Mr. Miller is a recently retired Wall Street lawyer.
Ms. Miller is the Chief Architect, Built Heritage for Parks Canada.
Ms. Merrell is the North Country Regional Director for U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
West Martinsburg, NY
Ms. Dening is a professor of accounting at Jefferson Community College.
Ms. Barnard is a recently retired primary school teacher, having taught in Westchester and Lewis Counties.
Mr. Davey is a local businessman and real estate investor and active in the community on various other boards and civic organizations.
Ms. Gunn is a former employee of the State of New York, Executive and Judicial branches, currently a stay-at-home mother to two young children, and active in Capital Roots, a local community gardening organization.
Ms. Hall is a retired Executive Director of Mountain View Prevention Services and currently works at a local law firm. She has previously served as the director-curator of the Lewis County Historical Society and Constable Hall and as a long-time school board member for Lowville Academy and Central School.
Mr. Hayes is the curator of the Constable Hall Association, the village historian for Constableville, the town historian for the town of West Turin and a member of various other boards and organizations.
Ms. Hornig is retired from Lewis County Community Mental Health.
Ms. Kelley is the Clerk for the Town of Martinsburg and a member of various other boards.
Mr. Meekins is a long-time interior designer and real estate professional and active in the community with various other boards and organizations.
Mr. Mullin is the Office Manger of the Lewis County Historical Society and a local small business owner and entrepreneur.
Ms. Roberts is the recently retired Executive Director of Constable Hall, having previously served for many years for, and retiring as the Executive Director of, Lewis County Head Start.
Chase’s Lake, NY
Dr. Root is a recently retired Family Physician.
Mr. Steria is a long-time teacher and chair of the History Department of Lowville Academy and Central School.
Ms. Young is
Since the founding of the Lewis County Historical Society many people have generously given their time and energy to serve as trustees or directors of the Historical Society over the years. The list below is but one example of the depth and breadth of the support we have received from our North Country community.
We are proud to recognize all of the people who have acted as trustees or directors of the Historical Society over the years.