The Silverstone Living Board of Directors are local business and professional leaders who graciously volunteer their time to guide and fulfill the mission to provide exceptional quality services to the community.
Kevin Halloran - Chair
Mr. Halloran of Brookline, New Hampshire joined the Board in 2009 and is past Chairperson and he served on its Executive and Finance and Investment Committee and is a Director for Hunt Senior Living. Mr. Halloran has been in the financial services field since 1987 and is an Investment Advisory Representative with LPL Financial in Nashua. Kevin is past president of the Nashua Association of Life Underwriters, past president of New Hampshire Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Nashua and serves on the Executive Board of St. Joseph Community Services.
Mr. Kelly of Nashua, New Hampshire joined the Huntington Board in 2009 and serves as a member of the Huntington at Nashua Finance & Investment Committee as well as being a member of the Hunt Senior Living Board. Brian is a real estate attorney with the firm of Winer & Bennett in Nashua. Mr. Kelly serves as Director of the Youth Council and NH Teen Institute, a member of Elder Law, Estate Planning & Probate Section of New Hampshire Bar Association, Real Property Section of New Hampshire Bar Association, Nashua Bar Association and New Hampshire Estate Planning Council.
Lori Lambert of Nashua, NH is a Partner /Owner of Weisman, Tessier, Lambert & Halloran. Mrs. Lambert is also a Trustee & Former President of Nashua Pastoral Care Center; Prudential Board Member & Former Chair of The First Church of Nashua; Trustee of St. Joseph Hospital; Former Vice-Chair, Marguerite’s Place Board of Trustees & Past Trustee of Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce.
Elliot F. Lasky of Nashua, NH is a Doctor of Optometry with Helfman, Lasky & MacDonald. Elliot F. Lasky was named Optometrist of the Year by the New Hampshire Optometric Association in 1994. A graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, he is the co-founder and President of VISTA Eye Care, Inc. Dr. Lasky has also been President of Nashua Rotary West, and Past President of the New Hampshire Optometry Association. Dr. Lasky was appointed to Hunt Community Board of Trustees in 2006 where he served for 8 years, 2 of them Board Chairperson. He also served on the Hunt Senior Living Board before taking a year off and then rejoining the Hunt Community Board in 2015.
Sy Mahfuz of Nashua was appointed to the Board in June, 2009. He is the Owner of Persian Rug Galleries, Inc. in Nashua. A longtime Rotarian and past president, Mahfuz has served on boards of a wide variety of local organizations such as the YMCA, Great American Downtown, Nashua Pastoral Care, The United Way of Greater Nashua, Rivier College, Nashua Symphony and a number of others. He received the American Heart Association’s Gold Heart award, in part for his close work with the Dana Farber Institute and its Jimmy Fund. He was named the 1999 National Retailer of the Year and Temple Beth Abraham’s 2010 Person of the Year.
James Petropulos, PE
James Petropulos of Hollis, NH is Partner/Principal Engineer/Vice President of Hayner/Swanson, Inc. He joined Hunt Community Board of Trustees in June, 2010 and is also a member of the Charitable Funding Committee. He has previously served as a member of the Immaculate Conception Church Building Committee and other local committees.
Mr. Prunier of Hollis is Principal and Executive Vice President at Harvey Construction Corp. Bedford, NH. Mr. Prunier currently serves as Trustee, Development Committee at Rivier in Nashua, NH, Director & Board President, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Nashua, School Board & Development Committee at Bishop Guertin High School & Nashua Regional Director of the NHCF.
Donna Robinson of Litchfield, NH is a CPA with Melanson, Heath & Company, PC. She joined Hunt Community Board of Trustees in June, 2010 and serves as Chairperson of its Finance and Investment Committee. She is the Treasurer for Bridges and the NH Society of Certified Public Accountants. She is also an adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University for the fraud certificate program and is an investigator for the Board of Accountancy.
Carole Sawdon of Hollis NH is a retired Vice President of Land America Financial Group. She joined the Hunt Community Board of Trustees in June, 2010 and serves on its Finance and Investment Committee. She is also a Member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Outreach Program.
Ms. Louise Trottier is a retired Senior Vice President, Retail Banking from TD Bank. During her 30+ year banking career, Louise has developed strengths in sales management, business development, customer experience, retail operations, retail lending and people development. Most recently, she provided strategic direction and leadership of the Rhode Island de novo market and led a 100 store retail network in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire.
Ms. Trottier is passionate about community service having been a member of the Merrimack Rotary Club, City of Nashua Capital Improvement Committee, and board member for Special Olympics NH. Additionally, she has held many community service leadership roles including Board Chair of NH Partners in Education and Nashua Adult Learning Center. Currently, Louise is a board member for Covenant Health System, a Catholic Healthcare System sponsoring hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living residences in New England. She is the current Board Chair at St. Joseph Healthcare, Nashua, and a full service Catholic health care facility.
Mrs. Wilbert of Nashua, New Hampshire is an attorney with the Law Offices of Randall E. Wilbert of Nashua. Mrs. Wilbert began serving on the Board of the Huntington at Nashua in 2000 and was re-appointed to the Huntington Board in 2009. Mrs. Wilbert is past Chairperson of both the Huntington at Nashua Board and of the Hunt Senior Living Board of Directors. She has also served on the Board of Hunt Community for several years. Ms. Wilbert is former Vice Chairman of the Housing Task Force and Historic District Commission in Nashua, & former Board member of Girls Inc NH.
Maryse Wirbal is the CEO of the Front Door Agency, Inc., a position she has held for the past 16 years. Maryse was recently recognized by The Telegraph as one of 20 emerging business leaders in Nashua community, and she received the Walter Dunfey Excellence in Management Award in 2011. Maryse is currently the President-Elect for the Rotary Club of Nashua, serves on the Hunt Community Board of Trustees; the United Way Community Needs Assessment Committee; and the Telegraph’s Extraordinary Women’s Selection Committee. She has also served as a past president for the Greater Nashua Dental Connection; a past Executive Committee Member of the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce; a past Board member for Infant Jesus School a graduate of the Leadership Greater Nashua program.
Peter Warecki, Chief Executive Officer - Treasurer
Peter Warecki has been the Chief Financial Officer for Silverstone Living, formerly Hunt Senior Living since its inception in May 2000. Peter joined the organization as CFO for Hunt Community in September 1998. During Peter’s tenure, The Huntington at Nashua life care community was developed and built, opening in November of 2004. In June 2011, Hunt Community began At Home by Hunt, a Continuing Care at Home program.
Prior to joining Hunt Community, Peter was Chief Financial Officer for Sowerby Healthcare Inc. for over 10 years. Sowerby Healthcare Inc. operated several long term care facilities throughout southern New Hampshire.
Peter received a Master’s Degree in Health Service Administration from George Washington University in Washington DC and a Bachelor’s Degree in Science from Stonehill College in North Easton, MA. Peter is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in New Hampshire and member of the AICPA (Accounting profession group). He served as a Board member of Leading Age of Maine and New Hampshire from 2006 through April 2015 serving as Chairperson from January 2012 to April 2014. Currently Peter is Chairperson of the Leading Age Maine and New Hampshire Government Affairs Committee.