This year the Nominating Committee, chaired by outgoing board member Patricia Neame, recommends the following officers for service on the Board of Directors. Additional written nominations may be filed through June 4. The election will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 4, at the Peerless Rockville Annual Meeting at Wire Hardware, 22 Baltimore Road, Rockville.
For election to a new one-year term as Officer, July 2015-June 2016:
For Vice President: Patrice Lucid, retired electronic publishing account executive and Peerless member since 1994, Patrice has a love of history and historic preservation, Board member since 2010.
Remaining on the Board for terms ending 2016: President, Patricia Wolff; Treasurer, Harold Pskowski; Secretary, Nancee Simonson; Directors, Geraldine Kochan, and Erin Mahony
For reelection as Director, term to expire June 30, 2016: Paul Hillstrom, Associate Broker, Certified Residential Specialist, and 2nd generation Realtor with Hillstrom Real Estate, an independent brokerage firm in Rockville since 1978; member Rockville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
New Directors to fill three vacancies on the Board of Directors, terms to expire June 30, 2017:
Alison Dineen, a King Farm resident has lived in Montgomery County since 1986, she is a museums and cultural resources professional with over twenty years of experience as an administrator, fundraiser, researcher and writer. She holds Masters Degrees in Communication Arts and Museum Studies and currently works for the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine. Alison is particularly interested in collaborative initiatives among cultural organizations.
Hannelore B. Quigley, a 6th generation Rockville native. Her family has lived and owned real estate in Rockville since 1805, among which properties include the Lyddane farm (now the Woodmont Country Club), and the Bessie Lyddane House on S. Adams Street. She has worked extensively as an Event Director, directing international events for the World Bank, the Rebuilding Iraq Project, and the U.S. Department of Energy, and currently works as Marketing Director for Computer Intelligence Association, a software company in Potomac.
Morgan Sullivan, a historic homeowner and preservation enthusiast, Morgan has an extensive background in commercial construction management and currently is a senior member of the Jones Lang LaSalle’s brokerage division specializing in acquisition, disposition and expansion related services. He holds Masters Degrees in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development; member Rockville Economic Development, Inc. Board of Directors, Montgomery College Foundation Board of Directors.
Retiring from the Board: Patricia Neame, Board member since 2006, she lives in a historic home in West End and is a Montgomery County Master Gardener. Jennie Forehand, former Maryland State Senator and Board member, is leaving the area and moving south.