Serving the Maine Communities of Franklin County, Livermore & Livermore Falls

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Officers

Shaun Riggs
President
Shaun Riggs
The Dugout Bar and Grill

Shaun Riggs, of Farmington, was born in Brunswick, Maine.  He grew up in Readfield and graduated from Maranacook Community School in 1998.  He attended Bryant College in Rhode Island and later the University of Maine at Farmington.

Shaun began his work in the restaurant business when he was 13, working weekends in his grandmother’s breakfast diner in Palermo.  He supported himself through college by working in restaurants.  He spent a short stint at the Maine State Housing Authority as a consultant who planned the Annual Governor’s Conference on Affordable Housing.  After leaving UMF, he moved to Monrovia, Liberia, where he lived and worked for a catering business. 

Some time after returning to Maine, Shaun had the opportunity to purchase The Dugout Bar and Grill, in the fall of 2010.  Since then, he has operated the business successfully, employing 14 staff, and giving to several charitable organizations. 

When Shaun isn’t at the Dugout, he enjoys spending time and volunteering at his local Elks Lodge in Farmington.  He’s an avid but far-from-professional golfer and fisherman, and enjoys time at his family’s camp on Moosehead Lake.

Shaun Riggs, of Farmington, was born in Brunswick, Maine.  He grew up in Readfield and graduated from Maranacook Community School in 1998.  He attended Bryant College in Rhode Island and later the University of Maine at Farmington.

Shaun began his work in the restaurant business when he was 13, working weekends in his grandmother’s breakfast diner in Palermo.  He supported himself through college by working in restaurants.  He spent a short stint at the Maine State Housing Authority as a consultant who planned the Annual Governor’s Conference on Affordable Housing.  After leaving UMF, he moved to Monrovia, Liberia, where he lived and worked for a catering business. 

Some time after returning to Maine, Shaun had the opportunity to purchase The Dugout Bar and Grill, in the fall of 2010.  Since then, he has operated the business successfully, employing 14 staff, and giving to several charitable organizations. 

When Shaun isn’t at the Dugout, he enjoys spending time and volunteering at his local Elks Lodge in Farmington.  He’s an avid but far-from-professional golfer and fisherman, and enjoys time at his family’s camp on Moosehead Lake.

Becky Davis-Allen
Vice President
Becky Davis-Allen
Bangor Savings Bank

Becky Davis-Allen is a passionate advocate for Greater Franklin County. She has served on many boards in the area, including the Healthy Community Coalition, Western Maine CA$H coalition, Western Mountains Alliance, and the University of Maine at Farmington Board of Visitors. Becky has served two years as the United Way Campaign Chair as well. She has over 30 years of continuous service with Bangor Savings Bank and currently serves as Vice President as a local Mortgage Loan Officer. Becky lives in Strong with her significant other, Richard Savage Jr. Her favorite activities include cooking, playing with her 3 granddaughters and spending time at camp on Kimball Pond in Vienna.

Becky Davis-Allen is a passionate advocate for Greater Franklin County. She has served on many boards in the area, including the Healthy Community Coalition, Western Maine CA$H coalition, Western Mountains Alliance, and the University of Maine at Farmington Board of Visitors. Becky has served two years as the United Way Campaign Chair as well. She has over 30 years of continuous service with Bangor Savings Bank and currently serves as Vice President as a local Mortgage Loan Officer. Becky lives in Strong with her significant other, Richard Savage Jr. Her favorite activities include cooking, playing with her 3 granddaughters and spending time at camp on Kimball Pond in Vienna.

Chris Hollingsworth
Treasurer
Chris Hollingsworth
Spruce Mountain Elementary School

Chris Hollingsworth is the Principal at Spruce Mountain Elementary School in Jay.  Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maine at Farmington and his Master’s Degree from UMO. Chris has more than 23 years of experience in school administration. Before becoming Principal at Spruce Mountain Elementary School 10 years ago, he was Principal at Waterville High School and Assistant Principal at Sanford High School.  Chris is an active member of the Maine Principals Association (MPA) and has served on several MPA committees over the years.  Chris is also actively involved in the Safe Schools committee started in RSU #9.

