Front Office Staff
1 King Street Ferry Dock, Burlington Vermont 05401
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Raymond C. Pecor, Jr.
President - Owner
Owner and President since day one, "Ray" is responsible for bringing baseball back to Burlington, after purchasing the Jamestown Expos from the Montreal Expos and relocating the club to Vermont for the 1994 season. In addition to the Lake Monsters, Ray is part owner of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, Triple A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies.
A member of the front office since 1994, Kyle started as an intern with the Vermont Expos, before being named General Manager in 1996. The New York-Penn League Executive of the Year in 1999, Kyle also served as General Manager of the Triple A Ottawa Lynx from 2000-2007, before returning to the Vermont Lake Monsters in 2009.
Executive Director of Sales & Marketing
Nate was promoted to Executive Director of Sales & Marketing on December 4, 2014 after holding the position of General Manager since November 9, 2009. A part of the organization since 2002, Nate was the team's Assistant General Manager 2007-2009 after holding positions such as Director of Ticket Operations, Merchandise Operations and Publication/Graphic Design 2002-2007. A 1998 graduate of St. Johnsbury Academy, where a two-time Vermont State Decathlon Champion, member of the 1997 Division One State Championship basketball team and a two-time captain of the Track and Field team. Also a 2002 graduate of University of Vermont's Self-Designed program where he focused on Advertising. Nate's career began in Australia during the 2000 Olympic Games, helping the USA Track and Field team on their way to gold.
Joe was named General Manager on December 4, 2014 after serving as Assistant General Manager since September of 2010. Joe first joined the Lake Monsters staff as a summer intern in 2008, returned for the final week of 2009 season to help renew season ticket holder packages and spent the summer of 2010 as a Group Sales Representative and gameday staff manager. He currently sits on the board of directors for Everybody Wins! Vermont, a reading mentorship program and is also the Chair of Membership & Development for the Burlington Young Professionals. In 2013, Joe was named a 'Rising Star' of 40 professionals under age 40 in the state of Vermont by Vermont Business Magazine. He graduated with honors from Colby-Sawyer College with a major in Business Administration and minor in History. Joe grew up in Colchester, Vermont, graduating from Colchester High School in 2005.
Assistant General Manager
Adam returned to the Lake Monsters in October 2015 as Assistant GM after spending the 2015 season in the ticketing department for the Houston Astros. Prior to his one season in Houston, Adam was the Lake Monsters Box Office Manager in 2012-13 and Director of Ticket Operations in 2014. He was also a 2008 summer intern for the Lake Monsters before go on to intern with the West Virginia Power and University of Akron Athletics Department. He graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a major in Sport Management in 2010 and then received his masters in Sport Management from West Virginia University. Adam is originally from Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Director of Media Relations
Paul has been the Lake Monsters Director of Media Relations since the team's first season in 1994. Paul graduated from Rice Memorial High School in 1985 and attended Asbury College (Wilmore, Kentucky) from 1985 to 1990. Paul also worked in the Athletic Communications Office at the University of Vermont during the 1990's and is still a member of the stat crew for UVM hockey and basketball games. Was inducted into the Vermont Principals' Association (VPA) Hall of Fame in 2010.
James joined the Lake Monsters as Head Groundskeeper for the 2013 season after holding the same position for the Williamsport Crosscutters in 2012 and serving as the Assistant Turf Manager for the Double-A New Hampshire Fishercats of the Eastern League in 2011. James grew up in Fletcher, Vermont and attended BFA-Fairfax (where he is currently a volunteer coach for the varsity baseball team) before graduating from the University of Maine at Farmington.