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GCSCC Elects New Board Members 2019-2020

Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. (GCSCC) elected three new members to its Board of Directors at its Annual Meeting.

Bill Geraghty resides in Hanover and has more than 35 years of human resource leadership experience, including Vice President of Human Resources at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Human Resource leadership roles at Dartmouth College and Princeton University. During the past ten years Bill has been an independent Human Resource Consultant. He has been active on ten non-profit Boards and has assisted several Upper Valley nonprofits with their searches for Executive Directors. Bill is currently a member of the Hanover Select Board.

Douglas Menzies held leadership positions in healthcare institutions in New York, retiring as President & CEO of Mercy Uihlein Health. During his time in Norwich, NY, he began to appreciate the challenges presented by rural healthcare. After moving to Littleton, NH, Doug embarked upon a second career as a classroom teacher for grades 5-8 Social Studies and English Language Arts at a school in Newark, Vermont. Doug has been active in the Littleton community through the First Congregational Church of Littleton, Littleton Rotary Club, Littleton Chamber of Commerce, the North Country Home Health & Hospice Agency, the Second Chance Humane Society, and is a New Hampshire Granite State Ambassador.

Natalie Murphy resides in Bridgewater and has more than 40 years of experience as an educator. She has taught in the English Departments of schools in Winthrop, MA; Bristol, NH; and Laconia, NH. She is a past nominee for New Hampshire Teacher of the Year and has served on several committees related to curriculum, accreditation, reorganization, and improvement plans at educational institutions in New England. Natalie was a caregiver for both of her parents, and has amassed a great deal of experience and knowledge regarding issues faced by the elderly and their caregivers.


GCSCC provides a wide range of community-based services for older adults including home delivered and senior center meals, accessible transportation, outreach and counseling, chore assistance, volunteer programs, health and wellness activities, and more. GCSCC is a private nonprofit organization that promotes, develops, and implements programs that support and enhance the health, well-being, dignity, and independence of older adults. It operates from locations throughout the county (Bristol, Canaan, Haverhill, Lebanon, Lincoln, Littleton, Orford, and Plymouth), and sponsors RSVP’s Volunteer Center and the Grafton County ServiceLink Resource Center.

Posted on: June 14, 2019
Topics: Board Announcements | Something New

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