Trustees

 

The trustees are as follows:
Robert Bednarek Year-round Truro resident for more than 25 years. Secretary, Truro Conservation Commission. Architect.
Brian Boyle A year-round Truro resident and recent member of the TCT board.  Member of the Truro Agricultural Commission, editor of the Truro eNewsletter, and chair of the Truro Energy Committee.
Tom Bow A part-time resident of Truro since 1991 and a retired sales executive in the health care industry. He is currently a 10 year board member of the Truro non residents tax payers association (TNRTA). He also is a member of the Truro beach commission and the Truro Treasures race committee. He is currently a member of the newly formed Truro canine group. He was chair of the Truro Golf Commission and also a member of the Truro economic development committee and a past member of the Truro Lighthouse Board.
Guillermo Chang  A year-round Truro resident since 2012. Guillermo is also a board member of the Pamet Harbor Club and works in Information Technology.
Fred Gaechter Year-round Truro resident and President of the Trust. He also served as chair of the Truro Board of Selectmen and Board liaison to the Open Space Committee. Fred is member of the board for Outer Cape Health Services. Fred is a landscape and nature photographer and a singer in the Outer Cape Chorale.
Carol Green Trustee emeritus. Truro resident and after Bob Bednarek and Betsy Brown, the third longest active trustee fo the TCT. Carol is President emeritus of WHAT and serves on the Center for Coastal Studies and Castle Hill boards.
Valerie Falk
Tony Hodgin Retired history teacher, now year-round North Truro resident. He is on the Board of the Friends of Cape Cod National Seashore and the Truro Cultural Council. Tony also serves on the Truro Open Space Committee. Along with Fred Gaechter, Tony anchors the Outer Cape Chorale bass section and helps out at the Provincetown Soup Kitchen.
Amanda Reed A year-round Truro resident since 2005. Amanda is the Director of Learning Services & Training for Blackboard Inc. She serves on the Town of Truro’s Water Resources Oversight Committee and is a board member of the Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club. She is an avid nature photographer.
Meg Royka A full time Truro resident since 1998, Meg was previously director of the Truro Public Library and has served the town as a member of several town committees. She enjoys gardening and has a keen interest in the natural world and conservation.
Irma Ruckstuhl Irma has been a resident of Cape Cod since 1952, in Provincetown until early 1970’s and in North Truro for the past 30+ years. Served on boards and committees in both towns: Truro Historical Society (Treasurer) Truro Neighborhood Association (Board) Truro Historical Commission, volunteer at the Truro Library, Provincetown Board of Zoning Appeals, Pilgrim Monument and Museum (Treasurer and Board member) Provincetown Art Association (treasurer and board member). Author of Old Provincetown in Early Photographs originally published by Dover Press, re-issued this month under auspices of the Art Association.
Phil Smith A resident of Truro since 2005, Phil is a retired financial executive, was the Chair of the Truro Finance Committee, and has been active in the creation of affordable housing in Truro. He has also participated in other town committees and served as treasurer of several local non-profit organizations.
Susan Travers Susan is presently the Truro Council on Aging Director and has held the position since 2009.  Susan serves on the Truro Human Services committee and is the co-chairof the Cape wide organziation Cape Councils’ on Aging Serving Together for the past two years.  She is an avid runner, bike rider, hiker and dances in Zumba class as much as possible.
Bill Worthington A full-time resident of Truro since 2001, Bill joined the Board in early 2008. Bill is on the Truro Planning Board and the Water Resources Oversight Committee and works with the Friends of the COA. His parents, Bill and Margaret, were on the early Boards of the TCT.