When not working, Chris spends time on Ski Slope Road in Farmington where he lives with his family.  His wife Jodi and their four children--Tucker, Taylor, Cooper and Casey, make for little down time.  Chris and Jodi, along with help from the family, are active in “renewing old houses” in the Wilton and Farmington area.  The whole family is also very involved in helping to run Jodi’s parents Morrison Hill Apple Orchard during the summer to fall apple season.

 

 

 

 

 

Chris Hollingsworth is the Principal at Spruce Mountain Elementary School in Jay.  Chris earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maine at Farmington and his Master’s Degree from UMO. Chris has more than 23 years of experience in school administration. Before becoming Principal at Spruce Mountain Elementary School 10 years ago, he was Principal at Waterville High School and Assistant Principal at Sanford High School.  Chris is an active member of the Maine Principals Association (MPA) and has served on several MPA committees over the years.  Chris is also actively involved in the Safe Schools committee started in RSU #9.

When not working, Chris spends time on Ski Slope Road in Farmington where he lives with his family.  His wife Jodi and their four children--Tucker, Taylor, Cooper and Casey, make for little down time.  Chris and Jodi, along with help from the family, are active in “renewing old houses” in the Wilton and Farmington area.  The whole family is also very involved in helping to run Jodi’s parents Morrison Hill Apple Orchard during the summer to fall apple season.

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Fournier
Secretary
Matthew Fournier
RSU 9

Matt was born at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine on January 31, 1979. His mother was in her senior year of nursing school and his father worked at the “Pie Plate” in Old Town. Shortly after he was born, he got a job at the local paper mill where he worked until it stopped operations in 2003. His mother worked at the hospital where he was born until that time as well.

His parents were part of a hard working middle class family and instilled in him a value for education and helping those in need. That’s why after graduating from high school in 1997, Matt enrolled at the University of Maine at Farmington where he studied to become a social studies teacher and met the woman who would one day become his wife.

Like many young people in Maine, he emigrated to Portland after graduation and started his career first at an insurance company called UNUM. He knew I wanted to become an educator, though, and with few prospects,he took the advice of a coworker at the time and pursued a jobteaching English as a second language in Seoul, South Korea. This was a great experience that has influenced Matt in many ways.

Once he returned home, he again had a difficult time finding a job as an educator, so he began working for a fleet fuel card company known as WEX in South Portland. Again, he became restless there and knew he needed to be teaching. With few options available at the time, he took a position as an ed tech III for the non-profit Spurwink at Glickman Academy in Portland,Maine.

Spurwink is a non-profit that works with youth and families with disabilities in a variety of ways. At first, he was only going to work there for a year. His plan was to get experience he could use to later get a general education classroom teaching social studies as he had originally planned. I ended up staying with Spurwink for almost seven years and found working in special education very rewarding. He enjoyed his time in the Portland area, but his wife and he agreed Farmington would be a better place to raise a family. When his wife was awarded her position as a mental health counselor at UMF, they were able to move back to Franklin County in 2013.

For the past five years, Matt has worked as a special education teacher and case manager at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington. He has found this work incredibly rewarding.  He enjoys the population he serves and the people he gets to work with each day. Most of all, he is happy to be able to raise his family in a small town with a great spirit of community.

Matt was born at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine on January 31, 1979. His mother was in her senior year of nursing school and his father worked at the “Pie Plate” in Old Town. Shortly after he was born, he got a job at the local paper mill where he worked until it stopped operations in 2003. His mother worked at the hospital where he was born until that time as well.

His parents were part of a hard working middle class family and instilled in him a value for education and helping those in need. That’s why after graduating from high school in 1997, Matt enrolled at the University of Maine at Farmington where he studied to become a social studies teacher and met the woman who would one day become his wife.

Like many young people in Maine, he emigrated to Portland after graduation and started his career first at an insurance company called UNUM. He knew I wanted to become an educator, though, and with few prospects,he took the advice of a coworker at the time and pursued a jobteaching English as a second language in Seoul, South Korea. This was a great experience that has influenced Matt in many ways.

