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Town of Easton

136 Elm Street

Easton, MA 02356

(508) 230-0643

edc@easton.ma.us

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Deal Makers: Who We Are

Dottie Fulginiti

Selectmen's Representative to and the Chair of the Economic Development Council:

Dottie was elected to the Easton Board of Selectmen in 2013. Currently Dottie is the owner of a small business working as a technology sales representative with a background in sales, marketing, graphic design, web design and communication.  Dottie is the Secretary of the Massachusetts Selectmen's Association, a member of the Easton Lions Club, the Selectmen's representative to the Oakes Ames Memorial Board of Trustees and steering committee member of Easton Wings of Hope, a community coalition working to reduce youth substance abuse.

 

Stephanie Danielson

Director of Planning & Economic Development, Vice Chair of the Economic Development Council:

Stephanie Danielson was appointed to the position of Director of Planning and Economic Development in September 2016 after serving the Town of Easton as Land User Planner, then Assistant Planning Director/Environmental Planner since 2006. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association and the Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors. Stephanie is also a long-serving board member of Brockton Arts, a non-profit organization promoting arts and culture in the greater Brockton area.

Craig Barger

Selectmen's Representative to the Economic Development Council:

Craig was elected to the Board of Selectmen in 2017. He is a retired public servant having served the Massachusetts juvenile corrections system for 41 years, primarily as regional administrator for the Department of Youth Services. He is currently a member of the Easton Lions’ Club, the Natural Resources Trust (NRT), and the Ames Free Library, and is also on the social services subcommittee of the Old Colony YMCA Board of Directors.

Dan Farren

Economic Development Council Member:

Daniel Farren was raised in Easton starting in 1972 in third grade at Center School. He attended Easton public schools and Oliver Ames High School, graduating in 1982. He attended Tufts University, graduating Cum Laude in 1986 before going on to receive an MPA from the Kellogg School at Northwester University in 1996. For twenty years he has worked for investment firms including Credit Suisse, Bernstein Research, SSGA and Tudor Investment Corporation. He is currently a Senior Portfolio Analyst with Boston Partners. He lives in Easton.

Jon Holbrook

Economic Development Council Member:

Jon grew up in Easton and is a graduate of the Easton Public Schools. He received an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology. Jon is the president and owner of North Easton Machine Company, a contract manufacturing business started by his father in 1964,  where he has worked for the past 30 years.

 

In addition to North Easton Machine,  Jon is a member of the National Tooling and Machining Association, The Precision Machined Products Association and a member of the Advisory Board  for South Eastern Regional Vocational Technical High School.


Keith McLaughlin

Economic Development Council Member:

Keith McLaughlin is a lifelong resident of Easton graduating from Oliver Ames High school in 1984 and then Providence College in 1988.  He currently resides in Easton with his wife Jill and 3 boys who were all OA High School graduates and are now attending Northeastern University, Merrimack College and The University of Connecticut. 

 

Keith is the Director of Real Estate for his family owned business D’Angelo Inc.  D’Angelo Inc. was founded by his father in 1967 and consisted of a sandwich shop chain as well as real estate holdings.  The sandwich shop chain was sold to Pepsi in 1993 and D’Angelo Inc. currently owns, operates and develops commercial and residential real estate throughout New England. 

 

Projects developed individually by Keith include a 10 home subdivision in Halifax as well as Chase Landing in South Easton which is a 3 lot duplex subdivision located off of route 138 south of route 106. Keith currently serves as a Board Member of the Genesis Foundation for Children, a charity which helps children born with intellectual and developmental disorders.  He has served as the President of the OA Hockey boosters for the past six years.

 

Bruce Boyer

Economic Development Council Member

Bruce Boyer is the Director of Facilities Management at Stonehill College and has worked in construction and facilities management for more than 40 years. While working for Wentworth Institute of Technology and as an active member of the Medical Academic and Scientific Community Organization (MASCO) and Colleges of the Fenway (COF) he worked closely with the City of Boston on the development of the Longwood/Fenway/Muddy River area.

Strategy

The EDC wants to engage you today. Whether you are interested in opening your first business in Easton or expanding your current operations, we can help you navigate the municipal process to ensure the best possible experience for you and your business.

 

Call us today at (508) 230-0643 or visit our contact page to set up a meeting.


 

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