The Rotary Club of Bedford proudly announces its welcome of two new members to its ranks. 

In the June 4th ceremonies during the club’s year-end transitional gathering at the home of Co-President Al Roscoe and his wife and Rotarian Diane Ryan, Bedford residents Lita Verrier and Pamela Brown Esq. were inducted into membership.

Alongside Al Roscoe, Co-President Ralph Hammond officiated the inductions. They were joined by Rotarian Paula Gilarde, Lita’s club sponsor. 


Lita Verrier, a 23-year resident of Bedford, is a principal attorney with a Boston law firm. Saying that she’s “scaling down and looking for more enriching and fulfilling opportunities,” Lita reached out to Bedford Rotary. Charitable and non-profit work is in her background, including Neighbor Brigade and Rosie’s Place. After attending several weekly club meetings and participating in the Hope for the Hungry meal-packing, her desire to become a member was solidly confirmed.

Pamela Brown, Esq., is a lifelong Bedford resident and also an attorney. She follows in the Rotary footsteps of her father, Nathaniel K. Brown, a 65-year club member who passed away in February. Pam, who is President of Brown & Brown, PC in Bedford, while not a member until now, has been amongst the Rotary family her entire life. She’s frequently joined club members in social gatherings, many of which were organized and hosted by her father, then the club’s Social Chair. It’s not unlikely that Pam may fill those shoes too.

Our Rotary family is excited that Lita and Pamela have brought their passions, energy and expertise to the Rotary Club of Bedford.