STOCKBRIDGE -- The Norman Rockwell Museum elected new officers and members to its board of trustees at its annual meeting.
Anne H. Morgan was elected to chairman of the board of trustees, replacing Thomas L. Pulling, who had held the position for four years. Pulling was elected chairman emeritus.
Robert T. Horvath was elected museum president, and John V. Frank was elected treasurer. The board also elected three new trustees: B. Stephen Boyd, Anthony Consigli and Frederick Keator. They each received three-year terms.
Also elected as officers on the board of trustees were Alice Carter, first vice president; Mary K. Grant, second vice president; and Peter Williams, clerk. William Hargreaves, Walter and Mary Jo Engels, and George and Valerie Kennedy were each re-elected to three-year terms on the board.
Long-serving trustees Mark Krentzman and Perri Petricca were elected trustees emeriti.
Morgan, of Atlanta, is former executive director of the Ovarian Cancer Institute, and previously served as director of development for Emory University and director of external affairs at the High Museum of Art, which co-organized Norman Rockwell Museum’s first traveling exhibition. A former resident of Stockbridge, Morgan posed for two of Rockwell’s paintings.
Horvath, who lives in Monterey and St. Michaels, Md., is an accomplished artist and member of the Air Force Artists, whose works have been exhibited at the Air and Space Museum and the USAF Museum in Ohio. He and his wife, Lynne, are former members of Norman Rockwell Museum’s National Council, which they joined in 2007. One of the nation’s major collectors of illustration art, Mr. Horvath currently serves as head of the Museum’s Art Acquisition Committee.
Frank was a founding member of Norman Rockwell Museum’s National Council. He is retired president and trustee and currently trustee emeritus of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation in Ohio. A longtime friend of the museum, he led challenge campaigns to assist with refurbishing Linwood House and to underwrite fundraising planning.
Boyd is president and CEO of Boyd Technologies in Lee. A graduate of Middlebury College, Boyd is a standing member of the board of directors for the International Nonwoven Distributors Association and serves on its strategic planning committee in Cary, NC.
Consigli is president and CEO of Consigli Construction Co. Inc., in Milton. The company is one of the largest construction management firms and is the pre-eminent museum builder in the Northeast.
Keator is the owner of the Keator Group, LLC, a privately owned wealth advisory firm in Lenox. A Berkshire County native, he is active in the Fresh Air Fund and Franciscan Volunteer Ministry. Keator and his wife, Renee, are former members of Norman Rockwell Museum’s National Council.