Board Members

Luke MacGregor, President
Gridiron Brewing

Luke moved to Hampton from Nova Scotia with his family in 2015. A professional engineer by training and occupation, he started brewing shortly after graduation in 2005 - and several hundred test batches later in 2018 he opened Gridiron Brewing with his wife Heather Avery in their garage. The end goal has always been to open a taproom serving fresh local beers, and in 2021 this was achieved with a new location just down the road from the original brewery on main street.

Marcelle Bélanger, Past President

Marcelle has a degree in business administration with a major in electronic commerce and marketing.  She is part owner of a company which focuses on digital marketing and digital couponing for Consumer packaged goods companies ranging from small businesses up to Fortune 500 companies.  Marcelle has over 20 years experience in sales and marketing.

Marcelle is born and raised in Hampton.  While she doesn't work for a Hampton company, she works from her home in Hampton and believes it to be very important to support local and to give back to her community which she loves so much!
4810 Jean-Talon St. W
Montréal, Québec

Aaron Dyck, Vice President
Bovaird Telecom

Aaron is a seasoned veteran of the telephone industry. After a decade away from New Brunswick he returned home and started Bovaird Telecom. Aaron works with customers across Canada, but his real hope is to help New Brunswick companies start getting the most out of their business phones.

Aaron has a love of all things telephone and has a large collection of telephones and related memorabilia - including the very first phone book that the New Brunswick Telephone Company printed. His passion for telephones drives him to help people make the most out of Canada's phone network. With modern technology it is possible to have more resiliency and features than ever, and Bovaird Telecom will help local businesses realise this.

Aaron lives in Hampton with his wife, Megan, and their two dogs.
(506) 719-9991

Chris Moore

Chris D. Moore BBA, Treasurer
Security Holdings Ltd.

Principal, Security Holdings Ltd. - Financial & Life Insurance Advisor, Estate & Retirement Planner, Education Plan Specialist (RESPs).

A long time resident of Hampton, Chris started his career with Security Holdings Ltd. in 1998, Chris applies his acquired knowledge to assist his clients in achieving their financial goals.

He graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 1996 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a double concentration in Marketing and Finance

Chris firmly believes in giving back to the community, having served as Vice Chair with the Hampton Food Basket, as well as dedicating time to holding various coaching positions within the local Hampton Minor Hockey Association.

Chris, his wife Shonaugh, and two daughters, Amelia and Rebecca, reside in Hampton.

Security Holdings Ltd

Chris White

Chris White, Town Liaison
Town of Hampton

Chris began her career in telecommunications and later moved into the world of freelancing, working with non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs to grow their business. She initially joined the Town of Hampton on a small project... which grew! Today she coordinates economic development and tourism initiatives for the town, working with local businesses and industry partners to develop opportunities in our community. Chris was born and raised in Nova Scotia but made New Brunswick her home 30 years ago. She lives on the Kingston Peninsula with her husband and two sons. Chris is a passionate advocate of all things local and is delighted to share in the important work of the Chamber of Commerce!

Todd Beach

Todd Beach, Director
Town of Hampton

Todd Beach is a member of the Hampton Council and is Council’s representative on the Board of Directors of the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce. Todd was first elected to Hampton Council in 2014 and has had responsibility for Protective Services, Planning Advisory Committee, Tourism subcommittee and the Environment Committee during his tenure. Currently, Todd has responsibility for the Economic Development and Tourism and the Protective Services (Fire) portfolios.

Alison Mitchell, Director
Oasis Day Spa & Salon

Alison Mitchell moved her family to Hampton almost five years ago, and felt like it was a place were she could put down roots, and raise her family. Her spouse was born, and was raised in Hampton, so it was a natural fit.

Alison studied at Majestany Institute in Fredericton and has been in the industry since 2004 and specializes in manicures, pedicures, facials, waxing, nail enhancements, and chemical peels. When the pandemic hit, Alison decided that it was finally time to get a little more flexibility in her life, and decided to open her own business in Hampton. Oasis Day Spa & Salon opened in 2020, and Alison has been pampering her clients ever since.

She loves the town of Hampton, and is glad to call it home and raise a family here/ She is very excited to bring her passion for Hampton and small business to the Chamber.

Mike Caines, Director
Hampton Brewing Company

Mike Caines is a Certified Management Accountant with a Masters in Business Administration from UNB.  He is the Co-Owner of Hampton Brewing Company which opened their brewery/taproom May 2021.  He works as a Trader for Irving Oil Ltd.

Mike joined the Board of Directors of HACC in December of 2023. He feels it is a great opportunity to give back to the community and to stay up to date on what is happening in the business community.  In the past, Mike has also served as a Director of the Hampton Golf Course.  Mike lives in Hampton with his wife Crystal, their children Kaia and Edison and their dog Callie.

