Council on Aging

Mission Statement

The mission of the Rochester Council on Aging is to advocate and support the community's older adults, their families, and their caregiver's while promoting independent and positive lifestyles, in a welcoming and secure environment.

The Rochester Council on Aging, a department of the Town of Rochester, is dedicated to serving older adults and assisting their families and friends with aging issues. In cooperation with other organizations, the Council on Aging serves both elders who are well and those with some degree of frailty. Our professional office staff, both paid and volunteer, are at the Rochester Senior Center.


About Us

The Rochester Council on Aging is made up of nine citizens of the Town of Rochester who are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. To qualify as a senior citizen you must be age 59 or over. The Council on Aging meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9:00AM.

We welcome your questions and suggestions! 

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Cheryl Randall-Mach Council on Aging Director 508-763-8723 x203
Lorraine Thompson Outreach Coordinator 508-763-8723 x204
Edna Holstrom Receptionist 508-763-8723 x200
Connie Dolan Marketing, Social Media & Technology Coordinator 508-763-8723 x202
Bob Gulick Custodian 508-763-8723
Jim Dexter Custodian 508-763-8723
Brian Ouellette Custodian 508-763-8723
Mike Rocha Driver 508-763-8723
Barbara Francis Driver 508-763-8723
Norma Charest Driver 508-763-8723

Board of Directors

Name Title
Mike Cambra President
Gordon Helme Vice-President
Jackie Demers Secretary
Pauline Munroe Treasurer
Marjorie Barrows Member
Woody Hartley Member
Sue Norton Member
Marjorie O'Brien Member
Patricia Ryan Member