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Board of Directors

Megan Havens

Megan is a social studies teacher in love with local history. She has an MA in Education from UC-Santa Cruz. She served as FHFG president in the 1990s.

Martha Khoury
Vice President

Martha has an MS degree and over 30 years of experience in Marketing. She has been an active member with FHFG since 1995 when she purchased a 1912 Craftsman bungalow.

Eva Guggemos

Eva is the archivist at Pacific University, with an MLS and MA in History. She has a special interest in Native American issues.

Travis Powers

Travis joined the FHFG board after buying an historic home in Forest Grove. He has degrees in Economics, Philosophy of History, and an MBA.

Tom Beck

Tom is a retired dean of Pacific University, former chair of the Forest Grove Planning Commission and has lived in Forest Grove for 30 years.

Alanna Colwell

Alanna is the archivist at Washington County, with a MLIS and MA in Archival Science. She was born and raised in Oregon and is passionate about preserving our shared cultural heritage.

Gary Eddings

Gary, born in Forest Grove, was one of the founders of FHFG’s gathering of individuals to discuss and understand how Forest Grove’s past makes us who we are today.

Melody Haveluck
Membership Committee Chair

Melody has lived in Forest Grove for 30 years and has been involved with FHFG since 2007. A well known member of the community, she loves Forest Grove’s diverse history.

Christine Kidd

Christine is a retired teacher with a master’s degree from Pacific University. She has lived in Forest Grove for 50 years and has recently become involved in FHFG.

Mary Jo Morelli
Manager, AT Smith House, ex-officio board member

Mary Jo is a founding member of FHFG and is co-author of the book Images of America: Forest Grove. She has spent 30 years working to preserve the AT Smith House.

FHFG is committed to preserving local historic resources, educating our residents about our past, and creating a community for enthusiasts to support this mission.
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