At the Amputee Association

of Maine, our strength is

in our community.

The Amputee Association of Maine (AAM) is a 501(c)3 non-profit with the mission of providing education, support and access to services for people with limb loss. AAM was formed to assist amputees, their families, friends and supporters. Our goal is to serve as a clearinghouse for information about amputee services in the state of Maine and parts of New Hampshire.

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Meet Our Board

John LeMieux


John is the president of the Board for the Amputee Association of Maine and the principal and co-founder of Anton LeMieux Financial Group.  He has more than 20 years’ experience guiding clients through the complex world of financial planning and investing. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, a Certified Investment Management Analyst™, and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™.

John lost his leg to cancer in 2012; with the doctors at Brigham and Women’s Hospital completing a rare Winkelman B-1 variation Rotationplasty surgery.  Since his surgery John has become an avid handcyclist and his golf handicap has gone down!  He serves on a number of boards, including being the Vice Chair of the Board for the Institute for Family-Owned Business.

Stephen Jordan

Vice President

Since 2009 Steve has been the CEO of Klixel8, a leading provider of interactive image technology for e-commerce, online advertising, blogs, e-books, e-manuals, and mobile apps.  Its customers use Klixel8 to increase sales and promote brands through web pages, email campaigns and social media channels.

Prior to co-founding Klixel8, Steve worked 17 years in the financial services industry as a senior financial advisor.  He has served on the boards of several organizations offering support services for both children and adults with developmental disabilities. Steve also served on the board of a community elders association providing services to enhance the lifestyle of senior citizens.

Eric Anton


Eric is a Maine native and lives with his wife, two children and two dogs in Falmouth, Maine. In 2009, he joined forces with John LeMieux to form Anton LeMieux Financial Group to help individuals navigate the complex world of personal finance and gain confidence in the financial future of their families. Eric says the best day in his professional life was when John asked him to join forces with him and start a new, independent investment firm.

Starting a new venture is always nerve-wracking. However, early in the process, John was diagnosed with cancer and lost a leg to this insidious disease. Despite the stress this added to the usual start-up worries, the firm thrived and continues to grow. Every day, Eric sees the challenges John faces as an amputee. It is this experience that motivates Eric to participate in the Amputee Association of Maine and to help the Association provide support for other amputees.

Catherine Wygant Fossett


Catherine is the executive director for the Institute for Family-Owned Business (IFOB) and the secretary of the Board for the Amputee Association of Maine.  Prior to joining the IFOB, Catherine was the executive director of the Boothbay Harbor Region Chamber of Commerce. She is a graduate of the Maine Association of Nonprofits’ Executive Leadership Institute.

Her prior experience includes 20 years in the travel industry serving as a director of marketing and then sales, at Hewins Travel and Hurley Travel Experts. A graduate of Bates College, she has served on dozens of boards including the Advertising Club of Maine, the World Affairs Council of Maine, Maine Sports Commission, and Rotary.  She currently also serves on the committee for the Boothbay Treasures #Giving Tuesday and the Advisory Board for the Boothbay Sea and Science Center and the MWM Maine Women Magazine.  She joined forces with AAM when she was asked by her current IFOB Board Vice Chair, John LeMieux to join in this worthy cause.

Cindy LeMieux

Board Member

Graduating from the University of Maine, Cindy has been a Registered Nurse in Maine for 37 years.  She is currently working at Plastic and Hand in South Portland. The first two decades of her career involved working in Intensive Care, Emergency Department, Obstetrics/Nursery, Medical-Surgical and Skilled Units at Mid Coast and Parkview Hospitals. She later became the Director of Surgical Services.

Cindy was the official State of Maine traveling companion for the Miss Maine to the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, NJ. for many years. She also served on the Miss Maine Board of Directors and the Business Manager for Miss Maine Scholarship Program.

She worked at Camp Tapawingo, A summer for girls in Sweden Maine for thirteen summers as a camp nurse, as well as Head Counselor.

She was a cheerleading coach in the Brunswick area for nine years. She created and developed the Brunswick Junior High School cheerleading program. Through her dedicated service, the team was able to compete in multiple competitions and proudly maintaining an undefeated status.

Cindy resides in Brunswick with her husband, Lance. They have three daughters, Brittany who is a family counselor in Pensacola, Florida, Brianna  who is a third grade teacher at Geiger Elementary School in Lewiston, Maine and Beverly who is an American Airlines Flight Attendant in Boston, MA. Brianna and her husband, Andrew Lunn blessed their lives and Nanny Cindy’s life with a beautiful daughter, Aria Grace on December 30th, 2016.

Cindy is very committed to her family, work, and community and is excited to take on this role.

Anne Hussey

Board Member

Anne is a marketing professional, having spent the past 15 years at Unum, a Fortune 500 company and a leading disability insurance company.  Prior to Unum, Anne worked at her family’s business, Hussey Seating Company in various leadership roles in sales and marketing.  A Maine native, Anne is a proud member of the 6th generation of family owners of Hussey Seating.

Anne has a broad background in non-profit organizations having served on a number of boards and committees:  the Institute of Family Owned Business, Maine Businesses for Social Responsibility, Hurricane Island Outward Bound, Kennebunk Soccer Club, the Education Foundation of the Kennebunks & Arundel, the South Congregational Church and Arundel Yacht Club.  A graduate of Colby College, she  also obtained her MBA from the University of New Hampshire.  Anne lives in Kennebunk where she remains busy keeping up with her middle-school aged daughter Emma.

Mike Nordman

Board Member

Since 1988 Mike has worked for Southworth International Group, Inc. becoming its CFO in 1991. The Southworth group of companies are leaders in the design and manufacture of ergonomic material handling and positioning equipment, with operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

Before joining Southworth he worked in the construction industry for many years. In 1982 an industrial accident resulted in an above knee amputation. Over the past 34 years he has seen technology and medical care advance for the amputee community while the coordination and education available for amputees has not kept pace. He has a strong desire to help others in the amputee community access the care, knowledge and services that will allow them to live with honor, dignity and a sense of fulfillment, a life well lived.

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