Board of Directors
Barry Hathaway, Board Member
Robert Lively, President - Dean Emeritus, University of Maine at Farmington. Masters degree Yale University; Ph.D. University of Oxford. Trustee of the Pierce House, Farmington; Maine Chapter-Fulbright Association; Western Maine Storytelling Committee; formerly, Tri-Valley United Way. We chose to move to Wilton in 1977 because of the lake and Kineowatha Park. Both of our (now grown) children learned to swim there, and I especially enjoy kayaking. We have two granddaughters. Maintaining the pristine quality of the lake is my highest priority as president.
Wynn Muller, Vice-President and Treasurer - BA Pomona College; MFS American College. Retired from Phoenix Mutual Life in 1999 after thirty-two years in life insurance administration. President FOWL 2003-2015; Board of Directors Maine Lakes Society; Connecticut Science Fair since 1987; Chamber Music Plus 1990-2000; town of Cromwell, CT Wetland Commission since 1994. I enjoy fishing, swimming, reading, and listening to music. Sandy and I have two grown sons and three grandchildren. Sandy, a cardiac nurse, did heart transplants with Dr. DeBakey in Houston, and my parents were both classmates of Ronald Reagan at Eureka College in Illinois.
Justina "Justy" Nazar, Board Member - Retired librarian/teacher. BS in Elementary Education. Wilton Ecumenical Board; Sunday School teacher and church financial board member. Al Anon treasurer, Red Hat Queen; preschool volunteer; community outreach with Santa's Workshop. I enjoy gardening, reading, jigsaw puzzles, and I have two cats - Twiggy and Dominika.
Judy Landry, Board Member - Retired, enjoys wood carving , collecting shells, and making things with them. Also has a home in Port Charlotte FL and is a member of the Englewood FL Shell Club. She and her husband are travelers; they own a motor home and enjoy traveling and visiting with friends. She says: “Wilson Lake is such a beautiful place—just looking at it puts me in a good place.”
Sharon Rainey, Board Member - Retired owner of Dutchtreat food and ice cream restaurant. Education—Business Management. Chamber member; President Wilton Chamber; Wilton Conservation Group; Wilton Development Corporation; Congregational Church. Wilson Lake is very important to Wilton and to this old Wiltonite! I was two when we moved here. FOWL does a wonderful job caring for the lake and keeping it safe. I want it to remain clean, a place people can boat, kayak, swim, and enjoy the wildlife and the view.
Mary Ryan, Board Member - Former high school biology teacher; currently coordinator of Everyone's Resource Depot at UMF. B.A. in Biology (UNH); M.A. Science Education (The Ohio State University). Organist at First Congregational Church, Wilton. Member of Tyngtown Club of Wilton; Arts Institute of Western Maine; Foothills Land Conservancy; volunteer water quality monitor for Wilson Lake; former member of Wilton Library Board; Wilton Recycling Committee. I enjoy sailing, tennis, gardening, swimming, cross-country skiing. I serve on the FOWL board because our Lake is so important to Wilton, and maintaining the good water quality requires all our attention. My family has had a camp on the lake since the mid-1950's, and now we have three generations enjoying it every summer. Mary was a founding member of FOWL when it was established in 1989.
Holly Windle, Secretary - Actor and writer. B.A. Oberlin College; M.A. University of MN. Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company; acting troupe for The Barbara Schneider Foundation’s Crisis Intervention Training; former Director of Museum Education for The Schubert Club of St. Paul, MN; Minnesota chapter of The Wodehouse Society; assistant beekeeper. I have sung in all of the extant Gilbert & Sullivan operettas and I have more than 120 approved limericks for the Omnificent English Dictionary in Limerick Form. My great-grandfather, a HS principal and friend of the founders of Camp Kawanhee in Weld, played the part of Chief Kawanhee in the early days of the camp. I recognize that the beauty and health of our lake and its wildlife cannot be taken for granted. I am happy to be part of furthering FOWL’s mission of research, advocacy, and communication.
Martha Lively, Board Member - Retired Database Administrator with IBM, and former piano teacher. Studied Art History at Oberlin College, Indiana University (BA) and Brown University (graduate studies). Much later, entered the University of Maine at Farmington as a non-traditional student and earned a degree in Computer Science. We have enjoyed Wilson Lake since moving to Maine from England in 1977, and I am very interested in preserving the water quality of the lake.
Peter Campion, Board Member - Peter has lived in Wilton for 24 years. After graduating from the University of Wales he worked as an environmental scientist, first in his native Wales and later in southern Appalachia. Working in the coal country of Virginia, he became interested in rural healthcare and changed his field to medicine. He practiced as an anesthesiologist, at Franklin memorial hospital for 20 years. He loves music and the outdoors. He is married to Donna and they have a son, Chris.
Barry Hathaway, Board Member - Retired from Maine Department of Public Safety. Education- Business Administration University of Maine. Past member Maine Manufactured Housing Board. Past Associate Real Estate Broker. Owns a number of residential rental properties in Franklin County and the Mid-Coast area: Lincoln and Knox Counties. Enjoys the Lake house which has been in his family since May, 1945. The water quality of Wilson Lake is a priority. Barry and his wife, Barbara, returned to Wilton in 1993.
Lori Lewis, Board Member - BA (English) from Emmanuel College, Boston. MA (Teaching English) from University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. I retired from a 34 year teaching career, having taught English, American Sign Language, and Music, and lots of other subjects, from preschool through college, but most of my experience has been at the high school level. I am President of Western Maine Play Museum, Wilton and past volunteer for several community organizations. I am a serious amateur harpist and vocalist, and a passionate flower gardener (you can never have too many tulips). Wilson Lake is the reason Craig and I chose our home, with its view across the lake and towards the mountains. I am very glad to be part of the organization to protect and manage this beautiful resource. We have lived in Wilton since 1988, and our two adult children and four grandchildren look forward to visiting and enjoying the lake in all seasons.
Ken Sawyer, Board Member – Retired teacher Although raised in NH, I have close ties to the area. My grandmother was a local teacher and graduate of Wilton Academy and her uncle, Dr. York, was one of Wilton’s primary doctors in the early 1900’s. I graduated from UNH with a B.S. in Chemistry, worked as an oceanographer for four years with the U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, and then returned to school for graduate work in marine science (M.S. San Diego State) and teaching (M.Ed. UNH). For the past thirty years, I taught math and science courses at UMF for TRIO, a federal program for returning veterans and other non-traditional students. My personal interests are environmental issues and responsible care of natural resources. I am a past member of the Wilton Recycling and Parks and Recreation Committees, and current member of the Wilton Scholarship Foundation and Wilton Conservation Commission. Terry and I have lived in Wilton since the early 1980’s. I returned to settle in Maine because of Maine’s quality of life and relatively unspoiled natural environment, particularly noticeable after experiencing the congestion and air pollution of Washington, D.C. and southern California. I feel that the work FOWL is doing is tremendously important for Wilton’s lakes and natural areas and am pleased to be able to contribute as needed.