Edward "Bud" Holden
Bud has worked for 48 Years in Healthcare administration, first at Hunt Hospital in Danvers and currently at Northeast Health in Beverly, MA. He is also a retired Police Officer with 32 years of service in Topsfield. Other volunteer positions include 14 years as a Governor-appointed Trustee at Hogan Regional Center. Bud is the father of four children and has resided in Danvers for 62 years.

Vice President

Richard Wallace


Glenn Dagley
Glenn is a native of Danvers and has resided in town for 50+ years. As a history buff and a nearby neighbor of Walnut Grove, Glenn enjoys serving on the Board of Trustees as a way to give back to his community. Glenn lives with his wife in Danvers.


Daniel Mahoney
A longtime resident of the North Shore, Dan has owned and operated a financial planning practice in Danvers affiliated with Ameriprise Financial for over 20 years. He is licensed to conduct business in Massachusetts and 13 other states. Dan earned his degree in Finance at North Adams State College in 1986. He is very involved in the Danvers Community serving on the Board of Trustees at the Walnut Grove Cemetery as well as at Holy Trinity United Methodist where he serves as the Chairman of that board. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, running and bike riding and is involved in other activities at his church as well.


Nicholas Cameles
Nicholas is a lifelong resident of Danvers. He owns and operates his family business, Sunnyside Bowladrome, which has been a fixture in the town since 1950. His position on the Board at Walnut Grove also carries on a family tradition of community service and involvement.

Ronald Moulton
Ron, a lifetime resident of Danvers, attended the Danvers Public School System, and studied at Hawthorne College in NH and Northshore Community College in their aviation programs. He is a licensed pilot. He worked for Fairview Machine Company in Topsfield for 27 years and has been with the Sleepnet Corp. in Hampton for the past 10 years as a Manufacturing Manager. He is married with three grown children.

William P. O'Neill
William was born and currently lives on the North Shore, having resided in Danvers for 40 years. He graduated from Northeastern University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and has worked primarily in construction with some structural design. William has served the Town of Danvers and volunteered in many capacities including as Assessor, as a member of the Building Committee for the Danvers police station, and as a member of the Building Committee for the Danvers police station, as well as on the Board of Walnut Grove.

Marcus Sidmore
Joining the board in 2015, Marcus has worked in higher education administration for the past 20 years. A longtime Danvers resident, he lives with his wife and daughter in the historic Highlands. In his spare time Marcus enjoys playing guitar, walking his beagle Amos, and biking the Danvers Rail Trail with his daughter.

Peter Yetman
Peter is also a lifelong resident of Danvers and worked for the Danvers Electric Light Department for 20 years before taking a supervisor position at the Peabody Municipal Light Dept., where he was employed for 12 years. During that time, he also served as a Reserve Police Officer and dispatcher in Topsfield, MA. Peter has been on the Board of Trustees for 14 years and believes in the importance of supporting non-profit organizations and the community. Peter and his wife reside in Danvers, as do two of their six grown children and many extended family members.


Donald Tutko
Don is also a native son of Danvers and still lives in town. He has overseen the care and maintenance of Walnut Grove Cemetery for more than 25 years and is an invaluable source of knowledge about the cemetery and its operations.