Lori Norris joined the Marc Gup Team at Keller Williams Realty as a team administrator. Norris has 15 years of real estate administrative experience.

Vicky Park was hired as director of wireless carrier programs at Tilson. Park was previously a program manager for the United States Air Force at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts.


PDT Architects added three people to its staff.

Adam Holmes is a licensed architect, and is working on the Augusta Courthouse project.

Chelsea Lipham is an architectural designer, and is working on VA health care projects.

Tracie Reed is also an architectural designer, and is working on K-12 school projects, including a study for the Brunswick School Department.

John Holland joined Maine Community Health Options as its business and IT project manager. Holland has more than 30 years of experience in the areas of business, health care and insurance.


•  Amy Maheux was promoted to assistant vice president, customer service manager at People’s United Bank. Maheux started with People’s United Bank in 2009 as a lead customer service associate. In 2010, she was promoted to customer service manager. She was recognized by bank officials in July when she was named to the CEO Leadership team.


F. Robert Wilson was hired as a managing director of new products at CEI Capital Management, LLC. Wilson had served for five years as the company’s chief investment officer.


Judy Johnson, principal and architect at Harriman, was named president of the American Institute of Architects Maine Chapter. She had served as vice president for the past two years.

Ann McFarland and Mark Girr joined the board of directors for the Iris Network.

McFarland is a broker with Drum & Drum Real Estate.

Girr is the founder and president of GirrCorp Consulting Group.

Spring Harbor Hospital in Westbrook appointed the following officers to positions on its board of trustees:

Tracy Hawkins of Falmouth, was named chair; Nancy Hasenfus, M.D., vice chair; and Anna Wells of Falmouth, secretary.

Three people also joined the board: Thomas Chadbourne, founder of Waterford Properties; Dr. Karen Simone, director of the Northern New England Poison Center, assistant professor of emergency medicine at Tufts University School of Medicine, and clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine; and Creighton Taylor, owner of Thrive! Life Design Coaching and founding member of the Voices of Recovery Speakers Bureau.

Beverly Neugebauer, executive director of Coastal Women’s Healthcare, earned the professional designation of certified medical practice executive from the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Neugebauer has served as the executive director of Coastal Women’s Healthcare in Scarborough since 2007.


Bill Trask opened a branch office of The Maine Real Estate Network at 47 Ossipee Trail East in Standish and will serve as the office manager.

• Misty Acres Alpaca store and farm has launched a new online store featuring products and clothing made in Maine and Peru. The new website offers high-quality alpaca socks, sweaters, gloves, mittens and alpaca fur hats at prices comparable to wool clothing.