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Edward Scofield A.

Founding Member of the Board of Directors

Opus Berkshire Music Festival

Opus Berkshire Music Festival

Background Information

Employment History

Owner and President

Period Lighting Fixtures Inc

President of the Marketing Division

Garden Way LLC


Board Member
American Lighting Association

Member of the Board of Deacons
First Congregational Church

Board Member
Greylock ABC

Board Member
National Trust for Historic Preservation


Bachelor of Arts degree
Business Administration
University of Connecticut

Web References (8 Total References)

MountainOne / Press Releases

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The newly elected Corporators, who will serve ten-year terms, are James Art, Ann Marie Bartlett, State Representative Daniel Bosley, who was also elected a Trustee for a three-year term, Richard Palmisano II, Mireille Roy, and Edward Scofield.

Scofield is the retired owner and President of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc. Prior to that, he was President of the Marketing Division at Garden Way, Inc, in Troy, NY, where he worked for more than 20 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut. Scofield serves on the Board of Trustees for both the Norman Rockwell Museum and the Williamstown Art Conservation Center. He is a founding member of the Board of Directors for the Opus Berkshire Music Festival. And, he serves as a Director for Greylock ABC, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Direct Marketing Association, the American Lighting Association, and the Berkshire Chamber of Commerce. Scofield also serves as a Corporator for Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and is a member of the Board of Deacons for the First Congregational Church. He lives in Williamstown with his wife, Lynda, and has 2 children.

"To minimize glare without sacrificing ...

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"To minimize glare without sacrificing safety and convenience, two line-voltage (120V) lanterns on either side of the door, with low wattage bulbs, are preferable to one fixture with a high-wattage bulb," advises Ed Scofield, president of Period Lighting Fixtures in Clarksburg, Mass.

Marketing Strategy Consultant Albany NY develop small business growth - Direct Marketing

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Soldiers returning from WWII adopted his and Ed & Carolyn Robinsons' Have-More Plan and planted family gardens.

--Ed Scofield, co-President, Garden Way/ Troy-Bilt

Berkshire Eagle Online - Pittsfield:

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The newly elected corporators, who will serve 10-year terms, are James Art, an associate with Grinnell, Dubendorf & Smith, LLP; Ann Marie Bartlett, co-owner of the Red Carpet Restaurant in Adams; State Representative Daniel Bosley (who was also elected a trustee for a three-year term); Richard Palmisano II, president and chief executive officer of Northern Berkshire Healthcare; Mireille Roy, executive assistant to the vice president for Operations at Williams College; and Edward Scofield, retired owner and president of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.

Early American Life

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167 River Road
Clarksburg, MA 01247

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