Once he returned home, he again had a difficult time finding a job as an educator, so he began working for a fleet fuel card company known as WEX in South Portland. Again, he became restless there and knew he needed to be teaching. With few options available at the time, he took a position as an ed tech III for the non-profit Spurwink at Glickman Academy in Portland,Maine.

Spurwink is a non-profit that works with youth and families with disabilities in a variety of ways. At first, he was only going to work there for a year. His plan was to get experience he could use to later get a general education classroom teaching social studies as he had originally planned. I ended up staying with Spurwink for almost seven years and found working in special education very rewarding. He enjoyed his time in the Portland area, but his wife and he agreed Farmington would be a better place to raise a family. When his wife was awarded her position as a mental health counselor at UMF, they were able to move back to Franklin County in 2013.

For the past five years, Matt has worked as a special education teacher and case manager at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington. He has found this work incredibly rewarding.  He enjoys the population he serves and the people he gets to work with each day. Most of all, he is happy to be able to raise his family in a small town with a great spirit of community.

Board Members

Peter Smith
Peter Smith
Peter Smith Associates

Peter Smith is an organizational consultant serving a wide range of organizational clients and individuals since 1988 with consulting services in conflict management, strategic planning, team and organizational development, work re-design and leadership development.  From 1989 through 2009 he was on the faculty  and administrator of Antioch University New England teaching with the Department of Organization and Management. In 1997 he moved from Southern Maine to Carrabassett Valley, where he continues to live with his wife Dawn and their dog, Bailey Mae. In addition to his professional commitments and service on the United Way Board he is president of the Carrabassett Region of the New England Mountain Bike Association.

A passionate outdoor enthusiast, Peter is an avid skier, road and mountain bike cyclist, kayak paddler, and hiker. In addition to enjoying these pursuits in Franklin County and Maine, he has been known to venture to British Columbia occasionally to enjoy some powder skiing. Peter and Dawn have three young grandchildren that they try to see as often as they can, for their enjoyment and to give their parents a bit of a respite!

Peter Smith is an organizational consultant serving a wide range of organizational clients and individuals since 1988 with consulting services in conflict management, strategic planning, team and organizational development, work re-design and leadership development.  From 1989 through 2009 he was on the faculty  and administrator of Antioch University New England teaching with the Department of Organization and Management. In 1997 he moved from Southern Maine to Carrabassett Valley, where he continues to live with his wife Dawn and their dog, Bailey Mae. In addition to his professional commitments and service on the United Way Board he is president of the Carrabassett Region of the New England Mountain Bike Association.

A passionate outdoor enthusiast, Peter is an avid skier, road and mountain bike cyclist, kayak paddler, and hiker. In addition to enjoying these pursuits in Franklin County and Maine, he has been known to venture to British Columbia occasionally to enjoy some powder skiing. Peter and Dawn have three young grandchildren that they try to see as often as they can, for their enjoyment and to give their parents a bit of a respite!

Ashley Montgomery
Ashley Montgomery
University of Maine at Farmington

Ashley Montgomery is the Director of the Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) at UMF. She moved to the area in 2000 from East Tennessee and never imagined she would be here fifteen years later. In her work at the University of Maine at Farmington she teaches both first year and graduate classes. She also mentors new faculty, supports all aspects of faculty teaching, technology integration and works with UMS level strategic planning around teaching, learning and technology.

When she is not working, she is at home in Wilton with her partner Ryan, his two children, her puppy Rudy and cantankerous kitty Josie. To decompress she cooks, gardens, travels, swims, and reads as much as she can. As a native Tennessean, she also tries to get south a couple of times a year to get her dose of all that is Southern (fried catfish and good iced tea are a must!).

Ashley Montgomery is the Director of the Teaching & Learning Collaborative (TLC) at UMF. She moved to the area in 2000 from East Tennessee and never imagined she would be here fifteen years later. In her work at the University of Maine at Farmington she teaches both first year and graduate classes. She also mentors new faculty, supports all aspects of faculty teaching, technology integration and works with UMS level strategic planning around teaching, learning and technology.

