Wayne Krevetski received a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Fairfield University in 1972. He began my career with the State of Connecticut in the Department of Mental Retardation retiring as a Program Supervisor in 2003. He and his wife, Kathleen, moved to Rutland, Vermont in 2005 where they continue to live. In the spring of 2006 they saw a notice in the paper for the Killington Section’s Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner. He went to the meeting and dinner, was elected to the Section’s Board of Directors, and has been an active member of the section ever since!
Since retirement, he has been lucky enough to Thru-hike the Appalachian Trail, End-to-End the Long Trail, hiked the Northville Placid Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail. His hike of the AT was life changing and kindled a desire in him to give back to the hiking community. It is that desire that fuels his interest in the GMC. In addition to serving on the GMC’s Board and the Trail Management Committee, he continues to serve on the Section’s board, currently as Vice-President and was a past Board Member of the Appalachian Long Distance Hiker’s Association. He looks forward to working with the Club for some time to come.