NEW FACES

• Darryl Quinlan joined Glacial Multimedia as a local search specialist and account manager.

Quinlan is responsible for helping clients to maintain a strong search presence in the local search section.

Dr. Mark House joined the Maine Veterinary Referral Center in Scarborough.

House, of Falmouth, is a board-certified veterinary surgeon. He was formerly with the New England Veterinary Center in Windsor, Conn.

Kenneth Bray joined Bath Savings Trust Co. as a vice president and trust officer.

Bray, of North Yarmouth, has more than 25 years of trust, investment and tax consulting experience.

Victoria Burpee joined Coastal Enterprises Inc. as a loan development specialist for business development, credit analysis and financial packaging.

Prior to joining CEI, Burpee was vice president, senior business banker for People’s United Bank’s northern Maine division. She has more than 25 years of experience in business and economic development.

Judd Vear and Craig Burgess joined Sebago Technics Inc. in South Portland.

Vear was hired as a survey technician. He earned a bachelor of science degree in surveying engineering technology from the University of Maine.  

Burgess was hired as a project engineer. He has more than seven years of site-civil engineering, land development and permitting experience.

PROMOTIONS

The Maine Red Claws recently promoted Dajuan Eubanks, Cam Twiss, Adam Skibek and Dennis Carter.

Eubanks was named executive vice president. He had served as vice president of corporate partnerships.

Twiss was promoted to director of basketball operations. He was previously an assistant.

Skibek and Carter were named senior account executives, a step above their previous account executive roles.

Keith Bisson and Grace Cleaves were promoted at Coastal Enterprises Inc.

Bisson was named senior vice president for program management and development. He most recently managed CEI’s Northern Heritage Development Fund.

Cleaves was named senior vice president of marketing and communications. She was previously president of Cleaves Marketing in Portland.

Mark DeMichele, David Luckman and Shawna Higgins were promoted at Maine Coast Construction.

DeMichele, of Camden, was promoted to senior vice president. He joined the company in 1986.

Luckman, of Thomaston, was promoted to vice president. He has been with Maine Coast Construction for 25 years and has worked as the construction manager for the last 11.

Higgins, of Jackson, was promoted to chief financial officer. She has been with the company for 12 years.

AWARDS and RECOGNITION

John Davee and Randy Boyer, of Maine Coast Construction, were recently presented with a Lobster Claw Hammer for their 20 years of service to the company.

Davee has served as president and CEO of Maine Coast Construction for the last 12 years.

Boyer, of Warren, is a project manager.