The Treasurer is an elected officer of the Society, and serves for a two-year term. The term begins at the start of the next fiscal year following the election. In contrast, the other officers begin their term at the close of the Annual General Meeting of Society following their election. The Treasurer is a voting member of the Board of Directors.
The Treasurer does the following:
|2005||2010||Robert A. Lee|
|2001||2004||James F. Hanson|
|1995||2000||P. Charles Livermore|
|1989||1990||Howard A. Twichell|
|1983||1988||Marva A. Paige|
|1975||1982||Edmund A. Harris|
|1970||1974||Leo J. LaFrance|
|1960||1970||James T. Culhane|
|1943||1959||William C. Peterman|
BNAPS was established in 1943. At the first regular meeting of the Society on 24 November 1943, four interim officers were appointed, among them William C. Peterman as Treasurer. He served as interim Treasurer until February 1945 when he was elected to the position in the first BNAPS election of officers.
At times, the President appointed an Assistant Treasurer to aid the Treasurer.
|Apr 1995||Oct 1995||E. R. (Ritch) Toop|
|Sep 1993||Mar 1995||Chris McGregor|
|Sep 1988||Dec 1990||Fred Hollenbeck|
Ritch Toop died on 13 October 1995 while he was in office.
In November 1981, the President, Jim Lehr, announced the appointment of John Graper as Assistent Secretary. In the announcement, Lehr noted that Graper had already prepared and mailed the annual dues notices for 1982 . Today, the Treasurer carries out this task, but at the time, it was the Secretary's responsibility.
|Nov 1981||Dec 1989||John C. Graper|
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