September 19, 2019
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

DON CATALINA has joined the staff at Bangor Mental Health Institute where he works in the Program on Aging. Catalina studied at the University of Michigan and did his graduate work at the New School for Social Research in New York City. He recently relocated to Harmony from Staten Island, New York.

SANDRA SOUCY, a licensed social worker has been named case manager at the Borderview Manor in Van Buren. Soucy is from Madawaska and most recently was employed by the Aroostook Mental Health Center. She received her bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Maine in Orono. As well as her duties at the manor, Soucy also serves as a respite provider for the Department of Mental Retardation in Madawaska.

JENNIFER WELCH of Dixmont has joined the staff of Kelly-Smith Printing & Paper Inc. of Newport as a graphic designer and typesetter. Welch comes to Kelly-Smith from Snowman Printing & Stamps in Bangor.

ADAM S. GROVER of Bangor has been named the northern Maine sales representative for Micucci Wholesale Foods, based in Portland. Grover has several years experience in sales.

WILLIAM FENN JR. has been named director of the Community Link and Support Program at Bangor Mental Health Institute. Fenn has worked at BMHI as a social worker since 1986. The Community Link program provides transitional day treatment services to patients who need intensive support to re-enter the community.

KAREN L. GROTTON has joined Imprint, the Bangor advertising and design firm, as a project manager and administrative assistant. Grotton is a graduate of the University of Maine, where she earned undergraduate degrees in secondary education, psychology and speech communication. Grotton has been the project coordinator for the Norumbega Hall Project and is a volunteer advocate for Rape Response Services.


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