President ~ Richard Hatin
Vice President / Acting Secretary ~ Anne Hatin
Treasurer ~ David Seaton
Past President ~ Ed Haddad
Dr. Conway, formerly with Manchester Urology Associates, is Medical Director of the Max K. Willscher Urology Center at Elliot Hospital in Manchester. He is a past president of the Elliot Hospital medical staff, and former chairman of the Elliot Health System Board of Directors.
A graduate of Boston College and Tufts University Medical School, he was in the US Army Medical Corps in Vietnam in 1968-69.
Dr. Conway is the fourth urologist to serve on the board of directors of the Coalition.
Major Accounts Manager, Spectrum Marketing
Deloid is Major Accounts manager at Spectrum Marketing Companies in Manchester. He formerly managed 21 Burger King Restaurants. He has been co-president of West Manchester Little League, a scoutmaster and president of the West Manchester High School Booster Club.
Stan graduated from University of NH with a degree in Business Management.
Haddad was diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 42, the normal age being 69. He retired from Southern NH University.
Born in Boston, he graduated from Boston State College, earned a masters degree in special education from Lesley College and a Ph.D. in special education from Yeshiva University in New York.
In New York he directed a program for brothers and sisters of individuals with disabilities, working with John F. Kennedy Jr. and Geraldo Rivera in their respective foundations.
Anne-Marie Hatin was born in Winooski, Vermont and attended local schools while also working in retail and later for a major defense contractor in the IT department. Soon after marriage Anne and her husband Richard moved to NH. They have three sons, two daughters-in-law and three granddaughters. Anne and Richard currently reside in Hooksett, NH.
During Anne’s working career here in NH she has held several positions in direct sales for various retailers. Later she worked for the City of Manchester, Public Works Department, Facilities Division and handled accounts Payable and Receivable for that office; dealing with major contractors, retailers, suppliers and vendors. She also helped generate work orders for the maintenance of the many municipal buildings, and scheduled the work to be done. Anne retired from this position in March of 2011. In addition to the above, throughout the years, Anne has been an active volunteer in nearly twenty different organizations, often holding leadership positions. Anne currently is involved in four non-profit volunteer organizations. Anne is also an active and accomplished quilter and quilting instructor. She loves her grandchildren, traveling, reading and keeping busy.
Richard L. Hatin was born in Burlington, Vermont and attended local schools. He graduated with a BA from St. Michael’s College in 1971. He soon went to work in local and state government in Vermont were he served in several management positions. In 1974 he was recruited to join the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Department of Community Planning and Development. He moved to NH with his wife Anne. His work brought him into contact with local and state leaders throughout northern New England. He was eventually promoted to the position of Deputy Director for the New England Office of Community Development from which he retired at the end of 2010.
As an active volunteer, Richard has been involved in over thirty volunteer organizations at the local, state-wide, regional and national level, often serving in key leadership positions. He has been recognized by the Manchester Union Leader-Sunday News with the Carl Lundholm Award for his service to NH youth. He has also received the Bronze Pelican Award from the Boy Scouts of America for his leadership and guidance.
At present, Richard is a volunteer in four different organizations while pursuing a career as an award winning author. He is currently working on a table top book to commemorate the centennial of the Palace Theatre in
Manchester, NH and he is also awaiting the fall 2014 release of his next novel.
Former Owner and Past President of Car World
A resident of Dunbarton, Jeff is the owner and president of Car World in Candia, the state’s largest dealer in used auto parts. Car World is the state’s first recognized “Green Yard” auto facility. He started the firm in 1970 which now employs 22 people.
Jeff was born in New York City, grew up in Dumont, New Jersey and graduated from New England College in Henniker. (“That’s what bought me to New Hampshire”) He’s been president of Auto and Truck Recyclers of New Hampshire for 20 years. He’s been active in the international Auto Recyclers Assn., having been chair of the group’s National Airbag Committee and past president of the Education Foundation.
