NEW FACES

Dr. Seth Deletetsky of Saco has joined Malon Chiropractic Centre in Biddeford. He is a graduate of the University of Vermont and received his doctorate from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis in April 2010. He specializes in the treatment of nonsurgical musculoskeletal conditions.

Tom Doucette and Marco Gasbarrone have been hired at Systems Engineering. Doucette, a skilled business analyst with nine years of experience in sales and marketing, was named inside sales representative for the company. Gasbarrone was named account manager. He has six years of experience in business sales. 

Olga Gross of Scarborough has been named executive director of Cape Memory Care, a new 72-bed assisted living/dementia care residence under development in Cape Elizabeth. She has 10 years of experience, a state multi-level administrator’s license and a master’s degree in health policy and management from the Muskie School of Public Service. Also joining the staff is David Rogers of Cape Elizabeth as director of admissions and community relations. He has five years of healthcare management experience. 

Maine Association for Charter Schools appointed Dorothy Havey of Lincolnville as community organizer. She has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit accounting and management, as well as eight years of service on the MSAD 50 board of directors. 

Dr. Catherine McCrann, gastroenterologist, has been appointed to the Central Maine Medical Center’s medical staff, practicing in association with Central Maine Gastroenterology in Lewiston. She completed her clinical fellowship at Yale University’s Yale-New Haven Hospital Section of Digestive Diseases in New Haven, Conn. 

Mark Galewski has been named the chief financial officer for Dielectric Communications, a division of SPX and a leader in broadcast systems. He has extensive experience in strategic planning and financial resource management. 

W. Scott Gorneau has been hired by FABCO Industries Inc. as regional manager of storm water solutions in its Portland office. He previously worked in the civil engineering and site development solutions industry for eight years.

PROMOTIONS

Mary Crowley has been promoted to assistant manager of inbound sales at Legacy Publishing Company. She has been with the company since 2002, starting as a sales representative and working as well in the media and creative departments. 

Jordan Scott was recently promoted to bar manager of The Corner Room Kitchen & Bar. She has been with chef Harding Lee Smith since his newest restaurant’s build-out in May 2009.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION

Dahlov Ipcar, Maine artist, illustrator and author, was named winner of the 2010 President’s Award from the New England Independent Booksellers Association. The award is given annually to recognize outstanding contribution to arts and letters. Ipcar joins Robert McCloskey as the only other children’s book author and illustrator to receive the award.

GENERAL

Chief Justice Leigh Saufley of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court reappointed Justice Thomas Humphrey of Sanford as chief justice of the Maine Superior Court, and appointed Deputy Chief Judge Charles LaVerdiere of Wilton as chief judge of the Maine District Court, replacing Judge Ann Murray of Bangor. 

The Institute for Civic Leadership has named four new members to the board of directors: Stephen Eddy, vice president and fiduciary consultant at Investment Management and Consulting Group; Barbara Nash, vice president of corporate research at Unum; Linda Mae Ruterbories, director of the Orthopaedic Surgery Center at Orthopaedic Associates; and Michael Stillings, principal at Baker Newman Noyes.