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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Westminster Maryland Online: Historical Society of Carroll County hires Fred K. Teeter, Jr. to be new Executive Dir

Westminster Maryland Online: Historical Society of Carroll County hires Fred K....: June 13, 2013 Historical Society of Carroll County press release: The Historical Society of Carroll County (HSCC) has hired ... Fred K. Teeter, Jr. as executive director, effective June 10, 2013.  Teeter replaces Timatha S. Pierce who retired May 31, 2013, after serving as chief executive officer for seven years.

Stated HSCC Board Chairman Thomas N. Rasmussen, “We are pleased to welcome Fred to the Historical Society team.  His 20-year record of non-profit management success speaks for itself. 

Through his family and on his own, Fred enjoys strong local connections.  We’re fortunate to have him.”  Teeter’s selection follows an intensive, nationwide search conducted by HSCC officers and directors.

Teeter served previously as CEO of Carroll Child Care Centers, Inc., an historic non-profit child day care program based in Westminster, MD.  He is former president/CEO of the Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce in Hagerstown, MD; executive director of Associated Builders & Contractors (ABC) of Delaware, Inc. in Newcastle, DE; assistant executive director of ABC of Georgia in Atlanta, GA; and assistant director of communications for ABC, Inc. in Washington, D.C. 

As a local volunteer, Teeter is former vice chairman and marketing chairman of the Community Foundation of Carroll County.  He is also inaugural recipient of the Chamber of Commerce Executive of the Year award in Maryland, a past director of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Maryland Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (MACCE), and vice chairman of the Maryland Society of Association Executives (MSAE).  He and his wife, Janice, reside in a fully-restored, 200-year old Federal period house on three acres in the center of Uniontown, MD.

Founded in 1939 and preparing to celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2014, the Historical Society of Carroll County is a non-profit 501c3 education foundation that collects, preserves & interprets historical Carroll County artifacts and information. 

The Society strives to advance interest, understanding, knowledge and appreciation in and of Carroll County by providing related activities, exhibitions, programs, research and publications.

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