• Timothy Winchester joined People’s United Bank as divisional human resources manager.
Winchester will serve as a strategic human resources partner to the retail and business banking leadership teams throughout Maine and New Hampshire. He’s a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.
Richard Casselman was also hired at People’s Southern Maine Division as senior vice president, senior portfolio manager in wealth management.
Casselman brings over 25 years of investment and trust experience. Previously, he was vice president and portfolio manager at HeadInvest in Portland.
• Dr. Bill Daly joined True North as an independent practitioner offering holistic health and functional medicine.
Daly is a board-certified internal medicine physician, who earned his M.D. at Boston University School of Medicine and trained in Boston. He practiced primary care internal medicine for 33 years in Andover, Mass. He has been practicing functional medicine since 2012 and continues training in that science.
• Todd Coulombe has joined Reliant Mortgage Co. LLC as a mortgage broker.
Coulombe has more than 14 years of experience in financial services.
• Tudor Goldsmith of Portland recently joined the litigation department at the law firm of Jensen Baird Gardner & Henry.
Goldsmith worked several years in nonprofit administration. Following law school, she completed a one-year clerkship with the Hon. Jon D. Levy, associate justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.
• Stu Dye was named a senior loan officer at Residential Mortgage Services.
Dye has been in the mortgage industry since 2003. Most recently, he worked for a regional correspondent lender.
• Laura Withers, M.D., a general and trauma surgeon, joined the medical staff at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston.
A member of the CMMC’s trauma team, Withers previously worked as a traveling surgeon at hospitals in Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Mexico, New York and Washington. She has also volunteered at clinics in Haiti, Mexico, Niger, Democratic Republic of Congo and Papua New Guinea.
• Susan Scanlon has joined Commercial Properties Inc. as broker/marketing director.
Scanlon has more than 10 years as a successful broker and has extensive experience in marketing and public relations.
• Joseph Kenneally, a practice partner of Kenneally & Steed Family Dental Practice in Biddeford, was named International President Elect of the International College of Dentists. Kenneally received his DMD from Tufts University and has been in private practice for over 30 years. He is a member of the American Dental Association; Maine Dental Association; York County Dental Society; American Colleges of Dentists; ICD; Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry; Academy of Practice in Dentistry; American College of Dentists; and Pierre Fauchard Academy.
• Bernstein Shur was named one of Maine’s Best Places to Work for the fourth consecutive year.
Bernstein Shur, the only law firm recognized, made the list after completing a two-phase evaluation that includes examining policies, practices and demographics, and conducting employee surveys.
• WMTW was honored with 11 news and creative awards from the Maine Association of Broadcasters.
First place was awarded to WMTW in categories that included best website, best continuing coverage, best election coverage and best weathercast led by chief meteorologist Roger Griswold.
WMTW also picked up achievements in promotion, public affairs, public service and photojournalism. Two stories were also recognized as Best Enterprise and Best Feature, both from the new 5 p.m. anchor team of Tracy Sabol and Steve Minich.
• Community Credit Union was recognized with the Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award, Louise Herring Philosophy in Action Member Service Award, Desjardins Youth Financial Education Award, and the Desjardins Adult Financial Education Award at the 2013 Maine Credit Union League Convention.
• Paul Thomas Hunt of Gorham received the 2013 Dexter Brackett Award from the New England Water Works Association.
Hunt, an environmental manager of the Portland Water District, is a class II water system operator, class III wastewater system operator and a certified geologist in Maine.
• Barbara McCue and Andrea MacMaster, registered nurses at Mid Coast Hospital, received awards from the Maine American Nurses Association.
McCue, a director of quality and patient safety at Mid Coast, received the prestigious Agnes E. Flaherty Leadership Award. She was honored for her leadership, courage and dedication and for empowering others to work toward a common goal.
MacMaster, an operating room nurse, received the Sister Consuela White Spirit of Nursing Award. She was recognized for her expertise, leadership and unwavering commitment to patient satisfaction.
• The South Portland Bureau of Motor Vehicles has relocated to 200 Expedition Drive, Suite G/H in Scarborough.
The former South Portland branch at the Maine Mall has closed.