The Frank Monahan Foundation Board of Directors
Marshall Crane was a stand out basketball player for Coach Monahan and Bishop Brady High School from 1995-1998. Marshall help lead BBHS to the 1997 Class “I” State Basketball Championship. Through his hard work, Marshall earned a full athletic scholarship to Boston University. Marshall wanted to make a difference in his community much like Coach Frank Monahan did. Through hard work and determination, Marshall has made the Frank Monahan Foundation a respected Non-Profit Charity. Today, Marshall resides in New Hampshire with his wife and step son while working as the Director of Operations of TRADE and Porto restaurants in Boston, MA.
Vice-President of Frank Monahan Foundation
Jeremy Woodward was teammates of Marshall Crane at Bishop Brady High School. Jeremy came off the bench to always provide a spark whenever needed. Since graduation, Jeremy has gone through 2 heart transplants and has been truly an inspiration to the State of NH. Today, Jeremy lives a very active life with his wife and 3 children while having his own fitness company, Jeremy's Bootcamp while being heavily involved with Tedy's Team.
Jason Smith has been instrumental in the shape of New Hampshire Basketball. A born hustler and a true “gym rat,” Jason has helped transform Brewster Academy from the bottom of the basketball world to a 5-time National Basketball Champions. His tireless effort finding kids the right direction in life and helping them choose the right fit college, is why many big time college coaches advise kids to go to Brewster Academy to prep. Many feel that Coach Jason Smith is the modern day version of Coach Monahan. Jason currently resides in Wolfeboro, NH with his wife and son.
Son of Frank Monahan, Mike Monahan was his father’s man of the house. Mike was an all-state basketball player at Pembroke Academy before he went off to Plymouth State College to play hoops. Mike has been a fixture in NH Basketball for many years in helping develop many of his father’s players. Mike resides in Atlanta, GA with his wife and son.
Dale Crane was a loyal supporter of Frank Monahan for many, many years. Dale’s two children, Marshall and Mary Ellen, both attended BBHS. Dale could be seen at numerous sporting events cheering on the green and gold. A loving father, Dale trusted his children with the Monahan Family through academics and sports. Dale is a respected business man in NH and continues to support the local community of Concord, NH.
Secretary of Frank Monahan Foundation
Lucy Crane is known around NH has the “Southern Belle of the State.” A Mother to All that have come into contact with her, she is one to always put a smile on your face. Lucy Crane is the mother of Marshall and Mary Ellen Crane as well as the wife to Dale Crane. She has been very active in the community and a supporter of Frank Monahan. Lucy will advise on the Board of Directors as the Secretary.
Kelly Monahan Owen is the oldest daughter of Frank Monahan. She is the Art Teacher at Bishop Brady High School, the Varsity Field Hockey for 25 years along with holding roles as an Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball coach, Varsity and JV Lacrosse coach for several years. With Kelly's passion for today's youth, she will be great addition to the Frank Monahan Foundation Board of Director's. She currently resides in Concord, NH with her son Patrick.