The CCA Board of Trustees manages the maintenance and use of the Crosswicks Community House and its grounds. They hold their monthly meeting on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00pm at the Crosswicks Community House. The monthly meeting is open to CCA board members and CCA auxiliary members. Others may attend by invitation only. Contact the board at 609-379-2342
Board of Trustees
Dan is a lifelong resident of Crosswicks. He graduated from William Paterson University with a B.A. in History and English. He first joined the CCA board as a junior trustee in 2015 and became the youngest trustee in the Associations 100-year history when he became a full board member the following year at age 17. Dan had previously served as Secretary before making the jump to President in 2022. Other organizations Dan is active in included serving as a leader for BSA Troops 55 and 55G, The Historic Burlington County Prison Museum Association, and the Chesterfield Township Historical Society, where he serves as Recording Secretary. When Dan isn't in Crosswicks, he can often be found around the Trenton Thunder Ballpark. Dan is proud of his hometown and is honored to keep many of its historic traditions alive with the CCA board.
Jim has a passion for the arts and earned his B.A. in Broadcasting with a minor in History. Although he still moonlights with an occasional acting role, the focus of his attention is sensitive restorations and renovations of historic homes in North Jersey. When Jim is not off at work, he is in his own historic home in Crosswicks with his wife Donna and daughter Tierney. You could also find him at the Crosswicks Community House pitching in across projects and programs.
Peter is originally from Philadelphia and is a graduate of St. Joseph’s University. He moved to the Crosswicks area in 1988. At that time, he was employed as a product manager in metals distribution. In 1995, Peter purchased a regional pipe distribution business then, in 2008, retired upon the sale of that company. He joined the CCA Board of Trustees in 2011 and handles rentals and many of the day-to-day operations. Peter is married to Heidi Setz-Kelly and they have three grown children: Christopher, Andrew and Liam, Setz-Kelly
Aisling O'Hara Hall
Aisling is resident of Crosswicks. She joined the CCA board in 2016
Suruchi is a resident of Chesterfield. She joined the CCA board in 2021.
Tim is a resident of Crosswicks on Buttonwood Street. He joined the CCA board in 2020. Prior to moving to Chesterfield in 2018, he lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he grew up. Tim is a HR professional by day, trivia junkie and history buff by night. In addition to volunteering for several organizations, he collects presidential campaign memorabilia and Uncle Sam Americana.
Friends Meeting Relations Committee
Chris joined the Community House board as a representative of the Crosswicks Friends Meeting House in 2018. He moved into Chesterfield with his wife Laura and two kids, Jack and Katie in 2009 and fell in love with the Crosswicks small town traditions and wonderful community organizations. Other areas of service include the Crosswicks Library Board (2011-2017), support for the Chesterfield Harvest Festival as general helper and yearly coordinator of the Chili Contest and co-founder of the Interfaith Community Builders (ICB) an outgrowth of the Friends Peace and Social Action committee. As a member of the ICB Chris helps plan and support the yearly Juneteenth Jubilee on the historic grounds of the Crosswicks Meeting House.
Jack has lived in Chesterfield for 15 years. He joined the Crosswicks Community Association in 2021 as a junior trustee and became a full board member in 2023. A Graduate of both Chesterfield Elementary School and Northern Burlington High School, Jack is currently pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability at Rowan College at Burlington County and will be transferring to Rowan University this coming academic year. As a member of the board, Jack looks to better the CCA while bringing a younger perspective on community events.
Chartered Unit Representative
Chuck Brick is a lifelong resident of Crosswicks. He serves as a non-voting CCA trustee representing BSA Pack 55, Troop 55 and 55G. Chuck was a founding member of Troop 55 in 1951. He has previously served on Township Committee and as Mayor of Chesterfield Township. He has been married to Tina for 53 years. They have two grown children and four grandchildren.
Jeff has lived in the Chesterfield area for over 40 years. Married with 3 children (2 survive), he graduated from LaSalle Univ. in 1970 and Rutgers Univ. in 1973, earning a Masters Degree in Social Work. He retired in 2002, after 32 years of state service, as Assistant Commissioner of Operations for the New Jersey Department of Corrections. During those years he served as Administrator of the Garden State Correctional Facility in Chesterfield from 1990-1999. Jeff continued working as a School Social Worker for the Bordentown School District from 2003 until his "final" retirement in 2012. He now serves the community as the highly esteemed Head Wicket Master for the Crosswicks Croquet Classic.
Chairperson of the friends Meeting Relation Committee
Laurie is one of two Community Association trustees who represent the Crosswicks Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). As a retired educator who taught in the Bordentown Regional School district, Laurie volunteers as a First Day School teacher (Sunday School) at the Crosswicks Quaker Meeting. She and her husband Don live on Main Street in Crosswicks and have a grown son David, daughter-in-law Kate, and grandchildren Vivienne and Drake.
Laura has lived in Crosswicks for over 6 years and began her term as a trustee in 2021 as a way to contribute to our unique community. Laura worked as a planner and in real estate research before following her passion to become an educator. She and her husband Roman live on Ellisdale Road and have three grown sons, Roman, Gavin, and PJ. When she's not serving the families of the Monroe Township school district, she's likely to be found in the garden or the gym.
Mary was born in Crosswicks, but grew up in North Hanover. After moving five times in 10 years, she settled back in Crosswicks in 1997. She joined the Community Association board in 1999, serving as Secretary from 2001 to 2003. She left the board in 2012, but joined up again in 2020. Mary is a past member of the Crosswicks Library board and current member of the Chesterfield Township Ladies Auxiliary and the Chesterfield Township Alliance Against Substance Abuse. She is a graduate of Trenton State College (TCNJ) and currently works for the Bordentown School District with special education students. She is married to Tim (native Crosswickian) and has 2 grown children - Ben and Dan.
Auxiliary Board Members