The Maine Real Estate & Development Association Announces 2015-16 Officers and Welcomes New Board Member

PORTLAND, Maine – July 15, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA) is pleased to announce its 2015-16 slated officers, which include Paul Peck of Drummond & Drummond, Brian Curley of PDT Architects, and Bruce Jones of Creative Office Pavilion, all serving as Vice Presidents, and Bill Shanahan of Northern New England Housing Investment Fund as Treasurer. Michael O’Reilly of Bangor Savings Bank will continue as President, in the second year of his two-year term, and Shelly R. Clark has been promoted from Assistant Secretary to Secretary of the Board. Shelly also serves MEREDA full-time as the organization’s Vice President of Operations.

MEREDA would also like to welcome a new member to its Board of Directors. Craig Young, CCIM of Scarborough, Partner and Senior Broker at CBRE | The Boulos Company has been elected to MEREDA’s Board of Directors and will serve on its Conference Committee.

Craig is a fierce advocate for his clients and takes the time to intimately understand their internal goals and processes, which enables him to provide a higher level of service. During his impressive tenure at CBRE | The Boulos Company, he has completed several complicated development transactions, dozens of high value investment deals and experienced all sides of the transaction as buyer, seller, landlord and tenant representative.

A Maine native, Craig feels strongly about giving back to his community. He is currently a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Maine, and is a past President of the Portland Community Chamber and Sweetser’s Kids at Heart program. MEREDA is looking forward to Craig’s contribution as a new member of its Board of Directors.

For further information, please contact MEREDA’s Vice President of Operations, Shelly R. Clark at 207-874-0801

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