Haverhill Retirement Board Names Assistant City Clerk Angus as Benefit Counselor

Laura Angus when she served as assistant city clerk and License Commission clerk. (WHAV News file photograph.)

Haverhill’s Assistant City Clerk Laura Angus is moving on up—upstairs in City Hall, in fact—to become benefit counselor to the Haverhill Retirement Board.

Angus, a former lawyer in private practice, has served as assistant city clerk since being appointed by Mayor James J. Fiorentini in April 2014. She assumes her new duties Monday, Feb. 24.

The position calls for counseling members on retirement benefits, calculating pensions in accordance with state law, processing disability applications, providing estimated retirement benefits to members, interpreting laws and regulations and other duties.

Angus was hired by the Retirement Board and will report to administrator David Van Dam. The job was offered at an annual salary of between $62,000-$72,000.

She previously operated Laura Angus Family Day Care from 2004-2014 and served as managing attorney for Attorney’s Title Services of Wellesley from 2001-2004 and Guaranty Abstract Company of Eastern Massachusetts of Cambridge and Wellesley from 1987-2001.

Angus received her juris doctor degree from New England School of Law in 1987 and bachelor’s from University of New Hampshire in 1983.

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