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    February 25,2013
     

    Amber Barber, a matrimonial and family law attorney at Downs Rachlin Martin, has been chosen for membership in the American College of Family Trial Lawyers, a select group of attorneys recognized for excellence in litigation and legal skills in the areas of family and matrimonial law matters.

    Barber, who was also recently elected president of the Vermont Bar Association, is the only attorney so recognized by the ACFTL in Vermont.

    The Vermont Ski Areas Association has promoted Kyle Lewis to director of marketing. Lewis replaces Jason Gibbs who stepped down to start his own consulting firm.

    VSAA also hired Hilary DelRoss to fill the position of marketing manager left open by Lewis’ promotion.

    Lewis, a graduate of Skidmore College, joined the Ski Vermont team as marketing manager in 2010. She previously worked for Sugarbush Resort where her specialties included group sales, off-site tickets, international sales and group packages.

    DelRoss joined the VSAA from Vermont Wine Merchants Company in Burlington, where she specialized in sales and marketing support, focusing on product catalog management, event coordination, collateral distribution and reporting to suppliers.

    She graduated from Emmanuel College in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in business management.



    Vermont Mutual Insurance Group has hired Stephen Daglio as its regional general adjuster covering New England and New York. Daglio has more than 30 years of experience in the insurance industry as a catastrophe adjuster. He formerly held the senior adjuster/general adjuster position at Patrick J. Donovan Associates. He resides in Danvers, Mass.

    Kathleen Johnson has returned to Rutland Regional ENT & Audiology after a year’s absence.Johnson, a graduate of the University of Connecticut, received a master’s degree in Audiology. She previously worked for seven years at Mid-Vermont ENT.

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