 01/31/19

DEERFIELD

39 Keets Road
Deerfield, MA 01342
Amount: $525,000
Buyer: Charles Salzberg RET
Seller: Margaret W. Friedrich RET
Date: 02/01/19

GILL

23 Oak St.
Gill, MA 01354
Amount: $115,000
Buyer: Robert A. Mattson
Seller: Citimortgage Inc.
Date: 01/29/19

GREENFIELD

20 Grinnell St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $599,000
Buyer: Bryan G. Hobbs
Seller: Gary A. Newcomb INT
Date: 01/29/19

153 High St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $232,500
Buyer: CIL Realty Of Mass. Inc.
Seller: Litvak LLC
Date: 01/31/19

21 Meadow Lane
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $222,000
Buyer: Christine A. Koziara
Seller: Sheila M. Graves
Date: 01/30/19

280 Wells St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Michael R. Gullage
Seller: Jeffrey R. Koch
Date: 01/31/19

LEYDEN

151 River Road
Leyden, MA 01337
Amount: $270,000
Buyer: Patrick Colby
Seller: Green River Ridge LLC
Date: 02/05/19

MONTAGUE

36 Crocker Ave.
Montague, MA 01376
Amount: $130,000
Buyer: Greg E. Stacy
Seller: USA VA
Date: 02/01/19

102 East Chestnut Hill Road
Montague, MA 01351
Amount: $251,000
Buyer: Layla Hazen
Seller: Janet L. Ross
Date: 01/30/19

NORTHFIELD

75 Main St.
Northfield, MA 01360
Amount: $350,000
Buyer: Redfoot LLC
Seller: Mitchell R. Damon
Date: 02/01/19

ORANGE

154 Memory Lane
Orange, MA 01364
Amount: $131,500
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Rebecca R. Fisher
Date: 01/31/19

317 Tully Road
Orange, MA 01364
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Barbara Haggett
Seller: Thomas J. Ellsworth
Date: 01/31/19

84 West Myrtle St.
Orange, MA 01364
Amount: $145,900
Buyer: Christopher M. Preisch
Seller: Celia Hastings
Date: 02/01/19

ROWE

30 Old Cyrus Stage Road
Rowe, MA 01367
Amount: $212,000
Buyer: Jillian M. York
Seller: David A. Cousineau
Date: 02/11/19

SHELBURNE

675 Patten Road
Shelburne, MA 01370
Amount: $238,000
Buyer: Trevor L. Woodard
Seller: David E. Chaplin
Date: 01/31/19

SHUTESBURY

294 West Pelham Road
Shutesbury, MA 01072
Amount: $520,000
Buyer: Dean Gendron
Seller: Rick B. Woodruff
Date: 02/08/19

WARWICK

Chestnut Hill Road
Warwick, MA 01364
Amount: $165,000
Buyer: John K. Campaniello
Seller: Robert A. Rivers IRT
Date: 02/01/19

45 West Wilson Road
Warwick, MA 01364
Amount: $165,000
Buyer: John K. Campaniello
Seller: Robert A. Rivers IRT
Date: 02/01/19

HAMPDEN COUNTY

AGAWAM

44 Briarcliff Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $227,000
Buyer: Aaron M. O’Quinn
Seller: Adriane L. Hill
Date: 02/08/19

25 Farmington Circle
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $542,000
Buyer: Johnny Ramos
Seller: Vincenzo Tirone
Date: 01/31/19

89 Harvey Johnson Dr.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Marisa Larese
Seller: Seweryn W. Grabowski
Date: 01/31/19

214 James St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $140,000
Buyer: Joseph D. Valenti
Seller: Jane C. Koenitzer-Siegars
Date: 01/28/19

204 Line St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $217,500
Buyer: Anna C. Critz
Seller: Kevin M. McKay
Date: 01/30/19

22 Memorial Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $180,000
Buyer: Aaron G. Hibbert
Seller: Freda Seymour
Date: 02/01/19

99 Mill St.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Tracy S. Paixao
Seller: Marjorie J. Russell
Date: 01/31/19

145 Raymond Circle
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Janet F. Platosz
Seller: Anthony M. Santaniello
Date: 02/08/19

125 Red Fox Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Jerome J. Penna
Seller: Deborah J. Ward
Date: 01/30/19

19 Scherpa St.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $330,000
Buyer: Hurricane Properties LLC
Seller: Mark S. Naidorf
Date: 02/08/19

51 Valentine St.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Jeremy R. Lopez
Seller: Miriam F. Taupier
Date: 02/08/19

BLANDFORD

Chester Road
Blandford, MA 01008
Amount: $164,000
Buyer: Green Apple Farms 4 LLC
Seller: Richard F. Matulewicz
Date: 02/01/19

2 Maple Lane
Blandford, MA 01008
Amount: $154,000
Buyer: Caleb A. Rowe
Seller: Rory D. Limatainen
Date: 02/01/19

BRIMFIELD

24 5 Bridge Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $245,000
Buyer: Laura Lavallee-Simmons
Seller: Megan T. Henry
Date: 02/01/19

71 East Hill Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $355,000
Buyer: William E. Longe
Seller: James J. Fitzpatrick
Date: 01/31/19

42 Oakwood Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $248,400
Buyer: Jessica C. Papachriston
Seller: William E. Longe
Date: 01/31/19

Palmer Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $550,000
Buyer: Black Swan Meadows LLC
Seller: Robert Christo
Date: 01/29/19

Prospect Hill Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $550,000
Buyer: Black Swan Meadows LLC
Seller: Robert Christo
Date: 01/29/19

CHICOPEE

80 Beaumont Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $161,710
Buyer: Jared Daigle
Seller: Laura K. Bachand
Date: 01/31/19

28 Emerald St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Underpass Holdings LLC
Seller: Bruso, Thomas G., (Estate)
Date: 02/11/19

4 Fanwood Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $187,500
Buyer: Luis M. Mota
Seller: Michelle J. Perlman
Date: 02/11/19

80 Fernhill St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $222,000
Buyer: Seth A. Babiec
Seller: Lorraine Buchanan
Date: 02/08/19

501 Granby Road
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $141,860
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Robert A. Buckley
Date: 02/07/19

30 Saint Jacques Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $131,100
Buyer: Flippin Good Home Buyers
Seller: USA VA
Date: 02/06/19

86 McCarthy Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $146,086
Buyer: Carrington Mortgage Services
Seller: Ricky A. Grover
Date: 01/28/19

36 Melvin St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $140,000
Buyer: Andrew Collier
Seller: FNMA
Date: 01/31/19

468 Montcalm St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $236,000
Buyer: Wendy Moreau
Seller: Walter R. Cuzyk
Date: 01/30/19

179 Nelson St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $315,000
Buyer: William C. Foucher
Seller: Robert A. Arnett
Date: 01/31/19

22 Old Pendleton Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $206,000
Buyer: Erisnaldo N. DosSantos
Seller: Machnik, Edward J. Jr., (Estate)
Date: 01/30/19

29 Sullivan St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $132,020
Buyer: Freedom Mortgage Corp.
Seller: Elizabeth A. Rabtor
Date: 02/08/19

108 West St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $315,000
Buyer: Zhen Y. Dong
Seller: Margarita Plagakis
Date: 01/31/19

EAST LONGMEADOW

71 Bayne St.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $290,000
Buyer: Michael Fois
Seller: Olive Pro LLC
Date: 01/30/19

Bella Vista Dr. #9
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #10
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #11
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #12
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #13
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #14
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #15
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #16
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #17
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #18
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #19
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #20
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #21
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #22
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #23
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #24
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

Bella Vista Dr. #25
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $702,500
Buyer: Bella Vista Holdings RT
Seller: Bella Vista Land Holdings
Date: 02/05/19

137 Fernwood Dr.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $245,000
Buyer: HSBC Bank
Seller: Bernard Shevlin
Date: 01/30/19

39 Lombard Ave.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Robert J. Schroeter
Seller: Michael Verteramo
Date: 01/29/19

14 Merriam St.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Cynthia R. Palmer
Seller: Joseph B. Merton
Date: 01/31/19

43 Pease Road
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $117,600
Buyer: Bank Of America
Seller: Paul J. Quinn
Date: 01/28/19

Pondview Dr. #5A
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Joseph N. Leone
Seller: Joseph Chapdelaine & Sons
Date: 02/08/19

138 Tanglewood Dr.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $430,000
Buyer: Robert A. Arnett
Seller: John F. Malley
Date: 01/31/19

40 Wood Ave.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $142,929
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Melissa A. Banerjee
Date: 02/05/19

HAMPDEN

44 Colony Dr.
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $300,000
Buyer: Rhianna L. Pluciennik
Seller: Michael J. Laviolette
Date: 01/31/19

34 Echo Valley Dr.
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $183,900
Buyer: Mark Hebert
Seller: Lawina, Krystyna M., (Estate)
Date: 01/29/19

106 Martin Farms Road
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $231,725
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Joanne M. DelNegro
Date: 02/01/19

150 Rock A. Dundee Road
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $361,000
Buyer: Country Bank For Savings
Seller: Richard Fredericks
Date: 01/29/19

HOLLAND

2 Clark Road
Holland, MA 01521
Amount: $136,200
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Raymond L. Cratty
Date: 02/01/19

40 Leno Road
Holland, MA 01521
Amount: $276,000
Buyer: Michael Lemay
Seller: James V. Ferraro
Date: 02/12/19

299 Stafford Road
Holland, MA 01521
Amount: $286,000
Buyer: Ryan A. Brassard
Seller: Ralph M. Cook
Date: 02/01/19

HOLYOKE

28-30 Beacon Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $159,900
Buyer: Modesto Melendez
Seller: Ethan S. Powers
Date: 01/31/19

Beaulieu St. #O
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $115,000
Buyer: Jahjan LLC
Seller: Iyad Jamal
Date: 02/04/19

33-35 Brown Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $180,000
Buyer: Reinaldo Cruz
Seller: Natalie Aguirre
Date: 02/08/19

40-42 Carlton St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $143,750
Buyer: Edward Lynch
Seller: Martin F. Fullwood
Date: 02/01/19

80 Carlton St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Lori J. Reipold
Seller: Bridget K. Kugler
Date: 01/30/19

63 Hillview Road
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Angela P. Fontaine
Seller: FNMA
Date: 01/28/19

391 Homestead Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Kathleen M. Lynch
Seller: Trust2u RT
Date: 01/31/19

679 Main St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $115,000
Buyer: Jahjan LLC
Seller: Iyad Jamal
Date: 02/04/19

31 Old Jarvis Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $263,000
Buyer: James S. Wilson
Seller: Wilson, Anne M., (Estate)
Date: 02/12/19

226 Pine St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $129,942
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Gilberto Morales
Date: 02/01/19

206 South St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $194,000
Buyer: Juan P. Buscan-Dutan
Seller: Eileen Farrell
Date: 01/31/19

15 Steven Dr.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Jesse Werth-Johnson
Seller: James S. Wilson
Date: 02/12/19

LONGMEADOW

83 Bliss Road
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $173,000
Buyer: Matthew P. MacDonnell
Seller: Mahoney, Verna H., (Estate)
Date: 01/28/19

86 Cooley Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $208,000
Buyer: 94 Franklin Street LLC
Seller: Marjorie A. O’Connell
Date: 02/05/19

96 Redfern Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $308,000
Buyer: Vincent J. Taylor
Seller: Grammatiki Anderson
Date: 02/04/19

LUDLOW

1st Ave.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $435,000
Buyer: Town Of Ludlow
Seller: Westmass Area Development
Date: 02/08/19

23 Armand St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $237,000
Buyer: Steven J. Mastalerz
Seller: Matthew R. Bettencourt
Date: 02/11/19

17 Chadbourne Circle
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $330,000
Buyer: Julie Eldridge
Seller: Edward R. Cabana
Date: 01/31/19

270 East St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Joachim LLC
Seller: Joaquim Santos
Date: 02/11/19

38 Harris Lane
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $310,000
Buyer: Braidy L. Miarecki
Seller: Derek J. Smolinski
Date: 02/12/19

28 Mountainview St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $340,000
Buyer: Norma L. Theriault
Seller: Elizabeth J. Kessler
Date: 01/31/19

State St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $435,000
Buyer: Town Of Ludlow
Seller: Westmass Area Development
Date: 02/08/19

MONSON

17 Cote Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $152,500
Buyer: Cliste RT
Seller: James D. Keough
Date: 01/29/19

7 Pine St.
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $170,287
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Tracy E. Hermanson
Date: 02/07/19

PALMER

88 Buckland St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Chad Windyka
Seller: Hodson, Eleanore L., (Estate)
Date: 02/07/19

9 Carol St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $189,900
Buyer: Kristie Merrigan
Seller: Norman N. Turner
Date: 02/08/19

192 Emery St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $236,000
Buyer: Kyle R. Schlesinger
Seller: Roger W. Barnes
Date: 01/31/19

4195 High St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Karina C. Levesque
Seller: Paul E. Burns-Johnson
Date: 02/12/19

1194 Thorndike St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $159,900
Buyer: William Lee
Seller: Nasser Chehimi
Date: 02/01/19

SOUTHWICK

93 Bungalow St.
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $182,000
Buyer: Danielle A. Rose
Seller: Robert J. Lefebvre
Date: 01/31/19

40 Congamond Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $157,750
Buyer: Amy L. Crepeau
Seller: Robert J. Horsler
Date: 02/08/19

15 Jeffrey Circle
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $254,000
Buyer: Lauren M. Carpenter
Seller: Paul Tsatsos
Date: 02/11/19

102 Sheep Pasture Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Christopher M. Reagan
Seller: Natalie G. Metz
Date: 02/08/19

156 Vining Hill Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $188,000
Buyer: Johnathan A. Grunwald
Seller: Thomas Grunwald
Date: 02/11/19

76 Will Palmer Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $323,500
Buyer: Landon J. Cannizzaro
Seller: Jeffrey M. Burke
Date: 02/01/19

SPRINGFIELD

97 Arcadia Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $177,900
Buyer: Daisy Perez
Seller: Steven E. Andrew
Date: 02/08/19

11 Arden St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $167,500
Buyer: Keyla Zayas-Rodriguez
Seller: Rebeca L. Denault
Date: 01/31/19

109-111 Ardmore St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $184,000
Buyer: Eustaquio Mendoza
Seller: Elena Acevedo
Date: 02/08/19

61 Ashbrook St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Aaron S. Rathburn
Seller: Tasha J. Ellison
Date: 02/01/19

164 Balboa Dr.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $128,706
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Ogirri, Griselina, (Estate)
Date: 01/28/19

20-24 Baldwin St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Andre Diaz
Seller: R. L. Thomas LLC
Date: 01/30/19

1487 Bay St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $800,000
Buyer: Kayrouz Realty LLC
Seller: PMG New Jersey 2 LLC
Date: 02/08/19

111 Bowles St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Ramon P. DosSantos
Seller: Arnold Construction Inc.
Date: 01/29/19

