Salem Community Patriot July 16, 2010 - 3
submitted by Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce
Meet the Greater Salem Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Sheryl Parsons,
Lee Ann Brooks, Croft & Brooks, PLLC, Salem. Lee Ann is an attorney
practicing in Salem since 2001. She is licensed in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Her firm concentrates on estate plans, real estate matters, and small business matters. Her firm is a member of the Greater Salem Area Chamber of Commerce (GSCC) and Salem Contractors Association. Lee Ann is a Family Team Captain fundraiser for the March for Babies for the March of Dimes, Treasurer of the Salem Area Bar Association, and member of the Board of Directors for the Rockingham County Bar Association, and was a charter member of Salem Rotary Club. She was a lifetime resident of Salem, but currently lives in Windham with her husband and two children.
Lee Ann Brooks
Linda Michalczyk, Salem High School, Salem. Linda has been the Community Liaison for the Salem School District since 1995. In this role, Linda develops business partnerships for Salem High School. The majority of her quality time is spent on School-to-Career Internship Initiative. Linda currently serves on GSCC Board of Directors and has served in many capacities.
She has served on several boards of the Salem Boys & Girls Club, Salem Contractors Association, and chaired the annual drive for the United Way. Linda presently resides in Hampstead with her husband, John, and son, Michael, having lived in Salem for 28 years.
Megan Deramo, Holy Family Hospital, Methuen, MA.
Megan is Director of
Physician Services at Holy Family. In her role, Megan is responsible for the operations of all hospital-employed primary care and OB/ GYN practices in the community. Megan joined Holy Family in 2007 from Children’s Hospital Boston, where she directed operations for the Developmental Medicine, Genetics,
daughter, Megan, holds a bachelor’s degree from Simmons College in Boston, MA, and a master’s in Health Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH.
and Metabolism departments, among others. She currently serves on the Health Resource Committee. At Holy Family, she is using this expertise to bring on additional services through physician succession planning and recruitment. A resident of Concord, MA, where she lives with her
Sally D’Angelo, S.H. Designs, Windham. Sally is a professional, certified interior designer and owner of S.H. Designs, Space Planning/Interior Design. Established in 1987, the firm provides interior space planning and fit-up for businesses and public space, as well as a variety of residential design services. As a long-time member of the Chamber, Sally currently serves on the GSCC Board of Directors, the Windham Economic Development Committee, and Chairs the Government Affairs Committee. She enjoys finding creative solutions and helping others explore new directions. Toward that end, she teaches occasional college courses on design and business topics as time permits. Sally and her husband have resided, worked, raised their family, and been active in the Windham community for over 30 years.
Enterprise Bank, Salem. Sheryl is the branch relationship manager of Enterprise Bank in Salem. She has worked at Enterprise for six years and was part of the team that opened the Salem location. Sheryl has been involved with Salem’s Relay for Life for six years holding a variety of positions, including Event Co-Chair for two years. She has chaired the last two Taste of Salem events and has been on the committee for five years. Sheryl has been a participant in the Chamber’s Interview Contest for five years, and is the current president of the Salem Lions Club. She grew up in Salem and now lives in Londonderry with her husband, Steve. She has five children, three stepchildren, and three grandchildren.
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Beatles songs sounding like the real tunes Kimi Nichols Center with two clients
great harmonica. Audiences delight at the live harmonica in “Love Me Do.”
Kira, 6, and Tanna, 2, enjoy the music with their mom
Bill Betz is a highly skilled drummer and percussionist. Bill expertly brings Ringo Starr’s drumming style to BeatleTracks, never overplaying the parts. Caroline Killoh is a highly accomplished keyboards player, and by far one of the best. She is truly “the best” that BeatleTracks has ever had the pleasure of working with. Vince Cavaseno, along with bringing his own refined vocals to the band, is an expert in Beatles vocal harmonies. Vince studies every detail and nuance of the originals, and brings them back to life for BeatleTracks. While they may not dress exactly like the Fab Four did, the members of BeatleTracks all agree that the main objective of their tribute band is to sound as authentic as possible. “I’m not sure that I quite emulate them, except when I’m singing,” said Ken, who can sing both John Lennon and Paul McCartney’s vocals. “When I’m singing, I try to think about the style of the song and how it sounded.”
Jane Lang dances with the children by Robyn Hatch It seemed good to be entertained on a hot and muggy night in
Field of Dreams park, with a good crowd, plentiful ice cream and snacks, and incredible entertainment, by the BeatleTracks, who perform the music of The Beatles live for entertainment pleasure. Ken Sandler, the band’s rhythm guitarist, is also the founder and leader of the band. Since 2002 when Ken started working on building a Beatles tribute band, it has been Ken’s vision, leadership, and persistence that have driven the band forward each year to greater successes. Ken brings solid vocals to the band, along with expert “John Lennon-style” rhythm guitar, which he has played all his life. John Haberstroh, the band’s rock-solid bassist and singer, is a
walking Beatles encyclopedia. Audiences love his interaction with Beatles trivia and his slide show! John captures the style of Paul McCartney’s bass style, even playing most bass licks with a pick. John owns several bass models that were used by The Beatles and uses them in his shows. Brian Piker brings an unmatched excellence to his Beatles-style lead guitar, performing George Harrison’s riffs to a T. He also plays
His band mates do the same. “My goal is to sound as much like them as I can when I am singing,” said Vince, who is able to play rhythm guitar, keyboards, and percussion, if necessary. “I want to sound as much like Paul McCartney and John Lennon as I can. I think my contribution to the band is my ability to arrange the harmonies and to get everybody to sing the right notes, and really make the vocals sound like The Beatles sounded.”
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