Portland, ME – Catholic Charities Maine recently installed its Board of Directors for 2014. CCM is pleased to announce The Honorable David Madore, who previously served as Vice Chair, is the newly elected Board Chair. Madore is a former Legislator and recently served as the Assistant Secretary of the Maine Senate. He is a lifelong member of St. Augustine's Church in Augusta, where he chaired and served on numerous committees in the parish.
Madore replaces Roger Dyer, of Houlton, who will now serve as Immediate Past Chair. Other members of the executive committee include:
Mark LaPointe, Vice Chair (Portland)
Rachel Grivois, Treasurer (Bangor)
Barbara Smith, Secretary (Scarborough)
CCM also welcomes new board member Father Michael Seavey, Parochial Vicar for Portland peninsula and the island parishes.
Board members reinstalled for the upcoming year include Deacon Bob Cleveland of Hope; Craig Foster of Portland; Sr. Jean Little of Portland; Sr. Ellen Turner of Portland; John McCormack of Gorham; Kathleen Murphy of Lewiston; Romeo Parent of Caribou; and Deacon John McAuliffe of Portland.
About Catholic Charities Maine
For more than 45 years, Catholic Charities Maine has provided high-quality, community-based, social services to people of all faiths, beliefs, and economic backgrounds. As one of the largest human service agencies in the state, we are committed to helping children and adults overcome adversity and achieve self-sufficiency through our 25+ programs. To learn more, please visit www.ccmaine.org.