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NOLT names directors of merged organizations

Former Friends of the Fields board members Jim Aldrich, Liam Antrim, Bob Caldwell, Layton Carr, Neil Conklin, Dorothea Hover-Kramer and Suzie Schunemann have joined North Olympic Land Trust's board.

The two groups recently merged. Re-elected to the board were Patty McManus-Huber, of Sequim, and Gail Tate, of Port Angeles.

Aldrich has a Ph.D. in geology, worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory, was a university teacher, served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 32 years and volunteered with churches and Habitat for Humanity.

Antrim works for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

Caldwell helped found Friends of the Fields. He holds degrees in agriculture, agricultural economics and public administration, and worked as an agricultural economist and resource conservationist.

Carr retired from technical and business management in aerospace manufacturing.

Conklin owns Bella Italia restaurant in Port Angeles and is founding director of Olympic Peninsula Community Celebrations.

Hover-Kramer is a psychologist and clinical nurse specialist. She is co-founder of the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology.

Schunemann is a real estate agent with John L. Scott, Sequim.

McManus-Huber and her husband, Nash Huber, own Nash's Organic Produce, in Sequim. Many of the 400 acres they farm are protected permanently. She has been a leader in Clallam Citizens for Food Security.

Tate was president of the Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts and of Northwest Rehabilitation Alliance. She established Angeles Therapy Services, now part of Therapeutic Associates.



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