Hampton Brewing Company

Justin Sweeney, Director
Bubbles & Balms

Justin Sweeney, and his wife Judith, make up the cosmetics team behind Bubbles & Balms. Bubbles & Balms is a boutique cosmetics manufacturer that helps people caring for dry, sensitive skin find comfort and luxury in their bath, body, and personal care routines. Justin is also an independent consultant in the areas of community economic development and community finance, as this is where he has spent most of his professional life. He and Judith moved to Lower Norton from Alberta in 2018 to raise their family near nature and in their home province.

Kelci Goucher, Director

Kelci, a resident of Hampton since 2018, appreciates the warm hospitality characteristic of this small town and is eager to help with the impactful initiatives that the Hampton Chamber of Commerce has for our local community.

In the professional realm, Kelci brings to the table over 10 years in sales and marketing and is currently the proprietor of KelCreative, a Digital Marketing company. She directs her expertise towards serving small enterprises and specializes in strategy development, management of email campaigns, website creation, and the creating content for social media platforms.

Barry MacDonald

Barry MacDonald, Director
REMAX Professionals

Barry is a proud life - long resident of Hampton where he and his wife Mary raised 4 children and have 8 grandchildren.

He has been a Hampton Chamber member on and off since 1988.

Barry worked at the Hampton Save easy during high school (1977-1979) before becoming a Produce Manager with Sobeys (1979-1988). Barry and Mary opened the newly rebuilt Irving Convenience and Service Centre in Hampton (1988-1994) then known as “Hampton Auto and Convenience”, and in 1995 They became the first franchisees of the new Imperial Oil Tiger Express in Quispamsis commonly known as the “McEsso”, of which they operated for 10 years.

He enrolled in NBCC for 2 years full time and graduated with a Marketing Diploma in 2005 (with honors) Upon graduation he worked for Xerox Corp and was a Collections officer for the Canada Revenue Agency before becoming a REALTOR® in 2006, of which he has also spent 6 of the past 18 years with a second role as a Sales Manager. Barry served two terms as a director on the Saint John Real Estate Board and one term as a director of the Hampton Seniors Resource Center.

He takes pride in his community and looks forward to what the future holds for Hampton and how he can help contribute to its growth.


Mark Marshall, BBA CIRP LIT, Director
Allan Marshall & Associates Inc.

Mark Marshall is Licensed Insolvency Trustee and Vice President of Allan Marshall & Associates Inc., a licensed insolvency firm with office throughout the Maritimes, Alberta, and British Columbia, with a focus on consumer debtor issues.

A passionate hockey fan Mark is currently the acting vice president of Hampton Minor Hockey Association and Goaltending Technical Director and coach with the association.

Mark lives in Hampton with his wife Jessica and two children Ryder and Harlow.

Josh Adams

Josh Adams, Director
Lutz Parish Gerrish

Josh is a lawyer with Lutz Parish Gerrish in Hampton. The primary focuses of his legal practice are family law, criminal law, and helping people buy, sell, and refinance property.

Josh has lived in Hampton since 2017. He moved here to complete his articling year after graduating from Law School at UNB Fredericton. Being from PEI originally, he was impressed by how Hampton is such a welcoming and familiar community.

From when he first moved to Hampton, Josh did not delay becoming involved in the community. He is currently the outgoing President of the Rotary Club of Hampton and he chairs the Town of Hampton’s Economic Development and Tourism Committee. He also sits on the Board of Directors of the Dr. V.A. Snow Centre Inc, a local nursing home. Outside Hampton, Josh serves on the Board of Directors of the Saint John Law Society. He has consistently served in a mentoring role to law students and articling clerks at every opportunity.

Josh sees volunteering his time and talents in the greater Hampton community – and beyond – as a fulfilling way to make a positive impact in the community, inspire others, and make lasting connections.

Christina Campbell Murray RDH, Director
Ole Foggy Distillery & Gift Shop 

Christina spent her childhood growing up in Hampton. Even though she moved away for a few years she came back to settle down in her home town.

Christina is a professional dental hygienist and has worked in dentistry for  many years.

Her and her husband Aaron opened Ole Foggy Distillery in 2021 and haven’t looked back.  They love to support local as much as possible and showcase local artisans in the retail store. They also like to give back to the local community with fundraiser events and more.

Christina feels being a part of the Hampton Area Chamber Of Commerce is a great way to give back to the community.

Susan Rourke, Director
The Barn in Bloomfield

Susan moved to Hampton in 1987 to take a teaching position at Hampton Junior High school. She completed her enjoyable but challenging teaching career from Hampton High School June 2019.

Susan’s husband Brent opened a woodworking business in 1996 from their home in Hampton. Susan has been a supporting partner in Brent Rourke Cabinetmaker Inc. ever since. In 2007 they moved to Bloomfield to a larger shop and retail space, The Barn in Bloomfield. They specialize in fine wood craft, fine furniture and custom fine cabinetry. A third partner, son, Ben Rourke joined the business in 2015. The business is continuing to grow and enter new markets.

Susan has been an avid supporter of small business, as well as many community events and initiatives over the years.