Saturday, March 8, 2014
• Kelsey Wilcox joined the law firm Bernstein Shur as an associate in its labor and employment group.
Wilcox, of Portland, provides representation and counsel to employers throughout northern New England in all aspects of labor law and employment law. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a judicial clerk to the Maine Superior Court, assisting the court in Androscoggin, Cumberland and Kennebec counties.
• Kevin Ronan recently became a licensed real estate sales agent and will be affiliated with Foundations Real Estate in Yarmouth.
Ronan, of Yarmouth, previously served for 12 years as president and chief executive officer of Atlantic Home Health Inc.
• Joe Bumps was hired at Landry/French Construction Co. as a superintendent.
He is assigned to the Casco Bay Ferry Terminal renovation project in Portland.
Bumps has more than 20 years of experience. He comes from Ledgewood Construction, where he managed a 14-phase health care project and a new office tower in Portland that received a Build Maine award.
• Charles Agnew III joined Competitive Energy Services as a business development and account manager.
Agnew was previously vice president of technical sales with Biomass Commodities Corp.
• Dennis Wheelock joined Magnusson Balfour Commercial & Business Brokers as a sales agent.
Wheelock opened Dennis' Pizza, where he has served the Gardiner area for 30 years. In 2005, he became a licensed residential appraiser and recently became a real estate sales agent.
• The Maine Red Claws have hired Will McClaran, Sandra Eustis-Brackett, Chris Taylor and Erika Johnson.
McClaran, of Portland, was named director of public relations and community relations. He will be the primary contact for the media and will oversee all interview scheduling and requests. Most recently, he served as an account executive in the public relations department at Kemp Goldberg Partners in Portland.
Eustis-Brackett, of Gorham, was hired as the office manager. Most recently, she was the operations manager at First Protection Services, a private security firm in Scarborough.
Taylor was named an account executive, selling individual, group and season tickets. Taylor, of Portland, worked in the operations departments of the Albuquerque Isotopes and the New Orleans Zephyrs, Triple-A affiliates of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Miami Marlins.
Johnson has been hired as public relations and operations assistant. She worked for the team as an intern in the public and community relations department. She lives in South Portland.
• Adam Skibek was promoted to ticket sales manager for the Red Claws.
Skibek, of Westbrook, had been a senior account executive. He joined the team in 2011 as an account executive. Previously, he completed an internship in the corporate sales department of the Boston Celtics.
• David Boyer is the new general manager of Advance Auto Parts Inc., which will open its first store in Sanford today at 1105 Main St.
A 19-year veteran of the automotive and retail sales industries, Boyer has been with the Advance Auto Parts team for almost 10 years. He is ASE-certified, having passed stringent testing of his automotive knowledge by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
• Dr. Ted M. Roth of the Women's Health Center and the Central Maine Medical Center Bladder Control Center in Lewiston, has achieved certification in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.
Roth is part of the inaugural class of this new board certification jointly granted by the American Board of Urology and the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Roth is one of a handful of doctors in Maine with this expertise.
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