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LAB Medical Manufacturing Inc. of Billerica, a manufacturer of medical instruments for more than 25 years, has named Andrew J. Dudka, 45, of Whitinsville, its chief operating officer. In this new position, he will be responsible for all aspects of the company's operations, including manufacturing, sales and marketing, finance and administration, research and engineering, and human resources. Mr. Dudka most recently was the director of operations of Hayward Pool Products Rhode Island Division of Hayward Industries Inc. Previously, he was director of operations at Thermo Fisher Scientific Environmental Instruments Division in Franklin. He also has held posts in Ireland and the Netherlands.

Carlye Eder, formerly of Northboro, a 2010 honors graduate of Syracuse University's Whitman School of Business, has joined Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corporation, in Hartford. Ms. Eder is in a two-year rotational management training program within Pratt & Whitney's Operations Material Management and Global Logistics Leadership Development Program. She has completed three professional certification exams in production and inventory management.

Marlborough Savings Bank has named Hudson native Karl J. Moisan of Marlboro as vice president of commercial lending, a position in which he will be responsible for managing and developing commercial loan relationships. He received his bachelor's degree from Norwich University and is pursuing a master's degree from Rider University and completion of the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking program. Mr. Moisan has earned the certified lender business banker designation. He has more than 26 years of commercial and residential real estate lending experience, most recently with Interbay Funding LLC.

TD Bank has promoted Robert W. Harvey of Holden to regional vice president in commercial lending in Worcester. In this position, he will develop, retain and expand the bank's commercial loan operations in Central Massachusetts, managing eight lenders and working with small business officers. He joined TD Bank in 1996 and most recently served as a senior relationship manager, managing a $167 million loan portfolio. He is a 1971 graduate of Nichols College, Dudley, and a 1966 graduate of Wachusett Regional High School in Holden and has more than 40 years of banking and lending experience.

Greg Marchand has merged his financial planning and insurance business with WB Smith Companies. He joins the company with 21 years of industry experience. Mr. Marchand is a certified financial planner, a chartered life underwriter and a chartered financial consultant.

The Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Centers in Worcester and Framingham have named Marcy Scheingold Ravech of Newton vice president of philanthropy and community programs. She was formerly associate director of policy and research at the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation, and for eight years was vice president of marketing and community relations for South Shore Mental Health, Quincy. Ms. Ravech will be responsible for developing a donor philanthropy system and implementing a marketing program for the center, formerly known as Great Brook Valley Community Health Center. It has a medical and dental facility at 19 Tacoma St. and also operates dental clinics at 200 High St., Clinton, and at 19 Norwich St., Worcester, as well as centers in Framingham. She received a bachelor's degree from Brandeis University and a master's degree from Boston University.

Webster One Source of West Boylston and Hanson, which provides commercial printing, sign solutions and complete mailing services, has named Gabriel J. Alvarez of Lawrence as Buskro operator in its West Boylston facility. In his new position, he will be responsible for labeling and quality control. He previously was employed at Saltus Press in Worcester as a mailroom-bindery supervisor overseeing work flow and quality control. Earlier, he operated a Muller Martini saddle stitcher, Buskro and inserter at Saltus. He graduated from high school in Colombia, and went on to receive a degree in machine tools. The company was created in 2008 through the merger of Webster Printing and Mailing of Hanson and Webster Fulfillment of Worcester.

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