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Terry Williams

 
Terry is currently president and chief operating officer at Keene Publishing Corp, with responsibilities for the company’s strategic planning; advertising, online and circulation sales; website and digital media; and new product development. Prior to joining the Sentinel, Terry was president and publisher of the Nashua Telegraph based in Hudson. He also held roles as assistant metro editor and managing editor at The Telegraph, where his career spanned nearly 25 years. He also oversaw McLean Communications Inc., owners of New Hampshire Magazine, New Hampshire Home, Parenting New Hampshire and New Hampshire Business Review.
 
Terry was the recipient of the 2015 Innovator Award from the New Hampshire Newspaper and Press Association. He was the 2013 recipient of the United Way of Greater Nashua’s Max Silber Award for Community Service; the Nashua Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Ronald Krause President’s Award for community service; a co-winner of the 2013 John Sias Award for service to Big Brothers Big Sisters; and the 2013 Journalist of the Year Award from the Nashua Police Athletic League. In 2012, he received Citizen of the Year from the Salvation Army. 
 
He lives in Amherst, New Hampshire, with his wife Julie, a retired teacher and tutor. They have two grown children, Christopher of Portland, Maine, and Heather of Windsor, Connecticut, and three grandchildren.