Betty's favorite place in the community is the grounds surrounding St. Elizabeth's Chapel, a historic chapel built in memory of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton who died as a young child. It is a beautiful and peaceful place where one can go and feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
William has been a board member at THS for many years. His commitment to THS and its programming have been essential. He was instrumental in organizing and presenting the recent exhibition and event, "A Portrait of Tuxedo."
William loves what drew wealthy individuals to the gate of Tuxedo Park in the 1880s: it is an escape of the hustle and bustle of busy life, surrounded by the most beautiful parts of nature.
William is a history buff who continuously pursues issues and events of yesteryear. He feels being a member of the Tuxedo Historical Society enables him to delve into the wonderful past of this community.
Stephen's favorite place in the Village is the point where Tuxedo Road becomes the Causeway and the view of Tuxedo Lake unfolds with the houses and mountains beyond.
Susan is passionate about helping the Society to tell the historical story about the diverse residents and sections of the community.
Katherine is fascinated by the unique history of the region: the team of individuals that set the groundwork for such an iconic area during important era in our nation's history. By remembering the excitement of the past we can ensure the magic still lives on today.