What’s happening on the local business scene
Meaghan Linn Grasso has joined William Raveis Real Estate’s Mystic Office at 39 E. Main St. She completed a 60-hour Practices and Principles Course and Connecticut. Real Estate Law course at Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors in Franklin. She can be reached at www. meaghangrasso.raveis.com or (860) 772-9643.
Benjamin M. Servideo has joined the Westerly Community Credit Union as the small business lending officer. He comes to WCCU with more than seven years’ experience in the industry, most recently from the Washington Trust Company, and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island. He lives in Pawcatuck. Servideo can be reached at (401) 637-4436 or [email protected]erlyccu. com.
Pamela Klapproth has been named chief executive officer of Fairview, The Odd Fellows Home of Connecticut, in Groton. CEO James Rosenman will be departing mid-January, and Klapproth will begin Feb. 11. She is a licensed nursing home administrator. Fairview specializes in rehabilitation and post-acute care, cardiac rehabilitation, long-term care, memory care and independent senior housing. For more information visit www. FairviewCT.org.
Dorothy Schrage has joined the administrative team at Seniors Helping Seniors.A long-time Mystic resident, she has spent more than 10 years in the senior industry helping people maintain their independence and live happy and healthy lives. Schrage will be working part time in the Mystic office and joins Peg Girard, Margot Larkin and Maria Cerino as well as Dottye Bessette, RN. The agency opened in Stonington in 2007 and has expanded to provide services throughout all New London County as well as southern Rhode Island. Call (860) 5364767 for more information.