Meet the Team

Board of Directors

Dianne Clowater


Dianne is an exceptional volunteer who is extremely dedicated to her community. She brings boundless creativity and innovative ideas to every project she works on. Dianne's infectious smile and positive attitude light up any room she enters. She has a personal connection to the museum, as her father was one of its founders. Dianne's experience in the public library system as a library assistant and her current part-time employment at Chapters Book Store have given her a wealth of skills that she brings to her work as a Director on the Central NB Woodmen's Board, where she has served for nearly two decades.

Greg Munn

1st Vice President

A respected member of the Bloomfield Ridge community, Greg serves as the 2nd Vice President and Chairman of the Tribute Dinner Committee for the board. Greg has a long history of community service, having served as President of the Bloomfield Rink, the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi Recreation Committee, the Boiestown Recreation Council, and the Boiestown Lions Club. Currently, Greg holds a management position in the federal government for the Correctional Service of Canada, demonstrating his dedication to serving his community at both the local and national levels.

Roxanne Norrad

2nd Vice-President

Olga Ross


An experienced secretary and dedicated volunteer, Olga has been serving as the Secretary on the Board of Directors for the Central Woodmen's Museum since 2012. Olga has also held the position of secretary on the Board of Directors for the Boiestown United Church, Local Service District, and the Miramichi Board of Trades. In addition, she has served as secretary/treasurer for Saint John Ambulance. Before retiring, Olga worked at McCloskey's General Store, Reid's Restaurant, and the Department of Justice. Her passion for volunteering is evident through her attendance at nearly all of the organization's events.

Phyllis Robinson


Phyllis Robinson is a passionate and dedicated volunteer who has served on our Board for 7 years. With a background of 35 years at Scotiabank and 16 years as co-owner of Spectrum Spray, she has been practicing accounting for two companies for over 20 years. The museum holds a special place in Phyllis's heart as her father was one of the founders. Her dedication to the museum and ensuring that the right decisions are made is evident in her contributions as a board member. Her sentimental attachment to the museum only adds to her commitment to its success.

Naomi Robinson

Board Chair

Brian Curtis

Board Chair

Dan Rooney

Board Chair


Christine Jean

Executive Director

Claude Petitpas

Fundraising and Event Coordinator

Phyllis Robinson


Eddie Palmer

Maintenance and Grounds Keeping