35 Briarcliff St.
Springfield, MA 01128
Amount: $178,500
Buyer: Roderick A. Coombs
Seller: Nathan J. Mello
Date: 02/05/19

1047 Carew St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Carlos H. Villa
Seller: Oussama M. Awkal
Date: 02/11/19

19 Canterbury Road
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $159,000
Buyer: Rosaida Mercado
Seller: Jason Balut
Date: 01/28/19

236 Connecticut Ave.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $166,000
Buyer: Anthony Gladden
Seller: Rock Ridge TR
Date: 02/11/19

152 Druid Hill Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Daniel R. Daoust
Seller: Lisa M. Liebla
Date: 02/01/19

154 East Allen Ridge Road
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Alison E. Deska
Seller: Frances E. Russell
Date: 01/29/19

23 Eckington St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $210,000
Buyer: A. Mendoza-VonKomarnicki
Seller: Shawn C. Carleton
Date: 01/30/19

227 Gifford St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $150,500
Buyer: Hazel A. Rodriguez
Seller: Basile Realty LLC
Date: 02/01/19

67 Glenham St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $118,900
Buyer: Ditech Financial LLC
Seller: Pedro J. Cruz
Date: 01/28/19

116 Gresham St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $212,400
Buyer: Alexandr Hayden-Ferreira
Seller: Ibis Duo Holdings LLC
Date: 02/05/19

112 Harrow Road
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: TM Rentals LLC
Seller: Lynnette L. Tabin
Date: 02/05/19

603 Hendee St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $750,000
Buyer: FP McNamara Rubbish Removal
Seller: Titeflex Commercial Inc.
Date: 01/29/19

240 Jeffrey Road
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Nodia W. Wright
Seller: Robert F. Gayle
Date: 01/29/19

73 Kensington Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Spring Park Properties
Seller: Hassan Ali
Date: 02/04/19

140 Maebeth St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $167,500
Buyer: Maylenne Rivera
Seller: Brown, Robert W., (Estate)
Date: 02/05/19

157 Magazine St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $145,000
Buyer: Samir Ismaeil
Seller: Edward J. Borlen
Date: 01/31/19

34 Marmon Court
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $216,000
Buyer: Charles Beaupre
Seller: Curtis Miarecki
Date: 01/30/19

20 Mary Louise St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $168,000
Buyer: Victor Tonioli
Seller: David B. Premont
Date: 01/28/19

38-40 Massachusetts Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $199,200
Buyer: Roger Cruz-Cordero
Seller: Ika M. Forrester
Date: 01/31/19

71 Meredith St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $140,000
Buyer: Deutsche Bank
Seller: Roberto Nieves
Date: 01/31/19

112 Merrimac Ave.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Katherine Williams
Seller: Otaniel Luciano
Date: 02/06/19

108 Miller St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $164,000
Buyer: Luz M. Santana
Seller: Damaris S. Camacho
Date: 01/29/19

110 Oak Hollow Road
Springfield, MA 01128
Amount: $272,500
Buyer: Michael Ribeiro
Seller: M&G Property Group LLC
Date: 02/07/19

67 Oakwood Ter.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $130,000
Buyer: Yoshua I. Cotto
Seller: William P. Beville TR
Date: 02/01/19

18 Olive St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $115,000
Buyer: Luis J. Molina
Seller: TRL Realty Services LLC
Date: 01/28/19

436-438 Page Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Terry Jackson
Seller: Mark J. Mancini
Date: 01/28/19

38-40 Parallel St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $251,770
Buyer: Bank New York Mellon
Seller: Roberto J. Bou
Date: 01/29/19

141 Pasco Road
Springfield, MA 01151
Amount: $154,500
Buyer: Steve J. McDaniel
Seller: Niejadlik, Irene M., (Estate)
Date: 01/30/19

129 Pendleton Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $132,300
Buyer: Edeni Colon-Rivera
Seller: Mary Cruz-Martin
Date: 02/08/19

1448 Plumtree Road
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $189,000
Buyer: Luis D. Avila
Seller: Dani J. Sayegh
Date: 02/01/19

150 Senator St.
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $243,000
Buyer: Melissa Barber
Seller: Michael A. Bosworth
Date: 01/31/19

6 South Chatham St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Abbas Youness
Seller: Vazquez, Hiram, (Estate)
Date: 02/08/19

47 Starling Road
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $162,000
Buyer: Luz N. Rivera
Seller: Matthews, Paul R., (Estate)
Date: 01/30/19

963 Sumner Ave.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Joseph Kagoma
Seller: Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity
Date: 01/30/19

74 Treetop Ave.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Lausiere C. Rodriguez
Seller: Janusz M. Kalinowski
Date: 02/08/19

63 Upland St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $134,000
Buyer: Yarelix Alequin
Seller: Arthur Castonguay
Date: 02/11/19

4-6 Van Ness St.
Springfield, MA 01107
Amount: $186,455
Buyer: William E. Smith
Seller: Ricardo Henriquez
Date: 01/29/19

51 Vinton St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Jeffrey Jean-Charles
Seller: Henry Labieniec
Date: 02/04/19

178 Waldorf St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $157,000
Buyer: Trevor Silvio
Seller: Alex O. Owusu
Date: 01/31/19

21 Waverly St.
Springfield, MA 01107
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Farmin H. Choudhury
Seller: Cedar Investment Group
Date: 01/31/19

113-115 Westford Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Birch Properties LLC
Seller: Kelnate Realty LLC
Date: 01/31/19

51 White Oak Road
Springfield, MA 01128
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Phuong M. Nguyen
Seller: Nathan T. Lemay
Date: 02/01/19

160 Winton St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $130,500
Buyer: Gary A. Wickland
Seller: Kathryn E. Schubach
Date: 01/29/19

12 Woodland Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $325,000
Buyer: Marc H. Belliveau
Seller: East Coast Contracting
Date: 02/08/19

108 Woodland Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $199,000
Buyer: Joseph F. Marcoullier
Seller: Lynn M. Giblin
Date: 01/28/19

WALES

23 McBride Road
Wales, MA 01081
Amount: $157,900
Buyer: Stephen Aldrich
Seller: Deutsche Bank
Date: 02/01/19

WEST SPRINGFIELD

174 Chestnut St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $161,500
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Tammy Sexton
Date: 02/01/19

16 City View Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $132,000
Buyer: Abdulrahman Massaee
Seller: Larry W. Lungarini
Date: 01/31/19

55 Cornflower Dr.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $192,500
Buyer: Angel R. Villar
Seller: Evelyn A. Duchesneau
Date: 02/06/19

30 Crestview Dr.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $251,000
Buyer: Atef Ebrahim
Seller: Damber P. Khanal
Date: 01/28/19

92-94 Doty Circle
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Koko Holdings LLC
Seller: Doty, Barbara Ellen, (Estate)
Date: 02/01/19

104 Forest Glen
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $375,000
Buyer: Nathan P. Somers
Seller: Dana L. Ivers
Date: 01/28/19

76 Garden St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $153,000
Buyer: Zina Mohana
Seller: Netania Shapiro
Date: 01/28/19

92 Garden St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $144,320
Buyer: PNC Bank
Seller: Susan L. Benoit
Date: 01/31/19

19 Gregory Lane
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Nikunj Atodariya
Seller: Spear, Raymond N., (Estate)
Date: 02/11/19

238 High Meadow Dr.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $523,000
Buyer: Stephen F. Conca
Seller: Sandra J. Burkhart
Date: 01/30/19

43 Kelso Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Jennifer L. Levesque
Seller: Karen M. Fay
Date: 01/31/19

261 Kings Hwy.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $154,556
Buyer: Saw Construction LLC
Seller: Saw Construction LLC
Date: 02/12/19

76 Lancaster Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Brittany G. Foley
Seller: Harold T. Foley
Date: 02/01/19

94 New Bridge St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $240,000
Buyer: Maksim Reznichenko
Seller: Nikolay Reznichenko
Date: 02/07/19

150 Ohio Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $320,000
Buyer: Luis A. Ureta
Seller: Stephen Conca
Date: 01/30/19

38 Rogers Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Jeremy Fay
Seller: Patience A. O’Connor
Date: 01/31/19

25 Summer St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $187,500
Buyer: Hann Realty Berkshire LLC
Seller: Frank Demaio
Date: 01/31/19

128 Van Horn St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $223,000
Buyer: Erin H. Placey
Seller: Dion L. Berte
Date: 01/29/19

48 West School St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $120,500
Buyer: Sergey Kucherenko
Seller: Alexander Savini
Date: 01/31/19

1708 Westfield St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Falah AlDainy
Seller: Ahmed N. Abbas
Date: 02/08/19

67 Wilder Ter.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Thomas Mirolli
Seller: Kathryn Maloney
Date: 01/28/19

132 Wolcott Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Carlee Santaniello
Seller: Carmino J. Santaniello
Date: 02/06/19

WESTFIELD

44 Delancy St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: VRS Transpark LLC
Seller: NH 3 Corp.
Date: 01/31/19

19 Forest Ave.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $156,000
Buyer: Yuriy N. Gavrilov
Seller: Wilmington Savings
Date: 01/30/19

308 Hillside Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $124,607
Buyer: Keybank
Seller: Edward J. Haracz
Date: 02/05/19

154 King St. Ext.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $214,500
Buyer: John F. O’Donoghue
Seller: David K. Miller
Date: 02/08/19

9 Leonard Ave.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Joseph A. Heckman
Seller: Joseph G. Flahive
Date: 01/31/19

9 Lockhouse Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $252,000
Buyer: Ryan Henrichon
Seller: Westside Housing Inc.
Date: 01/29/19

10 Lynnwood Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $189,500
Buyer: Stephanie A. Wiater
Seller: Ruth Furlani
Date: 02/08/19

9 Prospect St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $205,001
Buyer: Scott A. Kring
Seller: Timothy Reynolds
Date: 02/07/19

30 Rosedell Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $162,000
Buyer: Ana Mata
Seller: FNMA
Date: 02/04/19

100 Steiger Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $237,000
Buyer: Kara Dominik-Torres
Seller: Tammy Guagliardo
Date: 01/31/19

171 Susan Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $229,475
Buyer: Oleksandr Moshkivsky
Seller: Christopher T. Voudren
Date: 01/28/19

87 Wildflower Circle
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $330,000
Buyer: Michael P. Sadowski
Seller: Gary J. Kerr
Date: 02/06/19

WILBRAHAM

6 Daniele Dr.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: David J. Hauver
Seller: Benjamin Jackson
Date: 01/29/19

22 Decorie Dr.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Gregory R. Heineman
Seller: Philip R. Asselin
Date: 01/31/19

14 Devonshire Dr.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $189,900
Buyer: Robert Colbath
Seller: Wells Fargo Bank
Date: 01/28/19

527 Ridge Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $202,500
Buyer: Clement J. Deliso
Seller: Joseph Chapdelaine & Sons
Date: 01/30/19

7 Southwood Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $385,000
Buyer: Michael Bosworth
Seller: Jean I. Davis
Date: 01/31/19

7 Willow Brook Lane
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $629,000
Buyer: Meghan Kelly
Seller: Custom Homes Development Group
Date: 02/07/19

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

AMHERST

563 Bay Road
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $325,000
Buyer: Robert J. Dullea
Seller: Patrick J. O’Connor
Date: 02/01/19

21 Hartman Road
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Elizabeth Donnelly-Caban
Seller: Larissa Schwartz
Date: 02/04/19

106 Pelham Road
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Norman N. Paradise
Seller: Robert J. Dullea
Date: 02/01/19

65 Stagecoach Road
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $300,000
Buyer: Daniel J. Thibodeau
Seller: Christiane V. Norton LT
Date: 01/31/19

BELCHERTOWN

247 Allen Road
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $179,000
Buyer: Nicole A. Miner
Seller: US Bank
Date: 01/29/19

14 Jasons Way
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $418,000
Buyer: Kyle C. Bate
Seller: Lexicon Government Services
Date: 02/07/19

17 Pine Brook Dr.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Alanna M. Lynch
Seller: Jeremy A. Dunn
Date: 02/08/19

256 Old Enfield Road
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $280,000
Buyer: Brenda J. Kruse
Seller: David M. Bressette
Date: 01/29/19

680 South Washington St.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $360,000
Buyer: Paul E. Kessler
Seller: Whisperwood LLC
Date: 01/31/19

CUMMINGTON

Porter Hill Road
Cummington, MA 01026
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: William R. Hoehne
Seller: William F. Adams
Date: 02/05/19

EASTHAMPTON

24 Highland Ave.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $310,000
Buyer: Bunthy Teng
Seller: Christine G. Hagan
Date: 01/30/19

5-11 Irving St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $360,000
Buyer: SW Realty Properties LLC
Seller: Stephen P. Mumblow
Date: 01/31/19

41 Pomeroy St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Frances M. Banas
Date: 02/01/19

GRANBY

108 East St.
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $140,500
Buyer: Annette Kumiega
Seller: Deutsche Bank
Date: 01/29/19

286 East State St.
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $280,000
Buyer: Robert J. Kndel
Seller: Donald J. Piquette
Date: 02/12/19

54 Ferry Hill Road
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $329,500
Buyer: Matthew J. Rudnik
Seller: Catherine E. Merritt
Date: 02/08/19

HADLEY

146 Hockanum Road
Hadley, MA 01035
Amount: $354,900
Buyer: Denise E. Barstow
Seller: David J. Barstow
Date: 01/31/19

118 Rocky Hill Road
Hadley, MA 01035
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Valerie A. Wentzel
Seller: Papageorge, John C., (Estate)
Date: 01/31/19

HATFIELD

125 Elm St.
Hatfield, MA 01038
Amount: $430,000
Buyer: DBL Real Estate LLC
Seller: Mark C. Oliver
Date: 01/29/19

9 King St.
Hatfield, MA 01038
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Peter J. Zebrowski
Seller: John P. Klepacki
Date: 02/07/19

108 Straits Road
Hatfield, MA 01038
Amount: $650,000
Buyer: Modestow Vineyards LLC
Seller: Duval Logging LLC
Date: 02/12/19

NORTHAMPTON

Burts Pit Road
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $700,000
Buyer: GGB Massachusetts Land
Seller: Jonathan R. Goldsmith
Date: 02/01/19

Ryan Road
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $700,000
Buyer: GGB Massachusetts Land
Seller: Jonathan R. Goldsmith
Date: 02/01/19

7 Walnut St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Christopher M. Reinhart
Seller: Urszula Aseltine
Date: 02/04/19

271 West Farms Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $215,625
Buyer: Rhonda L. Gero
Seller: Reil, Dorothy J., (Estate)
Date: 01/31/19

44 Winterberry Lane
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $525,000
Buyer: Burt Snover
Seller: Terry J. Minnick
Date: 01/31/19

21 Woodbridge St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $408,000
Buyer: Brett M. Merrill
Seller: Ronald C. Baldwin
Date: 02/11/19

