Berkshire Museum names new trustees

Posted
Sunday September 30, 2012

PITTSFIELD -- The Berk shire Museum elected six new trustees, a number of corporators and a slate of officers for 2013 at its annual meeting last week.

The new trustees are Steve Bayne, Nancy Edman Feld man, Wendy Gordon, Eric Korenman, Suzanne Nash, and Jonathan Price.

Bayne is the general manager of finance and executive planning for Sabic Innovative Plastics, who has worked in various leadership positions for both GE Plastics and Sabic since 1991.

Feldman is the proprietor of Nancy Edman Interiors, a design firm, who co-chaired the museum’s successful 2011 wine auction.

Gordon is a longtime mu se um supporter, who co-chaired the wine auction with Feld man.

Korenman is a photographer as well as a radiologist at Berkshire Medical Center.

Nash is a business owner, collector of contemporary art, and a longtime museum supporter.

Price is a sculptor who has had distinguished careers in medicine, film production, and optical engineering.

Current trustees Charles Kittredge, Donna Krenicki, Lydia S. Rosner and Stacy Gillis Weber were re-elected to three-year terms, while Mary Huth was re-elected to a one-year term.

The board’s other trustees are Ursula Ehret-Dichter, Howard "Jake" Eberwein III, Elizabeth "Buzz" McGraw, and Jeffrey Noble.

Jay Anderson, Helen Feb bo and Clare Stonesifer have retired.

Elected on Monday as mu seum officers for 2013 were William M. Hines Jr., chairman and president; Carol Riordan, vice president; Lydia S. Rosner, secretary; Donna Krenicki, vice president; and Michael Addy, treasurer.

Augusta Liebowitz was elected chair of corporators.

Hines, Riordan, and Rosner were re-elected and will be serving in their respective offices for the second year.

Added to the museum’s roster of corporators were Jay Bikofsky, Douglas Crane, Reba Evenchik, David Glodt and Gwendolyn Hampton Van Sant.

Also: Michael Hoffman, Bar bara Krauthamer, James Ne jaime, Bill Wright and Michael Wynn.


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