Jenna joined a team of experienced and delightful curators as the museum’s first director in 2019. She has worked in arts management and arts education for the last 30 years in the Berkshires.
Charlie has been a Crane Museum curator since 1996. Before his museum days, he worked at Crane for 42 years and seven months as a machine tender and a quality control technician. Charlie was a Seaman in the US Navy serving on the Richard E Kraus before joining Crane. Charlie held office in Knights of Columbus. He was also on National Ski Patrol, was a pilot, a dirt bike rider and a hunter.
Mary has been a Crane Museum curator since 2003. Before her museum days, she worked at Crane for 23 years in Human Resources and enjoyed her work in the mill offices. Mary is active with her church, local schools and politics. She is also known for making delicious banana bread.
Paul John ‘Gator’ Dupuis
John has been a Crane Museum curator since 2014. Before his museum days, he worked at Crane for 41 years and six months as a machine tender, night superintendent, maintenance manager for the currency mills and project manager for engineering. John has taught the Secret Service about the process of making genuine currency. John was a Sergeant in the Air Force as a canine handler before joining Crane. John is also a championship turkey caller. He spends his free time hunting and taking his grandkids fishing.
Mark has been a Crane Museum curator since 2018. Before his museum days, he worked at Crane for 38 years in Quality Assurance, working in all the mills on the various papers manufactured. Since retirement Mark and his wife Deb spend their winters in Delray Beach Florida. When home he loves spending as much time with his grandchildren as he can.
Crane Museum Historian Emeritus