Steve Boucher, CEO, of Airmar Technology Corp., and the employees of the Milford firm were honored recently as the August winner of the Not Your Typical Business Award, presented each month by Citizens and New Hampshire Business Review.[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
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1. High respect, as that shown for special merit; esteem: the honor shown to a Nobel laureate.
a. Good name; reputation.
b. recently as the August winner of the Not Your Typical Business Award, presented each month by Citizens and New Hampshire Business Review New Hampshire Business Review is a bi-monthly publication, based in Manchester, covering business-related issues in New Hampshire.
It is published on newsprint by Pennsylvania-based Independent Publications, which also owns the Telegraph of Nashua . Also at the award presentation were, from left: Lori Chandonnais, senior vice president, commercial lending, Citizens Bank; Joe Carelli, executive vice president and state director of commercial lending for Citizens; Cathy Schmidt, president and CEO of Citizens; Jeff Hickok, vice president, commercial lending for the bank; and Sharron McCarthy, publisher of New Hampshire Business Review. The monthly award recognizes businesses that have demonstrated leadership in their commitment to their customers, colleagues and community. As part of the award, the Citizens Bank Foundation made a $1,000 donation to the United Way.