PLAINFIELD

71 Gloyd St.
Plainfield, MA 01070
Amount: $256,000
Buyer: Michele V. Ragston
Seller: Norman Gordon
Date: 01/31/19

SOUTH HADLEY

21 Maple St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $135,000
Buyer: Theresa M. Magrath
Seller: Janice A. Harris
Date: 02/01/19

SOUTHAMPTON

54 Coleman Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $283,000
Buyer: Christopher Harris
Seller: Peter M. Crisafulli
Date: 01/28/19

124 Fomer Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $229,900
Buyer: Preferred Property Management
Seller: Ruby Realty LLC
Date: 01/31/19

23 Gunn Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $270,000
Buyer: Eric J. Kugler
Seller: Paul F. Plourd
Date: 02/01/19

18 Lynn Dr.
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $237,000
Buyer: Kelsey P. Downer
Seller: Tertia M. Hammond
Date: 02/08/19

32 Old County Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $430,000
Buyer: Mark T. Delisle
Seller: Cary I. Layman
Date: 02/05/19

124 White Loaf Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $271,000
Buyer: Joseph S. Jarosz
Seller: Joanne P. Schmidt
Date: 02/11/19

WARE

208 Belchertown Road
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Foster S. Patch
Seller: Reaching Heights LLC
Date: 01/29/19

21 Dugan Road
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $279,000
Buyer: Marcus A. Mirabile
Seller: James P. Talarico
Date: 02/05/19

20 Eddy St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $137,000
Buyer: Melissa J. Vasquez
Seller: Manomednet LLC
Date: 02/05/19

108 Fisherdick Road
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $336,400
Buyer: Toryn Lane
Seller: Christopher Eldridge
Date: 01/31/19

267 Osborne Road
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $159,000
Buyer: Jeffery S. Vincent
Seller: Beverly A. Allard
Date: 02/05/19

104 Pleasant St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $175,000
Buyer: Kristie L. Allen
Seller: Della Ripa Real Estate
Date: 01/30/19

38 West Main St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $120,000
Buyer: Sherry A. Starrett
Seller: Lisa Rodrigues
Date: 02/01/19

WILLIAMSBURG

138 Main St.
Williamsburg, MA 01096
Amount: $226,000
Buyer: Tracy E. McQuade
Seller: Dextraze, Arlene I., (Estate)
Date: 01/30/19

Chamber Corners Departments

ACCGS
www.myonlinechamber.com
(413) 787-1555

• April 24: Join us for the chamber’s annual Beacon Hill Summit, hosted by state Sen. Gale Candaras, starting at 7 a.m. Join with other members of the Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield Inc. and the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce for a unique opportunity to hear directly from top legislators and members of the Patrick-Murray administration and an opportunity to voice your opinions, ideas, and concerns during the day’s formal sessions and social events. Speakers will include: Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor, Senate President Therese Murray, Stephen Brewer, chair of the Senate and Joint Committees on Ways and Means, Mass. Taxpayers Foundation President Mike Widmer, and many others. The all-inclusive payment includes continental breakfast, transportation, and lunch at the Omni Parker House with members of the local delegation, a wrap-up reception at the 21st Amendment, and all materials. Buses depart at 7 a.m. from the Plantation Inn at Exit 6-off the MA Turnpike, and return at 7 p.m.
• May 1: Business@Breakfast, 7:30-9 a.m., at the Delaney House, One Country Club Road, Holyoke. Mayor’s Forum. The monthly Busness@Breakfast series pays tribute to individuals, businesses, and organizations for major contributions to civic and economic growth and for actions that reflect honor on the region. To reserve tickets, contact Cecile Larose at [email protected].

AMHERST AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.amherstarea.com
(413) 253-0700

• April 24: Chamber After 5, 5-7 p.m., at the UMass Fine Arts Center. Sponsored by: Yankee Candle. Tickets are $10 for members, $15 for non-members. RSVP to [email protected]
• April 30: ‘Making Green Sexy’ — Chamber Brown Bag luncheon, noon-1:30 p.m., in the Woodbury Room of the Jones Library at Amherst College. The program, focused on green marketing/green business profitability, will be presented by Shel Horowitz, president of Accurate Writing and More. Using examples as diverse as toilet paper, the Empire State Building, ice cream, and a community organizing campaign, Horowitz’s presentation will look at the different message styles you need to move both green and non-green audiences to action. For more information, visit http://greenandprofitable.com/.

CHICOPEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.chicopeechamber.org
(413) 594-2101

• May 15: Salute Breakfast, 7:15-9 a.m., at Elms College, 291 Springfield St. in Chicopee. To reserve tickets, contact the chamber at (413) 594-2101 or [email protected].
• May 22: Business After Hours, 5-7 p.m., at Berkshire Bank, 1339 Memorial Dr. in Chicopee. For more information, contact the chamber at (413) 594-2101 or [email protected].

GREATER EASTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.easthamptonchamber.org
(413) 527-9414

• April 25: Networking by Night Business Card Exchange, 5-7 p.m., at the new Easthampton High School, 70 Williston Ave. Tour and experience this new 21st century educational facility. Sponsored by Canon Real Estate Inc., Hors d’ouevres by the E.H.S. Culinary Department; door prizes. Tickets are $5 for members, $15 for future members
• May 9: Networking by Night Business Card Exchange, 5-7 p.m., at Amy’s Place Bar & Grill, 80-82 Cottage St., Easthampton. Sponsored by Easthampton Savings Bank; hors d’ouevres; door prizes; cash bar. Tickets are $5 for members, $15 for future members.
• May 17: Wine & Microbrew Tasting,  6- 9 p.m., at Wyckoff Country Club, 233 Easthampton Road, Holyoke. Enjoy more than 50 wines and microbrews, fine food, and an extraordinary raffle. Major Sponsor: Easthampton Savings Bank; Event Sponsor: Five Star Building Corp.; Wine Sponsor: Westfield Spirit Shop; Microbrew Sponsor: Big E’s Supermarket; Food Sponsor: Log Rolling @ The Log Cabin/Delaney House. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at door. Call (413) 527-9414, or visit or www.easthamptonchamber.org.

GREATER HOLYOKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.holycham.com
(413) 534-3376

• May 10: Ask a Chamber Expert Series: Hiring the Right Talent, 8:30- 10 a.m., at the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Conference Room, 177 High St. Join us for our second ACE (Ask a Chamber Expert) event with guest speaker Peter Brunault, senior professional in Human Resources (SPHR) of Employers Association of the NorthEast. Admission: $10 for members, $25 for non-members. Price includes a continental breakfast. Call the chamber at (413) 534-3376 to sign up or register at holyokechamber.com.
• May 15: Legislative Luncheon featuring State Treasurer Steven Grossman, starting at 11:30, at the Log Cabin Banquet & Meeting House, 500 Easthampton Road. Sponsored by Dowd Insurance and Goss & McLain Insurance. Admission: payment in advance, $30; payment at door, $40. Open to the public. For reservations call the chamber office at (413) 534-3376, or register online at holyokechamber.com.
• May 20: 45th Annual Chamber Cup 2013 Golf Tournament, at Wyckoff Country Club, 233 Easthampton Road, Holyoke. Registration and lunch at 10:30 a.m. Tee off at noon (scramble format); dinner following the golf with elaborate food stations catered by the Log Cabin. Cost is $125 per player, and includes lunch, 18 holes of golf, cart, and dinner. Dinner only, $25. Winner awards, raffles, and cash prizes follow dinner. Tournament Sponsors: Log Cabin and PeoplesBank. Corporate Sponsors: Dowd Insurance, Goss & McLain Insurance Agency, Holyoke Gas & Electric, Mountain View Landscapes, Holyoke Medical Center, People’s United Bank, and Resnic, Beauregard, Waite & Driscoll. For reservations call the chamber office at (413) 534-3376 or register online at holyokechamber.com.
• May 21: Chamber Business Connections, 5-7 p.m. Sponsored and hosted by Sovereign Consulting, 4 Open Square Way, Suite 307. If you are in the architecture, engineering, or development industries, attend as the chamber’s guest, Cost is $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members.
Presented by the Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Committee. Join your friends and colleagues for this informal evening of networking.
• May 29: Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting, starting at 5 p.m. at the Delaney House in Holyoke. Program followed by a grand reception, including Fifield Awards. Sponsored by the Greater Holyoke Chamber Corporate Leaders. Cocktails from 5 to 5:30 p.m.; annual meeting at 5:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 6. Admission: payment in advance, $30; payment at door, $40. Open to the public. The chamber will also honor chamber member retirees, Rosalie Deane, Holyoke Housing Authority; David Dupont, superintendent of Holyoke Public Schools; and John Kelley, Peoples United Bank.

MASSACHUSETTS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(413) 525-2506

• July 22: Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament at Tekoa Country Club, Westfield. Shotgun start at 11 a.m. Cost: $100 per golfer.
For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 525-2506, or e-mail to [email protected].

GREATER NORTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.explorenorthampton.com
(413) 584-1900

• May 1: Northampton Chamber Monthly Arrive @5, 5-7 p.m., at the Eric Carle Museum, 125 West Bay Road, Amherst. Arrive when you can, stay as long as you can. A casual mix and mingle with your colleagues and friends.  Sponsored by: Wells Fargo Advisors, Johnson & Hill Staffing Services, and United Bank. Admission: $10 for members; $15 for non-members

PROFESSSIONAL WOMENS CHAMBER
www.professionalwomenschamber.com
(413) 755-1310

• June 6: Women of the Year Banquet, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Cedars Banquet Hall, 375 Island Pond Road, Springfield. Join us as we honor our Woman of the Year, Jean Deliso, Deliso Financial & Insurance Services To reserve tickets, contact Cecile Larose at [email protected].

WEST OF THE RIVER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.ourwrc.com
(413) 426-3880

• April 25: Powerful Speed Networking Business After Hours with 3 Chambers, 5-7 p.m., at Chez Josef in Agawam. Featuring the West of the River Chamber of Commerce, Westfield Chamber of Commerce , and North Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce. Free for chamber members, $10 for non-members. (Event is open to the public; must pay at the door if you’re a non-member). For more information contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880, or e-mail to [email protected].
• May 1: West of the River Chamber of Commerce Membership Drive, at the
Holiday Inn, Enfield, Conn. Two shifts — 9-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. This is a great opportunity for you to network with other members while helping to grow your chamber. More members means more opportunity to grow your business. For more information contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880, or e-mail to [email protected].
• May 1: Wicked Wednesday, 5-7 p.m. Hosted by Holiday Inn.
Free for chamber members, $10 for Non-members (event is open to the public-must pay at the door if you’re a non-member). Wicked Wednesdays are monthly social events hosted by various businesses and restaurants. These events bring members and non-members together to social network in a laid-back atmosphere. For more information contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880, or e-mail to [email protected].
• August 19: West of the River Chamber of Commerce 10th Annual Golf Tournament at Springfield Country Club, West Springfield. Cost: $125 per-golfer. For more information on registration and sponsorship opportunities, contact the chamber office at (413) 426-3880, or e-mail to [email protected].

GREATER WESTFIELD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
www.westfieldbiz.org
(413) 568-1618

• May 6: Mayor’s Coffee Hour, 8- 9 a.m., at the Holiday Inn Express, 39 Southampton Road, Westfield, MA 01085. Join the chamber and Mayor Dan Knapik for a meet-and-greet about the city. Free and open to the public. To register, call Pam at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].
n May 8: May WestNet Connection, 5- 7 p.m., at Amelia Park Children’s Museum, 29 South Broad St. Sponsor: Westfield YMCA. Cost: Members, $10, non-members, $15cash at the door. To register, call Pam at the chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].
n May 13: Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce’s 52nd Annual Golf Tournament, at the The Ranch Golf Club, 65 Sunnyside Road, Southwick.
Schedule: 10 a.m., registration/lunch; 11 a.m., shotgun start; 11 a.m.-5 p.m., on-course refreshments; 4 p.m., cocktail hour; 5 p.m., dinner Great Sponsorship opportunities still available. Cost: foursome with dinner, $600; tee sign, $150; dinner only, $35. For sponsorship opportunities, to register or to donate a raffle, contact Pam at the Chamber office at (413) 568-1618, or e-mail to [email protected].

YPS-Young Professional Society of Greater Springfield
www.springfieldyps.com

• May 16: May ‘Third Thursday,’ 5-7 p.m. at Lattitude Restaurant, 1338 Memorial Ave., West Springfield.

Daily News

SPRINGFIELD — Community Music School of Springfield (CMSS), which provides accessible, affordable music education, has been awarded a $10,000 Community Impact Grant from New York Life. The grant will support the Adaptive Music Program (AMP), which connects music education and special education to improve students’ lives, impacting their social/emotional, academic, and artistic development.

“We are grateful for New York Life’s investment in AMP, which will change many lives for the better,” said Jean Deliso, CFP, an agent with New York Life’s Connecticut Valley General Office and CMSS board member. “We are pleased that our partnership will have a long-lasting impact on CMSS and the population they serve.”

The Community Impact Grant program awards grants of up to $25,000 to local nonprofit organizations, which are championed by New York Life agents and employees. Since the program’s inception in 2008, nearly 800 grants totaling more than $10 million have been awarded to nonprofits across the country.

“With this generous support from New York Life, this year, AMP will be able to work with over 800 students at more than 15 Springfield public schools, providing critical skill building, including receptive and expressive language, motor skills, and building social relationships, helping these vulnerable children build their foundation for future success in all types of academic and personal areas,” said Eileen McCaffery, executive director of CMSS.

People on the Move

The board of directors of Big Y Foods Inc. announced the following changes to its senior leadership team, effective Jan. 1. These changes align with the enterprise’s expanding business activities and the dynamic shifts that are occurring within the supermarket, convenience, and retail liquor industries.

Donald D’Amour

Donald D’Amour

Donald D’Amour, current chairman and CEO, will transition out of his day-to-day responsibilities as CEO and will continue to serve as an advisor to the board in his new role as chairman emeritus. He was appointed to CEO in 1980 and in 1997 succeeded his father and co-founder, Paul D’Amour, as chairman of the board.

• Charles D’Amour

Charles D’Amour

Charles D’Amour, son of co-founder Gerald D’Amour, will continue as president, a position he has held since 2006. In order to allow for a smooth transition, he has been appointed CEO and will be responsible for helping to drive the overall strategic direction of Big Y along with the company’s vision and mission. In addition to providing overall leadership and oversight, key departments of Finance, Legal, Real Estate and Development, Employee Services, and Information Resources Technology will report directly to him.

• Michael D’Amour

Michael D’Amour

Michael D’Amour, grandson of Paul D’Amour and son of Donald D’Amour, was appointed to the position of executive vice president in 2014 and has added the role of COO, a position formerly held by Charles, to his roster of responsibilities. As COO, Michael will be responsible for all operating aspects of the company, including Sales, Operations, Distribution, and Supply Chain. He began his full-time career at Big Y in 1996.

