With deep appreciation we recognize Tom Hopkins as he ends his second term as a trustee of the Plymouth Harbor Foundation Board of Trustees. A charter trustee of the Foundation, he was instrumental in drafting the Operating Agreement and filing the final documents to establish the Foundation in the spring of 2012. In addition to his two terms on the Foundation Board, Tom also served six years on the Board of Trustees for Plymouth Harbor, Inc. — four years as Chair.
His loyalty to the governance of Plymouth Harbor is second only to the contributions he has made over the years to help make Plymouth Harbor what it is today. His quiet and diligent leadership are impressive and have proved extremely effective. During his service, the Wellness Center was conceived, funded, and completed. The rejuvenation of Pilgrim Hall was planned, funded, and completed. He also served during the planning and groundbreaking of the Northwest Garden Building, scheduled to open late this year.
We extend a fond farewell and huge thanks to Tom Hopkins for his loyal and valuable service to The Plymouth Harbor Foundation. We will most certainly miss you.
“Tom Hopkins has definitely left his thumbprint on Plymouth Harbor, and for this we will forever be grateful,” stated Harry Hobson during a recent meeting.
At the January annual meeting of the Foundation Board, Cade Sibley was re-elected to Chair, Harry Hobson to Vice Chair, and Garry Jackson to Secretary/Treasurer. We welcome and appreciate their leadership.