Larry St. Pierre
The Attleboro Land Trust honors the life of Larry St.
Pierre, who passed away on March 20.
Larry played a key role in the founding of the Attleboro
Land Trust in 1990 and was the author of its charter. He had served
continuously on our board of directors ever since. He was president from
1991 to 1994 and 1997 to 2001, chaired the land acquisition committee
from 2001 to 2006, and served in various other roles over the years
including secretary and vice president.
Larry was instrumental in preserving hundreds of acres
of conservation land in Attleboro, including the Colman Reservation, the
Anthony Lawrence Wildlife Preserve, the Phil and Ginny Leach Wildlife
Sanctuary, Larson Woodland, the Milton and Myrtle Veno Nature Preserve,
Vaughan Memorial Forest, Uriah's Marsh, and Nickerson Walking Woods
Larry was president of the land trust when we acquired
our first preserve, the Colman Reservation, in 1992 and is shown in the
photo below at the property's dedication ceremony held in 1993.
Board Members and Guests at the
Dedication of the Colman Reservation in 1993: Larry St. Pierre
(President), Joanne Wright, George Largess, Carol Haslehurst
(Treasurer), Shanthi Raam, Adele B. Colman, Mayor Judith Robbins, Robert
Schoch (Secretary), Ron Carlson (Vice President), Charlie Adler
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11 November 2016
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