Cain, Limberry, Moran join Upper Shore Aging board

CHESTERTOWN — The Rev. L. Herbert “Herb” Cain of Chestertown, Pamela Limberry of Cordova and Kevin Moran of St. Michaels are newly appointed board members of Upper Shore Aging, the designated Area Agency on Aging for Talbot, Caroline and Kent counties announced in a Dec. 20 news release.

The following biographical information was provided in the news release.

Cain is a second career pastor in the United Methodist Church, serving First UMC and Christ UMC in Chestertown.

He has pastored churches in Kent, Cecil and Talbot counties.

Before entering the ministry in 2010, Cain was self-employed for 27 years as the owner/operator of his commercial fishing business based in Rock Hall.

Since entering the pastoral ministry, Cain has implemented several outreach ministries through his churches, including providing meals to those in need.

He is a former board member of the Ray of Hope Mission in Port Deposit.

Currently, he is involved with The Samaritan Group’s emergency rotating homeless shelter and the Chester Valley Ministers’ Association.

Cain has a Bachelor of Science degree with an undergraduate certificate in nonprofit management from Wilmington University.

He completed theological studies at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., and has an associate of arts degree from Cecil College. ​

Limberry is the owner/operator of Team Legacy Transport LLC and a nursing assistant/medication technician at Benedictine Open Community, both in Ridgely.

She previously served as program coordinator responsible for the State Health Insurance Program (SHIP), the Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) at Upper Shore Aging and the Information & Assistance Office of Talbot County.

She also was the owner/operator of Heavenly Hands Cleaning Essentials for many years.

Limberry holds certifications as an Information and Referral Specialist for Aging/Disabilities (CIRS-A/D) Maryland Access Point and is a Certified Options Counselor and Maryland certified nursing assistant.

She attended Regent University.

​Moran has spent 40 years in the banking industry including employment with community and regional banks in various lending, credit and business development positions.

Most recently, he has worked at Provident State Bank (now Summit Community Bank) as a senior vice president/market executive. He took this position after retiring in 2019 as the Chief Credit Officer of 1880 Bank.

During his career, Moran has held management positions at the Talbot Bank and PNC Bank/St. Michaels Bank.

He is a graduate of the University of Maine in Orono.

He currently volunteers with the Bay 100 Youth Task Force.

Previously he served on the boards of Habitat for Humanity-Choptank, Londonderry Retirement Community, Channel Marker and the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce.

Andy Hollis, executive director of Upper Shore Aging, said in the news release: “We are thrilled to have these new members join our Board of Directors. Each one has deep community roots in the counties we serve and will provide invaluable insights into how we deliver our services to the aging populations in Talbot, Caroline, and Kent counties.”

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