Eric L. Brennan ’68, ’73G
Eric Brennan is retired after a forty-five year career in health care products and service enterprises. A native “Mainer,” born in Bangor and raised on a small farm in Orrington, he earned both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in biochemistry from the University of Maine, as well as a Master in Public Administration degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Eric is a co-founder and former board president of IC-Haiti, a non-profit enterprise established to provide aid and assistance to the poor in remote, rural Haiti. While at Harvard, Eric was a volunteer consultant to several Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest under the auspices of the Harvard University Native American Program. He served on the University of Maine’s President’s Advisory Board during the administration of President Frederick Hutchinson. Eric is a member of Alpha Zeta and Sigma Xi, and he and his wife Betty are Stillwater Society members having founded the Frederick Radke Undergraduate Research Endowment at the University of Maine. The Brennans have three children and five grandchildren. They divide their time between a home in Stamford, Connecticut and the farm in Orrington where Eric grew up.