President - Kelly Lynch

Kelly is a Kinesiologist at ptHealth in Rothesay, and a business owner in Quispamsis.  She is married to JD and has two children, Emma and Jake.  She is a Nova Scotia native but has lived in Quispamsis for over 20 years.  Kelly has a Physical Education degree from UNB Fredericton.  She started playing softball at the age of 7 and fell in love with the sport!  She traveled to Nationals in 1993 representing Team Nova Scotia.  Kelly is a past Canada Games Athlete and has coached children in the KV community for 14 years.  Kelly is a Softball New Brunswick Award winner including Female Coach of the Year and Volunteer of the Year.  Kelly is a level 2 certified coach and is an advocate for the Learn to Play Program for Softball New Brunswick.  Kelly was a member of the coaching staff for the 2017 New Brunswick Women's Softball Canada Games Team.


Vice President - Stacy Blois


Stacy joined the KVGSA board in 2013 in the Secretary role after coaching with the KV Girls Softball Association for a year.  Stacy lives in Quispamsis with her husband Jason and son Seth.  Stacy worked with the telephone company since 1987 in a variety of roles over the years and is now enjoying retirement!

Stacy is originally from Moncton and played in the Minor Baseball Leage as a child and then moved to the sport of softball.  She earned back to back Provincial titles and a silver medal at the Orthodox Nationals.

Stacy continued to play softball when she moved to Quispamsis, participating in the Saint John Ladies League until 2012 when she joined KV Girls Softball as a coach!  Stacy is thrilled to be giving back to the sport that has been such a huge part of her life.  Stacy strives to provide the girls in KV with an opportunity to be part of the fantastic game of softball!  She has completed her Level 2 coach training, and is awaiting certification, and has also become a trained Can Pitch instructor.


Technical Director - Claudine Sweeney

Claudine is co-founder of Simply For Life with her husband Bruce.  They started SFL as a home based business from the ground up and now have a network of over 40 clinics across Canada.  She is originally from Memramcook, NB and now lives in Darling’s Island with their 2 dogs.  She played competitive softball since the age of 12 and participated in various provincial, national and international competitions.  Claudine represented NB at the Canada Summer Games in 1989.  As a catcher, she played with the Memramcook-Notre Dame Athletics who went on to win NB’s first Junior Women’s Canadian Championship title in 1991.  That same year Claudine was selected at a national training camp to be a member of Team Canada at the World Junior Championships in Australia.  She continued her career in Vancouver and was a member of the White Rock Renegades Organization who participated in tournaments across the country and in California.  A two time Softball New Brunswick Hall of Fame Member, Claudine hopes to continue her participation in the sport she loves by sharing her knowledge and expertise to young girls in KV and continue to develop this amazing sport across the province.  She credits her dedication and discipline to the sport growing up, to the successes in life she has today.



Treasurer - Kelley Piercy

Kelley Piercy is originally from Quispamsis and while she did live away for many years, she eventually returned home to have her family. She is married to David and they are raising two sports-lovers, Erin and Wilson. Kelley was employed by J.D. Irving, Limited in the field of Human Resources for approximately 20 years and a few years ago, decided to stay home with her children.

Kelley's daughter started to play softball with KVGSA in its first year as an association. She has loved every minute of it and it has given Kelley the opportunity to get involved by helping to coach over the years as well as be a team manager. Kelley has completed her Level 2 coaching and is just awaiting her evaluation to become certified.  Their family looks forward to ball season every year!  


Executive Director - Sue Appleton-Elliott

Originally from Montreal, Sue now lives in Quispamsis with her husband Dale and daughters,

Shaw and Lake. She has been involved in softball playing since the age of 4, later coaching and umpiring, as well as some time playing hardball.  In her youth, Sue spent just as many years in the competitive ringette and hockey communities.  She attended university in Australia for 2.5 years, playing softball for her school team. 

Sue continues to enjoy time at the field playing slo pitch, as a proud softball Mom, a level 1 certified softball coach, and helping to coach the U14 Dynamite team.


KVGSA welcomes Sue to our Executive Board.


Secretary - Karen Parker


Karen Parker was born and raised in Quispamsis, only leaving to attend UNB Fredericton where she completed a Bachelor of Physical Education degree.  She is married to Greg and has 1 daughter Kate.  She is the Recreation Therapist at Carleton Kirk Lodge nursing home.

Karen started volunteering with KVGSA with the Learn to Play program for the 2014 and 2015 seasons.  In 2016, she took on a new role as Manager of the U12 Dynamite team.  She continued to manage a Dynamite team every season until 2019.  Karen also had the opportunity to be part of the planning committee for the U12 Atlantic Championships in 2017 and the U14 Eastern Canadian Championships in 2019.  She has just recently taken on a new role as Volunteer Coordinator for the 2020 season. 

Karen has enjoyed all of the opportunities that softball and KVGSA has provided her and her family and looks forward to seeing what the future holds.