Hey, 1992 — the Alumni Association is seeking someone to write this column and report the class news. It’s not difficult; it only takes a little time twice a year.
Heather Finnemore Johnson is Department of Economic and Community Development commissioner for Maine Gov. Janet Mills.
Chip Reeves is senior project manager at CES, a Maine firm of engineers, environmental scientists, and land surveyors. Amy Corbett Bernatchez will be inducted into the Maine Sports Hall of Fame. Amy played field hockey at Messalonskee High School in Oakland and at UMaine, and was a regional All-American at UMaine.
After leading the University Credit Union for 13 years, Matt Walsh joined Machias Savings Bank as its chief financial officer.
Carrie Young Arsenault is vice president of operations at Beacon Health.
Ethan Strimling served as Portland’s mayor from 2015 to 2019. Before that he served as a state senator in 2003-2009. Susan Walsh Longley G retired last year after 15 years as Waldo County’s judge of probate.
David E. Harvey, a Commissioned Corps Officer of the United States Public Health Service, was selected as one of eight 2019 recipients of the Bloomberg Health Initiative for a full scholarship to complete studies in the Doctor of Public Health program at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. David earned his bachelor’s in civil engineering at UMaine and master’s at UConn before turning his focus to public health. After Hurricane Maria in 2017, he assisted local public health departments in Puerto Rico. He is currently based in Rockville, MD, and works for the Indian Health Service.
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