George has been a practicing architect for over forty years, focusing on residential projects in the Upper Valley of both New Hampshire and his native Vermont. George earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in architecture from Yale University. For nearly thirty years, he has been involved in all aspects of campus planning and design at Dartmouth College, retiring as College Architect Emeritus. George lives in Hanover, New Hampshire, with his wife, Mary Lou. Together, George and Mary Lou have five children, ten grandchildren, and a new step great grandson, whom they visit or host as often as possible. Most of their leisure time is spent in family-oriented activities. George also devotes free time to volunteering for child-centered organizations. He is excited by the idea of “helping Oliverian accomplish a master plan and implementation that will improve efficiencies, increase safety, and enhance student life through a heightened sense of community.”
What do you love most about Oliverian?
“What I love most about Oliverian is the care, effort and genuine love from faculty, staff and board toward attaining its clearly stated mission in the service of its wonderful students.”