Guy McFarlane

Guy McFarlane

Guy McFarlane, Big Y’s vice president of Fresh Foods since 2011, has been promoted to senior vice president of Sales and Marketing, where he will oversee sales and procurement, pricing, marketing, and data analytics. He will report to Michael D’Amour. McFarlane began his career at Big Y more than 23 years ago and has been in the supermarket industry for 41 years.

Richard Bossie

Richard Bossie

Richard Bossie, Big Y’s vice president of Operations since 2016, has been promoted to the new position of senior vice president of Operations and Customer Experience. Within this expanded role, Bossie will oversee all operational aspects of the company that impact the customer experience, including labor planning, inventory control and ordering, checkout and customer service, and retail asset protection, along with all operational aspects of Big Y Express Gas and Convenience Division and Table and Vine, Big Y’s flagship beer, spirits, and fine-wine store. He also will report to Michael D’Amour. Bossie began his career at Big Y more than 30 years ago and has more than 38 years of retail experience.

Nicole D’Amour

Nicole D’Amour

Nicole D’Amour Schneider, Big Y’s senior director of Store Operations (and granddaughter of Paul D’Amour and daughter of Donald D’Amour), has been appointed to the new position of vice president of Supermarket Operations, with specific focus on the daily operations of the supermarket division. Along with the five district directors reporting to her, she will continue to drive operational excellence throughout the chain. She reports to Bossie. She began her full-time Big Y career in 1999.

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Amelia Holstrom

Amelia Holstrom

Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C. announced that attorney Amelia Holstrom was named a partner in the firm on Jan. 1. Holstrom, who has been with the firm since 2012, focuses her practice on labor law and employment litigation, including personnel policies and practices review, wage-and-hour compliance, and separation and severance agreements. Holstrom frequently speaks about employment-related legal topics for a wide variety of associations and organizations. She was selected by BusinessWest as a 40 Under Forty honoree in 2015 and received the Massachusetts Bar Assoc. Community Service Award in 2016. She is a member of the Massachusetts, Hampden County, and Connecticut bar associations; sits on the board of directors for Clinical & Support Options in Northampton and Girls Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts; and is an ad hoc member of the personnel committee for the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.

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Esther Rich

Esther Rich

Andrew Anderlonis, president of Rediker Software, recently announced that Esther Rich has been hired as the company’s new director of Support. Rich brings more than 30 years of experience in customer support, with more than 10 of those years spent in a management position. Before joining Rediker Software, Rich was the Customer Support manager for Farm Credit Financial Partners in Agawam. In her new role, Rich will lead and motivate her team to ensure they have the tools and skills required to provide the best customer service possible. She holds a business management degree from St. John’s School of Business.

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Laura Lefebvre

Holyoke Community College (HCC) hired Laura Lefebvre as its new director of Public Safety. Lefebvre, a seasoned investigator, has more than 30 years of law-enforcement experience, most recently as senior sergeant in the campus police department at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) in North Adams. She is the first woman to serve as chief of police at HCC. Lefebvre, 56, got her start with the Hialeah Police Department in Dade County, Fla. She began as a patrol officer in 1986, then one of only four women in the 450-person department. She worked in the juvenile sexual battery unit investigating child-abuse cases before becoming the first woman assigned to the robbery division. She later moved into homicide as a detective. Lefebvre retired from the Hialeah Police Department in 1999 and then moved to Western Mass. with her husband, Gary, also a retired police officer, and two small children, Spencer and Emily, now adults. She then spent a few years as an officer with the Hadley Police Department and a police lieutenant at Westfield State University. Before going to MCLA, where she was the first woman sergeant, she worked for 11 years as a fraud investigator for the National Insurance Crime Bureau and the insurance giant Unum. Throughout her career, Lefebvre has been a field-training officer, teaching at police academies in Florida, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont. She holds a bachelor’s degree from MCLA in interdisciplinary studies in business and sociology and will complete her master’s degree in education at MCLA this May.

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Wendy Fitzgerald

Wendy Fitzgerald

HUB International New England, LLC, a division of HUB International Limited, a leading global insurance brokerage, recently announced that Wendy Fitzgerald has re-joined HUB New England as a strategic account executive, responsible for all things personal (personal insurance/auto, home, condo, renters, and more). Her role will include handling new business and outreach, renewals, quoting, special projects, and providing support when needed to the Personal Lines team of experts. She will be based out of HUB New England’s East Longmeadow office. Previously, Fitzgerald had been with the HUB/FieldEddy Personal Lines team from 2008 to 2016.

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Mary Shea

Mary Shea

James Garvey

James Garvey

Garvey Communication Associates Inc., the most experienced independent Google Partner in the Springfield area, announced the 2019 certifications for its Google Ads strategists. Mary Shea, vice president of Digital Strategy, and James Garvey, digital marketing analyst, collectively have passed the Search, Display, Mobile, and Video exams certifying their advanced expertise in creating, managing, measuring, and optimizing these specific Google Ads products. The two GCAi marketing technologists also meet with a dedicated Google Ads representative every month to review and further increase the performance of client campaigns. GCAi earned its Google Partner Agency designation more than five years ago. Partner status requires that GCAi associates pass Google Ads certifications, that the agency meets the spend requirements across its managed accounts, and that it demonstrate performance by delivering strong client and company growth. Shea works out of GCAi’s downtown Springfield headquarters at Tower Square. Garvey works out of GCAi’s newest office at WeWork’s Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Calif.

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Leadership Pioneer Valley (LPV) announced that Rosemary Manu has joined the LPV team as the LEAP program coordinator. She will hold various responsibilities in this position, including assisting in the planning, coordination, and execution of Leadership Pioneer Valley’s nine-month leadership-development program, in addition to helping recruit future LEAP program participants. Manu returned to Springfield last spring after obtaining a master’s degree from George Washington University in international development studies with a concentration in energy. Prior to this, she earned her bachelor’s degree in international relations from the University of Connecticut. Most recently, she worked as a consultant for USAID Food for Peace, which provided her with monitoring and evaluation skills. She was responsible for evaluating and assessing the effectiveness of combining emergency assistance and resilience building. Manu also comes to Leadership Pioneer Valley with an extensive background in the UN Women in Bangkok, Thailand, in the Disaster Risk Reduction Department. This experience expanded her research and writing skills and led her to become passionate about helping to develop communities and individuals.

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John McAndrew, an Edward Jones financial advisor in Holyoke, has accepted an invitation to become a limited partner in the Jones Financial Cos., the holding company for the St. Louis-based financial-services firm. Edward Jones currently employs 45,000 associates in all 50 states and through its affiliate in Canada. This is the firm’s 17th limited-partnership offering in its 97-year history. The Jones Financial Cos. was created in 1987 to enable the firm to expand into new business areas while allowing it to remain a partnership. The Jones Financial Cos. owns Edward D. Jones & Co., LP, which operates under the trade names Edward Jones, EDJ Leasing Co., the Edward Jones Trust Co., and its international financial-services subsidiary, Edward Jones Canada.

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Marilyn Lopez-Haddad

Marilyn Lopez-Haddad

Pattie Hallberg

Pattie Hallberg

Meredith Wise, president of the Employers Assoc. of the Northeast (EANE), announced the addition of two new members, Marilyn Lopez-Haddad and Pattie Hallberg, to the EANE board of directors, effective Jan. 1, for three-year terms. Lopez-Haddad, vice president of Human Resources for the Seven Hills Foundation, joined that organization’s senior leadership team in 2008.  She oversees the HR office and Seven Hills Corporate College, and provides leadership in the areas of employee relations, recruitment and retention compensation and benefits, and learning and development. Seven Hills is an integrated health and human services network based in Worcester. Before joining Seven Hills, Lopez-Haddad worked for various municipalities in Connecticut as the head of HR, personnel, and labor relations. She also worked as a Social Security disability associate in Florida. Most recently, she worked as an adjunct professor at Clark University in Worcester, where she taught global talent development. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Fairfield University and a juris doctor degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law. She was admitted to practice law in Connecticut and Massachusetts, is a certified executive and career coach, and has acquired the SPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications. Hallberg is CEO of Girl Scouts of Central and Western Massachusetts (GSCWM), headquartered in Worcester and Holyoke. She joined GSCWM as CEO in 2008 to lead the merger of the three Girl Scout councils into one organization with a commitment to developing girls’ leadership potential. Under her direction, GSCWM has emerged as a leader in Central and Western Mass. in advocacy for girls. She is a commissioner on the Hampden County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls. She serves as a co-chair for the Investing in Girls Alliance in Worcester, and is a founding member of the advisory committee for the Leadership Institute for Political and Public Impact and an advisory board member of the Young Women’s Leadership Institute with the Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts. She serves as a board member and member of the finance committee for New England Public Radio. She is a member of the Women’s Suffrage Celebration Coalition of Massachusetts and a member of the Western Mass Women Presidents’ Organization. She is on the advisory board of the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Nichols College and a volunteer for the Springfield Schools Read-Aloud Program. In 2013, she received the Outstanding Women in Business Award from the Worcester Business Journal.

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Executives and entrepreneurs who participate in business peer groups report it is their most valuable activity for exploring solutions and shifting paradigms, says Ira Bryck, director of the Family Business Center of Pioneer Valley. A group that has been meeting for years, formerly as part of a global roundtable organization, is accepting new members and hiring Bryck as their facilitator and coach. The Impact Executive Peer Group meets monthly for much of a day, and each member gets monthly, personalized coaching from the facilitator. The group will grow to include a dozen leaders from medium and larger companies roughly between Worcester and the Berkshires, and Hartford and Brattleboro. The format will include members discussing their challenges with questions and suggestions, as well as a speaker series, with topics and presenters relevant to the needs of the group. Bryck has moderated roundtable groups for 25 years, and is taking on this project as part of the leadership succession the Family Business Center is undergoing.

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Dena Hall

Dena Hall

Dena Hall, who has served as Baystate Health Foundation’s vice chair for the past two years, has succeeded Jean Deliso as the foundation’s chair. Hall — a graduate of UMass Amherst, the Massachusetts School for Financial Studies, and the National School of Banking and Finance at Fairfield University — is executive vice president, chief Marketing officer for Hometown Financial Group and its banks, bankESB, based in Easthampton, and bankHometown, based in Central Mass. She is also the president of the bankESB Charitable Foundation and a member of the board of trustees for the Springfield Museums and the Springfield Thunderbirds Foundation. A longstanding volunteer for Baystate Noble Hospital, Hall and her husband, Eric, chaired the 2009 Baystate Noble Ball, helping to generate vitally important funds in support of the hospital in Westfield. In her previous role as Western Massachusetts regional president of United Bank and president of the United Bank Foundation, she launched support for the innovative Acute Care for Elders Unit at Baystate Medical Center with a $50,000 grant from the bank. She continues to invite new funders to the hospital to consider supporting this program.

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Ryan Nauman

Ryan Nauman

Country Bank announced that Ryan Nauman joined its Commercial Banking division as vice president of Commercial Lending. Nauman brings 20 years of experience in the industry. His knowledge of business banking comes from his prior commercial-service roles and his passion for partnering with business owners to make their dreams reality. Nauman has held various positions over the years as a credit analyst, portfolio manager, and, most recently, vice president, loan officer with Farmington Bank in the Commercial Real Estate department. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Bryant College. He is a member of the Real Estate Finance Assoc. and the Hartford Community Loan Fund. Nauman is located at the bank’s corporate office in Ware and will assist customers in the Western Mass. and Connecticut areas.

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The Vann Group announced that Patty Stefanelli has joined the organization and will lead its newly launched Performance Improvement Division. This division was created to help organizations in any industry work toward more sustained levels of operational excellence by embracing Lean thinking and continuous improvement. In her role, Stefanelli will be focusing on creating awareness of the benefits of these concepts throughout the Pioneer Valley. Before joining the Vann Group, Stefanelli worked for the city of Springfield in its Information Technology department, and as an independent consultant helping organizations with their operations and IT. She has extensive technical and business knowledge, as well as project-management experience. She has led large, organization-wide initiatives from ERP and time and attendance system implementations to Lean process improvement initiatives, such as streamlining hiring processes or the order fulfillment processes in shipping departments. She has an MBA, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification, and TWI Knowledge certification.

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Paragus IT CEO Delcie Bean announced the addition of three new board members. On Jan. 1, Nicole Nakashian, Michelle Abdow, and Scott Webster joined Randy Krotowski, Scott Foster, and John Drake on the board of the fast-growing IT firm. Nakashian currently serves as executive vice president at InvestCloud Inc. She helped launch Agio, an IT managed-service provider, and was responsible for building a client-centric progressive culture in addition to growing and managing the operations. Abdow is founder and president of Market Mentors, LLC, a full-service marketing agency located in Western Mass. that provides a variety of services, including advertising, branding, media buying, graphic design, public relations, broadcast production, and event planning. Webster is currently head of WW Operations for Amazon Experts. He brings a versatile mix of financial, technical, and business expertise. He is passionate about driving innovation, strategic change, and operational efficiency across dynamic, internet-based businesses.

 

Company Notebook

Food Bank Sells Facility to Myers Produce

HATFIELD — The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts announced the successful sale of its Hatfield building and property to Myers Produce, a woman-owned regional produce distributor and trucking company offering farmer-focused distribution, freight, and warehousing services. The strategic decision to sell the building marks a significant milestone for both businesses. The Food Bank moved to its new location at 25 Carew St., Chicopee, during the last week of August, and Myers Produce will move into its new Hatfield facility in October. Myers Produce has a long-standing commitment to bolster access to regionally grown food and to support farmers in Western Mass. and Vermont. With this strategic move, Myers Produce is taking a significant step to expand the purchasing of food from local growers and producers and transporting and reselling it to food retailers throughout the region and beyond. Moving to Hatfield will generate employment opportunities and place Myers Produce close to farmlands, near highways, and at a central crossroads for serving growers, customers, and fellow distributors in Massachusetts, New York, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Maine. Both the Food Bank and Myers Produce are looking forward to sharing resources at their respective new facilities, including cross docking and temporary storage. This arrangement will facilitate Food Bank deliveries to its member food pantries and meal sites in Hampshire and Franklin counties. For Myers Produce, this arrangement will contribute to its current ‘donation transportation’ program, facilitating the free transportation of donated food to the Food Bank for distribution to the local community. Foreseeing it was running out of space many years ago, the Food Bank purchased 16.5 acres of vacant land in the Chicopee River Business Park in 2020. In 2021, it launched a successful, $26 million capital campaign to raise funds to build a larger facility, with support from individual and business donors, state and federal governments, and volunteers. In 2022, construction began on its new distribution center and headquarters, which is nearing completion.

