UNION – The LifeFlight Foundation announced the election of two trustees at its recent fall meeting.

Foster Aborn is the retired vice chairman and chief financial officer of John Hancock Financial Services Inc., where he worked for 36 years. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and holds an M.B.A. degree from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration. He is chairman of Finance Committee of Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital. He resides in Hingham Mass., and is a summer resident of Tenants Harbor.

Kevin K. McGinnis of Hallowell was the director of Maine Emergency Medical Services for 10 years. He is a national EMS consultant. He is the program adviser for the National Association of State EMS Directors. He serves in various board capacities with the National EMS Management Association, National Public Safety and the U.S. Department of Public Safety. He is a graduate of Brown University and holds a master’s degree from Cornell University.

The LifeFlight Foundation, headquartered in Union, is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization, which provides public relations and fund-raising support to LifeFlight of Maine, the state’s only medical helicopter service. With its two helicopters based in Bangor and Lewiston, LifeFlight covers the state and the offshore islands. Since its founding in 1998, it has transported more than 3,400 critically ill and injured patients.

For more information, contact Pen Williamson, LifeFlight Foundation, P.O. Box 1007, Union, ME 04862 or call 785-2288.


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