Lucie Estabrook, President
Lucie is CEO and a principal at Deighan Wealth Advisors. She earned her B.S. in Accounting from Husson University and is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA). Lucie is a member of Bangor Breakfast Rotary and sits on a number of boards and committees for Bangor area non-profit organizations. Additionally, she is active with the Olympia Snowe Women’s Leadership institute and serves as an Olympia’s Leaders Advisor at Bangor High. Lucie lives in Brewer with a two “foster failure” hounds and a couple of stray cats who took up residence on her porch.
Dawn M. Pelletier, Vice President
Originally from the St. John Valley, Dawn M. Pelletier has been living in the Greater Bangor Community since 1982. She is married to Lee Martin and they have two grown sons. She is a practicing lawyer with Pelletier Faircloth & Braccio, a firm that she started with Amy Faircloth in 1995. Dawn has been active in many professional committees during her legal career including state wide appointments made by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court and former Governor Baldacci. She is currently a member of Penobscot County Bar Association, the John W. Ballou Inns of Court, the Maine State Bar Association, the Maine Trial Lawyers, and the American Association for Justice. As she is on the other side of her career, Dawn has sought to be more involved in the community. She has an interest in substance abuse and that interest and her friend, Lisa Skofield, are what brought her to Wellspring. Lisa’s Scholarship Bike Tour through northern and eastern Maine inspired Dawn to help with 2016 Wellspring Race for Recovery and she has served as chair of the Wellspring Race for Recovery Committee since 2017. Dawn and Lee enjoy almost all outdoor activities.
Rebecca McMahan, Immediate Past President, Governance Chair
Rebecca is a mental health provider at a local community health center and a former counselor at Wellspring. She has a BA in social work from the University of Maine, MA in counseling psychology from Vermont College of Norwich University and certificate in behavioral health from University of Massachusetts Medical School. Rebecca lives with her husband, daughter, dog, couple of cats and a flock of ducks.
Lynn Seekins, Treasurer
Lynn is one of BBSC’s original principals, having been a key member of the firm since 1997. She is responsible for all BBSC company bookkeeping, payroll, and tax preparation. She serves as the Human Resources Manager of the firm. She also prepares and reviews individual, corporate, S corporate, and partnership income tax returns and after-the-fact quarterly payroll tax filings. Lynn earned a BS in business administration with a concentration in accounting and finance from the University of Maine. She is active in PATAWA Club, having served as president and treasurer in past years. She is currently serving as Treasurer of Wellspring, Inc.’s board. Lynn is a member of the Maine Society of CPAs and the AICPA. When she is not at the office, she enjoys skiing, hiking, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.
Susan Reisman, Secretary
Ms. Reisman’s career in the field of marketing has spanned several decades and locations including her hometown of New York City, the Philadelphia area and her adopted state of Maine. As a consultant, she has worked with clients in the nonprofit sector, education, professional services, tourism and technology, among others. She is currently on faculty at the Husson University College of Business and continues to teach as an adjunct at the University of Maine School of Social Work where she had been coordinator of distance learning.
Prior to earning her MBA at the Wharton School, Ms. Reisman earned a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University with a concentration in administration and planning. She has worked in organizations, as a consulting firm partner, and as a university instructor and, without a doubt, prefers working with students to all other roles.
Nancy Kelly, MSW, ACSW, received her BSW from Richard Stockton State College and her MSW from Rutgers University. For many years she worked as a Social Worker before taking the position of Assistant Dean of Student Services for Rutgers University School of Social Work. Since 1992 she has been the Field Director for the University of Maine School of Social Work in Orono, Maine. She teaches field-related courses and seminars and also teaches in the area of human behavior and the social environment. Her research interests include mental health, diversity issues, ethics and gerontology. In addition to serving as the President on the Wellspring Substance Abuse Services Board, she also serves as the Secretary on the Board of Directors of SAGE MAINE. She volunteers as a Library Assistant at the Stockton Springs Community Library and recently participated in Maine’s REACH Ally Training. She has rescued and now takes care of six animals at her home, one of which has been trained and is a Certified Service Animal.
Timothy N. Moriarity
Tim currently serves as the Senior Director, IT Operations and Administrative Applications at The Jackson Laboratory, where he provides vision and strategy for their Information Technologies group. Tim has worked in the Information Technologies field in Maine for the last 20 years leading teams from Emera Maine, Northern Light Health, and Bangor Savings Bank. He is an active supporter of community support programs such as United Way where he served as chair and co-chare for the healthcare community cabinet. Tim serves on the boards of both Wellspring and OHI. Tim lives in Bangor and is married to Jesse Moriarity. Together they are raising three boys, two of which have moved on to college and adventures of their own.
William “Bill” Shook Jr.
Bill has a bachelor’s in biology from Boston College. He went on to earn his master’s in bacteriology and public health administration from the University of Massachusetts. Bill served as Director of Public Health for the City of Bangor from 1963 to 1984 and then went on to become the Assistant Director at the Maine Bureau of Health from 1984 to 1987. Additionally, he was the Environmental Compliance Manager at Sawyer Environmental for nine years beginning in 1987. In 1998, he became the assistant to the Town Manager in Glenburn where he served until 2016.