 

AIC Introduces Division of Arts, Media, and Design

SPRINGFIELD — American International College (AIC) has made a significant advance toward meeting the evolving demands of the workforce with the introduction of a new Division of Arts, Media, and Design within the School of Business, Arts, and Sciences. This division encompasses redesigned undergraduate programming in the bachelor of arts and bachelor of science curricula, launching with the upcoming fall 2023 semester. This new division will introduce four undergraduate majors, each crafted to provide students with a comprehensive foundation. The offerings include public relations & social media administration, digital media production, arts and entertainment management, and graphic arts and design. Moreover, AIC unveiled six new undergraduate minors that complement these majors. The minors include public relations and social media administration, digital media production, arts & entertainment management, graphic arts and design, fashion design and merchandising, and music technology & production.

MCLA’s LEAD Academy Expands with Support from Greylock Federal Credit Union

NORTH ADAMS — LEAD Academy, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ (MCLA) almost two-decade-old program to help new students integrate into college life, is getting a huge boost thanks to Greylock Federal Credit Union. Greylock pledged $100,000 to support a reimagined Greylock LEAD Academy, allowing the program to grow from around 30 MCLA students each year to this fall’s cohort of 200 participants. Thanks to Greylock’s generosity, LEAD is now available to all MCLA first-year students at no cost. LEAD, which stands for Leadership, Education, Action, and Development, is a college success, leadership, and civic-engagement program designed to help students develop leadership skills and the skills necessary for college preparation, which they can immediately apply. Beginning Aug. 26, this year’s LEAD students will participate in a holistic onboarding experience before the start of fall classes. The first five days will provide a signature experience focusing on leadership development, team building, community building, and workshops conducted by student leaders.

 

Community Music School Receives $10,000 Grant from New York Life

SPRINGFIELD — Community Music School of Springfield (CMSS), which provides accessible, affordable music education, has been awarded a $10,000 Community Impact Grant from New York Life. The grant will support the Adaptive Music Program (AMP), which connects music education and special education to improve students’ lives, impacting their social/emotional, academic, and artistic development. “We are grateful for New York Life’s investment in AMP, which will change many lives for the better,” said Jean Deliso, CFP, an agent with New York Life’s Connecticut Valley General Office and CMSS board member. “We are pleased that our partnership will have a long-lasting impact on CMSS and the population they serve.” The Community Impact Grant program awards grants of up to $25,000 to local nonprofit organizations, which are championed by New York Life agents and employees. Since the program’s inception in 2008, nearly 800 grants totaling more than $10 million have been awarded to nonprofits across the country. “With this generous support from New York Life, this year, AMP will be able to work with over 800 students at more than 15 Springfield public schools, providing critical skill building, including receptive and expressive language, motor skills, and building social relationships, helping these vulnerable children build their foundation for future success in all types of academic and personal areas,” said Eileen McCaffery, executive director of CMSS.

 

Maybury Material Handling, Community Action Pioneer Valley Win HNE Well Worth It Award

SPRINGFIELD — Health New England has awarded Maybury Material Handling of East Longmeadow and Community Action Pioneer Valley of Greenfield its Well Worth It Award, Gold designation, for outstanding employee-wellness programs. Maybury Material Handling provides industrial products and services to manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing customers. Community Action Pioneer Valley is a not-for-profit that helps those with low incomes achieve economic stability and security, and works to build communities in which all people can thrive. Both employers demonstrated their responsibility to the health and well-being of their employees by encouraging them to use Health New England’s suite of health and wellness services. These include its Healthy Choices Rewards Program that offers monetary rewards for healthy activities, such as joining a gym, nutrition counseling, smoking cessation, and more. Health New England also awarded Well Worth It Awards in the Silver designation to Scantic Valley Regional Health Trust and PeoplesBank, and in the Bronze designation to Springfield Area Transit Co. Inc./Pioneer Valley Transit Authority. Well Worth It Award winners will be honored at a luncheon on Oct. 5 at the Sheraton Springfield.

 

Country Bank, WooSox Foundation Announce 2023 WooStars

WARE — Country Bank and the Worcester Red Sox Foundation recently announced the 2023 WooStars, a program that supports nonprofit leaders throughout the region. Country Bank recently recognized nine local WooStars and the nonprofits they are affiliated with at Polar Park, including Mari Gonzalez of El Buen Samaritano Food Program Inc., Jenna Rahkonen of HomeFront Strong, Brian Feeley of Miracle League of Western Massachusetts, Todd Stewart of Camp Putnam, Sharon MacDonald of Guild of St. Agnes of Worcester Inc., Anna Rice of Dismas House, Gina and John Connolly of Lou Gehrig Little League, and Joseph Kenadek of Jack Barry Little League. Each nonprofit was presented with a $5,000 donation. In the past three years, 27 WooStars have been awarded a total of $135,000 in donations.

 

The Stubblebine Co., JLL Announce Sale of Property

WESTFIELD — The Stubblebine Co./CORFAC International and JLL announced the sale of 323 Lockhouse Road, Westfield to ERD Metal Inc. for $14.5 million. The property consists of a 229,867-square-foot industrial building on 26.09 acres. Situated two miles from I-90 and seven miles from I-91, the property is located adjacent to Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport. Erdoganlar Aluminum (ERD Metal Inc.) was established in 1987 in Istanbul, Turkey as a family-owned aluminum-extrusion company. Its vision is to fulfill the needs of its partners by offering a wide range of products and services, including custom fabrications, plastic injection, aluminum casting, custom aluminum extrusions, custom packaging, and more. Established in 1987, the Stubblebine Co./COFAC International specializes in selling and leasing large industrial investment properties and adaptive reuse sites throughout New England.

Daily News

SPRINGFIELD — The Professional Women’s Chamber (PWC) is seeking nominations for its Woman of the Year award. The award is presented annually to a woman in the Western Mass. area who exemplifies outstanding leadership, professional accomplishment, and service to the community.

This award has been given annually since 1954 and is publicly recognized as one of the most prestigious honors given to any citizen for distinguished service and selfless giving. The award’s first recipient was Julia Buxton, treasurer of Buxton Inc., founder of what is now known as the PWC and the first woman elected to the Springfield Chamber board of directors. Other past recipients include 2016 Woman of the Year Arlene Rodriguez, vice president of Academic Affairs for Springfield Technical Community College; Anne Paradis, CEO of MicroTek; Carol Campbell, president, CEO, and founder of Chicopee Industrial Contractors; the late Kitty Broman; the late state Sen. Iris Holland; Sr. Mary Caritas; retired Judge Nancy Dusek-Gomez; former state Sen. Gale Candaras; and businesswomen Arlene Putnam, Mary Reardon Johnson, Ellen Freyman, and Jean Deliso.

To be considered, candidates must be gainfully employed in a paid full-time position and live or work in the Pioneer Valley. Any woman in the Pioneer Valley may be nominated; no chamber affiliation is required. Nominee achievements can be representative of a lifetime of work or for more recent successes.

Nomination forms are available online at www.professionalwomenschamber.com or by contacting event committee chair Jenny MacKay at [email protected]. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 17.

Daily News

SPRINGFIELD — The Professional Women’s Chamber (PWC) is seeking nominations for its Woman of the Year award. The award is presented annually to a woman in the Western Mass. area who exemplifies outstanding leadership, professional accomplishment, and service to the community.

This award has been given annually since 1954. The first recipient was Julia Buxton, treasurer of Buxton Inc., founder of what is now known as the PWC and the first woman elected to the Springfield Chamber board of directors. Other past recipients include Carol Campbell, Kitty Broman, Iris Holland, Sr. Mary Caritas, Nancy Dusek-Gomez, Gale Candaras, Arlene Putnam, Mary Reardon Johnson, Ellen Freyman, Jean Deliso, and Anne Paradis.

Candidates must be gainfully employed in a paid, full-time position and live or work in the Pioneer Valley. Any woman in the Pioneer Valley may be nominated; no chamber affiliation is required. Nominee achievements can be representative of a lifetime of work or for more recent successes.

Nomination forms are available online at www.professionalwomenschamber.com or by e-mailing event committee chair Jenny MacKay at [email protected]. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 18.

Real Estate

The following real estate transactions (latest available) were compiled by Banker & Tradesman and are published as they were received. Only transactions exceeding $115,000 are listed. Buyer and seller fields contain only the first name listed on the deed.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

ASHFIELD

770 Watson Spruce Corner Road
Ashfield, MA 01330
Amount: $560,000
Buyer: Carter J. Carter
Seller: Ronald Gorevic
Date: 04/10/20

BERNARDSTON

30 Deane Road
Bernardston, MA 01337
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Leanda M. Fontaine-Gagnon
Seller: Abaz Cecunjanin
Date: 06/18/20

37 Deane Road
Bernardston, MA 01337
Amount: $234,900
Buyer: Judith Griggs
Seller: Robert C. Herrick
Date: 06/17/20

24 Harwood Dr.
Bernardston, MA 01337
Amount: $210,000
Buyer: Karen A. Kelly
Seller: Christal L. Cutler
Date: 04/10/20

BUCKLAND

45 Ashfield Road
Buckland, MA 01338
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Beth A. Martin
Seller: Burrows, Richard L., (Estate)
Date: 06/24/20

CHARLEMONT

520 Legate Hill Road
Charlemont, MA 01339
Amount: $267,000
Buyer: Elizabeth A. Bouyea
Seller: Michele Seyler
Date: 06/19/20

COLRAIN

136 West Leyden Road
Colrain, MA 01340
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Scott Denison
Seller: Gail R. Hall
Date: 06/26/20

CONWAY

53 Main St.
Conway, MA 01341
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Debra A. Horton
Seller: Phyllis G. Labanowski
Date: 06/26/20

2528 Main Poland Road
Conway, MA 01341
Amount: $357,000
Buyer: Jocelyn A. Forbush
Seller: Debra Demuth
Date: 06/24/20

765 North Poland Road
Conway, MA 01341
Amount: $320,000
Buyer: Benjamin M. Wormgoor
Seller: Aronson IRT
Date: 06/22/20

DEERFIELD

10 Gromacki Ave.
Deerfield, MA 01373
Amount: $247,500
Buyer: Jordan R. Bashaw
Seller: Tami J. Kokoski
Date: 06/17/20

GREENFIELD

307 Conway St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $177,000
Buyer: Justin A. Slicer
Seller: Thomas Richardson
Date: 06/25/20

96 Country Club Road
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $320,640
Buyer: Mary Pomeroy
Seller: Michael B. Hassay
Date: 06/22/20

22 Ferrante Ave.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Gregory London-Nephew
Seller: Clough INT
Date: 06/26/20

43 Harrison Ave.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $196,000
Buyer: Jeffrey M. George
Seller: Olivia C. Hickey
Date: 06/24/20

296 High St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $171,000
Buyer: Christina Clark
Seller: Daniel D. Garant
Date: 04/08/20

21 Leyden Road
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $278,000
Buyer: Cherie L. Semanie
Seller: Eric M. Mosher
Date: 06/25/20

56 Lincoln St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $164,500
Buyer: Kyle Sheldon
Seller: Thomas E. Gale
Date: 06/25/20

49 Lunt Dr.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $229,435
Buyer: Matthew Llewelyn
Seller: Todd R. Wiles
Date: 06/22/20

67 Meadow Lane
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $305,000
Buyer: Amanda L. Doster
Seller: Martha R. Swanson RET
Date: 06/19/20

125 Meridian St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $260,000
Buyer: Paul Yager
Seller: Carol L. Derose
Date: 06/23/20

132 Meridian St.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $252,000
Buyer: Robin F. Weingarten
Seller: Paul A. Yager
Date: 06/23/20

52 Newell Pond Road
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $236,000
Buyer: Michelle Y. Carleton
Seller: John T. McConnell
Date: 06/19/20

29 Woodleigh Ave.
Greenfield, MA 01301
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Emily Hildebrand
Seller: Luna L. Greenwood
Date: 04/10/20

HAWLEY

26 Dodge Corner Road
Hawley, MA 01339
Amount: $345,000
Buyer: Ronald Gorevic
Seller: William R. Harris
Date: 04/10/20

7 Grout Road
Hawley, MA 01339
Amount: $259,900
Buyer: Nelson R. Oliveira
Seller: Suzanne Aubrey
Date: 06/25/20

HEATH

34 Deer Run Path
Heath, MA 01346
Amount: $125,000
Buyer: Leslie Evans
Seller: Howard M. Pond
Date: 06/19/20

Hosmer Road
Heath, MA 01346
Amount: $210,000
Buyer: Franklin Land Trust Inc.
Seller: Scott A. Gudell
Date: 06/25/20

LEYDEN

859 Greenfield Road
Leyden, MA 01301
Amount: $183,400
Buyer: Thomas E. Raffensperger
Seller: Emily D. Goodwin
Date: 06/26/20

MONTAGUE

6 Bridge St.
Montague, MA 01349
Amount: $240,000
Buyer: Michael L. Burten
Seller: Urban Veneer LLC
Date: 06/22/20

32 Center St.
Montague, MA 01351
Amount: $176,000
Buyer: Laura A. Deluca
Seller: Vicki E. Stoddard
Date: 06/17/20

Turnpike Road
Montague, MA 01351
Amount: $207,000
Buyer: William D. Ingram
Seller: Paul D. Viens
Date: 06/22/20

NEW SALEM

300 Petersham Road
New Salem, MA 01355
Amount: $206,000
Buyer: Brian J. Uphold
Seller: Julie M. Lemay
Date: 06/26/20

NORTHFIELD

40 North Lane
Northfield, MA 01360
Amount: $249,678
Buyer: MTGLQ Investors LP
Seller: Edward M. Orcutt
Date: 06/17/20

80 West Road
Northfield, MA 01360
Amount: $336,000
Buyer: Elizabeth Deliso
Seller: Jared R. Gibson
Date: 06/26/20

ORANGE

112 Cheney St.
Orange, MA 01364
Amount: $175,000
Buyer: Kelly M. Melanson
Seller: Scott Savoy
Date: 04/10/20

WENDELL

Jennison Road
Wendell, MA 01379
Amount: $236,000
Buyer: Whetstone Wood T. Fund
Seller: Massachusetts Audubon Society
Date: 06/17/20

Salem Road
Wendell, MA 01379
Amount: $236,000
Buyer: Whetstone Wood T. Fund
Seller: Massachusetts Audubon Society
Date: 06/17/20

WHATELY

27 Grey Oak Lane
Whately, MA 01093
Amount: $565,888
Buyer: Jerry D. Lemmon
Seller: Todd G. Picken
Date: 06/26/20

HAMPDEN COUNTY

AGAWAM

57 Bessbrook St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Edward E. Rodriguez
Seller: Thelma A. Gardner
Date: 04/10/20

14 Briarcliff Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $229,000
Buyer: Jie Chen
Seller: Daniel Hickok
Date: 04/10/20

