LEWISTON — Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice recently expanded its board of directors through the appointment of the Rev. Donald Mayberry of Norway.
“Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice is governed by a volunteer board of directors with close ties to the communities we serve in Androscoggin, Franklin, Oxford and Cumberland counties,” said Julie Shackley, president/CEO.
“The expertise and commitment of board members has brought exceptional leadership to the agency. We are pleased to see this tradition continue with Reverend Mayberry’s appointment. With his background of service with Western Maine Healthcare and active involvement in the congregational faith community, Reverend Mayberry brings an important perspective to his service on the Board’s Professional Advisory Committee.”
Other community members serving on the board include Jeffrey Brown, MD, Auburn; Bruce Cook, vice chairman, Norway; Steve Costello, past board chairman, Lewiston; Laird Covey, chairman, Poland; Sharon Cullenberg, Farmington; Bryan Dench, secretary, Falmouth; Rene Dumont, treasurer, Auburn; Cindy Giroux, Dixfield; Chip Liversidge, Rangeley; Mary MacMahon, Poland; Michael McClellan, Raymond; Cyndi Robbins, Poland; and Gail Sasseville, Standish.
Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice is Maine’s largest nonprofit, Medicare-certified agency. The agency annually provides skilled home care, supportive care and hospice care for 8,000 residents of Central, Western, and portions of Mid-coast Maine. In November 2005, the agency opened Maine’s first inpatient hospice facility. The 14-bed facility is located in Auburn.
More information about the agency can be found at ahch.org.