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Carlin, Charron & Rosen announces that David M. Desmarais, a certified public accountant and partner-in-charge of the Private Client Services Group, has been named an equity partner at the firm. He joined CCR in 1998 and has more than 10 years' tax and accounting experience. He spearheaded the legal and financial initiative for the formation of the firm's Charitable Foundation Inc. and serves as its director. Mr. Desmarais received a bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a master's degree from Northeastern University and a master's in business administration from Nichols College. He lives in Boylston and works in the firm's Westboro office.

William M. Keyles of Marlboro has been named training and development manager at Clinton Savings Bank. He previously was a senior training specialist at Middlesex Savings Bank in Natick, and he began his training career at USTrust Bank in Boston. He received a bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz and a master's degree from the University of Massachusetts at Boston.

Andrew L. Freilich of Worcester has been named site manager and executive director of The Willows at Worcester retirement community. He is overseeing construction of a 151-unit building with parking garage and 40 cottage-style homes, as well as supervising renovations to the Level IV rest home. He founded A.L.F. Designs and Interiors in 1990, which he sold in 2002. He then founded ALF Construction. Mr. Freilich graduated from Northeastern University. The Willows is owned by SALMON Health and Retirement of Westboro.

Putnam Bank, with branches in northeastern Connecticut, announces that Keith Mosher has joined its commercial lending team. His lending experience includes positions as mortgage origination manager with New London Trust and senior underwriter and vice president for Brooklyn Savings Bank. Most recently he was coordinator of college development at Quinebaug Valley Community College. He also was executive director of the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Mosher received a bachelor's degree from Brown University and lives in Putnam.

Enviro-Safe Corp. announces that Edward W. Pickering has joined the firm as general manager of technical services in its Milford office. Mr. Pickering, of Sudbury, brings more than 25 years of consulting experience, having recently served as director of regulatory compliance at a local environmental consulting firm. He received master's degrees from Babson College, Tufts University and the University of Massachusetts.

Michael J. Atwater of Boston has been promoted to manage the Shrewsbury branch of the online investing company Scottrade. He began his career as an intern with the company's Newton Centre office. He received a bachelor's degree from Boston College.

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