GREENSBORO FREE LIBRARY TRUSTEES, 2018-2019
Harold Gray Chair (2018), was a Peace Corps Volunteer teacher in West Africa. He then worked 43 years with the U.S. Agency for International Development. As a youngster, he attended 7th grade in Greensboro Grammar School and worked three summers on Greensboro farms. He is currently Clerk of the Church Council of the Greensboro United Church of Christ.
Carol Reynolds, (2019), has lived in Stannard since 1980, on a mountaintop farm where her family raises beef cattle and makes maple syrup. She has served as the auditor for the Town of Stannard for a number of years and has also been Director of the Lakeview Union School. She taught for two years in Alaska and currently teaches math and science to third and fourth grades at Barton Academy and Graded School.
Becky Perry Arnold, (2020), Third Alternate, (June 2015) was Director of Gift Planning for UVM and former trustee of the Brownell Library in Essex Junction. She has been a summer resident since 1958, now mostly year-round since 2014. She serves on the Greensboro Association Board of Trustees and Fund for Greensboro Committee.
Virginia Lapierre (2020) moved to Greensboro Bend with her family in 2002. She homeschools her five children and volunteers at the library each week. She is the Troop Coordinator for American Heritage Girls troop VT5842 which meets in Greensboro, and is a deacon at the Lamoille Valley Grace Brethren Church in Morrisville.
Lise Armstrong (2021) She has been a summer resident of Greensboro her entire life and full time since 2016. She worked for the State of Vermont at the Chittenden criminal court in Burlington and was in charge of finances for the criminal, family and civil divisions among other duties. She is also a trustee of the Greensboro Land Trust and the Greensboro Historical Society.
Stephanie Thomson (2021) moved to Greensboro with her husband and two dogs in 2009. She graduated from the University of Maine in 2009, and from Vermont Law School in 2016. She is currently a practicing attorney in Stowe and she teaches various composition and literature classes at the Community College of Vermont in Morrisville.
John Miller, First Alternate, is a resident of Stannard and a veteran civil servant with the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. He is a former Lakeview Union School Board Chair. He has served as Chair of the Pleasants Fund of the United Church of Christ and is a member of the Northern Rivers Land Trust.
Rosann Hickey Cook, Second Alternate, graduated from Trenton University with a BS in Speech, Theater & Communication. She arrived in Vermont in 1986, and almost immediately became a member of the GFL. She served as Stannard Town Clerk for seven years, and has taught theater arts at Greensboro & Hardwick Elementary Schools, Stowe Middle School, and the Community College of Vermont at Morrisville. She is active in the Greensboro United Church of Christ and a faithful Sunday volunteer at the GFL.