Kenneth J. Anderson is a Hollis resident and has lived in the Nashua area since 1997. He received his B.S. in Business Administration from Northeastern University in 1988. He has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry with Citibank NA, Morgan Stanley International and Fidelity Investments. He retired from that industry in 2009 and is currently self-employed as a small business entrepreneur and real estate developer.
David L. Brassard is a Hollis resident and has always lived in the Greater Nashua region. He received his B.A. in Business Administration (Mgt) in 1981 from the University of Notre Dame. He helped run the family business, Heat Inc. in Hudson, until 1999 when it was sold to a public firm. Mr. Brassard now owns and operates RE Marble & Granite, a stone countertop fabrication and sales business, and develops independent living communities through Wise Living, LLC. He is involved in several trade and professional organizations. He has served as Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua (BGCGN) for over 20 years, including a term as its Chairman, and also as Chairman of the 1997 Capital Campaign. He currently serves as a Trustee of the BGCGN Foundation and as Director of the Nashua Region of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. He is a past member of Nashua Rotary. His wife Sarah is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and licensed massage therapist. They have 2 children, Eric and Alexa.
Stephen J. Frasca has been a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire since 1973. He graduated in 1970 from Northeastern University with a B.A. in Business Administration. In 1973 he received his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School. Upon graduation he was admitted to practice law in the State of New Hampshire and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has practiced law in New Hampshire since 1973 and is a partner in the firm of Frasca & Frasca, P.A. since 1978, where he practices with his son Nicholas Frasca. He specializes in real estate conveyances and finance, business organizations, and family law. Mr. Frasca has served as a Director of the Boys Club of Nashua, and is a former member of Nashua Rotary West. He is a member of the Nashua Country Club where he served on the Board of Governors and as the Club’s Secretary. He is also a member of the New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Nashua and American Bar Associations. Mr. Frasca has been married to his wife Jane since 1970. They have three grown children and eight grandchildren.
Jean C. Gottesman, a life-long resident of Nashua, is a graduate of Walnut Hill School and the University of New Hampshire. Mrs. Gottesman taught in the Nashua Public School system from 1972-1976. While raising three sons she earned her MBA from Rivier College and remained involved in the Nashua community as a twelve-year board member of Community Council, serving as president of the board from 1987-1988. She also served as a member of the Development Committee for the Nashua Public School system, a board member of the Adult Learning Center and an active fundraiser for local non-profit organizations. In addition, she has worked for Saint Joseph Hospital as a physician recruiter. Since 1996, Mrs. Gottesman has been involved as a member of the Museum of Fine Arts Associates, as a docent, fundraiser, architectural tour guide of Boston, First Vice-chair of the MFA Associates and served as an overseer to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston from 2003-2005. She is in her third year as a commissioner for the Review and Comment Committee for the City of Nashua and is currently the chair of the Currier Museum Advisory Board and chair of the Nashua Regional Board of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. She lives in Nashua with her husband of 40 years, Attorney David Gottesman.
Eric G. Hoerner, is the Chief Executive Officer and a Partner of Greenleaf Financial Group, LLC, an investment management firm in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Greenleaf specializes in investing in community banks, including de novo banks, throughout the United States. Prior to forming Greenleaf in 2006, Mr. Hoerner was an investment banker for 22 years, specializing in providing merger/acquisition advice and financing services to banks and insurance companies. He is a director of Nantahala Bank & Trust Company in Franklin, NC (Chair of Audit Committee). Mr. Hoerner is a graduate of Bucknell University and is a CPA (inactive).
Frank Andrew James has lived in the Nashua area for over 40 years. Mr. James is a graduate of Nashua High School and the University of New Hampshire. He is a second generation owner of Shrink Packaging Systems Corporation, an industry leader in flexible packaging. He serves on the board of directors of Radio Frequency Company of Millis, MA and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua. Mr. James is an active member of the Parish of the Resurrection Catholic Church and Knights of Columbus. He and his wife, Mary Kay, live in Hollis with their two daughters.
John A. Koutsos is a lifelong Nashua resident and a 1978 graduate of Nashua High School. In 1981, Mr. Koutsos graduated from the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics. He is the third generation owner and operator of Alec’s Shoe Store, Inc., in downtown Nashua. Alec’s Shoes is recognized as a leader in its industry, having received Retailer of the Year Awards from both the New Hampshire Retail Merchants Association and the Boston Shoe Travelers Association. He currently serves on the City of Nashua’s Downtown Improvement Committee and is a past board member of Great American Downtown and the Salvation Army Advisory Board. Mr. Koutsos and his wife Diane are the parents of two young children.
Bradley R. Kreick is a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire. Mr. Kreick is an Executive Vice President at Apria Healthcare Inc., and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of BRK Ventures, LLC, an investment and management services firm that partners with private equity and other investment firms in assessing and investing in health care organizations. Prior to founding BRK Ventures in 2004, Mr. Kreick was an executive in the managed health care financing industry, most recently as a member of the executive management team that led the turnaround of Oxford Health Plans, Inc. During his tenure at Oxford, he served as a key advisor to the Company’s CEO regarding turnaround activities and was responsible for all merger, acquisition, and business development activities. Mr. Kreick is a 1986 graduate of Nashua High School, a 1991 graduate of Brown University and serves as a director of iHealth Technologies, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua and The Conway Arena. He is also active in numerous other community organizations.
