help wanted
Do you want to do more within EMARI to help out all of your fellow patrollers?  The EMARI region has the following positions open:
  • Assistant Regional Director
  • Communications Advisor
  • Young Adult Patroller Advisor 
  • Election Advisor
  • Instructor Development Advisor 
  • Alumni Advisor 
  • Treasurer Advisor 
 Anyone that is interested should send their name, contact information, and a brief statement of why they feel they would be good in that position to Ed McNamara.  Please see the Officers page for contact information.

Gerry T. Clark, 74, left us on October 11, 2019, at Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA, after a Brave and Courageous fight with cancer.

She was born in Boston, MA on March 29, 1945. The daughter of the late Frederick English and G. Francis (Meyers) DiNitto.

Gerry attended Saint Joseph Academy and Boston College. Gerry was employed by American Airlines at Logan Airport in Boston as an administrator of Tech-Ops. Prior to that, she worked for the Federal Aviation Administration as an Air Traffic Controller at Hanscom Air Force Base and Boston’s Logan Airport.

Gerry’s love of skiing and desire to help others led her to The National Ski Patrol for over 35 years. Volunteering was a major part of her life, for over 30 years she assisted with the New Hampshire Special Olympics as an organizer and the New Hampshire Highland Games as a photographer, and several other organizations.

She was married to the late William T. Clark of Peterborough, NH.

Gerry is survived by her sons, Shawn Higgins, Brett Higgins of NH and MA, and Dennis Higgins of Nashua, Grandchildren, Jonathan Clark of Keene, Shane and Taylor Higgins of NC, Dennis Jr., Dillion and Donovan Higgins of Hudson. And all the great memories with friends and family. Gerry was a loving mother and grandmother, a dedicated friend, and confidant to many and a selfless volunteer.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Devin Mercy Catholic Church in Peterborough, NH on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at 11 am.  Burial will follow in Pine Hill Cemetery in Peterborough, NH.

Published in The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript on Oct. 17, 2019

Article Credit: 0rest 0har

Gregor was a ski patroller for over 50 years and loved to share and pass along his knowledge to new patrollers. He shared this passion for skiing with his family. Gregor is survived by his wife Vickery, his children Jennifer and Christopher, his brother Erik Trinkaus and his sister Tanya Glass.

A celebration of Life for Gregor will be held on October 5th 2pm at the Stow Community Center in Stow.

​​To read his full obituary, click here
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