Board of Trustees

Kurt M. Swenson, Hopkinton
Chairman Emeritus, Swenson Granite Company LLC

Vice Chair
James L. Garvin, Pembroke
Historian and preservation consultant; retired New Hampshire State Architectural Historian

Michael R. Reopel, Hillsborough
Retired Principal, Deloitte Consulting

Kathleen A. Belko, New London
Former executive director, New Hampshire Antiquarian Society; community volunteer

Q. David Bowers, Wolfeboro
Founder, Stacks; numismatist, author

Helen H. Frink, South Acworth
Professor Emerita of Modern Languages, Keene State College

Howard Mansfield, Hancock

Margaret Marshall, Conway
Community volunteer

Rebecca Weeks Sherrill More, Ph.D., Lancaster, New Hampshire, and Providence, Rhode Island
Visiting scholar in history, Brown University; lecturer in history, Rhode Island School of Design

Paul C. Remus, Bedford
Retired attorney, Devine Millimet

David B. Ruedig, Concord
Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President-Wealth Management UBS

Edward E. Shumaker, Concord
Attorney, Bernstein Shur; former United States Ambassador

Marilyn Goodwin Soper, Newbury
Retired nonprofit executive, community volunteer

David H. Souter, Hopkinton
Retired United States Supreme Court Justice

Henry B. Stebbins, New Castle
Attorney, Stebbins, Lazos and Van Der Beken

David M. Sundman, Littleton
President, Littleton Coin Company

Joseph L. Taggart, Amherst
Executive Vice President, LandVest, Inc.

William W. Upton, Concord
Historian and consultant, specializing in New Hampshire decorative arts

William P. Veillette, Amherst
Executive Director, Northeast Document Conservation Center

Philip Zea, Norwich, Vermont
President, Historic Deerfield, Inc.