252-573-8332

P.O. Box 217

622 Sir Walter Raleigh St
Manteo, Dare County 27954
USA

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President, Darrell M. Colliins

Manteo native, Freedman Colony and Pea Island descendent, recently retired from the National Park Service, Cape Hatteras Group after 40 years as Historian at Wright Brother's National Memorial. Mayor Pro tem of the Town of Manteo and Owner and Aviation Historian of ALOG, LLC(A Legacy of Greatness).

Secretary, Joan L. Collins

Retired from the United States Department of Agriculture after 32 years in the Food Safety and Inspection Service. Grew up in Maryland but a Freedman Colony and Pea Island descendent who became a local in 2014.

Treasurer, Tonya L. Collins

Has lived on the Outer Banks since 2000, the wife of Darrell M. Collins and Owner/Broker of Outer Banks Dreams Realty, LLC specializing in first-time home buying, investment homes and affordable housing. Also serves as Managing Partner of ALOG, LLC. 

Director, Frank Hester

Manteo native, Freedman Colony and Pea Island descendent who retired from the United States Coast Guard after 20 years of service as a Chief Warrant Officer. Settled in Maryland but moved back home to Roanoke Island in 2005. Now works for the National Park Service, Cape Hatteras Group.

Director, Doug E. Stover

Has lived on the Outer Banks since 2000. Retired from the National Park Service, Cape Hatteras Group after 32 years of service as Park Historian and Cultural Resources Manager(his career spanned 5 U.S. Parks and 3 Regions). Now, an Author and serves as a Consultant for the United Nations and World Heritage Sites.

Members, James D. Charlet & Linda I. Molloy

"Keeper" James and Linda relocated to the Outer Banks in 1992. Linda spent her early years on the OBX working with the Theater of Dare then joined James at the Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station. James retired after 25 years serving as Volunteer Program Presenter in full period clothing and as the Site Manager. Linda retired after 12 years as the Site Operations Manager.

Member, RADM Stephen W. Rochon, USCG (Retired)

Retired from the United States Coast Guard after 37 years of service as Commander of the Maintenance and Logistics Command Atlantic. Former Director of the Executive Residence and White House Chief Usher(2007-2011). Spearheaded the posthumous awarding of the Gold Life Saving Medal to Keeper Richard Etheridge and the all African-American crew of the Pea Island Life-Saving Station.