AUGUSTA — Spectrum Generations recently announced the addition of six new members to the organization’s Volunteer Board of Directors.

“We are pleased that so many community leaders have chosen to give of their time and talents to support the mission of Spectrum Generations,” said Gerry Queally, president and CEO of Spectrum Generations, according to a news release from Stephanie Hanner of the organization. “Our organization and the population we serve will no doubt benefit greatly from the involvement of our new board members.”

Spectrum Generations serves older and disabled adults in Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Somerset and Waldo counties. Among the programs they offer and/or administrate are Meals on Wheels, health and wellness activities, Community Based Health Care and Community Case Management. Spectrum also organizes and hosts a number of classes and events throughout the year.

The new board members, all of whom began their service in 2018, are as follows:

Robert Bremm, Sagadahoc County member since 2018. Breem graduated from SUNY Maritime College with a BEME. Upon graduation he was commissioned in the U.S. Navy and became a Navy pilot. He has been a director of facilities at Central Maine Medical Center, Maine Medical Center and Bates College. In 2012 he started his own company, Orion Maine Inc. He provides owner project management services for large design/construction projects, specializing in healthcare and higher education.

Stephanie Duncan, At Large member since 2018. Duncan has been involved in the greater Kennebec area for many years. She started her journey in social services with a degree from the University of Maine at Augusta. She has been employed as activities coordinator, a substitute teacher, a direct support specialist, personal caretaker among other positions. She has been entrenched in the Gardiner School System, Uplift and Spectrum Generations.


Thomas B. George Jr., At Large member since 2018. George works as a program manager at Senscio Systems. He also works part time as a facilities manager for ElderCare Network of Lincoln County. Prior to joining Senscio and ElderCare, he owned and operated his own business for more than eight years. George brings his sense of entrepreneurship, extensive amount of experience in customer relations, and broad knowledge of technology, construction and healthcare industries. He is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University where he studied business administration, organizational leadership and IT. He holds a Human Resource Management Certificate and is a Certified Residential Medication Aide within the State of Maine.

MaryAnne Kinney, Waldo County member since 2018. Kinney is serving her second term in the Maine House of Representatives serving District 99 which includes nine towns in Waldo County. A 1990 graduate of Edward Little High School, Kinney worked as a maple syrup producer on her farm in Knox and has held a wide variety of jobs in the past. She has worked as a truck driver, pharmacy technician and a credit analyst in the past. She is a member of the Maine Farm Bureau, Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, NRA and the Maple Producers Association.

Brett Seekins, At Large member since 2018. Seekins has served the healthcare industry the past 24 years. He started his career working for CMS, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, as a Medicare auditor and reimbursement administrator specializing in Medicare certified long term care providers. He continued his service the last 20 years working for a large northern New England CPA firm as a Senior Manager leading the long term care/senior living practice. His primary focus and expertise center on healthcare reform at the federal and state level, regulatory, compliance, legal, reimbursement, annual reporting, legislative and financial matters impacting the industry. He is a graduate of Franklin Pierce College awarded a bachelor of science degree in accounting with honors. Brett also serves on other healthcare Boards and is a frequent presenter on related topical matters.

Nancy Weingarten, At Large member since 2018. Weingarten grew up in New York City and has lived in Maine since graduating from college in 1973. She has a Masters in Health Care Administration from St. Joseph’s College of Maine and spent her career working in various health care settings. Prior to retirement, Weingarten worked for 27 years as the administrative director of the Maine Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Augusta and Waterville. She serves on several local boards and as a volunteer for Spectrum Generations as a SHIP Medicare counselor.

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