Preservation Bath recently welcomed Claudia Trinca of Bacova, left, and Glen Criser of Warm Springs, right, as newly-elected members of its Board of Directors. The board met Monday, Feb. 26, to continue planning for the Warm Springs Historic District and to decide its next steps related to saving and restoring the Bath Houses at the Warm Springs Pools (Photo Courtesy William K. Jones)
WARM SPRINGS — Claudia Trinca of Bacova and Glen Criser of Warm Springs are the newest members of the Preservation Bath Board of Directors.
They began their three-year terms in January.
“We are very grateful that Claudia and Glen accepted our offer to join the board,” said Preservation Bath President Philip Deemer. “They bring fresh ideas, and we will value hearing their thoughts about how we can move forward with our programs.”
The Preservation Bath board met Monday to continue planning for the Warm Springs Historic District and to discuss the next steps related to saving and restoring the Bath Houses at the Warm Springs Pools.
“They join us at a particularly important time,” said Lee Elliott, vice president of Preservation Bath. “The future of the Bath Houses at the Warm Springs Pools is very uncertain. Claudia and Glen’s love of the pools make them excellent additions to the board.”
The Preservation Bath Board of Directors includes: President Philip M. Deemer, Warm Springs; Vice Presi-dent/Secretary Lee Elliott of Warm Springs; Treasurer William K. Jones, Warm Springs; Danny Cardwell, Hot Springs; Glen Criser, Warm Springs; Perlista Y. Henry, Warm Springs; Annette Kirby, Warm Springs; Scott D. Miller, Burnsville; Ruth Selden-Sturgill, Warm Springs; and Claudia Trinca, Bacova. The Board of Advisors includes Ted Armbrecht, Charleston, W.Va.; Hella Armstrong, Hot Springs; Lucius Bracey, Charlottesville; John Braymer, Richmond; Phebe Cambata, Charlottesville; Cary Carson, Williamsburg; Marc Koslen, Warm Springs; Elizabeth Kostelny, Richmond; Michael Wildasin, Millboro; Janice McWilliams, Warm Springs; Sarah McWilliams, Millboro; William Murtagh, Sarasota, Fla.; John Reddick, New York, N.Y.; Meade Snyder, Warm Springs; John Var-daman, Washington, D.C. Preservation Bath’s Virginia Department of Historic Resources liaison is Julie Langan, DHR director and state historic preservation officer, Richmond.
Preservation Bath is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Bath County’s cultural and architectural heritage.