Class of 1995 Winter 2024 Class Note

In the midst of fall it is always a little disheartening to be writing about winter; I hope that you are enjoying a nice sunny day!

In Rockland, Dr. Candida Ferraiolo Schwartz has opened her new office and art space, called Vital Healing, at 488C Main Street. The new space offers naturopathic medicine to treat conditions such as trauma, allergies, chronic illness, and insomnia, among many others. Candida, who is board-certified, received her degree from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, in 2011. She offers healing through craniosacral therapy and hydrotherapy as well as homeopathy. She says that “finding the root of imbalance or illness in the body, mind, and spirit is integral to bringing harmony and wellness back for a patient.” The waiting room area houses a community art space with works by local artists and is open to the public. Stop by to see her if you are in town!

In Augusta, the Maine Forest Service (MFS) has announced Morten Moesswilde G as the director of the Forest Policy and Management Division. Morten has been with the MFS since 1999, having served as the field team leader since 2019 and previous to that as the district forester since 2006. He also served as the landowner outreach forester and the water resources forester. Morten is an active member of the Forest Stewards Guild and enjoys many outdoor activities including sailing, canoeing, camping, hiking, and skiing. He resides in Belfast. Congrats to Morten!

Greg Stremlaw G was honored at the 2023 MaineMBA Alumni Awards and Business Forum with the Distinguished Alumni Award. Greg is the president and CEO of Indy Sports & Entertainment and Eleven Professional Soccer and leads the $1.3 billion Eleven Park development project in Indianapolis, IN. This development will include a stadium, commercial and residential spaces, a hotel, and more. I’m sure you’ve seen Greg’s name in our column — he’s received multiple awards for his work across sports in the US and Canada. Positions include president of CBC Sports, DEO of Curling Canada, and director of Bobsleigh and Luge and VP of Sport Services at Calgary Olympic Development Association. Congratulations, Greg!

That’s all I have to share from Brunswick — please remember to send along your updates — we love to hear what is going on in your world!