At Delamater & Farris we continue to see business owners from all sectors facing many of the same issues in a post recession environment. We continue to offer a complete solution tailored to each individual owner's needs. At Delamater and Farris we are committed to a total solution mentality and look to grow a life long relationship with our clients. We never leave our clients with a notebook of things to do, we do leave our clients in a position where their business is functioning on all cylinders. At Delamater & Farris we firmly believe that if we have done our job really well then our clients should not need us in the future.
Greg Farris, an attorney since 1973, has practiced in criminal law, domestic law, general civil litigation, personal injury, real estate, corporate, business law, estate and tax planning, and business planning. In addition to his law practice, Greg has enjoyed many years of being an avid investor and entrepreneur. These areas have paired very nicely as being successful in business equates to solving problems. Some of the businesses owned include: restaurants, bars, commercial and residential real estate development, wholesale stores, ownership and management in the aviation sector: fixed wing aircraft, jet aircraft, Maine Helicopters Inc., part owner of a marketing firm, a metal manufacturer company turnaround, stock market work, and part owner of a securities brokerage business. In addition to multiple charitable boards, Greg has recently served on the Augusta Country Club board of directors, is a former Treasurer of the Maine State Bar Association, and is a former Director of the State YMCA Camp in Winthrop, Maine.
B.A. Political Science & History, University of Maine
J.D. Law,University Of Maine School of Law
James Delamater currently serves as president of the Delamater Financial Consulting Group LLC, a consulting company that offers advice to business owners including assistance with debt structure and pricing and succession planning.
James Delamater served in the capacity of President & CEO of Northeast Bancorp from July 1981 until August of 2013. Northeast Bancorp, which trades on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol of NBN, is the parent company of Northeast Bank FSB, Northeast Financial Services Inc. and functions as a full-service financial services organization.
Prior to joining Northeast Bancorp, which, historically, was known as and/or affiliated with Bethel Bancorp, Bethel Savings Bank FSB, Brunswick Federal Savings Bank FSB, etc. Delamater was an officer with Oxford Bank & Trust, a regional commercial bank located in western Maine.
Total assets of Bethel Savings Bank when Delamater took over in July of 1981 were 18 million. Upon his retirement, the bank had grown to over $675 million in total assets.
Prior to his career in banking, Delamater served as licensed representative of the New York and other stock exchanges with firms such as W. E. Hutton, Thompson McKinnon, Burgess & Leith and Robert C. Carr and Company. In addition, Delamater has owned and operated a men's clothing store. Throughout his career, Delamater has invested in a variety of business activities and/or real estate development projects.
Delamater has been and remains active in civic organizations. He has served as past president of the Oxford Hills Chamber of Commerce, Oxford Hills Development Corporation, and president of the Tri-County Babe Ruth League.
He is also a member of the Loan Committee for the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments and has a long history of participation in local and/or regional service and/or credit organizations.
He has served on a variety of Boards of Directors during his career including Oxford Networks & Northeast Bank. He is currently Chairman of the Board of Syris Scientific and a board member for Spinnaker Trust.
Delamater graduated from Oxford Hills High School, received a nomination from the US Air Force Academy from the state of Maine, served a term with the US Air Force and took various courses from the University of South Carolina and the University of Southern Maine.