Paul Louderback

Paul Louderback is co-founder of the Rox Diner, which he first opened in West Roxbury in 2007. His second location, on Walnut Street in Newtonville, is a popular Newton eatery and community gathering spot. With a degree in civil engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nation’s oldest technological university, Paul implemented the construction of roads and traffic intersections before …

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Michele Weinfeld

Michele Weinfeld lives in Newtonville with her husband, Larry, and 3 sons. Michele has been a volunteer Treasurer for Temple Emanuel Torah Fund Campaign, Solomon Schechter Day School Parent Association, Cabot School PTO and most recently Newton North High School PTSO.

Joy Huber

Joy Huber has been a Newtonville resident for 21 years. She is leading the effort to establish an area council for Newtonville.  She is married and her three children have attended Newton Public Schools.  She received her Ph.D. in economics from Boston University.  She has taught economics and worked as an economic analyst for several …

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Tim D. Stone

When he isn’t signing up new members for Beautiful Newtonville, Tim Stone heads Thought Leadership and public opinion research for Sun Life Financial. With fifteen years’ experience in public relations, he ran a financial and philanthropic research foundation for West Coast Money Manager Claude Rosenberg and started his career as a Merrill Lynch financial consultant. His …

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