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West Bridgewater Board of Selectmen

 Anthony J. Kinahan, Chairman, Meredith L. Anderson, Vice-Chairman, Denise R. Reyes, Clerk



Denise
Denise R. Reyes

Denise Reyes has lived in West Bridgewater since 1995 and was elected in 2018.  She had previously served on the Town's Finance Committee for several years.  Denise has worked in the private sector since 1981 for Acushnet Company primarily in Credit Management and is a Senior Credit Manager.  She received her Bachelor's of Science in Accounting from Stonehill College and certification as Certified Credit Executive from the National Association of Credit Management.  Denise's focus is on fiscal responsibility, best practices to minimize residential taxes, promoting responsible commercial growth and government transparency.



Anthony
                Anthony J. Kinahan                

     Anthony Kinahan, a lifelong resident of the Town, was elected in 2016 after serving on the Town's Finance Committee for three years. Anthony has served in the public sector in a variety of other roles as well, including as a summer police officer, a mediator in the Brockton Court system,  a Finance Administrator, and Budget Analyst. Anthony received a Bachelor's of Science in Finance from Bryant University and is a current candidate for an MBA from Northeastern University. His priorities include sound fiscal management, accountability in government, and economic growth.



IMG_0038 (1)Meredith L. Anderson

     Meredith Anderson, a lifelong resident of the Town, was elected in 2020 after serving on the Town’s Finance Committee as Chairman for 6 years and a member for over 10 years.  Meri is a CPA and Partner of a public accounting firm in Easton, Coval Anderson Coval LLC.  After attending West Bridgewater public schools, Meri received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northeastern University and a Master of Science in Taxation from Suffolk University.  Meri is married to Shawn and they have three children: Melanie, Craig, and Cody.  Meri's priorities include improving and increasing sidewalks in Town, strategizing fiscal budgets to promote efficiency, and responsible government that is mindful of all residents and taxpayers.