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Jack Dunn
Jack DunnTrustee
John A. Dunn, Jr. and his wife, Patti, are both retired and live at Riverwoods in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Mr. Dunn is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wesleyan University (B.A., 1956) and of Harvard (Ed.M., 1970). After college, Jack spent two years in the U.S. Army, and then went to work for the Budd Company in Philadelphia, Detroit, Gary, and Buenos Aires. His last assignment at Budd was a four-year appointment as Vice-President and General Manager of Armetal, S.A.C.I., their manufacturing operation in Argentina.

Jack and Patti lived in Jackson, New Hampshire for 25 years. During that time, Jack was moderator of the Jackson Community Church, and chaired the capital campaign committee that added a new parish hall. He served on the Board of Fryeburg Academy in Maine, beginning in 1998, chairing two strategic planning committees.

Jack was Executive Director of the Mount Washington Observatory from 1996 to 1998. From 1992 through 1995, he served as President of Dean College, a two-year private institution in Franklin, Massachusetts. In the late 1980s, he founded HEDS, a 125-school data-sharing consortium, to assist colleges and universities in planning, assessment and management.

Mr. Dunn worked at Tufts University from 1969 through 1989 as Assistant to the President, Secretary to the Board of Trustees, and Vice-President for Planning. He was involved in campus planning, fund-raising planning, major curriculum overhaul, and long-term strategic planning; he also staffed key personnel searches for a new president and for several vice-presidents and school deans.

Jack has written and lectured on higher education topics and consulted with several colleges. He served on the governing boards of Dean College, Wesleyan University, the Association for Institutional Research, EDUCOM, and the Society for College and University Planning.

Jack joined the Mountain Top Music Center Board in 2001 and served as Board chair from 2007 to 2009. Jack led a capital campaign that gave the school its first permanent home and a small endowment.


The green “CONCERT SCHEDULE AND RESERVATIONS” button on this page will take you to a schedule of concerts. There is no need to sign in to view the schedule, but when you click “Add to Cart” to reserve seats, you will be asked to sign in with a user ID and password. If you have bought a concert ticket in the last several years, that info was emailed to you on or around April 26, 2018. If you have misplaced your info, click on “Forgot” and enter the primary email for your household (the one that receives concert directions and/or invoices from Mt Top). That address will then receive an email with your credentials (you may have to check your spam).  You can also call our office between 10 and 5  Monday through Thursday and we will give you your information. If you are a new user (never registered for a lesson, purchased a concert ticket, or recently donated to Mountain Top), you must create an account in order to purchase a concert ticket. You will receive email confirmation of your payment.

A few hints:

  • The Firefox browser is not supported, and the system is not optimized for mobile devices, although it may work OK on tablets.
  • To see concerts in chronological order, select Sort By Start Date in the upper-right corner of the listing screen.
  • Ignore any references to selecting a “pay plan.”

IMPORTANT: When making a credit card payment, please the note the check box below. If left unchecked, your credit card will be securely saved in our system, and will replace any card we currently have on file.


Please indicate any seating or other special requests in the “optional comments” section of the payment form. If you would like to be seated with other guests, please provide their names and we will do our best to seat you together.