DENNIS CAHILL HAS BEEN HIRED AS DIRECTOR OF SALES AND SERVICE

first_imgBLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF VERMONT ANNOUNCES THATDENNIS CAHILL HAS BEEN HIRED AS DIRECTOR OF SALES AND SERVICEBerlin, VT Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont this week announced the appointment of Dennis W. Cahill to the position of Director of Sales and Service.Cahill has more than 25 years of experience in progressively responsible positions in health insurance sales and account management, mostly with Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans in New England. He has served as vice president of sales for Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Hampshire, and was most recently vice president of sales and account management for Fallon Community Health Plan in Worcester, Massachusetts.Cahill has an undergraduate degree in business from Babson College and a graduate degree in business administration from the University of Hartford. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is the state’s oldest and largest private health insurer, providing coverage for about 180,000 Vermonters. It employs over 350 Vermonters at its headquarters in Berlin and branch office in Williston, and offers group and individual health plans to Vermonters. More information about Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is available on the Internet at www.bcbsvt.com(link is external). Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont is an independent corporation operating under a license with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, an association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans.last_img read more

PBSO deputies searching for missing, possibly endangered 12-year-old boy

first_imgAnyone with information about Andres’ whereabouts is asked to contact the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office at 561-688-3400 or 911. Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies are searching for a missing 12-year-old who was last seen Friday at 4:15 PM.Police say, 12-year-old Andres Miguens, is possibly endangered. He was last seen wearing an orange t-shirt, black basketball shorts, and black sneakers.last_img

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Nelson Leafs Hockey Club

first_imgMallard’s Source for sports would like to add to the Leafs success with Team of the Week honours.Leafs include back row, L-R, Carsen Willans, Blair Andrews, Austin Lindsay, Rayce Miller, Robson Cramer, Alec Wilkinson and Nolan Percival.Middle, stickboy Hayden Whitman, Austin Seaman, Aaron Dunlap,Troy Petrick, Adam Hodge, Patrick Croome, Kyle Clayton, Brandon Sookro, Rayce Miller, Nick Trefry and trainer Corey Niminken.Front, Brad Rebagliati, Travis Wellman, assistant coach Stathis Dimopoulos, Jamie Vlanich, head coach Frank Maida, Darnel St.Pierre, assistant coach Sean Dooley, Linden Horswill, goalie coach Bill McDonnell, Adam Maida and stickboy Aiden Osaka.Missing trainers Justin Willans, Derek Jackman and Shawn Badger. The Nelson Leafs gave Heritage City fans a taste of everything this Junior B season as the club played well into April for the first time in a few years.Fans attending Friday’s Cyclone Taylor Cup preliminary round contest between Nelson and KIJHL champion Beaver Valley Nitehawks said the battle was one of the best games the NDCC Arena has seen in years.last_img read more

Montego Bay United striker Gordon faces three-week layoff

first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Montego Bay United (MBU) FC not only lost their chance of advancing to the next round in the CFU’s Caribbean Club Championship by losing 1-0 to Trinidad and Tobago’s Central FC on Sunday night, they also may lose the services of red-hot striker Owayne ‘Turtle’ Gordon for at least three weeks.Midfielder Darren Mitchell’s 87th-minute strike was the decisive factor as MBU ended with 10 men after the sending off of centre back Winston Wilkinson for a second bookable offence.DECIDING GAMEBoth teams had beaten the other group contender, Cayman Islands’ Scholars FC, and their Sunday night clash was the decider. Central FC had won 6-0 over Scholars, while MBU had won 4-0.Gordon was replaced in the first half after he was accidentally poked in the left eye by a Central FC defender.”We took him to see an ophthalmologist and the diagnosis is that he suffered what they say is a laceration of the eyeball, meaning that he was scraped in the eye, most likely from a fingernail,” said Sandra Christie, the club’s chief operating officer.The injury could keep the player off the field for close to a month and comes at a most inappropriate time for both player and club.MoBay United are currently leading the Red Stripe Premier League with 55 points, one more than Portmore United, who drew 2-2 away to FC Reno in their Sunday fixture. But the Montego Bay club has played one game less, while boasting a league-leading 45 goals.Gordon, for his part, has been in sensational form, racking up seven goals in his last three outings for the club, including back-to-back braces in the Premier League before exploding for a hat-trick against Scholars FC of Cayman in last Wednesday’s opening Group Three match in the Club Championship.He has also become the focal point in attack for MoBay United in the absence of Dino Williams, who inked a season-long deal to play football in the United States.”Gordon’s injury does not sit well with the club. In fact, we are totally unhappy with the officiating in this match,” said Christie, adding that Cuban referee Marcos Despaign was not of a quality befitting such levels.”The referee, it would seem, never had an angle on the game. How can a player be seriously injured in the eye and you telling him to get up and play?” she questioned.last_img read more