John B. Devine Jr. ’78, P ’06, and Todd W. Halloran ’84 have each been nominated to serve a second three-year term as alumni trustees.
Devine, of Phoenix, Md., is vice president of business development at Cartwheel LLC, of Morristown, N.J., which provides specialized marketing services to retailers.
The Massachusetts native was an English major who edited The Oracle and The Echo. A former president of Delta Upsilon, Devine has also been an alumni club officer, class agent, and chair of the Alumni Council. He served as a Colby Overseer (1994-2002) and was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2006.
Halloran, of Darien, Conn., is a partner at Freeman Spogli & Co., a privately owned investment firm that has more than $2 billion invested in 37 portfolio companies. An economics major at Colby, he was elected a trustee in 2006 and currently chairs the Nominating Committee. As an overseer he was a member of the College Relations Visiting Committee (2005) and the President’s Advisory Committee.
According to the Alumni Association bylaws, other nominations may be made by petition to the executive secretary of the Alumni Council with signatures of one percent of the members of the association. If there are no nominations before Feb. 15, 2009, Devine and Halloran will be declared elected by the chair of the Alumni Council.