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Stories of Montrose

Sharing our enthusiasm for the cultural heritage of Montrose, Pennsylvania!

A Bull Story

By: Vickie Calby∼MRC Board Member∼ L et it be known, before we start, this is a true Bull Story. After an adult beverage one

Our Bloggers

Meet the MRC Social Media Committee

Vickie Calby

Vickie Calby is a lifelong member of the Montrose community; if you don’t count the four years she spent in Tennessee. A lover of books, Vickie was a Sales Rep. for Penguin Group for 15 years. She volunteers as a Board member of the Montrose Restoration Committee as well as serving on the Board of the Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband enjoy entertaining and travel.

Kimberly Davenport

Kimberly Davenport grew up in Montrose, Pennsylvania and is a volunteer for the Montrose Restoration Committee (MRC). She currently teaches English and journalism at Blue Ridge High School, and is the advisor for the school’s online newspaper. Kimberly loves traveling, spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She is the editor for “Stories of Montrose.”

John B. Eidenier

John lives in Montrose, PA with his wife Joan. He is a published writer and a prolific painter and photographer. His paintings have received recognition in juried shows. John enjoys tennis and feeding the backyard birds. John holds a BA degree in Philosophy and an MPA degree.

Doug Overfield

Doug is a native of Montrose, PA, graduating from Montrose Area High School and is a local business owner and partner of JDE Salon. He is both a barber-teacher and cosmetologist and is a state board barber evaluator. As a Montrose Restoration Committee board member both Doug and his wife Gail enjoy being active in the local community.

Hillori L. Schenker

Hillori L. Schenker is a newcomer to Montrose and the Montrose Restoration Committee. She has a background in architectural history and degrees in historic preservation and history. Because of the town’s history and heritage, she and her husband fell in love with the town and moved north from the Washington, D.C. Metro Area. Hillori teaches social studies at the Montrose Area School District. In her spare time, she volunteers with the Susquehanna County Historical Society, works on her rehabilitated home, and travels with her husband.