Halfway through college, he joined the Army and served in Germany 1962-65. A skier and a salt water boater, Jeff coached youth soccer and skiing and for several years and was the coach of the Manchester High School ski team.
Diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1998, he was treated with both exterior radiation and seeds.
Jeff was elected a director in March of 2010, a few months after he originated and led the Coalition in the most successful fund raiser, the SKIBOARDNTUBE event on Jan. 31 at Manchester’s McIntyre Ski Area.
Former NH Representative, Political Activist
Harvey Keye, a former two term member of the New Hampshire Legislature, grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. He attended Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC and earned his master’s degree in business administration at Rivier College in Nashua. He retired from Verizon in 1997 where he was Regional Sales Manager in the Direct Marketing Center, Braintree, MA. He currently is VP of Sales for NHToDo magazine and the Public Relations Manager for The Atlantis Health Club & Spa at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, NH.
Diagnosed in 2005, he has had female hormone therapy plus external radiation treatments.
Currently a member of NAACP, his past community service includes Chair of Granite State Youth, Chair of the NH Civil Rights Council, director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nashua, and director of NH Citizens Action. He is currently a director of the Downtown Concord Economic Committee.
Harvey marched alongside Martin Luther King in Birmingham in 1963. Several years later, New Hampshire was the only state in the US not to have legislated a Martin Luther King holiday. Harvey, then an elected Representative from Nashua, addressed the 400 person New Hampshire House and dramatically described the race relations problems in his youth growing up in Birmingham in the 1930s and 1940s. Most say it was his speech before his fellow legislators that finally convinced New Hampshire to join the rest of the nation in establishing a Martin Luther King holiday.
Harvey received the Critical Thinking in Business award from NHToDo magazine. He served in the Army in Germany from 1954-56.
His hobbies are golf, reading and service to others.
Dennis is currently serving in his 31st season as head baseball coach at Plymouth State University. He is a prostate cancer survivor having had surgery following diagnosis in 2008.
Dennis graduated from Plymouth State with a bachelor’s degree in 1973 and from Indiana University with a master’s degree in 1974.
Dennis was the 2009 recipient of the “Jack Butterfield Award” for his work and devotion to college baseball. He was also a 2013 recipient of the “Pat Storer Award” at Plymouth State for his role in community service.
Dennis resides in Campton with his wife Debbie. His interests include golf, motorcycle riding, kayaking, reading and spending time with his family.
Clinical Nurse Manager
Jo-Ann O’Connell lives in Deerfield, NH and is a parent to 3 children. Her brother has been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer thru laparoscopic surgery. She enjoys traveling, quilting and cooking; especially Polish food!
Educationally, Jo-Anne has achieved graduating from St. Anselm College in 1981 with a Bachelors of Nursing, and New England College in 2006 with a Masters of Health Care Administration. Jo-Anne also is a Certified Nurse Manager Leader.
She has practiced at the Elliot Hospital since 1978; working in various departments and roles within the hospital such as the emergency room department, PACU, Clinical Nursing Supervisor for the hospital, and within the Max K. Willscher Urology Center. Jo-Anne has been the clinical nurse manager of PeriAnesthesia areas for past 12 years and has been a part of the Max K. Willscher Urology Center since its 1996 inception. She organized the prostate cancer screening since 2002, and is a supporter of the Prostate Cancer Support Group.
Recently retired, David was a faculty member of St. Paul’s School in Concord, where he was a member of the music program for 33 years. He was the director of that program for his final 24 years there. He was also head of the Arts Division for several years and served on various committees during his career. David conducted the orchestra and concert band, taught private clarinet and saxophone lessons, and coached chamber music. He also ran the professional concert series at the school, the Keiser Concert Series.
David is a prostate cancer survivor. He had a prostatectomy (DaVinci) in 2007 and regularly attends the Man 2 Man support meetings at the Payson Center at Concord Hospital.
David received a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from Duquesne University and a Master of Music degree with Honors and an Artist Diploma, both in Clarinet Performance, from the New England Conservatory of Music. He has devoted his entire career to music performance and education, at all levels.