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105 Ramsdell Lane
Barrington, NH 03825

Library Trustees & Alternates
The Governing Body of the Library 
The Trustees meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6PM at the library.
Meetings are always open to the public.

Any cancellations will be posted here.
Interested in Becoming A Trustee? Have a Question for the Board?
Contact Board President, Sam Boduch at 

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Sam Boduch – Trustee President
Term Ends 2018

Sam is a lifelong resident of Barrington, with significant family ties to the town and greater seacoast area. He attended 1st through 8th grades as a student in the Barrington School system; received his diploma from Dover High School; earned a Bachelor of Science in Management and Finance from Plymouth State University; and completed a Masters in Business Administration in Sustainability from Antioch University New England. He has worked as a systems administrator for a medium size manufacturer, a retirement specialist for a Fortune 500 investment firm, an education coordinator for a seacoast non-profit, and operations coordinator for an independent sustainability consulting firm.
Sam has been a lifelong user and supporter of the Barrington Public Library. He believes that all people should have equal access to the enriching resources that our community library provides, and that a well utilized library is one sign of closely knit community.
Lindsey Maziarz – Trustee Vice President
Term Ends - 2020

Lindsey and her husband Scott, both lifelong residents of southeastern New Hampshire, moved to Barrington in 2012. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Women’s Studies from Plymouth State University. Following college she served a year in AmeriCorps, then subsequently worked full-time at a local nonprofit for 5 years. Now, as a full-time stay at home parent to her two young children, she finds herself excited to give back to the library as it has played such an integral part in her family’s life. Lindsey enjoys reading, camping, skiing, snowshoeing and spending time with her family and friends.
Peter Royce – Trustee Treasurer
Term Ends 2018

Peter Royce was born in Laconia, educated at UNH, and has been a resident of Barrington since 1975. He has always been active in Town affairs. He served on the budget committee and for ten years on the board of selectmen.  He has been a member of the library trustees since 2007 and recently became town treasurer.  His primary interest is managing woodland for sustainable harvests and aesthetic beauty.  
Leigh Elliott – Trustee Secretary
Term Ends 2019

Leigh Elliott lives in Barrington with her husband Brian and daughter Kiera.  Leigh and her family moved to Barrington in 2009 after living in Dover for almost 10 years. She was a stay at home parent for the first six years of her daughter’s life. Currently, she works part time at a health benefits company in Exeter which enables her to be able to participate in her daughters after school activities such as Girl Scouts. Leigh has found the library to be an invaluable resource to her especially through the early years of her daughter’s life.
She loves the many resources that the library provides, especially the kids programs such as story time with Miss Wendy, and the Summer Reading Program.
Leigh loves to knit, read and spend time with her cats.
Ron St. Jean - Trustee
Term Ends 2018

Ron St. Jean has been a Barrington resident since 1976. Marie Harris convinced Ron to accept an appointment to complete another Trustee term in 2000. After becoming a trustee, Ron became committed to the library’s mission of providing free access to uncensored information. Ron is a professional portrait, event, and fine art photographer, with a studio in Dover. For recreation, Ron enjoys bicycling, walking, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, snowshoeing, art, and music.
Robert Drew - Trustee
Term Ends 2019

Robert's family moved back to Barrington when he was a baby and he attended all 8 years of elementary school in the now-closed old school/town office building.  A few months after graduating from Spaulding High, he enlisted in the US Army for three years. After a 2 year break he re-enlisted and retired after a 21 year career. While on active duty he completed an AS and BS degree in Business. After retirement from the Army he completed his Master's degree. He then started a second career as a self employed insurance broker.  After spending 14 years living in Utah where he stills owns a home, he returned to Barrington to help care for his parents and to be closer to his 4 children and now 5 grandchildren. He has always been an avid reader and collector of books and does not believe that technology will totally replace libraries or independent book stores. One of his hobbies is collecting and researching US and world paper money and the financial documents relating to the funding of the Civil War and World War II. 
Traci Bisson – Trustee
Term Ends - 2020

Traci Bisson has been proud to call Barrington her home for 20 years. She enjoys giving back to the community, which includes volunteering at the Food Pantry sorting food baskets at the holidays, and helping out at the Elementary and Middle Schools. Traci is a graduate of the 2017 Leadership NH program, a Hoffman-Haas Fellow and holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Grantmanship certificate from the University of NH. She is also a published writer and has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and public relations. The growth and health of the library is important to Traci hence the reason she agreed to Chair the Barrington Library Foundation. This team of dedicated volunteers fundraises to help the library establish a secure future in a new building that can accommodate the needs of a growing community. She believes access to books, research materials, news archives, computers, programs and knowledgeable librarians is critical to the success of students and adults looking to expand their horizons, engage with others and enrich their lives. Today’s libraries play an important role in the cultural evolution that is ever changing. 
Victoria Sellers – Alternate Trustee
Yearly Term Approved By Selectmen - 2018

Victoria Sellers has lived in Barrington since 2009 with her husband Jim and her two children, Garrett and Amanda. She has a Bachelor’s degree from UNH in environmental science, and recently completed an Associate’s of Science in Nursing at Great Bay Community College. Currently, she works as a Registered Nurse at a nursing home in Dover, New Hampshire, while working toward her BSN.
Since a very young age, libraries have played an important part in Victoria’s life. She believes that the town library is an essential part of the social, intellectual and educational foundation of Barrington. She looks forward to her weekly visits to the Barrington Public Library with her children.
In her spare time, Victoria enjoys travelling, hiking, quilting and spending time with her family.
Lydia Cupp – Alternate Trustee
Yearly Term Approved By Selectmen - 2018

Lydia Cupp has been a resident in Barrington NH for over 25 years. She is employed by the Oyster River Cooperative School District as a special education teacher. She has been actively involved in the library since moving to Barrington. Her first involvement was getting a library card and having her 3 children involved in the various programs at the library. She then became a member of the Friends of the Library and eventually became an officer. Lydia has held the office of recording secretary, vice president, and is currently president of the group. Lydia’s interests include gardening (she is also a Barrington Bloomer), travel, reading, church activities, and spending time with her family. She has a great affection for the Barrington library. 
Susan Frankel – Alternate Trustee
Yearly Term Approved By Selectmen - 2018

Susan has lived in Barrington since 1981. For nearly 25 years she worked as research consultant evaluating formal and informal educationally-related programs. Susan has an advanced degree in Sociology. Her interests include supporting the library as it continues to provide access to high quality information, foster community connections, and meet the needs of community members of all ages.