BCCWRT CORPORATE OFFICERS (Members at Large)
The corporate officers of The Bucks County Civil War Museum and Library, a subsidiary of The Bucks County Civil War Round Table, Inc., also include Members at Large, who's responsibilities include establishing the mission, budget approval and determining strategic direction of the organization. The Board of Directors and Members at Large meet quarterly and information on the organization and upcoming events are circulated in the Museum newsletter.
Dick Neddenriep has served on the board for five years and was president from 2010 through 2012. A retired research chemist, he has spoken at many Civil War events portraying Lt. Fretz of the 104th PA Regiment and is one of the docents for the Civil War cemetery tours in the borough of Doylestown.
George Hoffman, originally from New Jersey, spent the majority of his life in Virginia. A United States Marine Corps Veteran and a lifetime member of the Vietnam Veterans of America, he has been an active member in the BCCWRT for over six years. He also heads the Quarterly Round Table book review.
Harry Sotan is a retired businessman and historian with a lifelong interest in the American Civil War history. He has been member of the Bucks County Civil War Roundtable for ten years, and served as president in 2013-2014. He is also a member of the Civil War Heritage Foundation and an active docent at the Museum.
Dan De Santis is a retired surgeon and has been a member of the BCCRRT for ten years. He is involved with the Civil War Heritage Foundation and is the Great-Great-Grandson of Stand Watie, Brig. Gen. Mounted Cherokee Rifles, C.S.A.
Gerard E. “Gerry” Mayers has served on the board for six years and is currently Program Chairman for the BCCWRT and a docent at the museum. A graduate of St. John's University in English and History, Gerry is a published author and is active with the Civil War Heritage Foundation as a reenactor with Co C, “Johnson Guards,” Forty-fourth Georgia Volunteer Infantry.