Officers and Board

The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire is guided by a Board of Directors charged with guiding the Foundation and establishing a development plan for future funding.

Hailing from all corners of the state, and from all walks of life, members of the Board of Directors are dedicated to the Mission and Goal of the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire.  As volunteers, they give freely of their time and talents with no remuneration, so that the Foundation can support New Hampshire Fish and Game and help pass along our treasured New Hampshire heritage.

Board of Directors

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From top: Board members visit the Berlin Fish Hatchery to view the progress of the 2013 grant. Bottom photo: Board Chair Steve White and Jack O’Reilly, Chairman of Great Bay Stewards, cut ribbon at the dedication of the Great Bay Pavilion in June 2014.

Deborah L. Coffin, Chair
Joseph A. Bellavance IV, Treasurer
Philip J. Donovan, Jr., Secretary
Raymond Deragon
Jeffrey S. Kipperman
Melinda Laro
John R. Monson
Wesley R. Reed
John B. Wimsatt

Ex-Officio Members

Christopher Hodgdon
New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission

Glenn Normandeau, Executive Director

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

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Foundation Liaison

New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission

Ambassadors
Angus T. Boezeman
Jarrett Dodge
Charles R. Miner Jr.
Kathleen C. Paine
Kenneth P. Wilson

Volunteers
Pat Deregon – Forever Locked
Gunnar Laro – Forever Locked
Ethan Yazinski – Forever Locked
Brooke Yazinski – Forever Locked
Coral Hampe –  Cash 4 K9s Event – chair

Staff
L. Mario Capozzoli, Director of Development & Marketing
Mary Ann Donovan, Assistant Managing Director

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The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH board members, ambassadors and staff at the 2019 Gate City Brewfest with the Forever Locked display