Charland named ex. director at GOT CTC

Posted May 13, 2011, at 10:06 p.m.

The board of directors of Greater Old Town Communities That Care, or GOT CTC, has appointed Jason Charland as executive director.

Charland, of Orono, was recently employed by Medical Care Development Inc. where he was project director for the Caring About Lives in Maine project.

GOT CTC serves Alton, Bradley, Greenbush, Indian Island, Milford and Old Town and is a locally based nonprofit whose mission is to promote healthy youth development and to reduce problem adolescent behaviors, such as substance abuse, violence, delinquency, school drop-out and teen pregnancy.

TD Bank has promoted Jillian R. Faucher to vice president-commercial loan officer in commercial lending in Bangor.

She will be responsible for providing a range of lending services to business clients with needs greater than $500,000 throughout eastern and Down East Maine.

Faucher, of Old Town, joined TD Bank in 2003 as a commercial loan administrator.

John Kimball was recently named vice president and indirect lending manager at Skowhegan Savings.

Kimball, of Holden, joins the bank with 32 years of experience in the banking industry and will lead the bank’s initiative in developing competitive indirect lending packages for use by area businesses, with a main focus on automobile dealers.

He previously served as vice president and senior indirect lending officer at Bangor Savings Bank.

KeyBank has appointed Susan Baracco of Portland-based Echelon Circles to the national Key4Women advisory board, a program for women business owners.

Baracco will join 22 other new advisory board members to form the 2011 board, composed of women business owners, leaders and experts from a cross section of industries across Key’s footprint. The advisory board works informs the Key4Women program to understand new challenges women business owners face in today’s economy.

Baracco, of Kennebunk, is founder and president of Echelon Circles, a private membership organization for women business leaders which provides mentoring and is developing an angel network.

Yarmouth-based DeLorme has appointed John Auble as vice president of data products.

Auble has worked as a consultant for the company for the past 18 months.

DeLorme said Auble brings more than 20 years of professional experience in the geospatial industry, including leadership positions developing new models of public-private partnership at both Tele Atlas and DigitalGlobe.

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