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Clinton Savings Bank has named Kevin W. DeNorscia of Holden assistant vice president of commercial lending. He most recently was assistant vice president and business development officer at Leominster Credit Union. He has previously worked at Banknorth, Millbury Federal Credit Union and MetroWest Bank.

Alejandro Madrigal of Worcester has joined the Boston office of New York Life Insurance Co. as an agent. He has a master's degree and a bachelor's degree from Assumption College, where he was a captain of the tennis team.

Southbridge-based Savers Bank has made two appointments. Laurie A. Anderson of Woodstock, Conn., has been appointed assistant vice president of mortgage servicing. She has been with Savers Bank since 2001. Vivian C. Delisle of Southbridge has been named retail banking officer in addition to her duties as branch manager of the Southbridge office. She is a 36-year employee of Savers Bank.

Stephen P. Neun of Holden has been named dean of academic affairs at Anna Maria College in Paxton. Prior to joining Anna Maria, he served as assistant vice president for academic affairs and dean for the School of Graduate and Extended Studies at Utica College. He received a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Connecticut.

The R.H. White Construction Co. of Auburn has hired Lee C. Ransom for the newly created position of business development manager, northern region. Mr. Ransom, of Epsom, N.H., will work from R.H. White's office in Merrimack, N.H. He has more than 20 years' experience in natural gas distribution in the areas of field operations, corrosion control, engineering and sales/project management.

Naomi L. Blankenship of Warwick, R.I., has been promoted to national sales representative at Cranston Print Works Co., which has operations in Webster. Her primary focus will be to manage the account of Jo-Ann Fabrics. A sales representative since 1997, she previously handled all off-goods sales.

Don J.J. Cordell has been named a partner at the Worcester law firm Bowditch & Dewey LLP. A resident of Waltham, he is a graduate of Boston College and received his law degree from Boston College Law School. Mr. Cordell, who will work in the firm's Framingham office, was most recently a shareholder and partner at the Wellesley law firm of Seegel Lipshutz & Wilchins LLP. His law practice is primarily in the areas of estate planning, tax counseling and asset protection planning.

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