2016 Board of Directors
Food AND Medicine’s (FAM’s) Board of Directors is made up of members of the community, and are primarily members of the very constituents we serve.
Robert (Bob) Toole, Jr., President, of Glenburn, Maine, is a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1837, working as a Customer Service Representative for Emera. Bob has been very active in nearly every FAM project since 2003.
Linda Murch, Vice President, of Bangor, Maine, is a former paper mill worker, member of United Steel Workers (USW) Local 1188, and the Alliance for American Manufacturing. Linda has volunteered extensively with FAM since 2003.
Kevin Gregory, Treasurer, of East Millinocket, Maine, is a laid-off paper mill worker and current peer support worker for the Katahdin area. He is president of the local Firemen and Oilers Union in Millinocket, and a town selectman. Kevin has been active in FAM since 2003.
Jenna Dumoulin, Secretary, of Bangor, Maine, is a single mom of two and a home health-care worker, working with elderly Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. She has extensive experience facilitating substance abuse support groups.
Heinrick Snyder, of Bangor, Maine, is an artist, choreographer and dancer, and works as a pizza delivery person. Heinrick has been active with FAM since 2010.
Dr. Rev. Mark Doty, of Brewer, Maine, is a pastor with the Hammond Street Congregational Church in Bangor. Mark is a primary figure in FAM’s faith-based organizing projects.
Theodore Rippy, of Bangor, Maine, is a retired direct care worker, and former Vice President of Maine State Employees Association (MSEA)-SEIU, Local 771, a union of direct care workers.
Loren Snow, of Surry Maine, is a retired truck driver from the Maine Department of Transportation, and an active retiree of MSEA-SEIU, Local 1989. Loren has been very active in FAM since 2010, and is an outspoken supporter of workers’ rights.
Mary Ann Perry, of Holden, Maine, is a semi-retired teacher and an active member of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Brewer. Mary Ann is very active in FAM’s Faith Linking in Action programs, and was elected to the Board in 2015.
C. Shawn Yardley, of Bangor, Maine, has over 20 years experience in child welfare and social service agencies, including the City of Bangor’s Department of Health and Social Services. Shawn was elected to the FAM Board in 2015.
Sam Jenkins, of Orono, Maine, is a retired software engineer. Sam is active in FAM’s local agriculture work, and was elected to the Board in 2015.
Susan Warner, of Carmel, Maine, is a bus driver for Community Connector in Bangor, and is a former software engineer for a Wall Street firm. Sue is shop steward for the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Local 771, and was elected to FAM’s Board in 2015.