Published DateHOLDERNESS — At their regular meeting on April 22 the Holderness Select Board members designated May 1, 2013 as Sid Lovett Day in Holderness in honor of his 85th birthday and his many years of service and kindness to the people of the Holderness area and the State of New Hampshire.
Born in Boston MA on May 1, 1928, Reverend Lovett graduated from Yale University in 1950 and Union Theological Seminary in 1953. He served as senior minister in churches in Illinois and Virginia.
He has spent many of eight-five years in Holderness and served three years as a member of the Holderness Select Board. Representative Lovett is currently serving his fourth term as a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives.
Lovett is an honorary director of the New Hampshire Lakes Association, a director of the Lakes
Region Charitable Foundation and several other non-profit boards. He received a presidential
appointment to the inaugural board of directors of the U.S. Institute of Peace.
The Select Board will host a recognition gathering prior to their next regular meeting on
Monday, May 6 at 4 p.m. at the town hall. Friends of Sid are welcome to attend.