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Memoire Announces 2 New Team Members

Cathy Marsh and Kristen Scheibel have joined the Boston-based brand as territory managers in the Midwest and Northeast respectively.

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Memoire Announces 2 New Team Members

Kristen Scheibel and Cathy Marsh

(PRESS RELEASE) BOSTON, MA — Memoire is announcing the addition of two industry veterans to its team.

Cathy Marsh and Kristen Scheibel have joined the Boston-based brand as territory managers in the Midwest and Northeast respectively.

“We are delighted to welcome Cathy and Kristen to the Memoire team,” said Peter Smith, president of Memoire.

“They are both very talented professionals with strong resumes and long histories of accomplishment in sales and sales management. We are excited about what they will bring to our customers in their respective territories and to Memoire ongoing.”

Cathy Marsh, who is based in the Chicago area, previously worked for industry notables John Hardy, Tacori, Scott Kay and David Yurman.

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Kristen Scheibel, who is based in central New York, previously worked for Ostbye & Anderson and Simon Golub.

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