Our Board of Trustees
Greensboro Nursing Home is a non-profit organization with a diverse Board of Trustees culled from the local community. Our Board is very active and works closely with the Administrator, Bill White.
Bridget Collier, the GNH Board President, has filled a number of roles in her life, from flipping burgers to town clerk and treasurer of Greensboro. She graduated from Middlebury College and has since written two newspaper columns (The Cranky Yankee for the Times-Argus and Collier and Cauliflower for the Hardwick Gazette). She has had seven westerns, one regency romance and one compilations of her columns published. She has been a photographic curator and received a Vermont Planners Association Award. After retiring as town clerk, she has become a member of the GNH Board of Trustees.
Norma Wiesen, retired Hazen Union teacher of 30 years, lives in Hardwick. Her mother, Dorothy, lived at GNH for three years. She and her husband Ron (“pretend” naturalists) enjoy canoeing, birding andexploring the deserts of the Southwest.She works with the Hardwick Trails Committee.
Melissa Greene was born and raised in Morrisville but has spent the last 29 years living in Wolcott with her husband David. She has worked at Union Bank for 16 years and is currently a Vice President, who manages a branch office along with being a mortgage loan officer. Melissa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Johnson State College and along with working at the bank teaches night classes in the business field. She joined the Greensboro Nursing Home board in 2010.
Christine Pierpont is an attorney specializing in corporate and real property law with an office in St. Johnsbury. Her first job ever was in a long term care facility, where she was impressed by the sense of community, purpose and care that built lasting relationships among the staff and residents. Christine and her husband Jeffery permanently moved to Walden in 2009 after spending many summers in the Greensboro area. She enjoys cooking, traveling, reading and exploring the Northeast Kingdom by-ways.
A native New Englander, Ted Donlon moved to Greensboro 15 years ago & has been involved with numerous local organizations since he arrived. He works as a designer/ fabricator /musician & has two children.
Max is a retired CPA, originally from Connecticut. He now makes his home in Craftsbury.
Judy moved to Vermont from Massachusetts in 2001 with her husband, Roger, to operate a Bed and Breakfast in Hardwick. In 2004, Judy was called to be the Pastor of the United Church of Hardwick where she served until 2011. After Judy’s retirement, she and Roger moved to Greensboro where they had built a home in 2008. Judy is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts (Management of Human Services 1984) and Andover Newton Theological School (Masters of Divinity 1997). Judy and Roger enjoy their grandchildren and gardening; Judy enjoys Liturgical Dance and listening to her husband sing and play guitar.
Gina (Virginia) Jenkins, a long-time summer resident, moved to Greensboro year-round in 2013. Her mother, Jane White, spent her final years at the Nursing Home in the 1990s, and her aunt Clara Day spent three summers at the Nursing Home more recently. Gina has a doctorate in American Studies from The George Washington University, and is an author, teacher, and museum consultant. She and her husband, Tom Anastasio, enjoy playing Renaissance and Baroque music and taking walks with their dog Hazel.
Frank has been employed at the Greensboro Nursing Home for the past Fifteen years. Currently he is also serving as the employee representative to the Board of Trustees. As an employee and Board member, he is proud of the efforts we all make to give the best possible care and consideration to our residents. Bill White, administrator, along with our community based Board of Trustees have contributed much in creating a working environment in which we can all succeed in the primary goal of giving the best we can for all our residents.