Hello, classmates! I hope the winter and spring treated you well and you are out enjoying all the summer has to offer. As always, our classmates are achieving wonderful things that deserve to be shared. If you have your own news to share, please contact me so I can include it in the next column.
Timothy Brosnihan G has been named the new executive director of Victoria Mansion in Portland after a six-month, international search to fill the position. For those of you who may not know, Victoria Mansion is a 19th century mansion that is considered one of the finest examples of the Italian Villa style in the United States. It is also distinguished as a National Historic Landmark. Before being appointed the executive director, Timothy served as the associate director at Victoria Mansion for over a decade and held various other roles at the museum since 2002. Timothy also has served as board president of Sagadahoc Preservation and on the Maine Statewide Historic Preservation Plan Review Committee, the Main Street Bath Design Committee, and the Bath Historic District Architectural Review Committee. Congratulations, Timothy, and thank you for preserving some of the most historic places in Maine!
The city of Lewiston has promoted Nick Richard to building and plumbing inspector. Nick has worked with the city since 2016 as a code enforcement officer and is nationally certified as a building inspector through the International Code Council. Congratulations, Nick, and I am sure you are proud to be serving your hometown of Lewiston!
Governor Janet Mills nominated, and the Maine Senate confirmed Joshua Randlett as a District Court judge in Augusta. Judicial appointments in Maine are for seven years. Before being appointed to the court, Joshua practiced employment and personal injury law at Rudman Winchell in Bangor. While at Rudman Winchell, Joshua was selected for the 2019 New England Rising Stars list, an honor bestowed on only 2.5 percent of attorneys in New England.
That is all the news for this edition. Enjoy the summer and fall — you’ll hear from me again in the winter!