Board of Directors

Daniel Osetek | President

Dan Osetek joined WEDCO in January 2017 and is also the Chair of the Loan Review Committee. In 2014, Dan joined, Meredith Village Savings Bank where he continues to serve today as a Senior Vice President Commercial Loan Officer-Team Leader. Dan’s career in commercial lending began in 2002 after graduating from Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. Dan’s extensive experience in commercial lending allows him to develop financing strategies to help all businesses big and small. Dan and his family reside in Conway where you will find them taking advantage of most of the outdoor activities the Mount Washington Valley has to offer. Dan also serves as Glade Chief for Granite Backcountry Alliance’s Hypnosis Glade Zone in Madison, NH and previously served for 7 years in multiple officer positions for the Mount Washington Valley Habitat for Humanity and as a board member of the Mount Washington Valley Economic Council.

Bruce Woodruff | Vice President

Mr. Woodruff retired as the Town Planner in Moultonborough after serving in that capacity from 2011-2016 and again from 2019-2022.
He retired from the Planning Department in Dover in 2011 where he was City Planner with 22+ years of experience in all aspects of
municipal and transportation planning. Prior to that Bruce was Zoning Administrator and Assistant Town Engineer for the Town of
Hudson. Bruce served in the US Air Force and Air National Guard for almost 36 years and was sent to the Middle East for three tours
after 9/11. Currently Bruce is the Contract Town Planner and GIS Coordinator in Milton. Bruce and his family live in Milton and are
active boaters ono Milton Three Ponds.

John E. Libby | Treasurer

Mr. Libby’s professional strengths are focused on tax and accounting, audit, technology consulting, litigation support, and business
valuation services to entrepreneurs, wealthy individuals, private and public corporations and legal practitioners across a broad range of
industries. Mr. Libby attended Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH where he earned both a Bachelor of Science in
Accounting & Finance and a Master’s degree in Accounting & Finance. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the States of New Hampshire and Maine; a Certified Internal Auditor, and holds a Certification in Risk Management Assurance.

Debra Golder | Secretary

Ms. Golder is the Branch Manager at M&T Bank in Wolfeboro. Prior to that she was the Branch Manager at Northway Bank in West
Ossipee and Citizens Bank in both Ossipee and Wolfeboro. She is an active member in the Wolfeboro Lions Club as a Board Member
and Treasurer, and has served as the Treasurer and Chair of the Scholarship committee for many years. Her background includes 45
years of banking in operations, retail, business and investment banking. She and her husband reside in Wolfeboro.

Jami Bourdeau

Ms. Bourdeau is currently the Branch & Business Development Manager at the Wolfeboro Branch of MVSB. Jami’s career in retail banking began in 1998, while still in High School. Since then, she has consistently held a retail baker role growing from student teller to
her current role as manager. For the past 18 years, Jami has worked between the Alton & Wolfeboro branches of MVSB, giving her a
good sense of our community and its small business needs. Recently, Jami graduated from Leadership Lakes Region, as well as Northern New England School of Banking, and has joined the Maker’s Mill board of directors. Jami resides in Wolfeboro with her family.

Kathy Fairman

Ms. Fairman is president and owner of the Wolfeboro Trolley Company (co-founder 1987) and Endicott Corner LLC, a commercial real estate entity in Wolfeboro. She serves on the Wolfeboro Economic Development Committee (member since 2013,) and is a graduate of the UNH Extension’s Economic Development Academy. A NH small business owner for 40 years she co-founded The Laker newspaper in 1984 where she served as editor/vice-president. Following graduation from Suffolk University, Boston in 1974 she began her career as a  reporter/assistant editor for the Granite States News then served as Public Affairs/News Director for WASR. She is a member of the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce and recipient of the 2017 Wolfeboro Chamber’s General James Wolfe Award for Outstanding Service and Dedication, and the Lakes Region Tourism Association’s 2023 Lifetime Tourism Award. She lives in Alton and has two adult children and four grandchildren.

Laura Colbath

Ms. Colbath is a life-long resident of Wakefield. She currently serves as the Market Manager of the Sanbornville branch of Profile
Bank. Ms. Colbath is also a board member of the Wakefield Food Pantry, the Wakefield Chamber of Commerce, and the Hazel
MacBrien Nursery school. She lives in Sanbornville with her fiancé and two children.

Monika O'Clair

Monika serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro with over 20 years of experience in healthcare. As Chief Strategy Officer, she oversees strategic planning, communication, compliance, quality, risk, community health, philanthropy, patient advocacy, project management and more. Monika serves on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Lakes Region Housing Coalition, the Public Health Leadership Council Executive Committee for Carroll County and NH’s State Health Assessment & State Health Improvement Plan Committee. Monika has lived in New Hampshire for over two decades after having lived the first half of her life in multiple places in the world as a military (Army) child. She currently lives in East Wakefield with her spouse – a native of Tuftonboro – and their three dogs (by the time you read this, she likely has more dogs).


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