Our Staff

Arlene Piercey

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Arlene lives in Port Rexton and is married with two children and one grandson. She has been with us since 2007 and works as Manager of Guest Services & Book Keeper. Arlene’s outside interests include walking, hiking and gardening and spending time with family and friends. She looks forward to meeting new and returning guests the most and says she has the best co-workers!

Diane Rex

Diane Rex

Diane lived in Ontario for many years, returning to her beloved Newfoundland several years ago and currently calls Trinity home. She is mom to 5 amazing kids and grandmom to 2 beautiful little boys. In her position as Guest Server at the Eriksen Premises since 2011, Diane says she thoroughly enjoys her work. She enjoys the wonderful feeling of “meeting new people, serving them amazing meals, & then watching them smile and say thank-you.”

Norma's PicNorma Hodder

Norma grew up in the nearby community of Dunfield where she and her family continue to live. She is married with two sons and has worked with us since 2011. In the off season, Norma enjoys ski-dooing, playing cards, knock out darts and spending time with her family and friends. As Housekeeper for Bishop White Manor, Norma is committed to ensuring our guests have an enjoyable and comfortable stay and enjoys accommodating your requests. She looks forward to seeing return guests and meeting new ones.

Terry's PicTerry Marsh

Terry was born in Trinity Bight and returned to the area, along with his wife Barbara, in 2010 after serving 21 years with the Canadian Forces as a Navy Steward. Terry has been with us since 2012 and works as a Guest Server in Sophia’s restaurant. In the off-season, he enjoys cutting firewood, catching up on duties around the house and spending time with his extended family. Terry looks forward to seeing returning guests again this year and meeting new ones.

Barbara PicBarbara Marsh

Barbara was born in St. Lawrence on the Burin Peninsula and came to the nearby community of Trouty in 2010 from Victoria B.C. with her husband, Terry. In the off-season, Barbara enjoys visiting with family and friends, especially her grandchildren. Her hobbies include cross-stitch and playing in the local dart league. Barbara has been with us since 2012, and works as Assistant Manager of Guest Services. She loves meeting and interacting with our guests the most and looks forward to another great season.

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Katherine Marsh

Katherine is back with us in her position as Assistant Cook for her second season. She has lived in Old Bonaventure for the past 25 years but is originally from Clarenville. In her spare time she enjoys reading and getting together with her friends. She loves working in the kitchen and learning new recipes that she can help prepare for our guests.

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Dorothy Butler

As Housekeeping Manager, Dorothy (Dot) is eager to welcome our guests and ensure your needs are fully met. She has worked for us since 2007 and enjoys meeting new people and the camaraderie of her co-workers. Dorothy (Dot) was born and raised in the nearby village of English Harbour and lives in PortRexton. Married with three adult children and six grandchildren, Dot enjoys spending her spare time withher family, gardening and walking.

Sue McGrath

Bio coming soon

Shirley Hodder

Bio coming soon

Florence VokeyFlorence Vokey

Florence has been Housekeeper of the Eriksen Premises since 2008 but this year will find her serving breakfast to all of our guests and as Housekeeper of Kelly’s Landing.  Florence grew up and still lives in Trinity with her husband.

Geraldine Hookey

Bio coming soon

Judy Lander

Bio coming soon

Christine WhelanChristine Whelan

Born and raised in Trinity, Christine first envisioned restoring many of the village’s dilapidated properties over 20 years ago. She made that dream a reality when she opened the Eriksen Premises in 1993. Since that time, she has restored 4 other heritage properties which, today, are part of the Newfoundland Experience collection of Heritage Inns & Dining: My Trinity Experience and a vital part of the tourism industry in the Trinity area. After welcoming tens of thousands of travelers through her doors for over 20 years, Christine still enjoys greeting her many returning and first time guests!