Peerless Rockville Board of Director Nominations

Peerless-Logo-new-smallThe Nominating Committee, chaired by boardmember Nancee Simonson, recommends the following new officers for service on the Board of Directors. Additional written nominations may be filed any time through June 9. The election will be held at the 2017 Peerless Rockville Annual Meeting on June 8 at 6:30 pm at Glenview Mansion.

For election to a new one-year term as Officer, July 2017-June 2018:

Vice President: Harry Pskowski, a Rockville Attorney and Peerless member for nearly 30 years; Peerless Treasurer 2012 – 2016.

For election to a new two-year term as Officer, July 2017-June 2019:

Secretary: Hannelore B. Quigley, a Marketing Director for Computer Intelligence Association in Potomac and a member of the board since 2015.

For reelection as Director, term to expire June 30, 2019:

Patricia Wolff, a lobbyist working for the American Farm Bureau Federation with an interest in advocacy and affection for Rockville; Board member since 2011, VP 2013-14, Pres 2014 – 2017.

Morgan Sullivan, a historic homeowner and preservation enthusiast; Boardmember since 2015.

Dave Hill, former Planning Commissioner and longtime Rockville resident; Boardmember 2004-2006, returned July 2016.

Remaining on the Board for the term ending in June 30, 2018:

Treasurer: Erin Mahony, a historic home owner in the West End, an estate planning and probate attorney who works in Rockville and has been on the board since 2011. Current treasurer.

Returning Directors: Paul Hillstrom, Patrice Lucid, Paul Newman

New Director to fill two vacancies on the Board, terms to expire June 30, 2019:

John Becker, a resident of Americana Centre since 2002, who understands that historic preservation is not only the physical preservation of buildings, objects, and documents, but also a important for conveying the history of Rockville’s past. John is an Independent energy contractor, Director at Americana Center Condominium Association, and member of the Rockville Environmental Commission.

Suzan Pitman, whose deep affection for history and geography education developed over her career as a public school teacher in Texas. Suzan has brought a wealth of community leadership experience with her from Texas, including work with the League of Women Voters and Community Development Advisory Committees. She currently serves her community as the president of the East Rockville Civic Association, and is employed by the American College of Dentists, a non-profit organization for dentists with a focus on ethics and leadership.

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