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Board of Managers, 2023–2024

NHVH Board of Managers 2019-2020 Pictured are members present at the NH Veterans Home Board of Managers' meeting on March 20, 2023:
(left to right) Front – Elaine Baker and Allan Bailey, NHVH Residents; Seated in middle row - Paul Lloyd, Chairman & Veterans of Foreign Wars; Kimberly MacKay, NHVH Commandant; Madeline Dreusicke, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary; Susan Cuddy, Veterans of Foreign Wars; and Standing in back row - Raymond "Ray" Goulet Jr., Vietnam Veterans of America; Robert "Bob" Guldner, Disabled American Veterans; Robert "Bob" Blais, American Legion; and Richard Borrazas, Disabled American Veterans Commander.


Name Term Ends Organization
Paul J. Lloyd (Chairman) 3/1/2026 Veterans of Foreign Wars
Allan Bailey Governor's pleasure Male Resident
Elaine K. Baker Governor's pleasure Female Resident
Robert G. Blais 3/1/2025 American Legion
Richard Borrazas 6/30/2023 Disabled American Veterans Commander
Susan A. Cuddy 3/23/2025 Veterans of Foreign Wars – Female Veteran
Madeline Dreusicke 3/1/2026 Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary
William Gaudreau 11/2/2025 Department of Military Affairs & Veteran Services
Raymond J. Goulet Jr. 8/26/2024 Vietnam Veterans of America
Robert Guldner 3/1/2027 Disabled American Veterans
Leo Paquin 6/30/2024 American Legion
Denis Querread 6/30/2024 VFW State Commander

Minutes of Board of Managers Meetings

From the Commandant:

Kimberly MacKay
Kimberly M. MacKay

If you are a veteran, we thank you for your service. No matter where you served, when, or for how long, we thank you for the sacrifices you made in service to our country. And in case you haven't heard it before, Welcome Home.

We look forward to serving those who served. Whether you are looking for your own long term care or that of a family member, we welcome conversations to discuss the care offered our veterans.

We also welcome discussions with veterans' service organization members, prospective volunteers, donors and all friends we have yet to meet. We are happy to share the New Hampshire Veterans Home experience with you.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Kimberly M. MacKay

View from the pond
A view from the pond

About the New Hampshire Veterans Home

For over 130 years, the New Hampshire Veterans Home has been a Home and a health resource for Granite State armed forces veterans. Established in 1890 as the Soldier's Home for Civil War Veterans, it has provided care and comfort for thousands who have served our country and fellow citizens.

Located in the heart of the Lakes Region and the foothills of the magnificent White Mountains, the scenic beauty surrounding the Home combined with the warm fellowship shared by residents, staff, and volunteers create a unique environment for those who have made personal sacrifices in the military and now need assistance to care for themselves.

Shared here on our website are news and events, monthly calendars of resident activities, dates of upcoming board meetings, reports and more. Or you can use the Quick Links feature to get to the Business Office, the list of Frequently Asked Questions about the Home, or, for those seeking employment, a State of New Hampshire job application.

There is much to explore on this site. We also offer many pictures on our Facebook page at You will see our emphasis we place on the quality of life we provide as well as our commitment to quality of care. Whether you are interested in joining our community as a resident or would just like to receive more information, we look forward to hearing from you. We invite you to call us at (603) 527-4400. If you have feedback about the web site, please share it with us so we can continue to improve.

Thank you for visiting us online.

New Hampshire Veterans Home
139 Winter Street  |  Tilton, NH 03276-5415  |  
(p) 603-527-4400  |  (f) 603-286-4242