UMC Board welcomes two new members

Mar 08, 2019
Jim Hengerer

Camden — Dr. Jim Hengerer, of Rockland, and Steve Kemple, of Lincolnville, have joined the board of directors of United Midcoast Charities. Both have recently relocated to become permanent residents of the Midcoast.

Hengerer grew up in Albany, N.Y. After medical school, he served in Navy for nine years while training in Ear, Nose and Throat as his medical specialty. He practiced in Lynchburg, Va. for 35 years and retired to Rockland four years ago with his wife, Judy. In addition to his term as a director, Hengerer has joined UMC’s Development Committee and will continue on the UMC Grants Committee for a second year.

Kemple, a retired aircraft financing executive, relocated with his wife to Lincolnville from Ohio in 2017, after having a second home in the Midcoast for many years. While in Ohio, he served as treasurer of a charity that purchased and distributed clothing to school children in need. In addition, he has served on various boards and committees both in Ohio and Maine. Kemple has been an active member of UMC’s Finance Committee and was recently elected to serve as the organization’s Treasurer and that committee’s chair.

 

 

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