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The Voice of the Retired Public Employee
retireMent bOarDs
eleCtiOns & aPPOintMents
andover – Fire Lieu-
tenant, Jim Cuticchia*
was unopposed in his reelection to his seventh
term on the andover retirement board. Also
serving on the Board are,
Hayley green, the town’s ex-officio member, thomas Hartwell and
elena Kothman, who also serves as the Andover Retirement Board executive director of retirement services. Due to an impasse there remains a vacancy for the fifth member on the Retirement Board. Selectmen have not found a replacement for the former fifth member Attorney anthony stankiewicz, who was not reap- pointed.
barnstable County –
The retired Fire Chief
from Eastham Mark
Foley decided not to run
for re-election to the barnstable County retirement board and an
election was recently held
where Harold brunelle, a
retiree from the Hyannis
Fire District, received 1,486 votes to top the ticket. He defeated leighanne smith, a Harwich Fire- fighter who received 783 votes and retired town administrator robert lawton (513 votes). The other members on the Board include, Mary Mcisaac*, bob rolanti, retired Dennis firefighter, Judith sprague and Mary Pat Flynn the Board’s fifth and second members respectively. lynn Carley is the executive director of the Board.
Framingham – Firefighter Joe Fonseca ran unopposed and was declared reelected by the Framing- ham retirement board for his second term. The other members on the Board include richard
Howarth, Jr.*, retired Fire Lieu- tenant Peter rovinelli, Mary ellen Kelley and John White. The executive director is laurie lizak.
Franklin regional – The
Franklin regional retirement board declared Mary stokarski the winner for their position of third member on the Board. Stokarski a retired Town of Deerfield official will begin her fourth three-year term. Her colleagues on the Board include sandra Hanks*, Paula light, gabriele Voelker and Paul Mokrzecki. Dale Kowacki serves as the Board’s executive director.
for the elected position on the Hampden County retirement board was incumbent Karl schmael- zle. The Board declared Mr. Schmaelzle, retired Agawam firefighter, re- elected to his seventh term. Karl is an elected member of the Executive
Board for the Mass. association of Contributory retirement systems and the elected Western Mass. Vice President for Mass Retirees. The other members on the Board include laurel Placzek, retired Palmer Town Clerk Patricia Donovan, richard theroux* and Patrick O’neil. The executive director for the Board is Julianne bartley.
Hull – The Hull retirement board declared Firefighter John King re-elected as one of their elected members after it determined he was the only candidate nomi- nated. John is beginning his second term and serves with Michael buckley*, John reilly, brian thompson and gregory galvin.The board administrator is lauren Durham.
lexington – The lexington retirement board declared Fire- fighter Joe Foley re-elected as he was unopposed for his fifth term. Joe joins Carolyn Kosnoff, Fred Weiss, robert Cunha* and alan Fields on the Board. The board administrator is Marguerite Oliva.
lowell – Retired Firefighter Joe Mahoney* was unopposed in his re-election to his sixth term on the lowell retirement board. The other members include retired Fire Chief William Desrosiers, Fire- fighter David Keene, Michael brennan and bryan Perry. The board administrator is shannon Dowd.
HAROLD BRUNELLE Barnstable County
greenfield – The green- field retirement board declared Marilyn Matysiewicz the winner of one of their elected posi- tions on the Board. Marilyn will begin her fourth three-year term on the Board. She joins eliz- abeth braccia, betty
rice, retired town accountant and our PEC member on the Greenfield insurance committee, William Devino* and Frances stotz. The Board’s administrator is shari Hil- dreth.
Hampden County – The only person returning nomination papers

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