The Links At Merrymeeting Bay


Alicia Romac – President

Is a certified real estate appraiser in Maine, a recreational golfer, and a new grandmother. She lives across the street from the golf course with her husband, Michael Romac, of thirty-two years. She is in her second year as President of Sagadahoc Preservation Incorporated, an organization committed to preserving the Winter Street Church and Center in the historic district of Bath. Alicia is also a Master Gardener Volunteer, a beekeeper (5 colonies), a member of Sagadahoc County Maine Organic Farmers Growers Association, and has a certified pollinator friendly property. She was honored by the Rotary as a Paul Harris Fellow in the year 2000.

Chris Marco – Vice-president

Christopher Marco is a lifelong resident of Bath and after graduating from Colby College with a degree in Business Administration spent a 38-year career as a Supervisor and Manager of Warehousing and Inventory Control of a multi-million-dollar inventory for one of the largest companies in Maine, Bath Iron Works. Chris comes from a golf family with his father, a golf professional, and older brother was the golf course superintendent at Bath in the 70’s and 80’s. Chris has been a high-level golfer since winning the Maine State High School Championship in 1973. Chris has played across the state at a high level and has developed contacts with people around the state ranging from course owners, golf professionals, golf superintendents, and leaders in Amateur golf organizations. Chris has gained a wealth of golf knowledge from these contacts and as a 57-year-old member of The Bath Golf Club has an intimate knowledge of the property and its history.

Todd Marco – Treasurer

Todd Marco is President and owner of Gnome Landscapes, Design & Masonry based in Falmouth, which has been in business for 44 years. The company handles a wide range of residential landscape construction from installation to maintenance, employing a crew of 50 year-round employees. Todd has been coaching the Morse High School swim team for the past 30 years, winning numerous league and state championships and producing many individual State Champions. He has been a long-time member of the Bath YMCA and currently serves on their Board of Directors. Todd grew up playing golf in Bath. His grandfather was on the very first Morse High School golf team in 1932, and his family has been connected to the course for nearly 100 years.

Peter Macdonald Blachly, MS, UOPV -- Secretary and Resident Agent

Peter Macdonald Blachly has spent most of his professional career in the non-profit sector as executive director of several local, regional and national nonprofits and government-funded programs. These have included Rebuild New Mexico, which received both state and national awards for environmental excellence; Center for Energy Efficiency, which was contracted by the US Department of Energy to conduct energy efficiency surveys in all 50 states; the New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution; the Biodiversity Project, where he developed messaging for the Great Lakes Restoration advocacy campaign; The Gulf of Maine Restoration Coalition, which developed a needs assessment for the restoration of the entire Gulf of Maine watershed; and the Maine Alliance for Arts Education. Peter is also a licensed sea captain, published author, and life-long musician who began performing professionally at the age of 9. From 2009 - 2013 He served as president of the Maine Songwriters’ Association.

Scott Mills – Member at Large

Scott Mills, a ninth-generation Mainer and Bowdoin graduate, has a rich history in the mid coast region, notably as the founding member of Mid Coast Cardiology in 1988. His journey includes serving as Mid Coast Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer and later a Senior Medical Director for Maine Health. During his tenure at Mid Coast Hospital, he significantly expanded the Mid Coast Medical Group from 3 to 25 medical practices. Now retired, he continues to contribute to the medical field as a faculty member of the Provider Leadership Development Fellowship at Maine Health. Beyond his medical achievements Scott dedicated a decade to the Bath Family YMCA serving as its president for 4 years. A lifelong musician, he is currently a member of the local retro-rock band Dooryarders. His passion for Bath is deeply rooted in his wife’s family ties. He has been a member of the Bath Golf Club for five years.

Vicki Sprague – Member at Large

In 27 years of selling real estate in Maine’s mid-coast region Vicki Sprague has proven to be a strong negotiator, and dependable in meeting the needs of her clients. Six generations of Vicki’s family have called the City of Bath their home, and no one knows the community better. Vicki is past president of Merrymeeting Board of Realtors, a member of the Maine Ethics Committee, a board member of the Chocolate Church Performing Arts Center, and has chaired uncountable fundraising events for the YMCA, Chocolate Church, Habitat for Humanity, Maine Cancer Foundation, the City of Bath’s 150 Birthday celebration, and many others. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Maine Street Bath and chairs the Maine Street Bath summer Gala.

Morgan Decker – Member at Large

Morgan is a Bath native who has spent her career building and fostering relationships within the community. She currently works in the front office at Kaler Oil Company, located directly across the street from the Bath Golf Course. Morgan has a strong, life-long connection to and love for the course. She brings to the Board of Directors 20 years of experience in office administration and uncountable personal connections with the people of Bath and the surrounding communities. Formerly, she served as the Recording Secretary for the Newcastle and Bath Planning Boards.

Sharon Snell – Member at Large

Sharon is retired and lives in Bath. After graduating from the University of Southern Maine, she spent 3 years teaching at Woolwich Central School before embarking on a fulfilling journey as a stay-at-home mom for many years. Sharon and her late husband Dean raised six children and were very involved in fundraising for their schools and sports teams over the years. Her career path took a turn when she joined Back of America, where she devoted 14 years to contributing her skills and expertise in education, serving as a site Education Manager. Following the passing of her husband from esophageal cancer in 2009, Sharon redirected her focus towards volunteer community service. She and her children created the Dean Snell Cancer Foundation, a non-profit foundation dedicated to providing financial assistance to cancer patients at New England Cancer Specialists (NECS) in Topsham. Serving as the Foundation’s President for 14 years, she has worked tirelessly with family and dozens of community volunteers to support cancer patients at NECS who need a helping hand as they battle cancer. DSCF has provided almost $1,100,000 in direct financial assistance to cancer patients at NECS in less than 14 years.

Maile Hoffmann – Member at Large

Maile brings her passion for golf and community service to her role serving on the Board of Directors for TLAMB. Her journey with golf began in high school where she played on her girls’ varsity team. This early introduction ignited a lifelong enthusiasm for golf and she has continued to explore her love for the game, playing recreationally since. She resides adjacent to the picturesque Bath golf course with her significant other, Alex, and their three beloved dogs. Beyond time on the fairways, Maile dedicates her energy to advocating for animal rights, contributing to various nonprofits and volunteer efforts, including her longstanding involvement with the humane society and other local animal rescue organizations. Professionally, she is a Certified Public Accountant specializing in tax consulting and business advisory services. Maile also enjoys gardening, hiking, and spending time with her dogs.

William Turcotte – Communications Officer

Bill has spent his entire adult life working in the field of communications and internet technology. He entered the US Army soon after graduating from high school in 1977 and trained as a Combat Telecommunications Specialist. His first duty station saw him travel to South Korea serving in a tactical communications company. While there, he was attached to a fixed station telecommunications station working with the Modular Amme Remote Terminal, a precursor to email. During his 11-year military service, he attended several Non-Commissioned Officer leadership courses, finishing top in his class at the end of PLC. When cellular technology replaced the need for combat telecommunications, Bill was left with the option of retraining in another field or leaving military service. He was immediately hired by Bath Iron Works, where he worked as a Marine Electrician for his entire 32-year career as a Combat Space Mechanic. He was fortunate to land his dream retirement job in 2020 working at the Bath Golf Club as a Pro Shop Staff Member. His spare time is filled with family, golf, and amateur photography.

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