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Maureen Woodman is the wife of Doug Woodman, the President and Co-CEO of Woodman’s of Essex and third-generation management. Mrs. Woodman attended Suffolk University and is the director of catering sales for Woodman’s, Inc. Though she is involved in all aspects of running the Woodman’s brand and business, her specialty is on- and offsite catering for weddings, rehearsal dinners, and large corporate events. Her attention to detail is legendary, and she takes her responsibility to her customers very seriously. She and her team always seek to exceed expectations.
Maureen is also one of the top wedding planners in New England and co-owner of The Essex Room. With a background steeped in the 100-year history of Woodman’s of Essex, Maureen has a unique perspective on what makes a successfully catered event, and the steps that need to be taken to insure a fun, stress-free celebration. Maureen tends to every detail of hundreds of weddings and other events every year, so when you partner with her, you’re partnering with unparalleled knowledge and experience.