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Roger Bollman

In 1999, Roger Bollman and his wife, Jane, moved from Towson to Easton, following Lon’s 39-year career with Bethlehem Steel at Sparrow Point where he retired as Chief of Technology. They lived in Easton’s historic district for 22 years before moving to Londonderry in 2021.

Lon has been very active in the community, volunteering with the Easton Historic District Commission, Historic Cemeteries of Easton, Talbot Historical Society, Town of Easton Tree Board, Trappe Landing Farm & Nature Sanctuary, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy, Shore Rivers, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Talbot County Public Works Advisory Commission, and Christ Church.

His interests lie in boating, biking, travel, tennis, and squash. Through traveling and volunteering, Lon has developed a great appreciation for Talbot County and the Town of Easton.

Since moving to Londonderry, Lon has been a member of the Landscaping Committee, the ad hoc committee to report on Easton Point and Rail Trail development plans, the wine-making group, and the beer-making group. He contributes to the Londonderry community as a resident board member by focusing on governance and finance, as well as resident communication and transparency.