David J. North
David J. North has been appointed as a new commissioner on the Easton Utilities Commission. Easton Mayor Robert C. Willey swore Mr. North in on June 8, 2005. David North is Vice President of Mercantile Eastern Shore Bank (formerly St. Michaels Bank). Mr. North has a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Stetson University, Deland, Florida and is a graduate of Maryland Banker’s School at the University of Maryland College Park. Mr. North has served on several local boards including Big Brothers-Big Sisters, Chesapeake Center, Inc. and the Waterfowl Festival Commission. Mr. North lives in Easton.
Along with the other two commissioners, Mr. North is charged with overseeing the operations and management of Easton Utilities.
W. W. “Buck” Duncan, Jr.
Mayor Robert C. Willey swore in W. W. “Buck” Duncan, Jr. as a new commissioner of the Easton Utilities Commission on March 27, 2013. Mr. Duncan currently serves as President of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation and previously held the position of President & CEO for The Talbot Bank.
Mr. Duncan earned a Masters Degree in Management from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville and received a Bachelors Degree in Economics from Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, West Virginia. He was a Captain in the United States Air Force as well.
Mr. Duncan has served on several local boards including United Fund of
Talbot County,, Rotary
Club of Easton, The Memorial Hospital at Easton and Chesapeake College
Foundation. Mr. Duncan lives in Easton.
Mayor Robert C. Willey swore in Rodanthe Hanrahan as a new commissioner of the Easton Utilities Commission on May 7, 2015. Ms. Hanrahan earned a BS in Energy Studies from Brown University and a MBA from Georgetown University. Ms. Hanrahan enjoyed a career in energy development in the U.S. and China with the AES Corporation.
An active volunteer in the community, Ms. Hanrahan has served a number of organizations including The Country School, YMCA of the Chesapeake and The Women & Girls Fund. She currently serves on the board of the Academy Art Museum and is a member of the Talbot County Garden Club and Parents Advisory Council of Davidson College.
As a member of the Easton Utilities Commission, Ms. Hanrahan is charged with governance responsibilities for Easton Utilities.