Jack R. Law is a Nashua native, a graduate of Nashua High School, Tilton School and The American University in Washington, D.C. He resides in Hollis, New Hampshire. Mr. Law is the fourth generation owner and operator of Law Motor Freight and Law Warehouses, Inc. of Nashua, and in 1970, founded BSP Trans., Inc. in Londonderry, New Hampshire. Mr. Law has served as a national leader for several transportation associations. Locally, Mr. Law has served as director of many entities including The Hunt Community, Nashua Rotary Club, Nashua Division of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, Bronzecraft Corporation and the former Nashua Trust Company. Additionally, Mr. Law was the Chairman of the fundraising effort to build a Hospice House in Merrimack, New Hampshire. Mr. Law is married to his wife, Lori. They have three grown children and six grandchildren.
Lorin S. Rydstrom is a resident of Hollis, New Hampshire. He graduated in 1972 from the State University of New York College of Forestry, majoring in Wood Technology and Marketing. Upon graduation, he entered the wholesale lumber and distribution business, and has been with Seaboard International Forest Products, LLC, or affiliated companies since 1973. Mr. Rydstrom was the President of Seaboard International Forest Products since he founded this division in 1983 for the parent company until January 2010. In 2003, he was part of a group of senior executives that organized an amicable ESOP purchase of the company from its publicly owned parent. Mr. Rydstrom is also on the Board of the new ESOP entity, which is Forest City Trading Group, LLC, and is currently acting as a Senior Advisor to the organization. He has served on the Hollis Budget Committee, Co-op School District Budget Committee as a selectman in Hollis, and is currently on the Beaver Brook Association Board. He has been married to his wife Nanci for 40 years and they have two grown children.
Robert J. Rzasa, a New Hampshire native and resident of Manchester, NH, is a graduate of Trinity High School and the University of New Hampshire. A banking veteran of thirty years, he is now Chief Financial Officer of C & M Machine Products, Inc., a manufacturer of precision parts in Hudson, New Hampshire. While in the banking business, Mr. Rzasa served as Senior Vice President and Manager of the Commercial Lending Team for Citizens Bank, 1997 through 1999; Chief Operating Officer, Senior Lending Officer and Director of BayBank, FSB (formerly NFS Savings, Bank), 1988 through 1996; and, as Regional President of BankEast Nashua, 1984 through 1988. Mr. Rzasa has been active in various service and community organizations in Nashua; among these he is a past president of The Nashua Chamber of Commerce, past president and treasurer of Nashua Rotary Club, past treasurer and vice president of the Boys and Girls Club of Nashua, and past director of the Adult Learning Center, Easter Seals and the NH Bankers Association. Mr. Rzasa has been married to his wife Janet for over 40 years. They have three grown children.
John P. Stabile, II is a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire. Mr. Stabile is the founder and Chairman of the Board of the Stabile Companies, a real estate related holding company involved in commercial construction, residential construction, real estate management and holdings. He was the owner of the Nashua Pride minor league baseball team. He is a former director of First Federal Savings and Loan of Nashua and New Hampshire Savings Bank of Concord. He is a past trustee of Bridgeton Academy, Norwich University and Hesser College and presently a trustee of Rivier College. He is a former three-term senator in the New Hampshire Senate, as well as serving two terms as the Senate Majority Leader under then Governor John Sununu. He was a three-term chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party. He is an incorporator of Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center as well as Optima Health and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Mr. Stabile is a member of the board of REALTORS and serves on the National Board of Directors for the National Association of Home Builders.
G. Frank Teas is President, Chief Executive Officer and a founder of The Nashua Bank. He is a native of Nashua, New Hampshire and has been employed in the banking industry since 1985. Prior to forming the Bank, Mr. Teas established The BTBE Corporation which was the organizing entity for The Nashua Bank. Previous to such efforts, Mr. Teas served as a member of the senior management team (Vice President and Regional Manager) for Community Bank & Trust’s full service office in Nashua where he was responsible for the daily management of a staff of 13 and origination and management of a $60 million loan portfolio. Prior to joining Community Bank, Mr. Teas was employed by Southern New Hampshire Bank where he helped establish market share in the Bedford and Nashua marketplace. Mr. Teas began work fulltime in the banking industry in 1991 and was a member of the credit training program of First NH Bank (formerly Nashua Trust). A graduate of Bishop Guertin High School, Mr. Teas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Mr. Teas is active in community affairs, including serving as trustee of The Huntington of Nashua, member of the Nashua Arts Commission, board member of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce and past president of the Nashua Rotary Club. Previously, he has been affiliated with the Bishop Guertin High School Board of Trustees, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Nashua, Boys and Girls Club, and the Leadership Greater Nashua program. Mr. Teas was recognized as the 2007 Business Person of the Year by the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce and by both Business New Hampshire Magazine and the Union Leader as one of New Hampshire’s top future business leaders. In 2010, Mr. Teas received the New Hampshire Business Review’s Business Excellence Award in Financial Services.