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Class Notes

Class Notes for November 2019

Eric Hall ’84 TEP and his wife Jen have sold their family business, Hall Funeral Home in
Bridgton. The Hall Funeral Home has served the community since 1833. Eric was the sixth
generation of the family to operate the firm. He and Jen are looking forward to a new and
exciting future. Many of you will remember Eric as an Admissions Counselor at Husson in the

Peter Brunette ‘84G was approved as an Ed Tech III for Lake Region Vocational Center in
Naples, Maine. He previously worked as an instructor with Windham Adult Education and was
self-employed in people skills development.

Victoria McIntyre ’16, ’19 DPT has joined Cary Medical Center as a physical therapist in their
Caribou office. Her professional interest focuses on orthopedics and sports-related outpatient
physical therapy.

Ian Sotomayor, ’18, ’19 MSOT has joined Cary Medical Center’s outpatient rehabilitation team
as an occupational therapist focusing on hand/wrist/elbow therapy, as well as treating shoulder-
related orthopedic disorders.

Katelynd Sperry ‘18G recently began working for OTELCO as a project manager in its New
Gloucester, Maine office. She came to OTELCO from Bath Iron Works.

Amy Rioux ’18 was promoted to key customer specialist in Total Care at Geiger. She first
started with Geiger in 2016 as an administrative customer care specialist and customer advocate
and was promoted to assistant program manager in 2017.