Who’s Who at Sugarloaf
John Diller, General Manager: John is a 30+ year veteran of the ski industry, having held senior positions in Skier Services and Operations before becoming Managing Director of Sugarloaf in 1998. He brings to his position an extensive knowledge of the mountain, and under his leadership Sugarloaf has established itself as a four-season resort with extremely loyal guests. (email: email@example.com).
Scott Hoisington, Director of Golf: Scott has been a Golf Pro at Sugarloaf for more than 10 years and was named Director of Golf in 1997. He attended University of Maine, Farmington and was the first athlete to make the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic All-Conference Team in two different sports. In July 2000, Scott was inducted into the University of Maine’s Hall of Fame for his achievements in both golf and skiing. Scott was presented with the Merchandiser of the Year Award by the New England PGA in 2003. He lives in Kingfield with his wife Melissa and their three children (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Peter Webber, Consultant: Peter is considered to be the founding father of the golf course, as he turned his dream of a golf course at Sugarloaf into reality. He played an integral role in the course being built in 1985, including contracting Robert Trent Jones, Jr. as designer of the course. Subsequently Peter has worked closely with raters from major publications such as Golf Digest and Golf Magazine ensuring national recognition. Most recently Peter has facilitated the partnership of Robert Trent Jones, Jr. with developers of a new golf course at Sunday River. Peter lives on-mountain year round. (email: email@example.com).
Kimberly Truskowski, Environmental Steward: Kimberly is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a major in Environmental Science and Business. She was the director of USM Recycles and assisted with many of their work/study programs. Kimberly currently runs the environmental program at Sugarloaf and is also involved in environmental classes at Carrabassett Valley Academy. She also provides education and develops programs for the local schools and communities. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Marcia White, Director of Children’s Services: Marcia moved to Sugarloaf in 1974 after graduating from the University of Maine at Orono with a degree in child psychology. Marcia has held a variety of positions at Sugarloaf through the years. She is currently Director of Children’s Services which includes the summer Outdoor Adventure Camp program. Marcia and her husband Steve, who teaches at the golf course, live in Wyman Township with their two children. (email: email@example.com).
Darcy Liberty, Director of Communications: A graduate of the University of Maine in Orono with a degree in journalism and of the University of Denver with a masters in marketing communications, Darcy is new to the Marketing team yet old to Sugarloaf. An avid skier and snowboarder, Darcy is excited to split her slope time between Sugarloaf and Sunday River and in the summer train for the Tri-Maine series. Darcy returns to her native Maine turf from Winter Park Resort in Winter Park, Colorado, where she served as the Communications Manager and Coordinator for five years. Darcy currently lives in Bethel with her husband. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ethan Austin, Communications Manager: A graduate of Tufts University with degrees in English and Environmental Studies, Ethan has been a member of Sugarloaf’s Marketing team since 2005. A native of Wales, Maine, Ethan grew up skiing at Sugarloaf in the winters and hiking and fishing the surrounding mountains during the summer months. An outdoor enthusiast, Ethan is an avid skier, cyclist, and hiker, and completed a continuous thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail in 2005. Ethan currently lives in Kingfield. (email: email@example.com)