Changing of the guard noted for Historic Christ Church & Museum

From left, Paula Stallard, Nathaniel McMaster and Robert Teagle comprise the new team at Historic Christ Church & Museum. Picture by Joe Moeller

by Shaune Lee

Those who work at historic sites do their best to preserve the past, but they are also among the first to admit that change is inevitable. Sometimes those changes can be welcome. At other times, they may be more bittersweet.

This past December, the Foundation for Historic Christ Church (FHCC) faced one such moment as Trish Geeson formally stepped down after 14 years of service and relinquished her duties as office manager and Burying Ground manager.

Executive director Robert Teagle called her both “a good friend and a respected colleague who gave her heart to Historic Christ Church & Museum (HCC&M) every day.” He praised her “dedication and passion” and her commitment to the foundation and its work.

Her willingness to do “any task great or small” made her “a dear friend to hundreds of volunteers and visitors alike” as she helped interact with…

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