Applications: The 215 Series Face & End Mills use the APKX style inserts utilizing a longer edge of the APKX inserts providing a longer cutting surface! The 215 Series End Mills have coolant through capability to allow increased feed rates!Special Information: The 215 Series tooling with its 15mm length of cut is a great addition to having the 207 & 217 Series tooling which have a 10mm length of cut. As always the finish that is produced by the 215 Series tooling is very good and you can get it all from LOVEJOY Tool Company.Products: LOVEJOY offers multiple style tools for these APKX inserts.” 215 Series Face Mills – longer cutting edges with APKX inserts” 215 Series End Mills – longer cutting edges with coolant holes & extended lengthsLOVEJOY Tool Company, Inc specializes in custom designing and a manufacturer of milling tools, inserts and some accessories for manufacturers in the aerospace, automotive, heavy equipment, mold and die, farm and industrial and many more industries. LOVEJOY is known for being a problem solver in the milling industry and we are here to solve your machining needs.For more information, call (800) 843-8376 or visit www.lovejoytool.com(link is external).
People’s United Bank,Founded in 1963, the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association (VFDA) represents more than 100 independent heating fuel dealers in the state, that have first hand experience with the growing need for fuel and heating assistance in our communities. The Patch Chit/Neighbor-in-Need Program has responded to emergency home fuel situations statewide for over 20 years, and serves as a “safety net” for Vermonters who do not qualify for state sponsored heating assistance programs, but find themselves in dire need. The Patch Chit Program was created in honor of the late David Patch, the owner of Patch’s Petroleum, who was a dedicated and generous community servant. Currently underway is the “Split the Ticket” campaign, which shares the cost of the fuel delivery ticket 50/50 with the participating Patch Chit/Neighbor-in-Need Program fuel dealer. VFDA members who take part in this program agree to donate a delivery of up to 150 gallons of heating oil, kerosene or propane to one of their own customers. If the fuel dealer is unable to indentify a needy customer for “Split the Ticket”, the VFDA will work with other local non-profit organizations to find a recipient. “Thanks to the generosity of Vermont Fuel Dealers, along with local businesses such as Chittenden Bank, the VFDA’s Patch Chit “Split the Ticket” campaign will provide more than 4,000 gallons of heating fuel for Vermonters in need,” said Matt Cota, Executive Director of VFDA.”Chittenden Bank is proud to continue our commitment to the wellbeing of fellow Vermonters by donating $10,000 to the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association’s “Split the Ticket” campaign. Nothing is more fundamental than food and fuel, and this year, more than ever, people will need help keeping warm,” said Kathy Schirling, Chittenden Bank Senior Vice President.About the VFDAVFDA represents companies in the business of keeping Vermonters warm. VFDA members sell heating oil, Bio-Heat®, diesel, biodiesel, gasoline, kerosene, wood pellets and propane. Members also sell, install and service a variety of heating systems. VFDA is Vermont’s leading provider of training for energy conservation analysts and heating technicians. For more information visit www.vermontfuel.com(link is external) or call 802-223-7750.About Chittenden BankChittenden Bank, which has proudly served individuals and businesses statewide since 1906 is a division of People’s United Bank, a federally-chartered savings bank with $20 billion in assets. People’s United Bank provides consumer and commercial banking services through a network of more than 300 branches in Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine and New York. Through additional subsidiaries, People’s United Bank provides equipment financing, asset management, brokerage and financial advisory services, and insurance services. For more information please call 800-545-2236 or visit www.chittenden.com(link is external).
