Parks & Recreation Director

Matt Frazee

Matt grew up in Hartford, Vermont where he spent 9 years with the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department.  Matt’s background and experience includes Municipal Parks and Recreation, ice arena scheduling, sales, marketing, and promotion, coaching soccer and skiing, landscaping, property maintenance, and dairy farming.  Matt spends his free time with his wife Sarah and their three boys, Hayden, Harrison, and Holden and enjoys fishing, hunting, and most other outdoor activities.

Program Director

Kelli Millick

Kelli graduated from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania where she studied Parks and Recreation Management. She has a wide range of recreational experience from working for various team development courses in New Mexico, Pennsylvania & Virginia. Some of Kelli’s recreation activities include backpacking, kayaking, as well as being an avid rock climber. She and her husband, Andy, value the importance of exploring the outdoors and try to explore with their daughter as often as possible.

Parks Superintendent

David Danforth


Arena Superintendent

Tony Whitaker

Tony came to us from Hinesburg in 2007 following his career in landscaping and his service in the United States Navy. Currently, he lives in Stowe with his twin sons. Tony has been actively involved with Stowe Youth Hockey for years serving once as president and presently as a member of the board of directors. Although he spends countless hours at the rink and has been a serious hockey dad for over 7 years, Tony just recently began playing himself with the beginner group at Jackson on Monday nights. His boys, Cole and Dylan have been on skates since age 6 and currently play for Stowe Youth Hockey.

Arena Foreman

Steve Demeritt

Steve is a native of Stowe and has been a member of the fire department for over 20 years. As a life-long mechanic, he attended school in New Hampshire and worked in property management before joining us in 2004. If you are a fan of the Stowe Theatre Guild, you may recognize Steve from his appearance as the infamous and hilarious “Charles Dabernow Schmendiman” in the 2011 production Picasso.