Evelyn Carr-White and Luke P. Hilpert Elected to Chapel Restoration Board

The Chapel Restoration announces the election of Evelyn Carr-White and Luke P. Hilpert to its board of directors.

“Evelyn and Luke bring enormous talent and energy to our board. We look forward to working with them to expand our activities and our service to the community,” said board president Michael J. Armstrong.

Carr-White has been an actress and interior designer and, until recently, an active member of the Haldane PTA. She was a founder of the Neighborhood Association, Dumbo, Brooklyn, and multi-term president of a large condominium board. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with a BFA in acting and a graduate of Parsons School of Design, she resides in Cold Spring with her husband, playwright Sharr White, and their two sons.

Hilpert, a partner in The Hilpert Law Offices, Croton and Cold Spring, is a graduate of Hamilton College and holds a J.D. degree and certificate in environmental law from Pace University School of Law. He is a member of the board and corporate secretary of Hudson River Health Care, Inc. Luke, who is alumni liaison of the Hackley School, grew up in Garrison and is a resident of Cortlandt Manor.

The Chapel Restoration, a Greek Revival landmark in Cold Spring, is a prized venue for weddings and special events, and hosts the Sunday Music Series and Sunset Reading Series.

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