Joe Roberto

Armando J. "Joe" Roberto Joe has been a resident of Etna since 1973.
He retired in 2005 after 34 years with the Army Corps of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC/CRREL).
During his career Joe lived and worked in Alaska, Europe and Saudi Arabia and received many awards to include the DeFleury Medal and two Meritorious Service Medals.

Joe believes in giving back to the community and over the years has served on the Etna volunteer fire department, the Hanover Parks and Recreation board and as Chairman of the Lebanon College Board of Trustees. He received the Hanover Volunteer Service Award in 1991.

Currently Joe is an active member of the Hanover Lions Club and Chairman of the Advisory Board of Assessors for the Town of Hanover.

Joe continues to reside in Etna with his wife Elizabeth who recently retired from the Tuck School of Business and is now an active member of the Upper Valley Community Band and manager of the pet visiting program for the Green Mountain Humane Society.

Joe looks forward to servicing the real estate needs of all his friends, and making new friends and colleagues in his 'second' career’.

Contact Joe Roberto Phone: 603-653-8255 Office 603-443-2019 Cell

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