EXECUTIVE BOARD

Past Presidents:

* deceased

  • 1939-40 Clarence Mader*
  • 1940-42 Whitford Hall*
  • 1942-43 G. Russell Wing*
  • 1944-45; 1952-53 Howard S. Swan*
  • 1945-46 Raymond Moreman*
  • 1946-47; 1949-50 Kenneth F. White*
  • 1947-48 Allen Lannom*
  • 1950-52 G. Willard Bassett*
  • 1953-54 Rolla Alford*
  • 1954-55 Winifred Sloop Hills*
  • 1955-57 Harold S. Confer*
  • 1957-59 David H. Lyman*
  • 1959-61 Richard A. Knox*
  • 1961-63 James McKelvy*
  • 1963-65 David G. Young*
  • 1965-67 John T. Burke*
  • 1967-69 Lois M. Wells*
  • 1969-71 David Thorsen
  • 1971-73 Helenclair Lowe*
  • 1973-75 Jonah Kliewer*
  • 1975-77 Thomas Osborne*
  • 1977-79 Dennis Krause
  • 1979-81 Marion Vree-Brown*
  • 1981-83 William Triplett*
  • 1983-85 Richard Messenger
  • 1985-88 Allan Robert Petker
  • 1988-90 Don G. Fontana*
  • 1990-92 Myron Tweed*
  • 1992-95 Larry K. Ball
  • 1995-97 David Leestma
  • 1997-99 Dan Sharp
  • 1999-2001 Peter Pocock
  • 2001-2003 Jan Sanborn
  • 2003-2005 Paul Plew
  • 2005-2007 Cortlandt Bender
  • 2007-2009 David Feit-Pretzer
  • 2009-2011 Helen Weed
  • 2011-2013 Peter Bates
  • 2013-2015 Linda White
  • 2015-2017 Chris Sillerud
 

COUNCIL OF CHAPTERS

Interested in Forming a New NACM Chapter?

In order to receive a charter as a new chapter, an application form signed by ten members or prospective members of NACM must be forwarded to the NACM office. The application form must be approved by both the Executive Board and by the Council of Chapters for the charter to be granted.

The suggested minimum number of officers for a new chapter are three: President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Additional board members may include chairs of Membership, Festivals, Workshops, Meeting Programs, Chaplain, Hospitality, Scholarships, as well as Newsletter Editor.

Chapters are generally formed with clear geographic boundaries. Chapters may encompass an entire state or region (Northern Virginia), several counties/parishes (Riverside/San Bernardino), a single county/parish (Orange County) or a portion of a large city (San Fernando Valley)

NACM is particularly interested in helping to form chapters where there currently is a group of church musicians who are meeting together informally and who would benefit from being part of a larger network.

To obtain an application form, email us at nacmhq@gmail.com