Meet the Committee

Ron Winner                   ron

Ron has almost 40 years experience in the lumber and building materials industry, selling to builders and architects.  He joined Shepley Wood Products in 1989 as their first outside lumber salesman.  He has worked on Habitat builds in the past and looks forward to more hands-on building.  Ron hopes “to work to help Habitat continue the great work it is already doing”.

Warren Brodie                                 warren

Warren Brodie is the principal of Law Offices of Warren H. Brodie, P.C., a law firm with offices in Wellesley and Falmouth, MA. He has been in private practice since 1979. The firm specializes in construction law and litigation, including the representation of developers, general contractors,  subcontractors and material suppliers at all levels of the judicial process, including the Massachusetts Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court. Warren has been involved with Habitat since 2003 primarily involved with land acquisition and permitting, including Comprehensive Permits under Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 40B. Warren has been involved in over 50 Habitat homes.

Gordon Correia                  gordon

Gordon is new to the Habitat family joining us for his second year as a Derby Committee Member.  He is an avid fisherman spending quality time with his family and friends on his boat here on Cape Cod as well as in the Florida Key’s. When he is not fishing he is volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters.  He is currently employed at Mid-Cape Home Center as a roofing specialist.  He lives in Hyannis with his fiance, daughter and two Siberian cats, Lokie and Meisha.

Charles Orr                      charles

I have been involved with Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod for eleven years and have spent the last five on the Board of Directors. I will finish out my term as Vice President.  As an Architect, I enjoy the design and construction of the homes we provide for our families. As a resident of the Cape, I’m honored and humbled by the opportunity to be involved in an organization that makes a significant difference in the lives of our neighbors.

I have fished all my life, and within the last ten years have focused on fly fishing in the rivers of New England, and the ponds of Cape Cod. Serving on the Board of Directors of Cape Cod Trout Unlimited also gives me the opportunity to make a difference in the health of the local streams and the quality of water for the fish and us.

Mike Squier