Sherry Norton joined TD Bank as assistant vice president and store manager at its location on Ossipee Trail East in Standish.

Norton, of Limerick, brings 20 years of banking experience to her position. Most recently, she served as senior business officer at Gorham Savings Bank in Waterboro and Scarborough.

The Michelle Raber State Farm Insurance Agency in Scarborough hired Jennifer Townsend and Erik Casparius as account representatives.

Townsend, of Scarborough, most recently worked as a corporate account executive at Family 24 Fitness in Scarborough.

Casparius, of Portland, previously worked as a regional sales manager in Portland for the East Baking Co.

Marc Roy joined Berry Talbot Royer as an audit manager.

Roy was previously with Austin Associates CPAs in Auburn as a senior auditor.


• Parkview Adventist Medical Center in Brunswick was rated a best performer in the categories of overall rating, willingness to recommend, communication with doctors and care transition composites by the National Ranking Company Avatar.

The awards are given to the facility with the highest top box rating for the named Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems. Parkview received the high ranking from patients who took a standardized survey.

Linda Bishop, who served on the board of directors for United Way of York County from 2007-13, was recognized with its Elise Kittredge Award.

Bishop, of Newfield, also served on United Way’s Community Impact Council, Day of Caring Committee and Strategic Planning Task Force.

Todd Cesca was recognized with the 2014 Alumni Service Award by vote of the St. Francis College and University of New England Alumni Council.

Cesca is a partner in the firm, Charter Oak Capital Management, Registered Investment Advisors. He was recognized for the years he dedicated to UNE as a guest lecturer for business classes, involvement in its lacrosse program, and as a long-standing member of the SFC-UNE Alumni Council.

 Charles Scontras, a retired history professor at the University of Maine, received the 2014 Barbara Hikel Award.

Since 2002, Scontras has performed countless hours of service for the Bureau of Labor Education at UMaine, where he has volunteered as a historian, making presentations on the history of labor, writing for the opinion and editorial pages of newspapers, and completing five volumes of Maine labor history.


 The following people recently joined the board of directors for the United Way of York County:

Jonathan Carter of Wells; Jonathan Hussey of Hussey Seating Co.; Andy Orazio of the Sanford-Springvale YMCA; and Jeremy Ray of the Biddeford School Department.

 Janet O’Toole and Alyssa Burns have joined the Girl Scouts of Maine’s Board of Directors.

O’Toole, of Cape Elizabeth, owns Honeck O’Toole CPA. She previously served as a member and president of the Board of Directors of Girl Scouts of Kennebec Council.

Burns, of Portland, is human resources lead at Sappi Fine Paper North America in Westbrook.