Rev. Linda Hey

Rev. Linda Hey

Interim Pastor

Reverend Linda Hey is originally from New Hampshire, and currently living in Milford. As a child, she was raised in the Roman Catholic faith tradition. Rev. Hey has been a member of the United Church of Christ for all of her adult life. She has three fabulous adult sons – Jason, Adam, and Joshua, and a loving partner Dennis.Rev. Hey has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Notre Dame College, and a Master of Divinity degree from Andover Newton Theological School. She also received formal training for Intentional Interim Ministry.

Rev. Hey has served several churches in both Settled Pastor and Interim Pastor roles in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Conferences of the United Church of Christ.

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George Bozeman

Music Director and Organist

George Bozeman, a native of Texas, began piano lessons at age 6. He majored in organ at the University of North Texas in Denton, after which he apprenticed as an organbuilder in Austin, Texas. Later, he worked in Albany and Dallas, Texas, as an organbuilder before receiving a Fulbright Grant to study at the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria. On his return to the states he worked as an organbuilder in Andover, Massachusetts, before founding his own firm in 1971 at Lowell. The firm moved to Deerfield, New Hampshire, in 1976, and completed organ projects in over 20 states across the nation. Throughout his organbuilding career, George has also maintained a church music career, filling organist/choirmaster positions in Denton, Albany, and Dallas, Texas, and Woburn, Massachusetts, before coming to Pembroke. George has played recitals throughout the United States and in Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean, and Europe.

Diane Seabury

Diane Seabury

Administrative Assistant

Diane was born and raised in Nashua, NH, with 2 sisters, one of whom is her twin. She attended Nashua High School South, and the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. She received her Physical Therapy degree in 1991, and has been working in that capacity for over 25 years, in various settings. She played volleyball in high school and on a scholarship in college. Diane’s love of helping people, in addition to her organizational skills and experience in being a Director of both a Rehabilitation Department and a Physical Therapist Assistant Program, has led her to pursue an alternate but complementary career path as the part time Administrative Assistant at the Church. She is an avid downhill skiier, as well as a snowshoeing, camping, hiking, biking and kayaking enthusiast. When she is not outdoors, she is either reading or creating custom sugar cookies. She has coached 2 championship middle school robotics teams, and is currently mentoring a rookie high school First Robotics team at the Manchester School of Technology High School. She resides in Manchester with her husband of 25 years, her 3 teenaged boys, her 2 dogs and 2 cats.