Joe has served as a Corporator for Gorham Savings Bank since May of 2004 prior to his election to the Board of Directors in October 2010.
Joe is a Certified Commercial Investment Member of the CCIM Institute of Chicago and has been involved in some of the region’s best known real estate transactions, such as the sale of the Johnson Supply Building on Forest Avenue in Portland to USM for its library and the former Maine National Bank Building sale to a partnership that created the Post Office Square complex.
Joe received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from St. Anselm’s College and also worked on his master’s in social work at Boston University.
Joe is active in a number of local organizations, serving on the Board of Space Gallery, as a member of the Portland Diocese Finance Committee, President of the Deering Pavilion Executive Board, and as Past President and a member of the Maine Real Estate Development Association (MEREDA) Executive Board. Joe was the recipient of MEREDA’s Pubic Policy Award in 2002.
Joe and his wife, Ann Marie, have three children and live in Portland.