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CCB, Inc. Recognizes Longevity

WESTBROOK, ME - Members of the CCB Team were recognized recently for their longevity and contribution to the 67 year old company. Alfred Brickett, Jr., and William Charity were lauded for 30 and 25 years of dedicated service respectively at the company’s annual meeting on March 23rd. Brickett, Jr., a carpenter by trade, joined the CCB Team in 1981 as a Field Engineer/Superintendent before becoming a Project Manager in 1997. Charity, an ironworker by trade, worked on steel erection, maintenance and mechanical installation projects mainly in papermills throughout the Northeast before joining CCB in 1986 as a Project Superintendent. All in all, 14 members of the CCB Team were mentioned for their longevity and dedication to the company. Joining Charity and Brickett, Jr., was owner Beth L. Sturtevant – 28 years; Clem L.  Gervais, Project Superintendent and Newell E. Porter, Project Manager – 24 years; Robert K. Mullen, Project Superintendent – 23 years; Richard (Sam) Ryan, Project Superintendent – 22 years; Patricia A. DiGeorge, Accounts Payable and David P. Cloutier, Shop Foreman – 21 years; Michael Goodwin, Project Manager and Robert Porter, Project Superintendent – 19 years; John R. Pelletier, Foreman and Terry Pinkham, Project Superintendent – 16 years; and Jeffrey R. Perron, Foreman -15 years. The average length of service of the 55 team members, who attended this meeting, was approximately 10 years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CCB principals Sean Ferguson, Beth Sturtevant, and Marc Belanger are shown here with 30-Year Team member Al Brickett.