People at the SLCHA
Trent Trulock has been the St Lawrence County Historian and Executive Director of the St Lawrence County Historical Association since 1997. A native of Indiana, Trent has a BA in Anthropology from Indiana University and a MA in Anthropology from the University of Colorado. His Masters program focused on museums and education, and he has worked in the museum field since 1989.
In his capacity as County Historian and Executive Director of the SLCHA Trent spends his days answering questions on county history and historic preservation, giving history presentations and tours, working with other historians in the county and the state, representing the county and the SLCHA at history celebrations, overseeing the daily operation and finances of the SLCHA, writing grants, and working with SLCHA's members, volunteers and the general public to preserve St Lawrence County's history. When he is not working, Trent enjoys life in the North Country with his wife Cindy and daughter Emma.
J. Susanne (Sue) Longshore has been employed at the SLCHA since September 1996. A native of Central New York, she has a BA in History from SUNY Geneseo and completed course work at Duquesne University towards an MA in History with a concentration in Museum and Archival Studies. As SLCHA Collections Manager, she is responsible for the care and documentation of all artifacts in the museum collection as well as curating exhibits. Her other areas of responsibility include publication of The St. Lawrence Chronicler, membership management, coordination of special events and serving as Deputy St. Lawrence County Historian. When not immersed in local history, Sue enjoys her home in Coopers Falls with husband Joe and sons Noah and Jonah.
JeanMarie Martello is the Archives Manager. She started working in the archives in late October of 2002. She does research fulfilling requests for information, helps people who come in to do historical or genealogical research, and maintains the archives.
Photos © 2003 - 2008 by Joe Makowiec and SLCHA