Maura Davenport, Board Chair
Born 10/3/54 in St. Louis, MO. Raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. B.A in English in 1976 from The College of St. Catherine (St. Catherine University) in St. Paul, Minnesota. Married to Ken Davenport in 1977. Moved to Marquette in 1986. Stay home mom raising 4 children. Maura is a family practice physician married to Justin Edge, 2 children, living in Ennis, Montana. Kyle is an anesthesiologist in Green Bay, Wisconsin to be married in June 2017. Kelsey is Director of Nonproliferation Policy at the Arms Control Association in Washington DC, married to Dennis Fischer. Keith lives in Bozeman, Montana married to Kelly and is the lighting manager for Earth Elements in Bozeman. Other volunteer commitments are to St. Vincent DePaul, St. Michael Parish, Presque Isle Park Advisory Committee and Marquette Area Catholic Education Fund Board of Directors. Interests include hiking, skiing, biking, camping and yoga.
Anne Giroux, Vice Chair
Anne Giroux has served as Marquette County Treasurer since July 2007. She previously served as Director of Finance and Human Resources for the Marquette County Road Commission and as Business Manager for the County’s redevelopment of the former KI Sawyer Air Force Base. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Computer Information Systems and a Master of Public Administration degree both from Northern Michigan University. She serves as Chair of the Marquette County Land Bank Authority and Treasurer of the Marquette County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority. She also serves as President of the Michigan Association of County Treasurers, President of the Upper Peninsula Association of County Treasurers, Secretary of the Michigan Association of Land Banks and serves on the Board of Directors of the newly established Michigan Association of Brownfield Redevelopment Authorities. She is a member of the Ishpeming Downtown Development Authority and serves on the Neighborhood Improvement Committee for the City of Ishpeming. Anne has been involved with the Greater Ishpeming Area Community fund for 10 years, is an active member of Bethel Lutheran Church, and volunteers regularly for the Ishpeming Public Schools and Ishpeming Sports Booster Club.
Tom Humphrey, Treasurer
Tom Humphrey is a Vice President and Trust Officer of Northern Michigan Bank & Trust, having worked in that capacity since 1998. Prior to this, he served in a similar role for First of America Bank, beginning in 1990. He began his career as an investment advisor for Edward Jones. He is a graduate of Northern Michigan University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in Finance. Tom served two terms on the Marquette Board of Light and Power, including one year as Board Chairman. He is a parishioner of St. Peter Cathedral and is a member of its Finance Council. He has been a trustee of the Community Foundation of Marquette County since 2012 and has served on its Finance Committee since 1996.
Judy Vonck, Secretary
Tom Blake, Trustee
Trish Davis, Trustee
Trish Davis has called Marquette home since May of 2015. She was elected as to the Board of Trustees of the Community Foundation of Marquette County in 2017, having previously served on the Marquette Area Committee. She continues to serve on that committee and is a member of the Annual Celebration Committee. As an attorney with Kendricks, Bordeau, Adamini, Greenlee, & Keefe, P.C., Trish focuses her practice in estate planning, business law, and probate administration. She earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science and in Legal Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Trish resides in Marquette with her husband, Steve, and their dog, Gatsby. She is active in the community, including serving on the Economic Club of Marquette County’s board.
Jim Hewitt, Trustee
Gloria LaPointe, Trustee
Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner and Partner with Cowell & LaPointe, PC; Superiorland Soccer Association Treasurer, Redeemer Lutheran Church volunteer in various capacities.