Heidi Woodward Keyho
540 Sunny Shadows
Excelsior, MN 55331
There hasn’t been a lot of news submitted over the last few months. Please send some updates. Your classmates want to hear from you!
Janis Broadbent Moriarty is the immediate past president of the Massachusetts Dental Society. Last year, when she assumed the role of president, she was challenged and showed tremendous leadership managing the organization throughout the coronavirus pandemic year.
But her leadership and advocacy for dental professionals does not stop there. Please congratulate Janis for starting a new position as first trustee district representative, council on membership at the American Dental Association. You do us proud, Janis!
Timothy Pease, currently of Hampden, has been elected as one of three new directors for the Maine Justice Foundation. “The work of increasing justice only happens because of dedication of attorneys and other Maine people who volunteer their time on nonprofit boards, on state commissions, and as pro bono counsel.” After serving active duty in the Air Force until 1996, Timothy received his law degree from Seattle School of Law. He works at Versant Power and has also served on his local school board and the Eastern Maine Community College Foundation.
Sad news from Southwest Harbor — Alan Brown, former Southwest Harbor police chief since 2015, passed away unexpectedly last October while helping relatives build a deck at a family camp on Green Lake in Ellsworth. Alan had also worked for the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department since the early 1990s as a patrol deputy, and then a detective.
Peter Hallowell ’91G joined Smith Farms, “a leading East Coast grower-shipper of broccoli, cauliflower, and potatoes marketed under the Stag brand” as chief financial officer. Peter, who grew up on a seed potato farm in northern Maine, has established his leadership in finance and the agriculture industry, especially by managing the Northern Maine Region for Farm Credit East, ACA, for 23 years. He is currently president of the Northern Maine Ag Foundation. Peter will be working with the Smith family in Presque Isle, ME, and St. Augustine, FL.
That’s all for now.