67 Cesan St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Daniel V. Gibbs
Seller: Sandra Linder
Date: 06/18/20

32 Columbia Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $326,000
Buyer: Lloyd C. Sutton
Seller: Nicole A. Ward
Date: 04/10/20

70 Elmar Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Adrienn Sibrizzi-O’Connor
Seller: J. Craig White
Date: 04/14/20

191 Franklin St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Bonnie Merrifield
Seller: Charlene M. Trombley
Date: 06/26/20

4 Hunters Greene Circle
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $521,000
Buyer: Christopher H. Stearns
Seller: Christopher C. Peucker
Date: 06/26/20

89 Kensington St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $207,000
Buyer: James D. Newsome
Seller: Eric Stevens
Date: 04/10/20

126 Lancaster Dr.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $415,000
Buyer: Jason R. Fiore
Seller: Ronald E. Benoit
Date: 04/10/20

215 Leonard St.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $231,000
Buyer: Traci Gallerani
Seller: James M. Messier
Date: 06/26/20

20 Marlene Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $360,000
Buyer: James Messier
Seller: Pamela Camerlin
Date: 06/26/20

37 Nile Ave.
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $310,000
Buyer: Lindsay E. Strole
Seller: Peter J. Tilden
Date: 04/10/20

37 Oak Lane
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $249,000
Buyer: Heather Roberts
Seller: Timothy S. Lockwood
Date: 06/24/20

82 Rising St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $389,900
Buyer: Sergey N. Vasilevich
Seller: Lori A. Connaughton
Date: 06/25/20

1159 River Road
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $400,000
Buyer: Craig J. Spjute
Seller: Real Estate Investments NE LLC
Date: 06/19/20

242 South Westfield St.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Jeffrey A. Turcotte
Seller: Mark A. Berman
Date: 06/23/20

52 Windermere Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $564,000
Buyer: William H. Cullen
Seller: Bretta Construction LLC
Date: 06/26/20

57 Windermere Dr.
Agawam, MA 01030
Amount: $612,500
Buyer: Thomas J. Jendrysik
Seller: Bretta Construction LLC
Date: 04/10/20

38 Zacks Way
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $432,500
Buyer: Francis X. Kennedy
Seller: William H. Cullen
Date: 06/26/20

81 Zacks Way
Agawam, MA 01001
Amount: $430,000
Buyer: Catherine Hedges
Seller: Jason E. Freeman
Date: 06/26/20

BRIMFIELD

85 Marsh Hill Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $585,000
Buyer: Kenneth D. Bellucci
Seller: Krystyna Sikorska
Date: 06/24/20

60 Saint Clair Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $249,000
Buyer: Keri Lemay
Seller: Thomas G. Riemer
Date: 06/25/20

Tiderman Road
Brimfield, MA 01010
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Seller: Raymond Serrenho
Date: 06/25/20

CHICOPEE

67 7th Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Linda S. Kobylanski
Seller: Casandra Kobylanski
Date: 06/26/20

51 Bay State Road
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $144,900
Buyer: Glen Gladstone-White
Seller: Mathew Bean
Date: 04/14/20

306 Bostwick Lane
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $270,000
Buyer: Joseph R. Webber
Seller: Kenneth A. Stacy
Date: 06/17/20

596 Britton St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $217,000
Buyer: Gabriel D. Suarez
Seller: Timothy L. Brodeur
Date: 06/26/20

114 Chapel St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $279,900
Buyer: Carlos J. Ramos
Seller: Campagnari Construction
Date: 06/22/20

32 Charbonneau Terrace
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Derrick O. Nembhard
Seller: Ambrosius A. Francisco
Date: 06/22/20

30 Cherryvale St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $287,000
Buyer: David R. Larkin
Seller: William J. Snow
Date: 06/18/20

186 Clarendon Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $219,900
Buyer: Luz M. Cardona
Seller: Ryan F. Bialka
Date: 06/24/20

88 Cora Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $127,200
Buyer: Freedom Mortgage Corp.
Seller: Steven J. Morin
Date: 04/09/20

106 Crestwood St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $239,000
Buyer: Husam Jaber
Seller: Ann J. Mierzwa
Date: 04/10/20

53 Davenport St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Samantha Gingras
Seller: Kiersten N. Korona-Moreau
Date: 04/09/20

37 Deane St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $280,000
Buyer: Timofey Korobkov
Seller: Susan M. Nagine
Date: 06/17/20

330 East Main St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $269,000
Buyer: TM Real Estate LLC
Seller: Marcia Podgurski
Date: 06/19/20

107 Edward St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Jonathan S. Dean
Seller: NAR Realty LLC
Date: 06/25/20

33 Factory St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $188,000
Buyer: Ivonne Reyes
Seller: John Occhialini
Date: 06/24/20

29 Fredette St.
Chicopee, MA 01022
Amount: $401,000
Buyer: Harry T. Gao
Seller: N. Riley Development Inc.
Date: 06/26/20

32 Front St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $127,000
Buyer: Round 2 LLC
Seller: Rosa E. Calderon
Date: 06/24/20

292 Frontenac St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Miguel Rodriguez-Cortes
Seller: Alliance Real Estate Solutions
Date: 06/18/20

525 Grattan St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $475,000
Buyer: 525 Grattan Street LLC
Seller: Roger E. Fournier
Date: 04/14/20

22 John St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $450,000
Buyer: Prime Living Properties
Seller: Couture Partners LLC
Date: 06/25/20

18 Laurel St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $184,000
Buyer: Luissonel Velez
Seller: Shirley Alvira
Date: 04/09/20

150 Lawndale St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $204,900
Buyer: Guillermo G. Colon
Seller: Justin A. Nevins
Date: 06/26/20

105 Nutmeg Circle
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $285,000
Buyer: Zachary Gates
Seller: Mary E. Murdock
Date: 06/19/20

24 Paul Ave.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $179,500
Buyer: Gretcher A. Rivera
Seller: Russell S. Annis
Date: 06/19/20

37 Spring St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $310,000
Buyer: Lianetzy Diaz
Seller: Orange Park Management
Date: 04/10/20

20 Thomas St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Victor C. Colon-Vazquez
Seller: Joseph R. Rosinski
Date: 06/18/20

95 Ward St.
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Wilmington Savings
Seller: Michael J. Gibson
Date: 04/09/20

34 Whitman St.
Chicopee, MA 01013
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Jeremy Rodriguez
Seller: Robert A. Getto
Date: 06/25/20

9 Woodcrest Court
Chicopee, MA 01020
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Timothy E. Dostie
Seller: Michael J. Rahilly
Date: 06/22/20

EAST LONGMEADOW

71 Fernwood Dr.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $288,500
Buyer: Joseph Trombley
Seller: Madeline T. Encalade
Date: 06/26/20

38 Garland Ave.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $221,000
Buyer: Terry Peckham
Seller: Anthony M. Ferrero
Date: 04/13/20

15 Greenacre Lane
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Stephanie Pray
Seller: Maureen A. Shea
Date: 06/23/20

340 Kibbe Road
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $142,500
Buyer: Quercus Properties LLC
Seller: White, Lorraine M., (Estate)
Date: 04/09/20

104 Maple St.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $280,000
Buyer: Paul Ganieany
Seller: Kenneth R. Birchall
Date: 06/24/20

7 Melody Lane
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $157,500
Buyer: 35 Day Avenue LLC
Seller: Emtay Inc.
Date: 04/10/20

549 Parker St.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $339,000
Buyer: Rebecca L. Walsh
Seller: Kevin J. Aliengena
Date: 06/19/20

16 Ramonas Way
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $519,000
Buyer: Gabriel E. Ryb
Seller: James J. Zera
Date: 06/25/20

45 Saint Joseph Dr.
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Amount: $237,500
Buyer: Abel Lee
Seller: Shannon M. Murphy
Date: 06/26/20

HAMPDEN

228 Allen St.
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $217,000
Buyer: Matthew Eaton
Seller: Theresa Y. Beane
Date: 06/17/20

122 East Longmeadow Road
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $500,000
Buyer: DJS Automotive LLC
Seller: SMP Management Services
Date: 06/24/20

20 North Road
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $305,700
Buyer: Keith T. Cotter
Seller: Annalisa Condon
Date: 06/26/20

108 Sessions Dr.
Hampden, MA 01036
Amount: $285,000
Buyer: Timothy Gallant
Seller: Siano, Carolyn B., (Estate)
Date: 06/22/20

HOLLAND

23 Over The Top Road
Holland, MA 01521
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Keith R. Butts
Seller: Jennifer J. Barsaleau
Date: 06/25/20

101 Vinton Road
Holland, MA 01521
Amount: $590,000
Buyer: James Peret
Seller: James E. Wettlaufer
Date: 06/26/20

HOLYOKE

5 Acorn Road
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $227,000
Buyer: Elizabeth E. Lempke
Seller: Ann T. Warwick
Date: 04/09/20

15 Liberty St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $290,000
Buyer: John D. Fleming
Seller: Margaret Ducheney
Date: 06/24/20

5 Merkel Terrace
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $194,500
Buyer: James B. Farrell
Seller: Mark Lauer
Date: 04/10/20

2-4 Rene Dr.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $349,000
Buyer: Nelson R. Amalbert
Seller: MJ Homes LLC
Date: 06/18/20

12 Roosevelt Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $139,400
Buyer: Bank Of America
Seller: Jovanny Feliciano
Date: 04/08/20

51-53 Samosett St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Miguel A. Perez
Seller: Kdomain LLC
Date: 04/08/20

251 Sargeant St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Liz M. Espada
Seller: Rondey Allen
Date: 06/26/20

5 Shawmut Ave.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $144,127
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Joan M. Koszela
Date: 04/13/20

11 Sherwood Terrace
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $227,500
Buyer: Alex W. Rodriguez
Seller: Edward C. Brunelle
Date: 06/18/20

44 Sterling Road
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $355,500
Buyer: Kristen Isham
Seller: Michael E. McMahon
Date: 06/17/20

25 Vadnais St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $348,900
Buyer: Rondey Allen
Seller: Dylan P. Mawdsley
Date: 06/26/20

131 Vermont St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $254,000
Buyer: Wyatt-Ephraim A. Akiva
Seller: John P. Brunelle
Date: 06/26/20

344 Wdxg Franklin St.
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $239,900
Buyer: Chelsea S. Scott
Seller: Hillary M. Sackett-Taylor
Date: 06/26/20

141 Whiting Farms Road
Holyoke, MA 01040
Amount: $159,650
Buyer: Juan V. Romero
Seller: Gary Rome
Date: 06/25/20

LONGMEADOW

30 Barbara Lane
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $373,000
Buyer: Stephen J. Baciak
Seller: Robert R. Danio
Date: 06/17/20

90 Bliss Road
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $285,500
Buyer: Christina L. Parziale
Seller: Beth E. Palmer
Date: 04/09/20

7 Briarcliff Road
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $449,000
Buyer: Marissa Cuff
Seller: Maria Ingani
Date: 04/14/20

258 Burbank Road
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $314,900
Buyer: Patrick J. Sullivan
Seller: Carrieann Michael
Date: 06/22/20

263 Concord Road
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $700,000
Buyer: Elizabeth Bennett
Seller: Stephen Ehrenberg
Date: 06/26/20

413 Converse St.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $436,000
Buyer: John R. Mclean
Seller: Raymond K. Zhu
Date: 06/26/20

45 Kenmore Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $331,500
Buyer: Michael Robare
Seller: Amy L. Cairy
Date: 04/14/20

81 Knollwood Circle
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $440,000
Buyer: Jeffrey R. Bloom
Seller: Josefa Toirac
Date: 06/26/20

82 Knollwood Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $350,000
Buyer: Brandon Stepp
Seller: Ann H. Sturtevant RET
Date: 06/24/20

99 Knollwood Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $384,900
Buyer: Charlotte H. Beers
Seller: Maximilian J. Bennett
Date: 06/26/20

733 Laurel St.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $340,000
Buyer: Tiantian Wang
Seller: Mark G. Morisi
Date: 06/25/20

75 Lawnwood Ave.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Robert R. Danio
Seller: Kevin J. Korney
Date: 06/17/20

1355 Longmeadow St.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $335,000
Buyer: Eamon Walsh
Seller: Steven E. Fitzek
Date: 06/26/20

148 Warren Terrace
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Cathleen Harty
Seller: Rebecca G. Feinberg
Date: 06/26/20

110 York Dr.
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Amount: $335,000
Buyer: John R. Dineen
Seller: James M. Klatte
Date: 06/19/20

LUDLOW

14 Bucknell St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $181,125
Buyer: Raev LLC
Seller: Bank Of America
Date: 06/19/20

318 Colonial Dr.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $392,500
Buyer: Wayne F. Hayes
Seller: Rita Hogan
Date: 06/18/20

57 Emma Way
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $365,000
Buyer: Kiersten Korona-Moreau
Seller: K. Bonanno-Sotiropoulos
Date: 04/09/20

476-478 Fuller St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $216,000
Buyer: Jordan W. Paull
Seller: Schmeider, Leland P., (Estate)
Date: 06/19/20

82 Gaudreau Ave.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Jason L. Rosario
Seller: George M. Maksymiw
Date: 06/22/20

252 Miller St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Miguel A. Martinez
Seller: Lila Pardo
Date: 04/09/20

23 Power Ave.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $247,000
Buyer: Tanner J. Kowalski
Seller: Danielle M. Lombardi
Date: 06/26/20

21 Ronald St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $207,600
Buyer: Theodore A. Suzor
Seller: Andrew T. Zrakas
Date: 06/19/20

72 West Orchard St.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $229,000
Buyer: Josue Lugo-Delgado
Seller: Dimar LLC
Date: 06/22/20

32 Wilno Ave.
Ludlow, MA 01056
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Haley A. McGinnis
Seller: Tammie A. Black
Date: 04/08/20

MONSON

58 Crest Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Kristina M. Hawley
Seller: Theresa S. Martin
Date: 04/14/20

269 Hovey Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $290,000
Buyer: Bao J. Hang
Seller: Cheryl A. Pereira
Date: 06/25/20

16 Lower Hampden Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $170,500
Buyer: Lauren J. Fograshy
Seller: Freeman, Robert G., (Estate)
Date: 06/17/20

114 Maxwell Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $405,000
Buyer: Ibrahim Knidel
Seller: Richard H. Degnan
Date: 04/09/20

163 Town Farm Road
Monson, MA 01057
Amount: $426,164
Buyer: Jeffrey T. Cairy
Seller: Theresa Thompson
Date: 04/08/20

PALMER

1069 Baptist Hill Road
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $256,500
Buyer: Benjamin R. Belden
Seller: Paul Brandt
Date: 06/18/20

267 Burlingame Road
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Nichelle M. Liquori
Seller: Gary H. Fountain
Date: 06/19/20

