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New Hampshire Increases Employment Opportunities For People With Disabilities

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The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Bureau of Developmental Services (BDS) recently recognized 10 individuals for outstanding contributions in strengthening New Hampshire’s workforce by increasing employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

“These individuals should be considered leaders in their community,” said DHHS Commissioner Nicholas Toumpas, “as they provide not only an opportunity to work, but an opportunity to participate in another aspect of life.” Commissioner Toumpas recognized each individual with a certificate of appreciation at a recent employment conference held in Concord.

The following received certificates:

* Donna Marcinkowski, Human Resources Manager, NH Ball Bearing, Peterborough

* Kathy Harrington, Executive Director, Stonewall Farm, Keene

* Matt Louis, Executive Sous Chef, Wentworth by the Sea, New Castle

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* Dan Beckemeyer, General Operations Manager, Aarons Furniture, Belmont

* John Fauci, Supt of Schools, Gilmanton School District SAU 79

* Rachel Hatch, Administrative Assistant, Gilmanton School District SAU 79

* Christine Grande, Associate Relations Manager, Hannaford Supermarkets, Gilford

* Jane Dixon, Manager of Membership and Events, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester

* Stacey Wright, Cafe Manager, Tidewater Catering, Manchester

* Bob Purcell, Company President, Brevan Electronics, Merrimack

"As is the case for all citizens of our state, employment is a critical element for people with disabilities,” said BDS Administrator Matthew Ertas. “These employers along with other businesses in the state have been instrumental in employing over 1,100 people. We appreciate the business communities’ recognition of the benefits that individuals with disabilities provide to the state’s workforce.”