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Maine State Council Knights of Columbus Officers

Officer Terms July 2016- July 2018

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Mark Bourgoin (Lois)

State Deputy Maine Knights of Columbus
Home 68 Main Street Limestone Maine 04750 United States Home Phone: (207) 325-3588
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Biographical Info

I was born and primarily raised in Pittsfield, MA until I graduated from parochial school in 1979. I served the United State Air Force in Okinawa (1981-1982), California (1982 – 1985, where I met my wife Lois), Germany (1985 to 1990) and then Loring Air Force Base here in Maine (1991 until my disability retirement in 1993). I then worked as an Air Force Civilian until the base closed in 1994 and bought a house in Limestone where we currently live.

Since 1994 I have been employed as a manager at The Aroostook Medical Center in Presque Isle. I became a Knight of Columbus in 1995 and have served as the Grand Knight, Deputy Grand Knight and other officer positions for both Aroostook Council # 2851 in Limestone and Northern Maine Council # 1753 in Fort Fairfield. During my first year as Grand Knight in 2004 our council received Star Council. From 2014-2016, I served as Faithful Navigator for Assembly 0350 in Fort Fairfield.

During my tenure as a Knight of Columbus, I have served the Maine State Council as District Deputy for five years (1997-2000 & 2002-2004), State Pro-Life Couple with Lois for 2 years (2000-2002), State Publicity Director and Convention Coordinator with Lois for 2 years (2008-2010). Thus far as a State Officer I have served as State Warden (2010-2012), State Advocate (2012-2014), State Treasurer (2014-2016), and currently serving at State Secretary.

We worship at St. Louis Church in Limestone where I am a member of the Music Ministry. Lois and I have been married for 34 years and we look forward to seeing you all around the State during our travels. God Bless.

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