When she is not working, she is at home in Wilton with her partner Ryan, his two children, her puppy Rudy and cantankerous kitty Josie. To decompress she cooks, gardens, travels, swims, and reads as much as she can. As a native Tennessean, she also tries to get south a couple of times a year to get her dose of all that is Southern (fried catfish and good iced tea are a must!).

Dyan Macomber
Dyan Macomber
Bangor Savings Bank

Dyan Macomber is an Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of Bangor Savings Bank in Farmington.  Dyan was born and raised here in Franklin County, grew up in Wilton and attended schools in RSU 9. 

Dyan has 17+ years of banking and finance experience and serves on the Franklin County Animal Shelter board as well.  She’s volunteered her time on various boards and committees over the past 15 years. 

She is proud to be part of an organization that shares the same passion in strengthening the resources and is an advocate in identifying local needs in our communities.

When not working, Dyan enjoys all seasons with her family.  During the winter, she’s often found on a ski slope with her daughter Ashlyn and son Karter or ice fishing on one of the many lakes here in Maine with the entire family.  She enjoys exploring different beaches on the coast of Maine and making memories with her kids on mini weekend getaways with Boston being their favorite escape.

Dyan Macomber is an Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of Bangor Savings Bank in Farmington.  Dyan was born and raised here in Franklin County, grew up in Wilton and attended schools in RSU 9. 

Dyan has 17+ years of banking and finance experience and serves on the Franklin County Animal Shelter board as well.  She’s volunteered her time on various boards and committees over the past 15 years. 

She is proud to be part of an organization that shares the same passion in strengthening the resources and is an advocate in identifying local needs in our communities.

When not working, Dyan enjoys all seasons with her family.  During the winter, she’s often found on a ski slope with her daughter Ashlyn and son Karter or ice fishing on one of the many lakes here in Maine with the entire family.  She enjoys exploring different beaches on the coast of Maine and making memories with her kids on mini weekend getaways with Boston being their favorite escape.

Bob Bailie
Bob Bailie
Photojournalist

Bob is a PR photographer on retainer at UMF and a past photojournalist for both daily and weekly publications in Cleveland, Omaha, and Milwaukee, as well as covering assignments for Bloomberg News and Associated Press.

As a recent resident of Maine (five years), Bob has turned his attention to documenting the natural beauty and history of the high peaks region of Western Maine where he lives with his wife Patti who is a professor at UMF.

A fine art and commercial photo graduate from Cleveland’s Cooper School of Art, with a photojournalism degree from Omaha Metro, and much later a BS in Marketing Management from Bellevue University, has allowed for a merging of PR, photojournalism and fine art skills.

Bob is also a full-time ski instructor at Sugarloaf Ski area and enjoys his time off on ice skates or snow shoes.

Bob is a PR photographer on retainer at UMF and a past photojournalist for both daily and weekly publications in Cleveland, Omaha, and Milwaukee, as well as covering assignments for Bloomberg News and Associated Press.

As a recent resident of Maine (five years), Bob has turned his attention to documenting the natural beauty and history of the high peaks region of Western Maine where he lives with his wife Patti who is a professor at UMF.

A fine art and commercial photo graduate from Cleveland’s Cooper School of Art, with a photojournalism degree from Omaha Metro, and much later a BS in Marketing Management from Bellevue University, has allowed for a merging of PR, photojournalism and fine art skills.

Bob is also a full-time ski instructor at Sugarloaf Ski area and enjoys his time off on ice skates or snow shoes.

Brenda Clark
Brenda Clark
Verso Corporation

Brenda Clark is the Maintenance Logistics Manager at Verso Corporation’s Androscoggin Mill in Jay.  She has more than 30 years of experience working in the paper industry.  Some of her duties with Verso include recruiting, training, and managing the certification process of maintenance employees’ skill levels.  Brenda also supports all aspects of strategic planning around facility regulatory compliance and equipment reliability.  Brenda earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Thomas College.

She resides in Jay with her husband, and has three grown children.  In her free time, Brenda enjoys spending time with family and friends.  She also serves on advisory boards for education and community development programs.

