The CEO of Buyer’s Choice Inc, William Deyesso is an experienced insurance professional with a background in real estate development. Outside of his professional life, William Deyesso is a supporter of Camp Tinamous, an overnight summer camp which focuses on helping boys between the ages of eight and 15 grow into independent men through participation in social activities with their peers.
During the weeks that a young man spends at Camp Tinamous, he is able to engage in activities which take place across 175 acres of property in southern Maine. Sports-minded individuals may enjoy playing on the camp’s basketball, baseball, or soccer teams, while others may prefer taking lessons in archery or riflery. Artistic young men may be interested in bringing their instruments with them to camp and forming bands, or completing handmade projects such as clocks, chessboards, or furniture in the camp’s arts and crafts class.
Apart from the available activities on land, boys may participate in waterfront activities on the 1450-acre Panther Pond. Daily pursuits on the water include sailing, canoeing, waterskiing, fishing, and swimming. In addition, campers are also able to experience offsite camping trips, concerts, and local field trips.
As chief executive officer (CEO) of Buyer’s Choice, Inc. located in Hanover, Massachusetts, William Deyesso oversees the insurance company’s daily operations. Active within his community, William Deyesso supports several local organizations, among them South Shore Hospital.
Located in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, South Shore Hospital provides outpatient, home health, and hospice care to about 725,000 residents living in southeastern Massachusetts. A subsidiary of South Shore Health and Educational Corporation (SSH&EC), the hospital is a nonprofit, charitable organization operated by a volunteer board of directors. Founded in 1922, the hospital offers a level three neonatal intensive care unit, a pediatric emergency care center, and outpatient pediatric clinics.
In October 2015, the SSH&EC named Gene E. Green, MD, MBA, president and CEO of the healthcare system. He joined the organization on November 3, 2015, and replaced Richard H. Aubut, RN, who was the organization’s president and CEO since 2005, and retired with 27 years of service to the healthcare system. Since 2013, Dr. Green worked as president of Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland. He also spent time as vice president of medical affairs and chief medical officer for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians.
William Deyesso, who leads Buyer's Choice, a full-service insurance administration firm, is a concerned citizen who donates to several worthy causes. For instance, William Deyesso supports Project Place, an agency that enables Boston homeless to find jobs and housing.
Project Place began as a home for runaway youth. In the 1970s, its direction changed to serve adults by providing legal services, counseling and life skills. The agency now focuses on occupational skills and workplace education, taught in month-long training modules. The first month consists of Work Ready, a class that meets 20 hours a week. Activities include assessing students' job experiences and preferences, consulting one-on-one with caseworkers, and learning the essentials of customer service. Caseworkers partner with students for the next two years as they find work, accumulate experience, and deal with personal issues.
As students progress through later modules, they are linked with various training methods. They can continue to focus on literacy, obtain certification in hardware and software, or participate in internships. At the same time, caseworkers help students find affordable housing. Project Place has 14 studio apartments for both genders. The local YWCA provides shelter for women making the transition from being homeless to being employed. The women can stay for up to six months and use the time to develop money management skills.
William Deyesso - Successful Boston Real Estate Developer and Insurance Executive