Patty Sheridan Koetzner
The Orono High School Athletic Hall of Fame inducted Ray Wood. Ray started on the 1983, 1984, and 1985 Orono football teams and went a combined 30-5. He also played in two state championship games. He was named to the ALL-LTC first team as a running back and placekicker in 1984, and then became the first in league history to be named first team at four different positions (running back, defensive end, place-kicker, and punter) in 1985. He went on to become a member of the University of Maine football team from 1986-1988. Currently, he is self-employed at Wood Associates and owner of Safe Place Self Storage. He resides in Eddington with his wife and two children.
University of Maine 1993 All-American Hockey Player, Jim Montgomery, leads the Dallas Stars in his first role as head coach of an NHL hockey team. Conversely, former teammate Garth Snow is no longer the general manager of the New York Islanders.
David Clark was named managing director of both the Daily Journal Tribune and Mainely Media, LLC. David grew up in the Kennebunkport and Cape Porpoise area in Maine, graduated from Kennebunk High School, and went on to obtain a degree in business administration and marketing from the University of Maine. In his role he leads the sales teams of both companies, and continues to create effective advertising promotions for local businesses for both publications.
All Saints Catholic School of Bangor named Matthew Faragher-Houghton G, ’02 C.A.S. principal, effective July 2018. Previously, he was the principal at two Maine elementary schools: Morse Memorial School in Brooks and Monroe Elementary School in Monroe, overseeing a staff of over 50 people and ~200 students. Matthew earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education/health from Springfield College and his advanced degrees in education and educational leadership from UMaine.