Patty Sheridan Koetzner
115 Dogwood Ave
Malverne, NY 11565
Jim Montgomery, head coach at the University of Denver, led his team to the national title defeating Minnesota-Duluth 3-2. The All-American captain of the University of Maine 1993 National Championship team got to experience a national win as a coach. Jim said there were a lot of similarities between the UMaine team and his Denver team, though he noted that the UMaine team was the “best team in the country from day one.” His Denver team became the best team during the second half of their season, winning 18 out of 19 games.
Lauren Boyce Gray was named the area manager for Regus Management, a company that offers serviced office space, virtual offices, co-working spaces, and meeting room centers globally. Lauren was recruited by Regus to manage their Boston Seaport District, where she is supporting two high-level centers. Her team is on track to become one of the top producers in the Boston cluster.
Before Joining Regus, Lauren spent the last 20 years developing her sales skills through various roles at the Marriott Corporation. Starting with Marriott in their human resources department she worked in various sales roles within the organization. While at Marriott, she earned the Presidential Award for four consecutive years, which led to the honor of opening a new hotel south of Boston. Most recently, Lauren worked for Audio Video Intelligence, where she sold smart home technology products. With her sales background and tenacity, Lauren was able to secure top corporate accounts such as Toll Brothers.
Cribstone Capital Management added Timothy Woodhouse to its advisory team and named him the director of private services. Previously, Tim worked for Acadia Trust as a senior vice president and director of trust services.
Jennifer Cochrane Field’s daughter Julia will follow in her mother’s footsteps this fall as a freshman at UMaine.
Governor Paul LePage ’75G nominated Prudential Financial agent Kelly Martin to fill the UMaine System board. Kelly, an investment advisor at Prudential, recently chaired the UMaine at Fort Kent Board of Visitors.
Joe De Quattro’s new work of fiction, “The Muslim Car,” appeared in the Los Angeles Review in June. Joe is a Pushcart Prize-nominated fiction writer whose fiction has appeared in numerous magazines. He earned an MFA in fiction from Bennington College after UMaine and now lives in California.