Mike Grant, Head of Maintenance
In the summer of 2013, Mike joined Pasquaney. Here he uses his talents to preserve the historic integrity of the hillside. In his free time, Mike enjoys taking advantage of the New Hampshire wilderness by hiking, kayaking, snowshoeing, and skiing with Marilyn Deans.
Mike was raised in North Hampton, NH, and he went to the Winnacunnet High School in his hometown. Mike studied at the University of New Hampshire’s school of agriculture, earning a degree in Applied Plant Science.
Following graduation, Mike worked as the on-site caretaker at private estates in Nantucket and Manchester-by-the-Sea for a few years. He then moved back to New Hampshire, where he spent twenty-five years operating Mike Grant Carpentry, a home remodeling company based in Hopkinton, NH. While in Hopkinton, Mike served as a youth mentor for the Hopkinton Congregational Church, where he completed many service projects, including helping to rebuild Biloxi, Mississippi, following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Janice Lindbloom, Office Manager
Janice’s many personal skills and professional background anchor the administrative side of Camp. A graduate of Bridgewater State College, she has worked in broad range of industries from accounting to retail management.
After settling in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire in 1995, she joined VUTEk, Inc., the leading innovator and manufacturer of digital ink jet printers for commercial and specialty applications. As Assistant to the Vice-President of Global Customer Support and Quality, Janice was the main contact not only for worldwide managers and support staff, but also the exclusive contact for select clients until 2003.
After leaving VUTEk, Janice devoted her time and energy to family and volunteer pursuits. Whether volunteering at the Hall Memorial Library, coordinating their homebound program for the elderly, serving on Town Committees or donating her time and energy in the local school district, the four years at home passed quickly until she joined Pasquaney in the fall of 2007.
Jim Marshall, Accountant
A New Hampshire resident since 1972, Jim Marshall is no stranger to the world of camps and non-profits. Raised in North Carolina and Pennsylvania, he spent many of his summers on Squam Lake where his grandparents first met at Rockywold and where his family still owns property. Jim also spent two summers as a sailing counsellor at Camp Deerwood after attending camps as a boy in North Carolina.
Jim’s financial background includes work in real estate, retail and software. His company, HJ Marshall Associates, is designed “to be a leading resource to the non-profit community providing accounting, bookkeeping and donor management services “¦ enabling nonprofits to focus their financial and human resources on fulfilling their mission.” With a growing list of clients in the Concord area, Jim hopes to serve the nonprofit sector exclusively.
Jack Reigeluth, Assistant Director
Jack first attended Pasquaney in the summer of 1995, and he was the third generation in his family to come to camp. In his final two camper summers (1999 & 2000), Jack served as a C.O.I. and was elected Camp President. In 2002 he returned to the hillside as a canoeing counsellor, while attending Hamilton College (where Jack met Kate, his wife).
After college Jack worked as a dormitory master at The Winter Term in Switzerland and the Woodstock School in India. In 2011 Jack received his Masters in Education from Columbia Teachers College. For the next three years, he taught English and served as the head track and field coach at the Westminster School in Connecticut.
Since his first summer on the council, Jack has served many roles: head club counsellor, trip room organizer, director of the waterfront, Long and Short Walk leader, C.O.I. adviser, and head of canoeing.
In June of 2012, Jack married Kate. Throughout the year they split time between Hopkinton, NH, and Newfound Lake.