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UNH Alumni Association Elects New Board Members

By Maggie Paine
UNH Alumni Association


DURHAM, N.H.--New board members have been elected to the University of New Hampshire Alumni Association's board of directors. The board provides oversight of the alumni organization, which serves more than 90,000 alumni.

Julie Colligan, Mary Stuart Gile and Elizabeth Kilgore Hoadley were newly elected to three-year terms. Bernerd Delman and Fred Kfoury, Jr. were re-elected to second terms of office.

Colligan, of Rochester, is a school counselor in the Strafford and Barrington school districts. She received her bachelor's degree in communication in 1985 and a master in education degree in counseling in 1996 from UNH.

Gile, of Concord, is a state representative from District 16 and a consultant in early childhood education. She received a bachelor's degree from McGill University in 1957, a master's in elementary education from UNH in 1971, and a doctoral degree from Vanderbilt University in 1982.

Elizabeth Kilgore Hoadley, of Concord, is a state representative from District 24 and a retired educator. She received a bachelor's degree in economics in 1957, and a master's in elementary education from UNH in 1971.

Delman, of Sharon, Mass., is the founder and sales proprietor of The Lot Broker, a cemetery lot real-estate business. He received a bachelor's degree in political science in 1951 from UNH and a master's degree from Boston University in 1959.

Kfoury, of Manchester, is president and CEO of Central Paper Products in Manchester. He received a bachelor's degree in history from UNH in 1964 and a master's in business administration from Suffolk University in 1971.

October 29, 1999


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