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October 27, 2009


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Chuck Dutton is the new territory manager for Pine Tree Waste in the Augusta and Waterville areas. He brings to the trash hauling company more than 20 years of experience.

Shannon Trainor of Sabattus has been hired at Crossroads for Women, a substance abuse treatment program, as a clinical director for the Portland-based agency's outpatient and residential programs. She previously worked at Good Will-Hinckley as a director of programs and clinical services.

Shelley Walker Rosen of South Portland has been hired as Crossroads for Women's outpatient clinician. She has worked with the agency before and will be working in the Portland and Kennebunk offices.


Holly Ferguson of Yarmouth has been promoted to director at Albin, Randall & Bennett CPAs. She has been with the firm since 1996. Her primary responsibilities are in the manufacturing, distribution and credit union fields.

Jason LeBlanc of Gorham has been promoted to director at Albin, Randall & Bennett CPAs. He has been with the firm since 1997 and was most recently a senior manager.

Lisa Wishart of Saco has been promoted to community relations coordinator at Crossroads for Women. She was previously office manager at the Kennebunk counseling center.

Martin Gundersen has been promoted to bar manager at Duffy's Tavern and Grill in Kennebunk. He has been a member of the staff since the establishment opened in October 2008, and he will oversee all the bar staff, liquor control and product development for the bar. He has 18 years of experience bartending.

Tori Barber of Presque Isle has been named branch manager and retail services officer at the Katahdin Trust Co.'s Mars Hill branch. Barber, who has been in banking for more than 20 years, joined the company in 1991.


Bobbi Cribby, Bridgton Hospital's director of clinical practice, has been elected president for 2009-2010 of the Organization of Maine Nurse Executives. The organization of nursing leaders directs the course for nursing by promoting sound health care policies within their organizations and at the state, local and national level. Cribby is responsible for management of clinical initiatives, including project management, evidence-based practice quality and regulatory oversight at the hospital.

Amy Cotton, Rosscare director, is being recognized by the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, with the first Geriatric Nursing Leadership Award at its biennial convention. Cotton has devoted her 22-year career to improving the quality of senior health care services.

Barbara Chilmonczyk, clinical adviser for the MaineHealth AH! Asthma Health Program, has received the American Lung Association in Maine's 2009 Roselle Huddilston award. The award, created in 1957, recognizes Chilmonczyk's volunteer efforts and her dedication to developing the curriculum for the Maine Asthma Educators Institute.

Emily Allen of West Bath, Penny Armstrong of Cape Elizabeth, Beth Birch of New Gloucester, Carlene Griffin of Harpswell, Linda Knights of South Portland, Joan W. Moore of Portland, Kendra Smith of Hollis, Mary Lou Sprague of Cape Elizabeth, Colleen Tobin of Windham, and Sandra Wachholz of Portland are the winners of the Portland Press Herald/ Maine Sunday Telegram's "Dash of Inspiration Women Motivating Women." All 10 will be recognized at "Dash of Diva Girls' Night Out" on Thursday.

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