Denise M. deMedeiros, President
Joan B. Chabot, Vice President
Address: 19 Yellowfin Road, Tiverton, RI 02878
BMC Durfee High School - Class of 1972
Massasoit Community College - 1978 1980 Evening Program
Plymouth Rock Assurance; auto & home insurance company; Boston, MA
Statistical Reporting Supervisor; since 2002
Tiverton Town Council (2010- present)
Town Council Liaison to the Art Council, Pocasset Hill Cemetery Commission, Historical Cemeteries Commission, Wastewater Management Commission
Notary Public - Commission expires 2016
Clubs and Organizations:
Borden Light Marina Boater's Club; member since 1997, Co-coordinator of Annual Fishing Tournament for 12 years
Rhode Island Blood Center; donor since 2009
East Bay Patriots; member since 2010
Brett N. Pelletier
You can reach Brett at 401-835-2679
A lifelong Tiverton resident and 2001 graduate of Tiverton High School, Brett received his Bachelor's Degree in Finance with minors in English and Government from Bentley College, where he focused on Corporate Finance and Real Estate with coursework in Real Estate Law, Real Estate Financing and Urban Planning & Development.
Brett works as a Senior Real Estate Analyst with the Boston-based Kirk&Company: Real Estate Counselors, having joined the firm in 2005. Kirk&Company offers real estate consulting services to institutions, corporations, investors and developers; including advice, analysis and assistance on real estate investment, disposition, and development, including property valuation, marketability and feasibility studies. Brett is a contributing writer to the New England Real Estate Journal. Prior to joining Kirk & Company, he served as campaign intern with John Kerry for President and interned with a legislative aide in the Boston office of the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
Brett was first elected to the Tiverton Town Council in 2010 and was reelected in 2012 and 2014. He is currently the Town Council liaison to the following boards and commissions: Economic Development Commission, Planning Board, Harbor & Coastal Waters Management Commission, Historic Preservation Advisory Committee, Library Construction Coordination Committee, Library Board, and the Real Estate Property Tax Exemption Review Committee. He serves as an ex-officio member of the Land Use Procedural Improvements Committee and the Grinnell's Beach Improvement Committee, designed to improve land use planning and redevelopment strategies for town-owned property.
Brett is a member of the Herreshoff Marine Museum, the Preservation Society of Newport County, and the Fall River Historical Society, non-profit organizations that preserve and protect the maritime and architectural heritage of the region. Additionally, he serves as the president of the board of directors of the Striving Artists Theatre Company of Beverly, Massachusetts; a non-profit performing arts organization dedicated to enriching the community with innovative theatre arts.
When not working, Brett enjoys gardening, historic preservation, restoring his vintage English sports car, the company of friends, and sitting down for five minutes, alone, in a comfy chair, with a cup of tea, pretending to read a book..