Robert C. Locke
<rcloc at snip.net>
Bob Locke, the President of the Locke Family Association (LFA), previously did an outstanding job in the position of Vice President from 1983-2000. He won the presidency with a unanimous vote replacing retiring president Don Hayes Sr. of Andover, MA.
Robert A. Locke, Jr.
<rlocke at ralii.com>
Rob Locke attended his first reunion in 2006 and found himself promptly elected to be treasurer after claiming an ability to add numbers together. He only hopes he can live up to the long tenure of E. George Weinhold, his predecessor.
Rob has been working on his genealogy since the nation's bicentennial in 1976. Having broken through a long-standing brick wall to find the ancestry of his grandfather, John F. Locke (1917-1965), he hopes to be able to contribute his line to the upcoming third supplement.
Donald P. Hayes, Jr.
<donald.hayes at comcast.net>
Don Hayes, Jr. has just completed thirty-six years as our Secretary and looks forward to many more years as an active member of the Association. He has a B.A. degree from Salem State College, a M. of Ed. from Rivier College, and teaches U.S. and World History at Lowell High School in Lowell, MA. During his thirty-eight years as a teacher he has taught grades 6 through 10 and he helped to found two new schools. His efforts have been recognized by being listed in Who's Who in Education since 1992. His hobbies include antique cars and re-enacting American Revolution events.
John Locke Historian
<jdloc at snip.net>
Janet Locke, wife of President Bob Locke, has been the Locke Family Association Historian since 1990. Send genealogical inquiries regarding descendancy from Capt. John here.
William Locke Historian
<LockeHV at aol.com>
Aptly named, William Locke is the person to contact for genealogical inquiries regarding William Locke of Woburn. Alternatively, take a look at our Other Links page for others pursuing the same line.
Alma Pasquale Locke
<triplocke at aol.com>
Alma Locke, a resident of Rye for over 50 years, has lead the charge to be sure that the area of Locke's Neck is known by that name and not by the alternate name of "Straw's Point". A developer of the late 1800's gave it that name but the town voted in 1978 to officially reinstate the name of Locke's Neck. Not all the realtors utilized the correct name until Alma contacted them directly. She also notified the Coast Guard about the name change so that the navigational charts would be correct! Alma is a retired school teacher (who forgets she is retired) and is a former lobsterman.
Sandra G. Munsey
<sgmunsey at comcast.net>
Sandra Goss Munsey is a Rye, New Hampshire native and is descended from most of the historical families in town as well as the Dustons and Giles of Haverhill, MA. Her husband Don grew up in Hampton, N.H. and his roots are with the Doane, Pike and Tucker family trees. Retired from a career in public administration and town government, she now researches quilts and studies their associated history. Sandra is one of our Life Members.
<kaghaghi at rochester.rr.com>
Kate Aghaghiri was voted in as a new Locke Family Association Vice President during the 114th Locke Family Association Reunion held at Fort No. 4 in New Hampshire. She is in charge of our reunions.
<jlocke at keuka.edu>
John Locke was voted in as a new Locke Family Association Vice President during the 117th Locke Family Association Reunion held in 2007. He is an assistant professor and coordinator of the management program at Keuka College in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. He is also a video producer and researched, wrote and shot, edited and directed a 2 hour documentary on US-Cuban relations.
<pullthewool at comcast.net>
Elected at the 119th Locke Family Association reunion.