The Adirondack Trust Co. has appointed Mary Gavin as a new member to its board of directors.
Gavin is certified public accountant and a principal of Gavin and LaVigne Inc., a firm offering capital financing to hospitals and nursing homes. She represents hospitals both locally and nationwide in their financing transactions.
In her role as president and CEO of the firm, Gavin is responsible for strategic planning and management of client relationships.
Gavin has also held fundraising, leadership and board positions with Saratoga Care Foundation Inc., Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Central Catholic School, Flower & Fruit Mission of Saratoga Hospital, Committee on Healthcare Financing and Adirondack Trust Co. Community Fund as former chairperson and advisory committee member.
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Jenifer Marten was promoted to vice president and commercial relationship manager at Ballston Spa National Bank.
Marten is responsible for managing commercial banking relationships.
She joined the bank in 2005 as an assistant vice president, retail sales manager and was promoted in 2014 to assistant vice president, commercial relationship manager. She received a bachelor’s degree in marketing and management from Siena College and an associate’s degree from SUNY Cobleskill for business administration.
Active in the community, she is the 2017 board chairperson for the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County. As a long-time volunteer with the Chamber, she led the Women in Business committee in 2015 and 2016 and was the driving force behind the Baskets of Hope program. This program benefits Wellspring and its mission to end domestic violence and relationship abuse in Saratoga County. Marten also serves as den mother for her children’s Cub Scout troop.
Sandra Losee was named assistant vice president and business development officer at Ballston Spa National Bank.
Losee will be responsible for developing relationships with business prospects and customers in order to generate, retain and expand lending and deposit services.
Losee will work from the bank’s new full service branch at 1973 Western Ave. in Guilderland, which is slated to open later this spring. With over 20 years of previous experience in the banking industry, she was most recently a branch manager at First Niagara Bank.
Active in the community, Losee is the treasurer of the Western Turnpike Kiwanis.
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StoredTech hired Bret Cofer as vice president of operations.
The company also said Alan VanTassel has transferred to a sales and marketing role.
Cofer is relocating from Rochester. He has a background in service delivery from companies such as Extreme Networks and Avaya. Cofer has 25 years of experience in the technology sector.
VanTassel has been with StoredTech for nearly four years. His background includes working with companies like Verizon. He is a specialist in strategy and staff development.
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Robert Singley of Saratoga Springs, an employee of AT&T, was honored recently by the company with the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA).
Singley was awarded a bronze award for volunteering more than 100 volunteer hours in 2016.
The PVSA recognizes individuals who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism throughout the year. Singley is among 4,288 AT&T employees nationwide to receive an award. They logged a minimum of 100 service hours last year, with many volunteering more than 500 hours.
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Dr. Patrick McNulty has joined Saratoga Hospital as director of interventional cardiology. He oversees both emergency and diagnostic cardiac procedures at the hospital’s Whitney-Hendrickson Cardiovascular Center.
McNulty comes to Saratoga Hospital from Bassett Healthcare Network in Cooperstown, where he served as chief of cardiology and oversaw the significant expansion of cardiac services. He has extensive experience in building and growing a comprehensive interventional cardiology program. Interventional cardiologists perform minimally invasive, catheter-based procedures—including balloon angioplasty and stenting—to diagnose and treat heart conditions.
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, McNulty earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. After an internship and residency at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, he completed fellowship training in cardiology at Yale University Medical Center.
McNulty is board certified in internal medicine, with subspecialty certifications in cardiology and interventional cardiology. He is in practice with Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Cardiology.