Personnel changes


Maurice Goulet

Maurice Goulet is new DPW Director

Mo Goulet takes over the Medfield DPW starting August 1.  Mo has been with the Town of Easton’s DPW since 1995, and its Operations Manager since 2006.  For the ten years before the Easton DPW, he ran his own surveying and drafting business in Franklin, and prior to that he worked for fifteen years at Trucchi’s Supermarkets in Taunton.  He obtained a BS from Bridgewater State University in 2003, and is a long term resident of Franklin, where he has had many coaching and volunteer involvements.

A Century of Service to Medfield Ends

Ken Feeney

Ken Feeney already retired after almost 38 years with the DPW, most recently as the Town’s long serving Superintendent.  Since March Ken has been working 25 hours a week to bridge over to the new Director starting.

Robert Kennedy, Sr.

Mr. Kennedy will be retiring from a 62 year career with the Medfield DPW this summer.  He is one of the longest serving municipal employees in all of Norfolk County.  Between these two DPW employees the town is losing almost a century of experience.

Justin Hinkley

Mr. Hinkley was a mechanic for the DPW for 6 years, and left July 1 for a job at Caterpillar and to be closer to his daughter.

Alan Peterson

Alan Peterson is leaving his Facilities Manager position with the schools.  Alan also served as an active member of the Medfield Energy Committee, as well as serving on  his own hometown’s energy committee in Pembroke.

Andrew Seaman

Andrew Seaman is leaving his relatively new position as the town’s Energy Manager, to follow his wife and new daughter, Emily, to new adventures in Philadelphia, where Andrew’s doctor wife has employment with the University of Pennsylvania.

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