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My options: let it be and if they contact me, gently tell them "no." Or should I contact each of them in a week or so by phone or email and tell them it isn't going to work out. I want to act in as unhurtful and ethical way as possible.John in Northampton, Ma Hi John, To me a lot depends on the "relationship" you had with each woman and how you think they feel.He was hired as a Corrections Officer on February 2, 2007.In September 2008 he was promoted to Probation/Parole Officer and worked in the Nashua District Office.I feel fortunate to have this service available as another way to meet people David, 58, Lenox I met someone wonderful through your fine service.Lanie's moral support and encouragement helped me during the dating process.I would prefer the e-mail so I wouldn't have to say anything back to you but both are acceptable. Craig & Amy in Greenfield We met on mass match just over two years ago and we both feel that we have met the loves of our lives..now live together and are married thanks to Lanie who does an amazing job.Being upfront with people, though brief and with no explanations and no reasons given, is the best approach, and your straightforwardness will be a great gift. What an incredible gift we have been given, through YOU! Jeanne and Carol, Northampton Multimedia & Press Click the video player above for an interview with founders Lanie and Bud for WWLP-22News.
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Originally from Dover, New Hampshire, Investigator Mone graduated from Massachusetts Maritime Academy in 1999 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marine Safety. In 2004, Investigator Mone was assigned to the NH Attorney General’s Drug Task Force and continued in that assignment until 2007.
Prior to entering law enforcement, Investigator Mone sailed as a licensed Officer in the U. Director Benard graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2006 with a dual major in Psychology and Justice Studies.
He decided to run for the NHPA Board of Directors to dedicate his time to serve his fellow Officers both past and present.
Detective Cinelli has been involved in law enforcement for the past 21 years.