Jiminy Peak Announces Management Transitions

By AlpineZone News |
Aug 19 2013 - 01:09 PM

Hancock, MA- Brian and Tyler Fairbank, owners of The Fairbank Group, LLC, announced a milestone staffing change at one of its flagship member companies, Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, LLC. Chief Financial Officer, Jack Filiault will commence a transition to retirement over the 20 months as of August 1st, with a target retirement date of April 1st, 2015. Jack has been with Jiminy Peak since (1975) and has served in his current capacity as CFO since (1987). Filiault will maintain his title and several of his duties during the transition, while also serving in an advisory capacity to the Fairbanks’ and to the staff members assuming some of his former responsibilities.

As a result of the transition, Jiminy Peak has made several staffing adjustments. Ray Boudreau, previously the company’s Controller, has been promoted to the position of department director with the title of Director of Accounting and Finance. He assumes an expanded finance role with Jiminy Peak. Sarah Sweet is appointed to the position of Executive Assistant and Associate Manager with responsibility for a variety of administrative responsibilities including managing Jiminy Peak’s insurance portfolio. The Fairbank Group’s General Counsel, Adam Filson, takes on oversight of Jiminy Peak’s real estate department. Jiminy Peak Lodging Director, David Cammer, will expand his responsibilities for vacation-ownership operations, management and homeowner relations.
“Jack and I have worked together for several decades.” says Fairbank Group Chairman, Brian H. Fairbank; “I admire his dedication, loyalty, years of hard work and institutional memory. I am delighted that we are able to maintain the benefit of his experience and wisdom throughout this transition and also create opportunities for a number of other outstanding team members.”

“This orderly transition really affords us a great opportunity for the future,” says Fairbank Group CEO, Tyler Fairbank. “We have a talented group of managers who will be stepping into new opportunities for growth. Having Jack as a part of this process as a mentor, coach and advisor will help them to be well-positioned for the future.”

Jack will maintain his office at the Administration Center at Jiminy Peak in Hancock, and all of his contact information remains the same.