June 27, 2019 at 2:30 pm
Peter Merrill, Deputy Director of MaineHousing has retired from the Maine Real Estate & Development Association’s (MEREDA’s) Board of Directors after 16 years of service. MEREDA recognized Peter in 2018 with its Robert B. Patterson, Jr. Founders’ Award, which honors members of MEREDA who have distinguished themselves by making significant contributions to the real estate industry and/or to MEREDA over many years. In addition to serving on the board, Peter has served on MEREDA’s public policy committee for more than a decade, where his tremendous insight into of the workings of the legislature has provided MEREDA with invaluable counsel in its legislative endeavors.
Dana Totman, President and CEO of Avesta Housing also served as a contributing member of MEREDA’s Board of Directors for the past 16 years, and has also retired. Dana served on MEREDA’s Executive Committee as a Vice President from 2007 – 2010 and was also recognized with MEREDA’s Robert B. Patterson, Jr. Founders’ Award in 2013 for his contributions to the real estate industry and to MEREDA. Dana’s immense knowledge and expertise in real estate has significantly benefited MEREDA and its mission.
Brian Curley, AIA, LEED AP, president of PDT Architects has retired as well from MEREDA’s Board of Directors after 8 years of service. In addition to serving as one of MEREDA’s vice presidents since 2015, he has also been co-chair of the Conference Committee and served on the Executive Committee. Brian has been twice recognized with MEREDA’s President’s Award in both 2014 & 2016.
“MEREDA has been fortunate to have these three gentlemen serve on the board for many years,” commented Shelly R. Clark, Vice President of Operations for MEREDA. “We are grateful for, and have benefited significantly from, their expertise and unwavering support throughout the years.”
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