Brenda Clark is the Maintenance Logistics Manager at Verso Corporation’s Androscoggin Mill in Jay.  She has more than 30 years of experience working in the paper industry.  Some of her duties with Verso include recruiting, training, and managing the certification process of maintenance employees’ skill levels.  Brenda also supports all aspects of strategic planning around facility regulatory compliance and equipment reliability.  Brenda earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Thomas College.

She resides in Jay with her husband, and has three grown children.  In her free time, Brenda enjoys spending time with family and friends.  She also serves on advisory boards for education and community development programs.

RaeAnn Pike
RaeAnn Pike
Franklin Savings Bank

RaeAnn Pike is an Assistant Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer with Franklin Savings Bank. She is also a new Board member for the Tri-Valley Area United Way. She is proud to be associated with both organizations for their passion, their commitment and their involvement with the surrounding communities.

RaeAnn grew up in the Farmington area. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Maine at Orono. After graduating, she moved to Myrtle Beach, SC where she managed a restaurant for 6 years. In the fall of 2000, this small-town girl decided to move back to Maine. She returned to her hometown to be close to family and friends.

RaeAnn currently lives in Wilton and works in the Farmington and Jay offices for Franklin Savings Bank. She likes spending time in the great outdoors: hiking, skiing and kayaking. She especially enjoys any time spent near the water. Chasing waterfalls is one of her passions.

RaeAnn Pike is an Assistant Vice President and Commercial Loan Officer with Franklin Savings Bank. She is also a new Board member for the Tri-Valley Area United Way. She is proud to be associated with both organizations for their passion, their commitment and their involvement with the surrounding communities.

RaeAnn grew up in the Farmington area. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Maine at Orono. After graduating, she moved to Myrtle Beach, SC where she managed a restaurant for 6 years. In the fall of 2000, this small-town girl decided to move back to Maine. She returned to her hometown to be close to family and friends.

RaeAnn currently lives in Wilton and works in the Farmington and Jay offices for Franklin Savings Bank. She likes spending time in the great outdoors: hiking, skiing and kayaking. She especially enjoys any time spent near the water. Chasing waterfalls is one of her passions.

Susan Terhune
Susan Terhune
State Farm Agency

Susan grew up in Titusville, Florida, directly across the Inland waterway from Kennedy Space Center, home of the Space Shuttle and Expendable Launch Vehicles. After graduating from Astronaut High, she attended college at Stetson University in Deland, Florida. She received a BA in Accounting and passed the CPA Exam in 1988. Susan practiced Public Accounting for 6 years before leaving Boston and Deloitte & Touche to accept the challenge of establishing the State Farm Agency in Farmington in 1994.

As a State Farm agent, Susan has attained Chairman’s Circle, the highest honor awarded by State Farm for meeting both quality and sales goals. She has served as past Co-chair of the United Way Campaign, Finance Committee for FMH, and Art in the Park Committee.

Susan has a daughter, Emilie Saulter, 18 and, with her longtime partner, Hunt Stehli, she has two bonus daughters, Emma, 20 and Isabel, 18. Susan enjoys yoga, reading, sailing, skiing, hiking and cooking.

 

Susan grew up in Titusville, Florida, directly across the Inland waterway from Kennedy Space Center, home of the Space Shuttle and Expendable Launch Vehicles. After graduating from Astronaut High, she attended college at Stetson University in Deland, Florida. She received a BA in Accounting and passed the CPA Exam in 1988. Susan practiced Public Accounting for 6 years before leaving Boston and Deloitte & Touche to accept the challenge of establishing the State Farm Agency in Farmington in 1994.

As a State Farm agent, Susan has attained Chairman’s Circle, the highest honor awarded by State Farm for meeting both quality and sales goals. She has served as past Co-chair of the United Way Campaign, Finance Committee for FMH, and Art in the Park Committee.

Susan has a daughter, Emilie Saulter, 18 and, with her longtime partner, Hunt Stehli, she has two bonus daughters, Emma, 20 and Isabel, 18. Susan enjoys yoga, reading, sailing, skiing, hiking and cooking.

