The Franklin County Historical Society would not be vibrant organization it is today without the work of trustees, staff members, and volunteers.
Board of Trustees
Trustees serve to establish direction and goals for the historical society. Many trustees also serve on committees, help with upkeep and maintenance, and help carry out events. Trustees are appointed to three-year terms and can be appointed for up to two terms. They represent a variety of fields and skills, but they all share an enthusiasm for Franklin County history.
Eric Duderstadt, President (2nd term, ends 2019)
Peter Burns, Vice President (2nd term, ends 2020)
Susan Rader, Secretary (1st term, ends 2019)
Greg Kendall, Treasurer (2nd term, ends 2018)
Audrey Lintner (2nd term, ends 2018)
Juanita Peckham (1st term, ends 2020)
Brent Randel (1st term, ends 2019)
Nathan Stanley (1st term, ends 2020)
FCHS Staff Members
FCHS staff members are the experts who keep the historical society running on a daily basis. They work to protect, preserve, catalog, and exhibit artifacts, present the history of the county to visitors, create unique events, and embrace new techniques and technology in order to make the collection accessible.
Diana Staresinic-Deane, Executive Director & Museum Manager
Franklin County Records & Research Center Staff
Old Depot Museum Staff
Austin Harshaw, Weekend Assistant Manager
Sarah St. John, Weekend Assistant Manager
Mike Webber, Weekday Assistant Manager
Dietrich Cabin & Educational Programming
Bequi Hicks, Education Coordinator