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Board Member

Growing up in Newark, Delaware, Vin was an avid sports fan. In high school, he played soccer,
baseball, and wrestled all 4 years. He graduated from West Chester University in Pennsylvania
where he studied Communication and played soccer at the division II level. While he didn’t play
organized ice hockey as a kid, he learned to play as an adult, which only fueled his love and
desire for the game. Work brought Vin and his family to Camden, Maine, where he and his wife
have lived since 1994 with their two daughters.

As a volunteer, he coached soccer, softball, and ice hockey at the squirt through midget levels and was the president of the MCSA youth ice hockey organization from 2012 to 2016. He participated in several long distance endurance races, including two full Ironman triathlons, but currently enjoys the camaraderie and relaxed competitiveness of adult pick-up ice hockey and pickleball at the MRC. He loved watching his
daughters compete on the ice, soccer pitch, and lacrosse fields across Maine. The MRC is where his kids learned to skate and where Vin spent many hours watching and coaching ice hockey.

Vin works for Bank of America, where he has been employed for the last 33 years. He
volunteers as the enterprise Communication Co-Chair for the Military Support and Assistance
Group at the bank, managing the strategy, development, and distribution of the group’s
company-wide messaging and communication. He is the Maine Director of the Hobey Baker
High School Character Award program, a role he has volunteered for since 2019, and has the
public address announcer for the Camden Hills high school ice hockey team since 2016.

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