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PEOPLE Leonel Espinal, Stephen Sakakeeny, and Jennifer Sutherby have joined the board of directors Essex County Habitat for Humanity.

Espinal, a Haverhill resident with offices in Danvers, brings with him many years of experience in banking and real estate which, he says, “are a great compliment to the work this organization does so well.”

Sakakeeny, Principal of SAK Environmental based in North Andover, who will continue to serve on the Site Acquisition Committee, says “Our work provides the opportunity for ‘affordable homeownership’ to deserving individuals and families… that builds equity, wealth, and stability.”

Sutherby, of Ipswich, who is the third new board member, says, “I joined the Habitat for Humanity board to exercise my skillsets to make an impactful difference in… the lives of families… with my background in architecture, construction and project management.”

Realtor Nancy Peterson was recently named a vice president at J Barrett & Company. Peterson, who lives in Hamilton and works at the agency’s Cummings Center office in Beverly, has been in real estate since 2018. She has an extensive background in marketing and was previously a marketing vice president at a major seafood retail and wholesale processing company. She has an MBA from Babson College and has two children, who graduated from the Hamilton-Wenham school system and are now in college. She is also active in community organizations including the Hamilton/Wenham League of Women Voters and her church.

Binni Hackett and Char Glessner were recently recognized by J Barrett & Company for their Hackett-Glessner Team being ranked No. 1 in real estate sales in Ipswich for 2022. They helped clients buy and sell properties totaling $30-plus million overall last year, which included $14,198,000 in Ipswich. Hackett, who also has a green designation from the National Association of Realtors, has lived in Ipswich for 35 years and is a native of England. Glessner has lived all over the world, including France, Singapore, and Malaysia, and also has deep ties to Ipswich. She currently lives in Wenham.

Realtor Patricia Gallagher Martin recently joined J Barrett & Company at its Ipswich office. She has extensive experience in marketing and selling single-family, commercial properties, land, new construction, waterfront properties, condominiums, multifamily homes, short sale and foreclosed properties. She began her real estate career as an agent but soon became the manager of several real estate offices. She is one of the first female graduates of St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers (in the 1970s), is a longtime Essex resident.

MILESTONESUS Nails in Endicott Plaza in Danvers celebrates three years of ownership by the Le family of Beverly. Manager Kelly Le proudly recalls the story of a tight-knit family that emigrated from Vietnam 33 years ago. Her parents and four siblings all reside in Beverly and are involved in both US Nails and Coco Nails in the Liberty Tree Mall for the last five years.

Le worked in the medical supply industry for 19 years and part-time in the nail business while raising her family and building a company. Her parents helped raise her four children — three daughters now in college and a son who works in an unrelated field — which she says is her proudest accomplishment. Her husband is a skilled machinist who used his technical ability on the design and layout of US Nails.

The salon recently expanded to facials, waxing and eyelash extensions. It is a full-service spa.

Salem Hospital was named “High Performing” in the treatment of nine specialties, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2023-2024 Best Hospitals rankings released earlier this year. This is the highest award a hospital can earn in the publisher’s Common Adult Procedure and Condition Ratings. The hospital was also ranked No. 6 overall in the Boston Metro Area and No. 8 in Massachusetts.

“To be recognized once again by U.S. News & World Report is a proud accomplishment for all of us at Salem Hospital. This achievement reflects the dedication and expertise of our outstanding physicians, nurses, and staff, who work diligently across multiple specialties to deliver high-quality, compassionate care to our patients,” said Roxanne Ruppel, president and chief operating officer, “It is an honor to care for this community and we are proud to be recognized for doing it well.”

U.S. News evaluated more than 4,500 hospitals across 15 specialties and 21 procedures and conditions; only 12% of evaluated hospitals earned a Best Hospitals ranking. Hospitals awarded a “Best” designation excelled at factors such as clinical outcomes, level of nursing care and patient experience.

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