 

Erica Emery
Erica Emery
Rustic Roots Farm

Erica owns and operates Rustic Roots Farm, a small scale mixed vegetable farm in Farmington.  After graduating with a degree in Secondary Education in English, teaching abroad for a year in Athens, Greece, and working for a few youth development non-profits in Boston, Erica returned back to Farmington to start a farm. The farm serves as an excellent vehicle to get area youth involved in learning about their local food system. Erica hosts many schools and other groups at the farm to make sure people know their farmer!

The Farmington area is where Erica grew up, was a 4-H member, learned to ski, volunteered, and went to college. Ensuring that our community remains a vibrant and dynamic place to live, do business, educate our youth, and enjoy the outdoors is a strong focus for Erica. As the market manager and vendor at the Farmington Farmers’ Market, she is constantly interacting and engaging with her community every Saturday during the growing season, and with any luck, helping them eat local, fresh food.

When not working on the farm, Erica runs another small business, The Sweet Life Kettle Corn Company, with her mother and sister. Erica and her partner Dave Allen try to travel the state to get their fill of the culinary delights Maine has to offer. They are always dreaming and scheming for ways to get their next stamp in their passport.

 

 

 

 

Erica owns and operates Rustic Roots Farm, a small scale mixed vegetable farm in Farmington.  After graduating with a degree in Secondary Education in English, teaching abroad for a year in Athens, Greece, and working for a few youth development non-profits in Boston, Erica returned back to Farmington to start a farm. The farm serves as an excellent vehicle to get area youth involved in learning about their local food system. Erica hosts many schools and other groups at the farm to make sure people know their farmer!

The Farmington area is where Erica grew up, was a 4-H member, learned to ski, volunteered, and went to college. Ensuring that our community remains a vibrant and dynamic place to live, do business, educate our youth, and enjoy the outdoors is a strong focus for Erica. As the market manager and vendor at the Farmington Farmers’ Market, she is constantly interacting and engaging with her community every Saturday during the growing season, and with any luck, helping them eat local, fresh food.

When not working on the farm, Erica runs another small business, The Sweet Life Kettle Corn Company, with her mother and sister. Erica and her partner Dave Allen try to travel the state to get their fill of the culinary delights Maine has to offer. They are always dreaming and scheming for ways to get their next stamp in their passport.

 

 

 

 

Beth Beaudoin
Beth Beaudoin
Franklin Savings Bank

Beth Beaudoin is a loan officer at Franklin Savings Bank in Farmington. She started her management career more than a decade ago with University Credit Union's first branch in Western Maine. Beth has been employed in the financial world for over 17 years and enjoys helping members with financial decisions. She was born and raised in Farmington, attending local schools. She is married to John Beaudoin.  They live locally and are raising 2 boys ages 11 and 14. Since she is raising boys, she has an active life surrounded by sports and can be found outside of work on a ski hill or an athletic field, depending on the season. She and her husband enjoy work with young athletes and volunteer to assist with Farmington Area Cal Ripken Baseball and Farmington Area Ski Team. Beth has been on several committees and boards, including Farmington Downtown Association, Think Local, and Western Maine Play Museum. She has a passion for organizing area events and educating her community on financial matters.

 

 

 

 

Beth Beaudoin is a loan officer at Franklin Savings Bank in Farmington. She started her management career more than a decade ago with University Credit Union's first branch in Western Maine. Beth has been employed in the financial world for over 17 years and enjoys helping members with financial decisions. She was born and raised in Farmington, attending local schools. She is married to John Beaudoin.  They live locally and are raising 2 boys ages 11 and 14. Since she is raising boys, she has an active life surrounded by sports and can be found outside of work on a ski hill or an athletic field, depending on the season. She and her husband enjoy work with young athletes and volunteer to assist with Farmington Area Cal Ripken Baseball and Farmington Area Ski Team. Beth has been on several committees and boards, including Farmington Downtown Association, Think Local, and Western Maine Play Museum. She has a passion for organizing area events and educating her community on financial matters.

 

 

 

 

Terri Winslow
Terri Winslow
Eagle Elevator Company, Inc.

Terri Winslow is a Branch Manager for Eagle Elevator Company, running operations for Maine and New Hampshire out of her home in New Sharon.  Terri was born in Oak Harbor, WA into a military family and lived in various places throughout the country and Japan before settling in southern Maine with her husband and their children.  