Dealer.com,Dealer.com, the leading provider of online marketing solutions for the automotive industry, today announced that Mark Bonfigli, CEO, received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2009 Award in the technology category in New England. According to Ernst & Young LLP, the award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who are building and leading dynamic, growing businesses. Mark Bonfigli was selected by an independent panel of judges, and the award was presented at a gala event at the Marriott Newton Hotel on June 16th.”I am excited to receive this great honor. I accept it on behalf of the Dealer.com team members who help our clients succeed every day,” commented Bonfigli. “Their hard work, dedication and creativity are the driving force behind our industry leadership. From the beginning, we have always had a strong research and development focus to keep our clients two to four years ahead of the competition and this strategy is a significant reason for our success and our clients’ success.”The Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year awards celebrate their 23rd anniversary this year. The program honors entrepreneurs who have demonstrated exceptionality in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. We are proud to recognize the achievements of Bonfigli, said Kristin Keating, Ernst & Young LLP Entrepreneur Of The Year Program Co-Chair for New England. Winners of the Entrepreneur Of The Year award build leading businesses and contribute significantly to the strength of our region s economy. Their success helps our area grow stronger.As a New England award winner, Bonfigli is now eligible for consideration for the Ernst & Young LLP Entrepreneur Of The Year 2009 national program. Award winners in several national categories, as well as the overall national Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award winner, will be announced at the annual awards gala in Palm Springs, California on November 14, 2009. The awards are the culminating event of the Ernst & Young Strategic Growth Forum, the nation s most prestigious gathering of high-growth, market-leading companies.SponsorsFounded and produced by Ernst & Young LLP, the Entrepreneur Of The Year awards are pleased to have the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and SAP America as national sponsors.In New England, local sponsors include Bowne, Curran & Connors, Boston Magazine, J.Robert Scott, Marsh, Nixon Peabody and AMS.About Dealer.comFounded in Burlington, VT in 1997, Dealer.com is the leading provider of online marketing solutions to the automotive industry. Dealer.com offers NADA award-winning SmartSites ¢ website design incorporating dynamic video; user-friendly lead management tools; the best in search engine advertising and unparalleled metrics and web analytics. Excellent customer service, innovative training and proven results are just a few of the reasons why more of the top 125 dealer groups use Dealer.com than any other vendor. Dealer.com was also the 2008 top rated web provider on Drivingsales.com, the industry s largest online dealer community.Dealer.com s suite of online marketing solutions is the only set of tools that effectively creates a 360° view of auto dealers online and traditional marketing investments and results. Dealers are easily able to track spending and determine which activities are leading to the highest return on investment, allowing them to streamline advertising and marketing efforts into targeted activities that increase sales and improve the bottom line.About Ernst & Young s Entrepreneur Of The Year® Awards ProgramErnst & Young s Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award is the world s most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs. The award makes a difference through the way it encourages entrepreneurial activity among those with potential and recognizes the contribution of people who inspire others with their vision, leadership and achievement. As the first and only truly global award of its kind, the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® award celebrates those who are building and leading successful, growing and dynamic businesses, recognizing them through regional, national and global awards programs in more than 135 cities in 50 countries.Burlington, VT, June 17, 2009
Source: NMC. St. Albans, VT: (October 9, 2009) The Board of Northwestern Medical Center has appointed Jill Berry Bowen as the hospital’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A native of Maine, Berry Bowen most recently served as Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Officer at Mercy Hospital in Portland, ME. Before that, she was Chief Operating Officer for more than 10 years at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington, ME. Berry Bowen is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has been an active leader in state and local health initiatives and community organizations. She has a master’s degree in nursing (MSN) and a master’s degree in business (MBA). Her official start date at NMC is still to be determined. “We are very pleased that Jill has accepted the position,” Judy Ashley-McLaughlin, NMC Board of Directors Vice President and Chairperson of the Search Committee. “The NMC Board conducted a national search through our management services firm, QHR. We are confident that we have selected the right person to lead our hospital and community into the future.”Wesley Oswald has been serving as interim CEO for the hospital since June. Oswald was put in place by QHR when prior NMC CEO Peter Hofstetter accepted the hospital CEO position in Taos, New Mexico. “Wes has worked closely and diligently with our employees, medical staff and board to provide a smooth transition. His guidance and experience are greatly appreciated,” added Ms. Ashley-McLaughlin.NMC is a vibrant not-for-profit community hospital in northwestern Vermont whose staff has been recognized two years in a row by Avatar International for excellence in overall patient satisfaction. For more information on NMC, please visit www.northwesternmedicalcenter.org(link is external)
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) at 10 am on Thursday, October 6, 2011, will close a small section of Route 14 in East Montpelier that was damaged by spring flooding and exacerbated by Tropical Storm Irene. The road is expected to remain closed into November. Route 14 between its intersection with Route 2 and Northstar Fireworks was restricted to one lane on September 26 due to the roadway beginning to slide into the Winooski River. Engineers originally believed the road could be repaired while maintaining one lane of traffic, but the roadway continues to undermine. Electronic message boards beginning Wednesday will warn motorists of the coming closure. ‘All the rain we had over the past week exacerbated the situation, and earth is now disappearing from underneath the road at an accelerated rate,’ said VTrans Secretary Brian Searles. ‘We have already lost about three feet of asphalt, and there is no longer room to safely have both traffic and construction vehicles in the same area.’ All commercial vehicles will be rerouted to Route 302 regardless of their destination, while pleasure vehicles can use Route 302 to reach Montpelier or Country Club Road to reach Plainfield. VTrans plans to keep Route 14 passable for emergency vehicles. While the agency hopes to keep one-way traffic flowing until 10 a.m. Thursday, roadway workers will continually monitor the situation and reevaluate plans. The agency will close the road without warning anytime if it believes public safety could be compromised. For up-to-date information on storm-related openings and closings, people can call VTrans recovery call center at 1-800-866-7099 or go to the agency’s homepage at www.aot.state.vt.us(link is external) where they can sign up for alerts pushed to their mobile phone. You can also follow VTrans’ recovery efforts on both Facebook and Twitter.