David Westover ’72 named University System of New Hampshire Trustee
Keene State College is pleased to announce that David Westover ’72 has been chosen to represent the College as a member of the USNH Board of Trustees. David’s term began in July 2019, and he will serve through June 2023.
The University System of New Hampshire is governed by a 29-member Board of Trustees, serving as advocates for public higher education and for the University System, helping to raise the profile of each institution and the System as a whole.
David Westover is a graduate of Keene State College, class of 1972, and past president of Clark-Mortenson Insurance Agency. He is a founding partner of Walpole Creamery, owner for many years of Great Brook Farm Sugar House Maple Syrup, and adjunct professor at Keene State College. Westover served on boards for the Monadnock United Way, Keene Day Care Center, and Fall Mountain Regional School District. He also served on the Keene State College Alumni Board from 2009 to 2015, and as president of the Board in 2014. He received the Sprague W. Drenan Award from the Alumni Association in 2017 recognizing his support of alumni and College activities.
Another representative from the Monadnock region and mayor-elect of Keene, George Hansel of Filtrine Manufacturing Company was also appointed to the Board of Trustees by Governor Chris Sununu. You can read more about their appointments here.