Main Line Fence of Cumberland, owned by the Cianchette family, has been named business of the year by the Cumberland/North Yarmouth Lions Club. From left, Rocky Cianchette, Cherrie Cianchette, Martha Cianchette and Ryan Cianchette. Contributed / CNY Lions Club


Hires, promotions, appointments

Stevan Stromsky was hired as senior vice president and community banking development officer for Northeast Bank in Portland.

Laurie Halls was hired by Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty at the Brunswick location.


Aaron Rouse joins RE/MAX Shoreline at their Maine and New Hampshire offices.

Laura Pfeiffenberger has been appointed president of Maine Cancer Foundation‘s board of directors. She is an employee stock ownership plan client advisor at Spinnaker Trust in Portland. The foundation, based in Falmouth, has also added four new members to the board: Kate Knox, an election law attorney with Bernstein Shur in Portland and a cancer survivor; Tina Pettingill, deputy director of the Portland Health and Human Services Department; Bethany Sanborn, senior director at MaineHealth; and Mary Warren Libby, director of recruiting at ProSearch.


The Cumberland/North Yarmouth Lions Club has named Main Line Fence of Cumberland as their 2022 Business of the Year for their support for the club’s citrus fundraising program. Main Line Fence provided staff and space to help distribute the fruit. The company has been owned and operated by the Cianchette family since 1948.


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