Board Member Biographies
Jeffrey Grinnell (President):
I've acted as the PRVA webmaster for a number of years and I was happy to step in and fill the position of treasurer for the remainder of this term following the resignation of the previous treasurer. I am now happy to step up to fill the role as the President of PRVA following the resignation of Steven DiVirgilio.
I've been an owner at 4 Meetinghouse Lane since 2001. I'm a 1987 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology and have been employed as a chemist for either the Federal Government or the Pharmaceutical Industry ever since. I'm currently a Principle Chemist with AstraZeneca in Westborough. I've also worked for Uncle Sam as an Army Chemical Officer (74A) holding positions with both the 209th Field Artillery Brigade and the 300th Chemical Company.
When I'm not working I enjoy photography, backpacking, remodeling the interior of my unit and performing odd jobs with my computer.
In 2004 Maureen and I married and she helped me turn my bachelor townhouse into a home. We currently have two cats; some of you have undoubtably seen us pushing them around the development in their enclosed cat trolly. They are quite spoiled to say the least.
I'm looking forward to working closely with my fellow board members as well as the other members of PRVA to make this community an even better place to come home to.
Laurie Guptill (Clerk):
2017 marks my 30th year at PRVA! Over the years, I have served on many Boards of Governors, including the years when our septic tanks failed and we had to sue the town to put in sewers. I currently work at Boston Scientific in Marlboro. My management and personnel skills help me work effectively with the current Board, keeping home owners informed, our budgets on track and our condo fees low. Randy Struckus and I enjoy living here and in the summer spend most weekends at our family summer house in northwest Connecticut.
I enjoy my position as clerk-corresponding with home owners, mortgage holders, insurance, Millbury Rubbish, distributing welcome packets and as a general "PRVA historian". I also plant the flowers in the buckets, water them, sweep the front mailbox, weed when I can and pick up scads of trash and cigarette butts. I also organize the yard sale and free trash pick up days. My home is my largest (well, only) investment and I spend countless hours volunteering as a Board member to make our community a better and affordable place to live.
I am also in the Board of Directors and an active volunteer with Doberman Rescue Unlimited, Inc. We have built a shelter in Sandown, NH place approx. 200 unwanted, abused and neglected Dobermans a year in loving homes. I am also an active volunteer with Preservation Worcester and Preservation Mass.
Scott Greenfield (Director):
2018 will be my 10 year mark of living at Paul Revere Village. I am happy to serve as a Director for the Association. Although it can be a challenge, I am committed to giving residents good services while keep condo fees at a reasonable rate. I previously lived in Leominster, MA. I lived in a large garden style condo and I was able to learn good ideas from their property management.
I have worked over 10 years in the electrical distribution field. It was a very exciting and constantly changing field. After the field started to slow down in 2015 I switched careers. I now work in the emergency response field as well as work as a weight loss instructor while attending law school part-time.
When I do have free time I enjoy hiking, walking, listening to music, and watching the Boston Celtics and New England Patriots.
Kerri Ikenberry (Treasurer)
Christine Miller (Director)