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News Release
February 7, 2007
Media Contact:  Tina Clark, APR
Director of Development & Community Relations
207-784-4110 x 158
tclark@tcmhs.org


Tri-County Mental Health Services is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors.

Bill Britting

William G. (Bill) Britting of Oxford is a retired U S Naval aircrewman, having flown more than 8,000 hours in the P-3 aircraft. He is currently a part time Police Officer for the Town of Bethel, a graduate of Flight Engineer and the Maine Criminal Justice Academy Pre-service School, and also works for the transport Division of C. N. Brown Company.

Craig Gunderson

Craig Gunderson is the President of Oxford Networks, one of Maine's leading local communication providers. Gunderson has been with Oxford Networks since 2003. He holds a BA Degree in Economics from Dickinson College, and a MBA Degree with concentrations in Finance & Marketing from Georgia Southern University.

Deborah Simpson

Deborah Simpson is a state Representative from Auburn who is serving her fourth term in the Legislature and is House Chair of the Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary. During her second term, she was also a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Taxation and the House Standing Committee on Ethics.

Tri-County Mental Health Services is Maine's most comprehensive agency dealing with the psychological and social well-being of children, adults, and elders. TCMHS serves over 10,000 individuals each year with innovative programs and services addressing mental health, substance abuse, mental retardation/developmental disabilities, autism, and more. Its philosophy of building toward recovery and sensitivity to traumatic experiences of consumers gives hope to individuals, families, and communities in Androscoggin, Northern Cumberland, Franklin and Oxford counties.