Earle and Ashley have decades of financial, management, banking, and consulting experience that will allow us to strategically manage and successfully execute your “life plan”.
Mr. Harvey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern Maine in Portland, ME, a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, MA, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA, and is a graduate of the New England School of Banking at Williams College in Williamstown, MA. He has held numerous senior executive positions in commercial banking over the last twenty-five years, including seven years as the President and Chief Executive Officer of a Maine-based community bank and recently as Senior Vice President in the Private Banking Group at Mechanics Savings Bank. Earle also continues to operate several family-owned small businesses in Maine which demand attention to customers and operational detail. Earle is an instrument-rated commercial pilot with multi-engine privileges and is a Certified Flight Instructor and Multi-Engine Instructor. Earle has been active in his local community in several civic roles over the years which has included being the Chairman of the Southern Mid Coast Chamber of Commerce, Chair of the United Way Annual Giving Campaign, Trustee of the United Baptist Church of Topsham, Treasurer of Topsham Development Inc., and has coached youth sports in Brunswick for several years.
Ms. Chabot is a consultant for JMH Associates, with an Associates and Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Accounting from the University of Phoenix. She has multiple years in banking, management, lending and accounting/financial positions. Ashley has worked in a small accounting office, an insurance company, and at local banks working with small business clients. She is in the process of becoming a QuickBooks ProAdvisor.
Mr. Armstrong is a consultant for JMH Associates, working in video and still photography and aviation. He continues to operate a sole proprietorship LLC, Androken Aerial. Prior to that he was the Director of Technology for the Maine State Courts. While there, he moved the court system from an antiquated UNIX system to a modern case management system. During the 1990’s, Mr Armstrong was Director for CACI in Arlington, VA, responsible for many advance technology projects working as a contractor for the U.S Department of Justice. Before that, Mr Armstrong enjoyed a twenty year career with the U.S. Air Force working as a Vietnamese linguist and later as a systems administrator. Put is a certificated commercial pilot with an instrument rating. He is currently studying to be a certificated flight instructor. He has a MS from George Washington University in Information Science Management and a BA from the University of Maryland in Government and Politics.