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New Faces Join Leadership at the Community House

Four men have recently joined the board of the Community House of Hamilton and Wenham.

The Community House of Hamilton and Wenham recently welcomed four new member to its Board of Directors.

The new members joined the 20 member board in November, according to the Community House's marketing director, Carolyn Blaney.

Each of the newly appointed members have made a commitment to promote and support The Community House during his 3-year term and each expressed their eagerness to give back to both communities.

The Community House Board meets 10 months out of the year and each member participates in one or more committees such as; executive, fundraising, building and grounds, finance, music, program and theater.

The new members are:

Dennis Cusick, a longtime resident of Hamilton. He and his wife, Loretta, have raised their two children, Brain and Allison in town. Professionally, Dennis provides financial consulting services to private businesses which are in the early stages of development or experiencing major changes.

John Gallant has been a resident of Wenham for eight 8 years. He and his wife, Shari has found the town a great place to raise their sons, Carey, Matthew and Drew. John is active in the Hamilton-Wenham Little League and youth basketball.

Jonathan ‘Bo’ Lamb and Colin Smith are both relatively new to Hamilton.

Lamb said that his involvement on the board is a great way to meet new friends. He is an attorney with Cummings Properties and along with his wife, Emily have a one year old daughter, Avery.

Smith is an accountant with Ernst and Young and chose to become involved with the Community House after enjoying many of the events there. He and his wife, Sarah have two young sons, Owen and Carter.

Carol A Mazzetta December 23, 2012 at 11:49 AM
I've known Dennis and his wife Loretta for a very long time, and having Dennis on the board will be a great asset for the Community House. Welcome aboard Dennis!!
Connie Gourdeau December 29, 2012 at 05:54 PM
Thrilled to read of such wonderful souls joining the board of the Comm. House. How fortunate these towns are to have this facility so well managed.

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