Our Amazing Board of Directors

We take great pride in doing whatever we can to preserve the history of our township. Meet the individuals that make it all happen. 

The Team


Lisa Siegel


Lisa was born and raised in Montgomery Township. She is the daughter of the late C. Howard “Bud” Knapp Jr. and enjoyed countless hours growing up on the Knapp Farm.


Evan Wells

Vice President

Evan Wells grew up in Downingtown, PA before moving to North Wales in 2012. He works in the marketing technology software industry as a Solutions Engineer. His passion for history was instilled by his parents who have restored multiple 19th-century homes on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. 

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Susan Gordon

Program Chairman/Newsletter Editor

Sue was a founding member of MTHS, and has served in a variety of leadership positions including President, VP, program chairman and newsletter editor (2004-present). She is also current chair of the Collections Committee.


Roy Rodriguez


A charter member of MTHS, Roy was first elected to the Board in 1989. He has served as both VP and Treasurer. Roy worked with the township zoning committee to write an ordinance which created an historic overlay zoning district; that paved the way for the successful preservation of many historic homes, including Knapp Farm


Ginny Bailey


Ginny has been a resident of Montgomery Township since she was two years old and currently works for the township. Ginny’s father was former Police Chief Bruce Bailey.


Patricia Moyer Graham


Patricia is the daughter of Lisa Knapp Siegel and granddaughter of the late C. Howard “Bud” Knapp Jr. 

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Joan Hurd


Long time township resident, Joan, lives in one of the oldest historic homes in the township. She taught school for many years before returning from the North Penn School District. Joan has been a board member for almost two decades, including a multiple year term as Treasurer.


Jesse Hurd


Jesse has been an active MTHS board member for almost 3 decades. He enjoys township history, researching deeds and his sharing his extensive knowledge of construction and building maintenance (especially of 18th century houses like his) with the group.

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Andrea Duffy


Andrea’s name is familiar to many area residents because she has served as the District Judge for Montgomery Township (and part of Hatfield Township) since 2012. Andrea has resided in the township since 2008;
she enjoys local history and was elected to the MTHS Board in 2021.


Debbie Cummins


Debbie has been a resident of Montgomeryville since 1988, a member of MTHS since 1991 and a board member since 1995.

Connor Duffy


Connor graduated from North Penn High School and is now a student at Montgomery County Community College, working towards the goal of a bachelor’s degree in History. Connor also serves as a tour guide and social media volunteer at Fort Mifflin on the Delaware in Philadelphia.