Maureen Pollard is a founding Board member of the Methuen Festival of Trees. She co-chaired the Festival from 1999 to 2002 and was elected its first president when the Festival became an independent 501(c)(3) organization in 2003. She currently serves as the vice president for trees. Maureen and Mike Pollard were honored as “Special Friends of the Festival” in 2013.
In addition to the Festival, Maureen has been a board member of the Methuen Historical Society since 1996 and currently serves as the Society’s recording secretary. Maureen and Mike are owners of the Waldo House, built in 1825 and at one time owned by Edward F. Searles. Surrounded by magnificent stone walls, characteristic of all of Searles’ properties, Maureen feels privileged to be the steward of this historic landmark.
Maureen has worked in the banking industry since 1980 and recently retired from Northmark Bank where she served as Manager of their Andover office.
You can contact Maureen at Trees@methuenfestivaloftrees.com