People of ACTR

Board of Directors

Adam Lougee, Chair, ACRPC Representative

Adam is the Executive Director of the Addison County Regional Planning Commission. He has been a member of the Board of Directors since July 2000. Adam served as Chair of the Board from September 2001 through September 2006, and resumed the position in January 2015.

Frank Mazza, Vice-Chair, Human Services Representative

Frank is recently retired as Manager of the State of Vermont Middlebury office of Child and Family Services – Economic Services Division. He has been a longtime supporter of public transportation. After a long absence, this is Frank’s second stint on the ACTR Board of Directors, on which he has been since October 2005. Frank is currently Vice-Chair of the Board, having served in that role since May 2009.

Naomi Drummond, Secretary, Bristol Representative

Naomi is a former teacher and intake coordinator at Vermont Adult Learning and a long-time user of the ACTR transportation system. Naomi is also a representative of the system riders. She has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2004, representing Bristol. Naomi is currently Secretary of the Board, having served in that role since September 2006.

Donna Donahue, Treasurer, Middlebury Representative

Donna is a member of the Business Development Department of the National Bank of Middlebury and former director of Better Middlebury Partnership. She holds a B.A. in English and has extensive experience in sales and marketing. She previously provided leadership for the Moses Greely Parker Library in Dracut, MA and was Head Librarian of Notre Dame Academy in Tyngsboro, MA. She left her position as Vice President of Sales for an industrial firm to move to Vermont so she and her husband Miles could be closer to their grandchildren.

Doug Adams, Middlebury College Representative

Doug is Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Center for Campus Activities and Leadership at Middlebury College. He lives in Middlebury with his wife Claire and son James. Doug has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2009.

Diane Lanpher, Vergennes Representative

Diane is a Representative to the Vermont Legislature for the Vergennes/Ferrisburgh/Addison region, having been elected in November 2008. She is on the House Transportation Committee. She is also a former Vergennes City Council member and works as a representative of Horace Mann Insurance. Diane has been a member of the Board of Directors since September 2008.

Renny Perry, At-Large Representative
Renny has been a member of the board since November 2014.

Gale Hurd, At-Large Representative
Gale is a community activist who worked in the Addison County State’s Attorney’s office as an advocate for crime victims. She was president of the Vermont School Boards Association and served for 13 years on the Weybridge Selectboard. Gale is currently on the Weybridge Planning Commission; assistant treasurer of the Weybridge Congregational Church; a board member and volunteer for the Open Door Clinic; a board member for EastView at Middlebury and works on props for the Opera Company of Middlebury and the Middlebury Community Players. Gale’s son, Ethan Fenn, is a lawyer, a hockey goalie, and a future math teacher. Gale has been a member of ACTR’s board since January 2015.

Ann Jones-Weinstock, Middlebury Representative

Ann is the Director of Development for Graduate and Special Programs at Middlebury College and a long-time advocate for community transportation. In her former role as Director of Community Initiatives at Vermont manufacturer Renewable NRG Systems, she was part of a collaboration with the ACTR, CCTA, the Town of Hinesburg, and local volunteers and businesses to secure Route 116 commuter bus service. Ann has been a member of the Board of Directors since April 2011.

Ed McGuire, New Haven Representative

Ed is a resident of New Haven, a retired Mount Abraham Middle School math teacher, a retired United States Coast Guard officer, and a civil/mechanical engineer. Ed has been a member of the Board of Directors since October 2012.

Management Team

Jim Moulton, Executive Director Jim’s biography

Shari Lutton, Human Resources/Facilty Manager Shari’s biography

Stephanie Stearns, Program Manager Stephanie’s biography

ACTR Operations ManagerJim Tomaino, Operations Manager JT’s biography

ACTR Finance ManagerGordy Marsh, Finance Manager Gordy’s biography

Mary Claire-1Mary-Claire Crogan, Community Relations Manager Mary-Claire’s biography

Community Transportation Center Staff

Office Staff photos

ACTR Bus Drivers

  • Alex Kovalchuk
  • Amy Johnson
  • Bonnie Swan
  • Carl Reynolds
  • Cheyanne Warner
  • Chris Morris
  • Chris Scherer
  • Craig Bingham
  • Dave Kimball
  • Dawn Thibault
  • George Forrest
  • Ken Foerch
  • Kirk Chandler
  • Larry O’Donnell
  • Maggie Surprenant
  • Norm Booska
  • Ralph Johnson
  • Scott Bougor