Terri worked as an Administrative Assistant for Advocates for Children in Lewiston for over 8 years before beginning her career in the elevator industry where she has worked for over 20 years.  She has the opportunity to meet with building owners and facility managers throughout Maine and New Hampshire, putting together plans to maintain, repair and upgrade their elevator equipment.

When not working, Terri loves gardening, hiking, running, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or just about anything that gets her outside.  Especially if that means spending time with family. Terri and her husband, Doug, have four grown children. All are happily united with families of their own living here in Maine.   

 

Terri Winslow is a Branch Manager for Eagle Elevator Company, running operations for Maine and New Hampshire out of her home in New Sharon.  Terri was born in Oak Harbor, WA into a military family and lived in various places throughout the country and Japan before settling in southern Maine with her husband and their children.  

Terri worked as an Administrative Assistant for Advocates for Children in Lewiston for over 8 years before beginning her career in the elevator industry where she has worked for over 20 years.  She has the opportunity to meet with building owners and facility managers throughout Maine and New Hampshire, putting together plans to maintain, repair and upgrade their elevator equipment.

When not working, Terri loves gardening, hiking, running, biking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or just about anything that gets her outside.  Especially if that means spending time with family. Terri and her husband, Doug, have four grown children. All are happily united with families of their own living here in Maine.   

 

Phil Hilton
Phil Hilton
University of Maine System

Phil Hilton is a Senior Analyst Programmer with the University of Maine System and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maine at Farmington. Phil has been working in information technology since the mid 90s when he worked with his school administrators to design and configure their first computer network, web server, and 3D animation render farm. In addition to working with the University of Maine System Phil also moonlights as a developer and consultant with InterFix Communications.  Phil is currently serving as a member of the Board of Selectpersons in the Town of Wilton where he focuses primarily on economic development and tax relief. When schedules and weather permit, Phil, along with his wife and daughter, are the creators of Wilton Lights, a computer controlled Halloween and Christmas light display synchronized with music which has become a bit of a local attraction over the years.

Phil Hilton is a Senior Analyst Programmer with the University of Maine System and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maine at Farmington. Phil has been working in information technology since the mid 90s when he worked with his school administrators to design and configure their first computer network, web server, and 3D animation render farm. In addition to working with the University of Maine System Phil also moonlights as a developer and consultant with InterFix Communications.  Phil is currently serving as a member of the Board of Selectpersons in the Town of Wilton where he focuses primarily on economic development and tax relief. When schedules and weather permit, Phil, along with his wife and daughter, are the creators of Wilton Lights, a computer controlled Halloween and Christmas light display synchronized with music which has become a bit of a local attraction over the years.

Bert Poisson
University of Maine System

Bert Poisson and his wife Michelle operate and own Western Maine Behavioral Health. After graduating from Jay High School in 1996, Bert enlisted in the United States Air Force. While stationed at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma, Bert enjoyed a career as an Instructor Compunctions Technician aboard the E-3 AWACS. After serving 8 years, Bert returned to Maine where he attended the University of Maine at Farmington and majored in Psychology.  Bert and Michelle live in New Sharon. They have three children. Their oldest child, Tyler, attends USM and is majoring in marketing. Jordan is in her first year at UMF and is majoring in rehabilitation services. Their youngest, Zachary, is an 8th grader at Mt Blue Middle School who enjoys basketball and baseball.

Bert Poisson and his wife Michelle operate and own Western Maine Behavioral Health. After graduating from Jay High School in 1996, Bert enlisted in the United States Air Force. While stationed at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma, Bert enjoyed a career as an Instructor Compunctions Technician aboard the E-3 AWACS. After serving 8 years, Bert returned to Maine where he attended the University of Maine at Farmington and majored in Psychology.  Bert and Michelle live in New Sharon. They have three children. Their oldest child, Tyler, attends USM and is majoring in marketing. Jordan is in her first year at UMF and is majoring in rehabilitation services. Their youngest, Zachary, is an 8th grader at Mt Blue Middle School who enjoys basketball and baseball.

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