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BerryDunn, CPAs and Management Consultants, has made the following new hires: Danielle Ewing, senior consultant, Government Consulting Group; Sarah Killingbeck, consultant, Government Consulting Group; Aimee Tetu, consultant, Management Information Technology Group; Michaela Millunzi, business development specialist, Government Consulting Group; Laura Killebrew, senior consultant, Government Consulting Group; Brandon Milton, consultant in Government Consulting Group; Charles T. “Tom” Hunter, consultant, Government Consulting Group; Keely Sayers, consultant, Government Consulting Group. Laurel Arnold has been promoted to senior manager in the firm’s Government Consulting Group.
Maine Archives and Museums has contracted with Julie Rabinowitz of Falmouth to provide business management services to the organization. Rabinowitz will oversee the day-to-day activities of MAM, a membership organization whose purpose is to develop and foster a network of citizens and institutions in Maine who identify, collect, interpret, and/or provide access to materials relating to history, living collections, and culture.
Macdonald Page & Co. LLC, a certified public accounting firm with offices in South Portland and Augusta, has hired Lauren Duplin of Yarmouth as an A&A staff accountant at the South Portland office. In addition, the firm has promoted the following employees: David Martines, Stefanie Foster, and Adam Warfel have been promoted to manager; Luanne Hovey, Hadje Esmiller, Kristina Podoski, Ross Burgess, Ashley Campbell, and Inga Bozsik have been promoted to supervisor; Tessa Miller, Ekaterina Pichugina, Sean Hutchinson, Marilyn Welsch, Kelly Bocchino, and Charlotte Thurlow have been promoted to senior accountant; Thomas Loring and Laura Soule have been promoted to staff accountant; and Sara Hasty has been promoted to office manager.
Tilson Technology Management recently hired Lisa Grant as a project coordinator charged with supporting the development and deployment of large scale communications infrastructure projects, and Richard Spies as a senior consultant and member of its IT and Information Security Group.
TD Bank has promoted Robin V. Worden to vice president, portfolio manager, in the Portland branch where she will administer and monitor a large portfolio of commercial real estate loans, underwrite and identify key risks and strengths in real estate loans, and assist in management of the portfolio. Katie L. Staples has been promoted to portfolio loan officer manager in Portland. As a vice president, Staples is responsible for managing all portfolio loan officers in the Workout Department from Florida to Maine. Laura C. Foye has been promoted to regional vice president in Commercial Lending in Portland, responsible for managing a team of lenders who provide commercial lending and deposit services to customers in Cumberland and York counties. The bank has hired Daniel J. Pike as store manager of the Millcreek branch at 180 Waterman Dr. in South Portland. As an assistant vice president, he is responsible for new business development, consumer and business lending, and managing personnel and day-to-day operations.
Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty has hired real estate agent Rebecca Meier of Yarmouth as a real estate broker serving the Yarmouth market.
Portland attorney Jeffrey A. Thaler has been appointed visiting professor of Energy Law, Policy and Ethics for the University of Maine for a two-year period beginning Aug. 29. In addition to his faculty appointment in UMaine’s School of Economics, Thaler will serve as University of Maine System associate counsel, focusing on UMaine’s energy, environmental and sustainability projects and initiatives. Thaler will also serve as a liaison with University of Maine System universities involved in the new UMaine-based statewide curriculum in renewable energy, which includes minors in Renewable Energy Engineering, Renewable Energy Science and Technology, and Renewable Energy Economics and Policy.
Maine Potters Market, a cooperative gallery that offers fine handmade pottery at 376 Fore St. in Portland, has welcomed a new member artist, Betsy Levine. Working in Liberty, Levine makes tableware, storage jars and vases.
Aesthetician and massage therapist Kristen Brennan has joined Rejuvenations medical spa in Falmouth.
Patriot Insurance Company in Yarmouth has hired Matt Darrah as Help Desk technician, senior, in its Technical Services Department.
James Cassida has joined environmental consulting firm Normandeau Associates as principal regulatory specialist within the Terrestrial/Wetlands Service Group. Cassida and will be assisting clients with permitting, natural resource studies, environmental planning, and mitigation services at the firm’s Falmouth office. Prior to joining Normandeau Associates, Cassida served as the Maine DEP Director of the Division of Land Resource Regulation.
Associate broker Susan Cygan of Yarmouth has returned to RE/MAX By the Bay and joined Kathie Hooper’s team, comprised of Team Leader Kathie Hooper and Associate Broker Mary Friesel.
Mary Jane Krebs of Standish has been named CEO of Community Counseling Center. Previously she served as the agency’s interim CEO and oversaw a major facility renovation project and relocation of the agency from Forest Avenue to new, expanded space at 165 Lancaster St. in Portland.
Dr. Robert Abrahamsen has joined the staff at the Advanced Vein Center of Auburn and Portland.
Dr. Jon Eddinger has joined Mercy Health System of Maine, in the hospital’s new practice, Mercy Cardiology, located at Mercy Hospital, 144 State St., 5th floor in Portland. The Mercy Cardiology team of specialists will provide a wide spectrum of cardiology subspecialties to patients, ancillary services, holter and event monitoring, and echocardiograms at its offices.
KeyBank has promoted Nicholas A. Brouillette to sales manager, KeyBank Mortgage, responsible for managing the Maine District’s team of loan residential lending officers. Brouillette will be based out of Key’s Maine District headquarters at One Canal Plaza in Portland.