FAIRFIELD — The Sheridan Construction Corporation, now in its 75th year of providing design and construction services to Maine, announced Daniel Wildes will now serve as company president. In addition, Wildes has assumed ownership of the Sheridan companies.
The succession of management and ownership follows the recently announced retirement of Mitchell Sammons.
Wildes previously served as senior vice president, managing construction operations since 1989. He is a graduate of the Wentworth Institute of Technology where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in architectural engineering and construction management.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine donates $10,000 to home heating assistance
YARMOUTH — To assist with home heating costs this winter, Summit Natural Gas of Maine is distributing a total of $10,000 to the Kennebec Valley Community Action Program and the towns of Cumberland, Falmouth, Yarmouth and Clinton.
These funds will be used to help low-income families who are struggling to pay their home heating bills.
“Keeping our customers safe and warm is our highest priority,” said Matt Jacobson, director of sales and marketing at Summit, according to a news release from the company. “We are seeing energy costs rise nationally, and across the world, as we head into this winter. … We see that families in our communities are not unaffected by the change in energy prices. This is why we are eager to do our part to help our customers and community members who need a little extra...
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