1968 graduate Parsons College, B.A. Psychology. Vice president for new business development, 3M Co., Key Bank, Bank Boston, First America Bank. 501C3 board member for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Parsons College alumni Association, Parsons College Foundation. Hyland Home Owners Association. 2019 inducted into the Parsons College Wall of Honor, humanitarian, and volunteer achievements. John was introduced to skiing at Hickory as a young boy. He states, “ I have an inherent love for the mountain and its potential as a year-round recreational center for the benefit of youth, and their families.”
"Hickory, absolutely more fun than it should be!"
Owner of the local retail giant, Saratoga Olive Oil Co., Clint brings extensive business and marketing experience to the Hickory board. His connection to Hickory runs deep. He learned to ski at Hickory as a child. His father learned to ski at Hickory as a child and his grandfather, and namesake, was part of the early beginnings at the mountain. Clint states, "Hickory runs through my veins. When I was asked to join the board it was a no-brainer. Hickory shaped me in such a positive way and I want other children to experience the magic of Hickory as I did".
Is a 1987 Warrensburg HS Graduate and a lifelong resident of Warrensburg. He lives with his wife Jenifer and his kids Jordan, Jennasys and Jonah. He is a 3rd Generation Smokologist at Oscar's Smokehouse located in Warrensburg, NY. Joq skied Hickory when he was a pre-teen. Joq has a passion for quality local businesses to succeed and brings this passion to Hickory Hill.
Stephanie currently resides in Clifton Park with my husband Josh, daughter Madylin (15), daughter Jacklyn (13) and dog Oliver (3). She is a partner at the law firm of Bartlett Pontiff Stewart & Rhodes, PC in Glens Falls, New York. Her first experience skiing was at Hickory on 1/1/83 -with hand-me-down equipment from the Connells- unmatched clothing- and my entire family learning how to ski the Bunny Hop all at the same time. Her life changed forever that day. After that, every weekend of winter was spent at Hickory with Dunkin Donuts for breakfast with Marie’s hot chocolate and homemade chili for lunch that we had in our wooden backpack that we carted up to the lodge. Her family would get season tickets by putting in workdays religiously with a group that became our Hickory family. Her father did serve on the Board and, at a time, President. She brags to all she meets in the Greater Glens Falls area on how she learned to ski at Hickory. Any locals are always impressed and usually have a story of their Hickory experience. She can confidently say that she may not be great at sports, but her teenage girls can attest that she sure can ski!
Stephanie recalls a favorite Hickory memory, Her late father who at the end of a day at Hickory, as he was pulling out of the parking lot would ask, "Hey how many times did you ski the Windfall today?" This started after her first visit at Hickory. And it would be appropriate to tell the group that she was the only one in her family who Ski Patrol took down the mountain on the toboggan. Just once, though.
Tony Stein is a third-generation Owner/Director of Camp Echo Lake and founder of The Lodge on Echo Lake. Tony's family has been members of the Warrensburg community since 1946. He is excited to be a part of the rejuvenation of Hickory and looks forward to playing a role in creating a space in Warrensburg that will allow the community to enjoy the unique outdoor space at Hickory. Tony states, "Hickory is as a real "hidden gem" of Warrensburg. Its location - and possibilities - are intriguing and exciting."