MRS. JOY WILSON-TUCKER …PRESIDENT
Joy is one of the founding members of the Association
since its inception in 1994.
She has served as Vice Chair and presently the President
She is the Museum’s exhibits director. A Lecture Master
of The Independent Order. #9385. and Historian of the Lodge.
She serves in several organizations throughout the Community
And has served as President of the Senior Ushers Board of St. Paul AME
for 14plus years and currently serves as Vice President.
She is an author of several written works and an avid researcher.
LORRITA J TUCKER: Our Knowledgeable and Vibrant consultant has been a member of the museum since its inception in 1998. A dynamic personality she spent much of her early years hosting stage shows for Bermuda’s youth. She did a four year stint with UP with People before attending Morris Brown College where she studied urban and architectural Design. She continued her studies in the field of Management and has obtained the Ilex level three degree in Law. She is presently the Director of Human resources at the Bermuda College. She has an excellent eye for detail and design and the result of her advice to us is much appreciated.
Nancy joined the Association in 1996.
She was a long time employee of the St. George’s
Corporation. She has served as the Secretary
to several previous Mayors of St. Georges.
She presently holds the position of Secretary to
Bermudian Heritage Association
She is a member of several other organizations.
MR. BOYD E. SMITH …..TREASURER
Boyd joined the Association in 1996
and presently serves as the Treasurer of the Association
He serves on several organizations throughout
his community. He is a serving Trustee of Temperance
Hall Society and Permanent Secretary & Trustee of the Independent Order #6347
MARION HAYWARD…MUSEUM GUIDE
Marion joined the Association in 1995
She was a long time employee of King
Edward Memorial Hospital
She serves on several organizations in St. Paul AME. A member of the Mayflower Lodge
And Presently works as our Museum Guide.
MS. LYNELL FURBERT…J.P…………
Lynell joined the Association Executive in 2004.
She was a long time employee of the Bermuda Prison Service. She serves on several committees throughout the St. Paul A.M.E. Church and Community. She serves as 1st. Assistant to the Events Chairperson of the Association.
VIOLET BRANGMAN… FUNDRAISING
Violet joined the Association in 1999
She was a former school teacher.
She serves as Treasurer of the Hamilton District
and Trustee of The Independent Order #9385
She serves on other organizations in the Church
of St. Monica’s.
MS. DEBORAH BURGESS:
A member since 2004. Worked in Customer relations for HWP group for several years. She is a member of the Loyal Mayflower Lodge #9387. A Past Noble grand and presently serves as their Permanent Secretary. She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Boat and Sports Club and a Volunteer at the agape house.
MAJOR BARRETT DILL
A member since 2006 has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mount St. Vincent University. He is a graduate of the Royal Military School of Music in London England and a former Director of Music of the Bermuda Regiment Band. He is a member of the Hamilton Rotary Club and the North Village Band.
MRS. CHERIE BEAN
Joined our executive board in March 2012
Cherie is a person with a sultry singing voice that could warm any heart.
She performed in several plays and skits put on as fundraisers for
the Bermudian Heritage Association and St. Paul’s Church
She has been a member of the Vision Performers since its inception in 2006
A member of St. Paul AME church she serves on their Finance Board.
Cherie is a diligent worker and a welcome addition to our board.
Mrs. Cherie E. Gray
Is our newest Executive. She joined us in February 2014.
Cherie attended Northland School and is a graduate of
the Bermuda girls Arts and Craft School. She has applied her
craft into her every day life. She is an excellent seamstress and
has used her creative craft ability to operate her own business.
She lived in the USA for over 25 years while there she developed
a business ‘Simply Cherie’s”. On returning home she has mastered
that knowledge even more by developing a home baking business
‘Cherie’s little taste of Heaven and combined it with her previous craft.
With this knowledge she will be a great asset in helping us to develop
our gift shop area in the museum. We welcome her with the greatest