Board Elections - November 2, 2023
Official ballots will be mailed to all voting eligible active and retired members along with postage-paid return envelope.
All completed ballots must be returned and postmarked by November 22, 2023 to be counted.
Meet the candidates:
Brandi J. Page
Brandi J. Page is currently the Otis Town Administrator. She has over 15 years of municipal service and was fortunate to have worked in multiple departments in both Stockbridge and Lee. Brandi finds working in the public sector rewarding and is proud to now serve the community where she grew up. Brandi is also a certified Assessor and Public Purchasing Official.
Brandi lives in Stockbridge with her family. She is a member of the Lee Lions Club and supporter of youth sports as well as St. Jude and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Brandi enjoys all things close to nature and can usually be found in her garden or at one of our many state parks.
Her hope is to continue the work of previous dedicated members of the Berkshire County Retirement System to fairly represent the members and protect their rights. She promises to always act in the best interest of the fund and support the work of the entire team.
Tim Sorrell is 57 years old and resides in Lanesborough, with his wife of 30 years, Donna. They have two sons, Nicholas who is a Police Officer for the Town of Adams, and Matthew who is a junior at UMass Amherst.
Tim Sorrell started his municipal career in Lenox, working for the Lenox Highway Department, after his Honorable Discharge from the United States Marine Corps. Tim Sorrell then went on to serve 33 ½ years with the Town of Lanesborough Police Department, working his way up through the ranks, before retiring in June of 2021, after serving the last 6 years of his career as the Chief of Police for the Town of Lanesborough Police Department. Tim Sorrell currently serves as a Select Board Member for the Town of Lanesborough after winning the election in June of 2022.
Tim Sorrell is running for a seat on the Berkshire County Retirement Board so he can represent and better serve the active and retired members of the Berkshire County Retirement Board and its system. Tim Sorrell wants to be a voice and representative of the active and retired members of the Berkshire County Retirement System and strongly believes that the members, active and retired have earned and deserve the best the retirement system can provide for them.