Dateline: NH, April 2018
MaryBeth Alosa Joins NHADA Board
MaryBeth Alosa, vice president at Patsy’s Inc. and New England Kenworth franchises, has joined the NHADA Board of Directors, filling a provisional seat until May when she expects to run for a regular, three-year term.
MaryBeth is carrying on an Alosa tradition of service to the NHADA, which began with her father, Joseph Alosa, Sr., and includes her brother, Joseph “Jay” Alosa, Jr., a past NHADA chairman.
A Boston University graduate, MaryBeth is also a graduate of the Paccar Institute of Managerial Leadership.
“I’m very much looking forward to working with the other (board) members in furthering automobile, trucking, and the related industries in the state,” she said.
“I’m hoping my years of being involved with heavy trucks and manufacturer relations will be an asset to the board, and I’m looking forward to working with the New Hampshire Automotive Education Foundation to promote our industries to upcoming generations.
MaryBeth is also a professional photographer specializing in horses and dogs and lives in Pembroke.
The Alosa family recently celebrated the 100 year anniversary of Patsy’s, as we noted in the November 2017 issue of Dateline: NH (see http://bit.ly/2IHDWWo online.) Additionally, Joseph Sr. is the 2018 Truck Dealer of the Year, one of only seven in the nation so nominated, and a candidate for the national distinction, learn more about the honor at http://bit.ly/2IG6Nuv.