Pat Farley

Chairperson

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A resident of Tamworth for 25 years, Pat is kept busy as Chair of the Tamworth Economic Development Commission, a board member of Tamworth Visitors Council, a member of the Planning Board, a trustee of the Robert Frost Charter School, on the executive boards of both Lakes Region Planning Commission and Mount Washington Valley Economic Council, and numerous sub committees of these organizations. She is a graduate of Brown University with a degree in Anthropology/archaeology and has participated in digs in Petra, Jordan, Jefferson, NH, Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth, NH and several others in and around Tamworth.

Kelly Goodson

vice chair

Kimball Packard

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Kimball and his wife Neysa own The Farmstand in Chocorua, a B & B, seasonal farm stand and concert/special events venue.  Kimball is also on the board of Arts Tamworth and the Chocorua Community Association.  In his previous life, he was an artist manager for musicians, many from New Orleans.  In the early 80's, he and Neysa owned the Eagle Mountain House in Jackson NH.

Mary Phelps

Erica Boynton

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Erica divides her professional time between Program Director duties at Chocorua Community
Church and creating gluten free specialties in her homestead bakery, EB’s Kitchen. When not
working, she is busy volunteering in the community, cooking for friends and family and tending
her perennial garden. She lives on the Swift River in Tamworth with her husband and teenage
son.

Patricia (Trish) Chaput

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Originally from Massachusetts, Trish moved to Chocorua in May 2017 after 6 years living abroad in London, UK.  Trish is passionate about helping people find simple ways to improve their lives.  Professionally, she splits her time between her built environment consultancy and SimplyBetter Coaching, which she co-founded with her husband, Jim.  Feel free to stop and say hello if you see Trish out walking (or being walked by) her Siberian Husky, Roli.

Susan Ticehurst

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Susan has a strong interest in family friendly economics, having worked as an early childhood educator and human services program director.  As facilitator for a micro-loan program for disadvantaged entrepreneurs, she provided access to working capital, business skills development and professional connections.  During her two terms as a NH State Representative, Susan linked local citizens with state and non-governmental resources to promote business success.  She hosts a civics program, teaching skills for advocating with confidence.

Lloyd Hadden

alternate commissioner

Barbara Bloomberg

alternate commissioner

Dan Poirier

selectmen's representative