110 Longview St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Danielle M. Flebotte
Seller: Grosz RT
Date: 06/26/20

4063 Main St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Aimee B. Fyfe
Seller: Mireille Bolduc
Date: 06/17/20

26 Oakland St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Dylan Carvalho
Seller: Patrick S. Pica
Date: 06/19/20

1542 Park St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $189,500
Buyer: Thomas G. Hadley
Seller: John V. Desroches
Date: 06/19/20

2186-2188 Palmer St.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Gisela Elias
Seller: Whitney M. Russo-McRobbie
Date: 06/24/20

1 Pioneer Dr.
Palmer, MA 01069
Amount: $330,000
Buyer: B. A. Bassilakis-Wegrzynek
Seller: Laurence Vincent
Date: 04/09/20

2022 Quaboag St.
Palmer, MA 01080
Amount: $168,000
Buyer: Alexander J. Demos
Seller: Pamela A. Mercier
Date: 06/19/20

RUSSELL

696 Woodland Way
Russell, MA 01071
Amount: $390,001
Buyer: Bryan A. Young
Seller: Jamie A. Lisella
Date: 06/26/20

SOUTHWICK

16 Fernwood Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $125,000
Buyer: Scott Haber
Seller: Alberta E. St.Germain
Date: 06/26/20

77 Mort Vining Road
Southwick, MA 01077
Amount: $461,000
Buyer: Debra G. Winnie
Seller: Jean Mcgivney-Burelle
Date: 06/18/20

SPRINGFIELD

53 Abbott St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $142,456
Buyer: Golden Gates Realty Assocs.
Seller: Wells Fargo Bank
Date: 04/09/20

48-50 Acushnet Ave.
Springfield, MA 01105
Amount: $192,000
Buyer: Hwpml Properties LLC
Seller: Mister Mister LLC
Date: 06/26/20

38-40 Ainsworth St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $165,000
Buyer: Pedro Villafana
Seller: Jeanne M. Des-Rosiers
Date: 04/08/20

93 Albemarle St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $214,000
Buyer: Miguel A. Rios
Seller: Full Service Real Estate
Date: 06/22/20

179 Albemarle St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $164,000
Buyer: Amanda L. Rosa-Candelaria
Seller: Phylicia Morris
Date: 06/24/20

24 Ansara St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Esequiel Gerena-Lopez
Seller: Victor M. Coronado
Date: 04/10/20

244 Arcadia Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $210,000
Buyer: Wanda Lebron
Seller: Justin Veillette
Date: 06/26/20

297 Arnold Ave.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $308,625
Buyer: Ricardo Santiago
Seller: Veronica L. Zaler
Date: 04/13/20

31 Arthur St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $122,690
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Kim M. Kilmer
Date: 04/09/20

123 Audubon St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $211,000
Buyer: Julian May
Seller: Randy Wilson
Date: 06/26/20

138 Bay St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $224,000
Buyer: Luis Rodriguez
Seller: New Vision Realty LLC
Date: 04/14/20

294 Berkshire Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $199,999
Buyer: Maria E. Santiago-Lopez
Seller: Michael Wilson
Date: 06/26/20

52 Bircham St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $340,000
Buyer: Malissa Naylor
Seller: VDS Properties LLC
Date: 06/17/20

73-75 Blanding St.
Springfield, MA 01151
Amount: $299,900
Buyer: Maria D. Rivera
Seller: TL Bretta Realty LLC
Date: 04/14/20

145 Breckwood Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Jaydee Mercado
Seller: CIG 4 LLC
Date: 04/08/20

215 Breckwood Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $180,000
Buyer: Nicholas Rivet
Seller: Student Rentals LLC
Date: 06/23/20

265 Breckwood Blvd.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $180,000
Buyer: Camelia Pryce
Seller: Student Rentals LLC
Date: 06/23/20

15 Brown St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Taniesha C. Serrano
Seller: Real Estate Investments NE
Date: 04/08/20

21 Burr St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $130,000
Buyer: Sarah Henry
Seller: James Johnson
Date: 06/17/20

199 Cambria St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Beth E. Palmer
Seller: Angelo Deguglielmo
Date: 04/09/20

1472-1474 Carew St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $117,000
Buyer: Jonathan L. Serrano
Seller: Kenneth E. Scharmann RET
Date: 06/19/20

17-19 Carver St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Ludmy D. Batlle-Ortiz
Seller: Domingos Barroso
Date: 06/26/20

14 Chesterfield Ave.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $197,000
Buyer: Devon E. Shaw
Seller: Patrick J. Denault
Date: 04/10/20

850-852 Chestnut St.
Springfield, MA 01107
Amount: $280,000
Buyer: Adam J. Bourque
Seller: Carlos Aguasvivas
Date: 04/08/20

134-136 Darling St.
Springfield, MA 01151
Amount: $208,000
Buyer: Carlos M. Ortiz
Seller: Thomas K. Reen
Date: 04/10/20

90 Darling St.
Springfield, MA 01151
Amount: $225,000
Buyer: Patricia Bothwell
Seller: Abraxas RT
Date: 04/08/20

9 Dayton St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $159,285
Buyer: Santander Bank
Seller: Gai T. Vo
Date: 04/10/20

35 Daytona St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $246,600
Buyer: Catherine Sanchez
Seller: Mamba Capital LLC
Date: 06/19/20

127 Dickinson St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Osagie Efosa-Omo
Seller: Tizeta G. Fikremarim
Date: 06/18/20

849 Dickinson St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $260,000
Buyer: John B. Barron
Seller: Matthew R. Dintzner
Date: 06/15/20

26-28 Dunmoreland St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $150,000
Buyer: Pamela Ferguson
Seller: US Bank
Date: 06/22/20

318 Dwight Road
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Tiffany L. O’Donnell
Seller: Ricardo Santiago
Date: 04/13/20

411 Dwight Road
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Joshua D. Gagnon
Seller: Joseph L. Cahill
Date: 06/23/20

20 Eddy St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Miguel Roldan
Seller: Brital 1987 LLC
Date: 04/14/20

149 Eddy St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $201,000
Buyer: Heather M. Touchette
Seller: Johnny Rivera
Date: 06/19/20

100-102 Edendale St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: RJL Mass Realty 1 LLC
Seller: Carlos M. Lopez
Date: 06/18/20

65 Elaine Circle
Springfield, MA 01101
Amount: $365,800
Buyer: James Ndungu-Ngugi
Seller: Grahams Construction Inc.
Date: 06/22/20

47 Ellery St.
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Lloyd L. Harris
Seller: Sean P. Bobbin
Date: 06/22/20

61-63 Eloise St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Samuel Diaz
Seller: Jad Mourad
Date: 04/10/20

32 Eton St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Diane Denson
Seller: Patricia Rosemond
Date: 06/26/20

108 Fenway Dr.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Eliana M. Pabon
Seller: Revampit LLC
Date: 04/10/20

144 Fenway Dr.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $165,000
Buyer: Katherine Felix
Seller: Roberto Felix
Date: 06/18/20

103 Fern St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Kelvin N. Karanja
Seller: James Ngugi
Date: 06/19/20

176 Florida St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $255,000
Buyer: Edwin P. Rivera
Seller: Three Palms LLC
Date: 04/13/20

156 Gardens Dr.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $212,000
Buyer: Terry-Lee A. McCarthy
Seller: Alliance Real Estate Investment
Date: 04/08/20

107 Grandview St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Jennifer Bailey
Seller: Brian L. Bartholomew
Date: 06/26/20

140 Hermitage Dr.
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $278,294
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Preston J. Briggs
Date: 04/09/20

57 Hollywood St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Joel Rojas
Seller: Milagro Rivera
Date: 04/14/20

47-49 Howes St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $255,500
Buyer: Tionna L. Downie
Seller: Hedge Hog Industries Corp.
Date: 04/09/20

28 Intervale Road
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $172,587
Buyer: FNMA
Seller: Dana J. Hachigian
Date: 06/19/20

89 Juniper Dr.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $132,000
Buyer: Brital 1987 LLC
Seller: Eric J. Copson
Date: 06/22/20

24 Kathleen St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $224,000
Buyer: Kerriann D. VanAllen
Seller: Ryan M. Labonte
Date: 06/25/20

30 Kay St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $181,000
Buyer: Joansellah K. Maak
Seller: Jane W. Muthua
Date: 04/10/20

59 Kensington Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Tiago Costa
Seller: Lizzie Loo LLC
Date: 06/25/20

40-42 Kent Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $299,000
Buyer: Oleksiy Zhyboyedov
Seller: TL Bretta Realty LLC
Date: 06/17/20

46-48 Kent Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $310,000
Buyer: Edwin Ramos-Perez
Seller: TL Bretta Realty LLC
Date: 04/09/20

9 Leete St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Waynie J. Collado
Seller: Orange Park Management
Date: 06/24/20

132 Lucerne Road
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $169,000
Buyer: M. A. Carrasco-Carrasco
Seller: Liliya Bogomaz
Date: 06/19/20

146 Lumae St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $137,280
Buyer: MTGLQ Investors LP
Seller: George W. Cobleigh
Date: 04/08/20

32 Malibu Dr.
Springfield, MA 01128
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Lionel Alsina
Seller: Stephen J. Sicard
Date: 06/18/20

166 Marsden St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $195,054
Buyer: US Bank
Seller: Jose M. Soto-Garcia
Date: 04/10/20

26 Massachusetts Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $159,000
Buyer: Luis A. Rodriguez
Seller: Alonzo Williams
Date: 06/25/20

18 Meadow Road
Springfield, MA 01028
Amount: $270,000
Buyer: Kiet T. Le
Seller: Sara D. Jasak
Date: 06/23/20

71 Meredith St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $199,900
Buyer: Jessica L. Beard
Seller: Mamba Capital LLC
Date: 06/26/20

117 Miller St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $206,000
Buyer: Kassandra Figueroa
Seller: Kimberly L. Arena
Date: 06/26/20

34 Navajo Road
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $170,000
Buyer: Joseph R. Loranger
Seller: Frank D. Roda
Date: 06/18/20

802 Newbury St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $175,000
Buyer: Victor L. Vazquez
Seller: Ernie Estrada
Date: 06/15/20

79 Newhouse St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $187,000
Buyer: Joseph E. Luna-Torres
Seller: CIG 4 LLC
Date: 04/10/20

809 North Branch Pkwy.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Limaries Alvarado
Seller: Victor C. Colon
Date: 06/18/20

42 North Brook Road
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $210,000
Buyer: Gabrielle Ruggiero
Seller: Donna J. Scibelli
Date: 06/25/20

21 Norwood St.
Springfield, MA 01105
Amount: $152,000
Buyer: Bar South Land Holdings
Seller: Chicoine, Cecile M., (Estate)
Date: 04/08/20

31 Pasadena St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $155,000
Buyer: Margarita Otero
Seller: Aveyard, Mary E., (Estate)
Date: 06/18/20

86 Pendleton Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $130,000
Buyer: Ana Zunilda-Jerez
Seller: FNMA
Date: 04/13/20

48 Pine Acre Road
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $227,400
Buyer: Joseph T. Ruiz
Seller: Miguel A. Martinez
Date: 04/09/20

167-169 Pineywoods Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Manning Capital LLC
Seller: Luis Correa
Date: 06/25/20

414 Plainfield St.
Springfield, MA 01107
Amount: $305,000
Buyer: Michael R. Wilson
Seller: Alberto Ayala
Date: 06/26/20

75 Regal St.
Springfield, MA 01118
Amount: $185,500
Buyer: Nicole L. Levine
Seller: Janine M. Prokop
Date: 04/10/20

171 Rosewell St.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Nelba I. Rivera-Alvarado
Seller: Chase, Marie, (Estate)
Date: 06/22/20

167 Roy St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $138,255
Buyer: Zadkiel RT
Seller: Plasse, Therese D., (Estate)
Date: 06/23/20

76 Russell St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Omar Almodovar
Seller: Kristen I. Isham
Date: 06/17/20

86 Russell St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $175,000
Buyer: Luz A. Vega-Hernandez
Seller: Jill C. Monson-Bishop
Date: 06/19/20

11 San Miguel St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $190,000
Buyer: Carmen T. Delgado
Seller: Juan A. Santana
Date: 06/22/20

78 Sonia St.
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Ron Moore
Seller: William D. Powers
Date: 04/09/20

639 Sumner Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Joan Prince
Seller: Global Homes Properties
Date: 04/13/20

658 Sumner Ave.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Karina Curl
Seller: Chad T. Lynch
Date: 04/08/20

52 Sunapee St.
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $192,000
Buyer: April Vannortwick
Seller: Pamela S. Haskins
Date: 06/26/20

11 Timothy Circle
Springfield, MA 01119
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Douglas A. Desaulnier
Seller: Nicholas F. Fiorentino
Date: 04/10/20

24 Tumbleweed Road
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $186,000
Buyer: Iliana Torres-Marquez
Seller: Mark Daviau
Date: 06/26/20

24 Washington Road
Springfield, MA 01108
Amount: $205,000
Buyer: Sean Mangan
Seller: Yumi Sarno
Date: 06/18/20

15-17 Watling St.
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Heribelto Rivera
Seller: AJN Rentals LLC
Date: 06/24/20

199 Westford Ave.
Springfield, MA 01109
Amount: $198,000
Buyer: Sheng-Shiang Peng
Seller: Thomas E. Fournier
Date: 06/17/20

148 West Canton Circle
Springfield, MA 01104
Amount: $188,000
Buyer: Angel L. Gonzalez
Seller: Martin Figueroa
Date: 06/19/20

31 Winterset Dr.
Springfield, MA 01129
Amount: $233,000
Buyer: Ryan M. Collins
Seller: Jenna T. Collins
Date: 06/19/20

869 Worthington St.
Springfield, MA 01105
Amount: $148,510
Buyer: Gissel Santiago
Seller: David Elias
Date: 06/17/20

WALES

41 Lake George Road
Wales, MA 01081
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Wilmington Savings
Seller: Barbara A. Stearns
Date: 04/08/20

206 Stafford Road
Wales, MA 01081
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Benjamin D. Bangs
Seller: Patrick D. Soucy
Date: 04/10/20

Tiderman Road
Wales, MA 01081
Amount: $275,000
Buyer: Commonwealth Of Massachusetts
Seller: Raymond Serrenho
Date: 06/25/20

185 Union Road
Wales, MA 01081
Amount: $500,000
Buyer: John Grasso
Seller: Vannais, Jeffrey P., (Estate)
Date: 06/19/20

WEST SPRINGFIELD

36 Beauregard Terrace
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $400,000
Buyer: Denise Vasconcellos
Seller: Anthony G. Collins
Date: 04/08/20

57 Bonair Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $259,034
Buyer: Michael J. Poirier
Seller: Walide Soufane
Date: 06/19/20

36 Braintree Road
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $262,000
Buyer: Susie Sousa-Chapin
Seller: Robert McCaffrey
Date: 04/10/20

88 Grove St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $263,000
Buyer: Kedar Khatiwada
Seller: Valdemar A. Johnson
Date: 06/26/20

