Paul E. George, Chairman

John R. Hayes, Jr., Vice Chairman

Stephen J. O’Leary, III, Vice Chairman

Daniel E. Smith, Vice Chairman

John H. Abbott, Treasurer

Alison Nolan, Secretary

W. Karl Baker

Richard D. Batchelder, Jr.

Bruce A. Blessington

Nirav G. Desai

Benjamin M. Faucett

Paul B. Ferraro

The Honorable Philip C. Garber

CAPT Thomas V. Hennessey, Jr., USN (Ret.)

Daniel Kaufman

Nancy Kelleher

Thomas A. Kershaw

Dennis J. Langwell

CAPT Mary Jo Majors, NC, USN (Ret.)

Kevin C. McGrath

The Honorable James F. McHugh, III

Frank Morse

Paul K. Mutch

William Phipps Rice, Jr.

Jennifer Rossi, Ph.D.

Lois Siegelman

Megan Sniffin-Marinoff

Matthew P. Stackpole

Jessica Stebbins

Taylor B. Wagenseil

CDR Christopher S. Wiseman, USN (Ret.)

Chairman's Council

James C. Stokes, Immediate Past Chairman

John Rowe

G. West Saltonstall

Samuel Thorne

Alexander Washburn

Life Trustees

Robert J. Allison

Margaret M. Benson

C. William Carey 

Philip C. Chadwick

David D. Corbett

Lee C. Costello

RADM Raymond R. Couture, USNR (Ret.)

Herbert P. Dane

Ronald M. Egalka 

VADM George W. Emery, USN (Ret.)

William M. Fowler, Jr.

William B. Frothingham, Jr.

James B. Hawkes

The Honorable Barry D. Hoffman

Gary P. Kearney, M.D.

William C. Kelley, Jr.

James Kras

Anthony M. Lovell

Rashaun J. Martin

William Martin

Paul F. McDonough, Jr.

Lawrence L. McGlynn

Patricia L. McGlynn

Sherman “Pat” Morss, Jr.

John D. Mulattieri

Jeremiah P. Murphy, Jr.

LCDR Thomas F. Norton, CEC, USN (Ret.)

Frederick G. Pfannenstiehl

H. Lewis Rapaport

Suzanne S. Reid

William P. Rice

Mary Beth Sandman

Harvey Steinberg

Timothy L. Vaill

John A. Whelan

William H. White

Pearl Harbor Commemoration

December 7, 2019

The Museum partnered with the National Parks of Boston and the City of Boston’s Department of Veterans Services for the annual Pearl Harbor attack commemoration ceremony.  Museum President Anne Grimes Rand, Superintendent Michael Creasey, and David Wu from the City of Boston Veteran’s Services department offered welcoming remarks. Museum Life Trustee, best-selling author, and historian William Martin served as the guest speaker, sharing reflections from visits to Pearl Harbor and the experience of visiting the memorials that remain in the harbor today. Following the program at the Museum, guests processed to USS Cassin Young, led by Constitution’s color guard, for brief remarks, a wreath laying, 21-gun salute, and the playing of Taps.