A North Carolina State graduate, Al Stevens retired from Montgomery County Police in Maryland, and moved to Alton Bay with his wife, Sue, in 2014. Having grown up with sailboats on the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay, he sees the New Hampshire Boat Museum’s Back Bay Skippers as a way to get back in touch with his love of sailing.
Denis Boisvert lives in Litchfield, New Hampshire with Janet, his wife of 43 years. A civil engineer employed by NHDOT since 2002, Denis looks forward to retirement in a year. He was introduced to R/C flying while in college (1971), and has been interested in sailing since a teen. He’s thrilled to combine both interests!
Jackson O’Keefe is a fifth-grader at Crescent Lake School. His many interests include hockey (a member of the Back Bay Indians for the past five years), downhill skiing, waterskiing, and fishing. Always a woodworking enthusiast, he’s having a great time building his Soling model yacht, which he can’t wait to sail.
Bruce Brown has been an Alton resident since 2015. He enjoys boating in and around the lake, whether it be power, sail, or paddle. He is looking forward to learning and racing with the Back Bay Skippers.
Richard Frazier graduated from the University of Maine, and taught high school math in Weare, New Hampshire; Leesburg, Florida; Pittsfield, New Hampshire; and Wolfeboro. He retired from teaching in 2005 after 34 years, and has lived in Wolfeboro since 1978. Richard has four grown boys and now is raising his 12-year-old grandson. Currently president of the board for Wolfeboro Area Meals on Wheels, he’s enjoying skiing, travel, boating, and carpentry.
It Won’t Be Long
Before you know it, the dock will go in and the season will start. Look for us after the ice clears — Tuesday afternoons for the Solings and Thursday afternoons for the US12’s. Now six more boats have been added to our fleet of about 150!