46 Hampden St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Hasan M. Roumieh
Seller: Jackie Tang
Date: 06/18/20

101 Heywood Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $1,165,000
Buyer: Palpum Raw LLC
Seller: D&H Property Management
Date: 04/09/20

88 Janet St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $178,000
Buyer: Jorge Ramos
Seller: Auri M. Gibbons
Date: 04/10/20

43 Lennys Way
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $395,000
Buyer: Catie M. Laraway
Seller: Tandon, Ann, (Estate)
Date: 04/10/20

51 Maple Terrace
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $192,500
Buyer: Mohammad Kattan
Seller: James R. Kerr
Date: 06/24/20

501 Morgan Road
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $352,000
Buyer: Krishna L. Kharel
Seller: Judith Powers
Date: 04/10/20

60 Morningside Terrace
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $230,000
Buyer: Eric N. Barnes
Seller: David P. Berube
Date: 06/25/20

165 Nelson St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $220,000
Buyer: Dean F. Finnie
Seller: Paul F. Finnie
Date: 04/08/20

105 Pine St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $219,900
Buyer: Stephanie Tindell
Seller: Joel S. Baum
Date: 06/26/20

290 Rogers Ave.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $530,000
Buyer: Brian E. Rolph
Seller: Mario A. Sotolotto
Date: 06/19/20

74 Winona Dr.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $325,000
Buyer: Ruth Villar
Seller: Michael Werman
Date: 04/09/20

47 Worcester St.
West Springfield, MA 01089
Amount: $285,000
Buyer: Suleiman Iddrisu
Seller: John E. Prenosil
Date: 04/10/20

WESTFIELD

30 Country Club Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $180,000
Buyer: Eugenie S. Kang
Seller: William S. Babinski
Date: 04/10/20

110 Court St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $244,900
Buyer: Christy T. Kyriacou
Seller: Kenneth Ward
Date: 04/10/20

55 Deborah Lane
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $405,000
Buyer: Kyle B. Young
Seller: Laurie B. Kincaid
Date: 04/10/20

17 Denise Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $288,000
Buyer: Sean P. Bobbin
Seller: Scott Haber
Date: 06/22/20

84 Ely St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Katie R. Fredette
Seller: Citizens Bank
Date: 06/19/20

160 Falcon Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $975,000
Buyer: Huse Family Realty LLC
Seller: YRC Inc.
Date: 06/17/20

68 Hagan Ave.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $260,000
Buyer: Christopher Paquette
Seller: Dean T. Couture
Date: 04/13/20

36 Harvard St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $172,000
Buyer: Andrew Landrau
Seller: Ann L. Szymanski
Date: 06/19/20

128 Hillcrest Circle
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $480,000
Buyer: Marc C. Lichwan
Seller: Patricia R. Barnes
Date: 06/26/20

55 Jefferson St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $217,000
Buyer: Trevor Larson
Seller: William J. Cronin
Date: 04/13/20

10 Lewis St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $232,000
Buyer: Alessio M. Calabrese
Seller: Tunde Gyorgy
Date: 06/26/20

69 Old Farm Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $245,000
Buyer: Kyle Leven
Seller: Alexander L. Lonczak
Date: 06/26/20

109 Park River Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $250,900
Buyer: Joseph J. Kelley
Seller: Pavel G. Suprunchuk
Date: 06/23/20

28 Ponders Hollow Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $550,000
Buyer: DHMD Realty LLC
Seller: Ponders Hollow Properties
Date: 04/13/20

19 Pontoosic Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $196,000
Buyer: Brenda A. Larochelle
Seller: Ralph E. Cortis
Date: 06/26/20

962 Russell Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $305,000
Buyer: Stephen Sicard
Seller: Tammy A. Peatman
Date: 06/18/20

27 Washington St.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $1,700,000
Buyer: Courthouse Square LLC
Seller: University Housing LLC
Date: 06/19/20

190 Western Circle
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $222,000
Buyer: Rebecca L. Granholm
Seller: HAWG Aviation LLC
Date: 04/09/20

29 Whispering Wind Road
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $500,000
Buyer: Sarah L. Bashiruddin
Seller: Christopher M. Sarat
Date: 04/10/20

111 Yeoman Ave.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: Brittany M. Egerton
Seller: Richard E. Hand
Date: 06/23/20

59 Zephyr Dr.
Westfield, MA 01085
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Jonathan J. Adams
Seller: Rebecca L. Granholm
Date: 04/09/20

WILBRAHAM

2645 Boston Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $250,000
Buyer: Anthony Loschiavo
Seller: Robert Ward
Date: 06/26/20

81 Chilson Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $115,000
Buyer: Kathleen S. Bishop
Seller: Gregory M. Chaconas
Date: 06/26/20

15 Devonshire Dr.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $293,000
Buyer: Matthew W. Flechsig
Seller: Alan A. Hunt
Date: 06/26/20

40 Grove St.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $189,150
Buyer: Edmond J. Presz
Seller: Beverly T. Presz
Date: 06/25/20

29 Longview Dr.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $399,999
Buyer: Raymond A. Piquette
Seller: Ronald T. Menty
Date: 06/26/20

33 Oakland St.
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $255,900
Buyer: Michelle R. Stallworth
Seller: Charles D. Spurlock
Date: 04/08/20

125 River Road
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Amount: $267,900
Buyer: Juan J. Acevedo-Cordero
Seller: Custom Homes Development Group
Date: 06/22/20

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

AMHERST

123 Blackberry Lane
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $500,000
Buyer: Joshua A. Kaiser
Seller: Lili Hu
Date: 06/18/20

35 Harlow Dr.
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $310,500
Buyer: Lan Wu
Seller: Emily L. Maling
Date: 06/26/20

5 Poets Corner Road
Amherst, MA 01002
Amount: $419,900
Buyer: David B. Wells
Seller: Kiki H. Hosea
Date: 06/22/20

BELCHERTOWN

85 Canal Dr.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $348,000
Buyer: Jonathan R. Luz
Seller: David B. Cavanaugh
Date: 06/25/20

42 Hickory Hill
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $449,900
Buyer: Keith D. Poulin
Seller: Dayle A. Bjorklund
Date: 06/23/20

44 Magnolia Lane
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $429,900
Buyer: Robyn L. Piggott
Seller: J. N. Duquette & Son Construction
Date: 06/19/20

51 North St.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $285,000
Buyer: Lisa Hawrylow
Seller: Abraxas RT
Date: 06/19/20

345 North Washington St.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $265,000
Buyer: Greg A. Gregory
Seller: Joseph M. Agron
Date: 06/26/20

7 Old Farm Road
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $126,750
Buyer: EDC Real Estate LLC
Seller: USA VA
Date: 06/19/20

399 Stebbins St.
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $370,000
Buyer: Jennifer A. Strong
Seller: Katie Bodzinski
Date: 06/18/20

606 Warren Wright Road
Belchertown, MA 01007
Amount: $175,000
Buyer: Justin Fountain
Seller: Richard Dexter
Date: 06/19/20

EASTHAMPTON

165 East St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $130,000
Buyer: Jessie E. Beland
Seller: Jesse D. Bemben
Date: 04/08/20

401 East St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $279,000
Buyer: Ryan P. Ward
Seller: Laliberte, Paul J., (Estate)
Date: 04/13/20

8 Colonial Ave.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Maureen A. Lavallee
Seller: Cote Convertible TR
Date: 06/17/20

196 Line St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $195,000
Buyer: Kate Dasilva
Seller: Vanessa S. Serotta
Date: 06/24/20

118 Northampton St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $2,670,000
Buyer: CPI East Hampton 1 LLC
Seller: Carmi Plaut
Date: 06/24/20

108 Plain St.
Easthampton, MA 01027
Amount: $268,800
Buyer: Lee Frankl
Seller: Latka FT
Date: 06/26/20

GOSHEN

26 Birch Road
Goshen, MA 01032
Amount: $135,000
Buyer: Judith M. Battat
Seller: Dorothy E. Bradley
Date: 06/26/20

GRANBY

413 East State St.
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $319,900
Buyer: Rania A. Gattas
Seller: John F. Guimond
Date: 06/25/20

35 Pleasant St.
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $128,000
Buyer: Ruby Realty LLC
Seller: Charles E. Moller
Date: 04/08/20

17 Smith Ave.
Granby, MA 01033
Amount: $225,500
Buyer: Nicholas E. Lacasse
Seller: Richard J. Dent
Date: 06/26/20

HADLEY

10 Farm Lane
Hadley, MA 01035
Amount: $350,000
Buyer: Dallas Kalbacher
Seller: Paul F. Wanczyk
Date: 06/26/20

15 Shattuck Road
Hadley, MA 01035
Amount: $129,000
Buyer: Gary M. Dupuis
Seller: Margaret Waskiewicz
Date: 06/19/20

HATFIELD

7 Linseed Hill Road
Hatfield, MA 01088
Amount: $340,000
Buyer: Thomas M. Luce
Seller: Lapienski IRT
Date: 06/26/20

MIDDLEFIELD

3 Johnny Cake Hill Road
Middlefield, MA 01243
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Nathan M. Callahan
Seller: Scott W. Smith
Date: 06/26/20

NORTHAMPTON

6 Austin Circle
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $239,900
Buyer: Christopher R. Blais
Seller: AJ Capital RT
Date: 04/09/20

137 Barrett St.
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $373,000
Buyer: Victoria Elson
Seller: Mark Esposito
Date: 04/09/20

39 Butler Place
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $320,000
Buyer: Jeffrey M. Cook
Seller: Northeast Ent. Realty Partnership
Date: 06/19/20

185 Cardinal Way
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $479,500
Buyer: Sarah Kosofsky
Seller: James E. Gillespie
Date: 06/17/20

8 Dunphy Dr.
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $243,300
Buyer: Rowan Lupton
Seller: Daniel Breen
Date: 04/09/20

104 Dunphy Dr.
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $253,000
Buyer: Caitlin S. Martin
Seller: Angeline C. Chereski
Date: 04/09/20

435 Florence Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $382,000
Buyer: Jason C. Bolton
Seller: Roland Barbeito
Date: 04/08/20

4 Franklin Court
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $515,000
Buyer: Jeremie G. Davis
Seller: Ryan C. Hayward
Date: 06/26/20

204 North Maple St.
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $300,000
Buyer: Jason A. Richmond
Seller: Charles E. McCarthy
Date: 04/14/20

68 Ridgewood Terrace
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $530,000
Buyer: Peter M. Levy
Seller: Stephanie J. Arvai
Date: 04/10/20

168 Ryan Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $295,000
Buyer: Oonagh C. Doherty
Seller: Trudel, Stephen A., (Estate)
Date: 06/25/20

116 Sandy Hill Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $236,300
Buyer: Lee M. Michalopoulos
Seller: Claudio M. Nolasco
Date: 06/22/20

203 State St.
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $415,000
Buyer: Rachel J. Currie-Rubin
Seller: Richard J. Rubin
Date: 04/10/20

21 Stoddard St.
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $167,000
Buyer: Marsha L. Pelletier
Seller: Carl J. Mahaney
Date: 06/19/20

176 Turkey Hill Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $457,500
Buyer: Harvey A. Ashman
Seller: David H. McClaflin IRT
Date: 06/18/20

33 Walnut St.
Northampton, MA 01060
Amount: $463,000
Buyer: Anne C. West-Church
Seller: Hamp 33 Walnut LLC
Date: 06/25/20

178 West Farms Road
Northampton, MA 01062
Amount: $397,000
Buyer: Dana J. Nestor
Seller: Michael S. Silipo
Date: 06/19/20

PELHAM

123 North Valley Road
Pelham, MA 01002
Amount: $572,000
Buyer: Lynn Whittemore
Seller: Karl P. Donfried
Date: 06/19/20

SOUTH HADLEY

45 Bardwell St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $119,000
Buyer: Sean P. Morrisawa-Reilly
Seller: Dietel, John W., (Estate)
Date: 06/18/20

62 Hadley St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $360,000
Buyer: Megan Burton
Seller: Jamroth LLC
Date: 04/13/20

295 North Main St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $257,000
Buyer: Diana Valenzuela
Seller: Dondley, Linda C., (Estate)
Date: 06/19/20

62 Old Lyman Road
South Hadley, MA 01020
Amount: $359,900
Buyer: Stephen P. Malanaphy
Seller: Premier Home Builders Inc.
Date: 04/10/20

20 Taylor St.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $256,000
Buyer: John F. Guimond
Seller: Susan A. Calderon
Date: 06/25/20

2 Valley View Dr.
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $415,000
Buyer: Angela J. Snow
Seller: Anthony B. Desjardins
Date: 06/19/20

3 Woodcrest Lane
South Hadley, MA 01075
Amount: $550,000
Buyer: Dawn L. Blyda
Seller: Timdee Rainey Investments
Date: 06/19/20

SOUTHAMPTON

1 Birchwood Dr.
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $435,000
Buyer: Daniel R. Breen
Seller: Elizabeth E. Lempke
Date: 04/09/20

378 College Hwy.
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $157,000
Buyer: Christina Kent
Seller: JDK NT
Date: 06/19/20

154 Fomer Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $375,200
Buyer: Dylan P. Mawdsley
Seller: David M. Florek
Date: 06/26/20

102 Gunn Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $610,000
Buyer: Kevin B. O’Donnell
Seller: Christopher J. Graham
Date: 06/19/20

110 Middle Road
Southampton, MA 01073
Amount: $235,000
Buyer: John W. Diemand
Seller: Richard E. Buck
Date: 06/26/20

WARE

113 Church St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $185,000
Buyer: Tara N. McQuaid
Seller: Mary C. Nathan
Date: 06/23/20

140 Eagle St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $116,440
Buyer: Wells Fargo Bank
Seller: Jason Ellithorpe
Date: 04/09/20

35-37 High St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $197,000
Buyer: Lissette Figueroa
Seller: CEP Real Estate LLC
Date: 04/09/20

24 Lower Cove Road
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $332,600
Buyer: Thomas Presz
Seller: Walter M. Presz
Date: 06/25/20

9 Mattson Blvd.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $228,000
Buyer: Jared Cantwell
Seller: Kenneth J. Kwasniak
Date: 06/24/20

11 Pine St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $184,000
Buyer: Lizbeth DeJesus
Seller: JNB Property Investment
Date: 04/08/20

112 South St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $215,000
Buyer: Whitney M. Russo-McRobbie
Seller: 112 South Street RT
Date: 06/24/20

5 Spring St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $172,000
Buyer: Modesta Zayas
Seller: Martha M. Vachon
Date: 06/26/20

185 West St.
Ware, MA 01082
Amount: $160,000
Buyer: Michael Tworek
Seller: Tworek LT
Date: 06/18/20

WILLIAMSBURG

107 Main St.
Williamsburg, MA 01096
Amount: $200,000
Buyer: Shannon M. Trzcienski
Seller: Skwira, Philip E., (Estate)
Date: 06/25/20