Bus Maintenance Technicians

  • Heath Reynolds
  • Cory Dragon

Volunteer Drivers

  • Leon Aubin
  • Meril Badger
  • Monique Bedard
  • Debra Brace
  • Wayland Brace
  • David Breen
  • Cindy Burnett
  • Ricky Burnett
  • Juliet Burroughs
  • Bob Chatfield
  • Judith Clark
  • Caroline Delisle
  • Corie Dematties
  • Michael Emilio
  • Lynn Finch
  • Art Flemings
  • Hazel Grant
  • Clarence Hallock
  • Guy Hallock
  • Wilma Hallock
  • Bob Holmes
  • Maxine Kimball
  • Wally Kimball
  • Tom Larkin
  • Reggie Larose
  • Robin Lebeau-Little
  • Tad Manila
  • Barry Meader
  • Scott Myrick
  • Elizabeth Oettinger
  • Tom Pinsonneault
  • David Quesnel
  • Sheila Rheaume
  • Joe Rivers
  • Cindi Rose
  • Bert Sargent
  • David Snow
  • Mark Sotiriou
  • Rich Surprenant
  • Teja Tanner
  • Sandy Tebbetts
  • Ken Terrien
  • David Williams

ACTR Sponsors 2014-2015

Addison County Regional Planning Commission
AFT/Porter Nurses
Better Middlebury Partnership
Bristol Financial Services
Carol’s Hungry Mind Cafe
Champlain Valley Equipment
Cooperative Insurance Co.
County Tire
Courtyard by Marriott
EastView at Middlebury
English, Carroll & Boe, P.C.
Green Peppers Restaurant
Ilsley Library
The Image Farm, Inc.
Main Street Stationery
Middlebury College
Middlebury Dental Group
Middlebury Eye Associates
Middlebury Natural Foods Co-Op
Monument Farms Dairy
National Bank of Middlebury
North Branch School
Open Door Clinic
OpTrans LLC
Phelps Engineering
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England
Rainbow Pediatrics
Renaissance Development Corp.
Residence at Otter Creek
Sama’s Cafe & Market
Town and Country Homes
Two Brothers Tavern
UTC Aerospace Systems
VT Coffee
Vermont Adult Learning
Vermont Health Connect


Career Opportunities at ACTR

Thank you for your interest in Addison County Transit Resources. ACTR is an AA/EO employer. We offer a unique work environment that reflects our organization’s mission, values and high standards of quality service.

ACTR currently has an opening for a Bus Driver.
Application details for Bus Driver position

ACTR is recruiting a Regional Director to oversee daily operations.
Application details for Regional Director position

ACTR/STSI is hiring a Trainer. Application details for Trainer position

No phone calls please

Direct resumes and questions to:
Human Resources Manager
Addison County Transit Resources
297 Creek Road
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Or via email to:

Career Opportunities at Stagecoach

STSI is recruiting a part-time CDL Class B or C with passenger endorsement bus driver for the Bradford area. Application details for part-time Bus Driver position.

Direct resumes and questions to:
Human Resources Manager
Addison County Transit Resources
297 Creek Road
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Or via email to:

Stagecoach is an AA/EO Employer

Volunteer Drivers for ACTR

ACTR is always looking for volunteer drivers. Our volunteer drivers provide an invaluable service for Addison County. Many residents need to get to medical appointments or buy food or have access to other critical services but have no transportation of their own and cannot use our buses.

Driver benefits

As a volunteer driver for ACTR you give your time but receive many benefits in return:

  • Reimbursement at the federal mileage rate for all miles driven
  • Discounts on tires and service at County Tire Center
  • Additional liability insurance coverage over and above your vehicle insurance
  • Medical insurance coverage if you are accidentally injured outside of your vehicle
  • Access to free driver training courses and potential vehicle insurance discounts

And, most importantly you will feel good about helping those in need! Volunteer drivers play a crucial role in our organization. Interested in becoming a volunteer driver? Download volunteer packet here, call (802)388-ACTR(2287) or email

Connect with your community by joining the ACTR Volunteer Driver Team – you will find it a rewarding experience!

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